I feel as though I have transformed into a piece of rubber that has been stretched beyond measure. My face appeared as though it has been pulled and tugged on like a piece of silly putty. As I observed my body as an outsider, I started to lose all focus on reality. Suddenly, there was a great distance between me and the class members. The instructor’s voice continued to rise, as though his voice was on a pedestal. I tried to keep my head held high. I found myself constantly adjusting my posture. All the while, the image of my self iappeared as if I was sitting tall and still. I started to lose all control of my body. I started to wonder if my mouth was open. Or if I was drooling. After awhile, I couldn’t even tell where I began and the floor started. It was as if we were one. I started to feel dizzy. My body was going crazy! I was still focusing, on my tasks, but I had to reassure my brain that everything was going to be okay. I said a pray and I felt my body come back under control. My senses were back, and I could feel that my leg was completely numb. I could not even wiggle my toes when I told them too. It was a scary feeling. The instructor’s voice was very soothing. I was completely relaxed. I loved the meta meditation exercise.
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