My hypersensitivity to various energy fields
(Last of two parts)
My sensitivity to various types of invisible energy is not limited to electricity or electromagnetic field. It extends to Xrays, which is “a form of electromagnetic, radiation, as radio waves, infrared radiation, ultraviolet radiation and microwaves.”
I remember the time I had to undergo a panoramic Xray of my teeth, which I had never done before. Since chest Xrays during routine laboratory medical examinations never had any adverse effect on me, I readily consented to the process.
Wrong decision! I didn’t know that panoramic Xray of the teeth took 12 seconds of Xray radiation exposure, not just one or two seconds. I told the dentist about my sensitivity to electricity and electromagnetic field, but she told me not to worry, because the Xray radiation is very low and that they have never had any adverse reaction from any patient before.
As the Xray machine slowly rotated from one side of my mouth to the other, I felt very uncomfortable, but kept quiet. Halfway into the procedure, I felt like blacking out and told the dentist about my discomfort. She said, “Just a few seconds more.”
When the procedure was finished, and as I got up the chair, I suddenly collapsed and fell on the floor, unable to move or say anything. But I was conscious or aware of what was happening.
All the five dentists and assistants at the clinic rushed toward me, but were unable to do anything.
My eyes were closed all the time, but I could see all of them and their facial expressions of fear, apprehension, surprise and helplessness.
Then somebody gave me something to drink. I woke up or, should I say, was able to move again.
The dentists said that was the first time they ever witnessed such a reaction to a panoramic Xray from a patient.
One doctor called my sensitivity to any form of electricity or magnetism “idiopathic.” That didn’t sound very flattering. The doctor explained that the word means a reaction which is peculiar to the individual or which does not have a known cause. In other words, there’s no medical, logical or theoretical explanation for such a reaction.
What are some of the reactions I experience with such subtle energies? Usually I collapse in a trance or an altered state of consciousness. But I do not remember a case where I lost consciousness. I just couldn’t move or talk, but I was always aware of what’s happening around me. Sometimes I would feel I was going out of my physical body.
Some of the things that take place when this happens to me are as follows: I am able to channel or communicate messages from the spirit world, heal the people around, give advice or even speak in a foreign language.
Speaking in tongues
Many years ago, I remember being in the house of spiritual healer Jun Labo and his Japanese wife, Yuko Narukawa, in Baguio City. We just had late dinner and were chatting in the living room. All of a sudden, I went into a trance and fell on the floor. In hindsight I think what triggered it was that I held the perfect quartz crystal ball displayed on the coffee before us. As I lay helplessly on the floor, I spoke in Japanese, a language I am not familiar with.
Yuko explained to me later that I gave her a message in prefect Japanese. That was the first time I spoke a foreign language while in a trance. Such a phenomenon is called “speaking in tongues,” which is one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit, according to St. Paul in I Corinthians in the Acts of the Apostles. Technically it is called “glossolalia.”
On another occasion, while in a trance in the office, I predicted the coming of a big typhoon and asked everybody to prepare for it. A few days later, Typhoon “Ondoy” struck.
A reclining life-size wooden statue of Christ in Pampanga, called Apo Makalulu, which is considered miraculous by its devotees, put me into a trance while standing near its feet as the devotees were praying before it.
I asked mentally, “If you are real, show me a sign.”
Suddenly, the half-opened eyes of Jesus moved from one side toward the other. It stared at me, and as our eyes met, I fell into a trance.
I also gave a message to the people. Everything I said in that trance came true, according to Riza Lim, who had asked for the statue to be brought to her wellness center.
Why all these happen to me, I don’t know. I am not a particularly religious person, but I have deep respect for all religions.
I hope someday the reasons for such trances and idiopathic reactions to subtle energy will be shown to me, for nothing happens without a cause.
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