Journey Through Time - Mesa II
Jul 08, 2007
A little later we went to a city of the ancient Sican civilization. On the highest pyramid in the middle of the forest, I could feel and see energy flowing from the earth up to the sky. The surrounding sound of the insects confirmed that this place was like a battery, charging all living beings in the surroundings, elevating our energy enabling us to experience a truer picture of reality. It was truly and simply mind blowing to be there and being able to validate what I was feeling with the others of my group! This was a significant step in connecting to the true nature of reality.
Our second journey was near Tucume at a place called Bosque de Pumac. This second mesa was focused on the element Earth and Communion. After a crazy series of synchronicities we arrived at Bosque de Pumac, a protected area where we found a gigantic tree of more than 1000 years old. I spent a good 2h on and off the tree, caressing, admiring, connecting and healing it as I felt fit. It fed me of love energy that I returned back with my best possible intentions, creating a symbiosis of powerful energy exchange. As consciously and delicately as I could, I was moving on it drunk by its intense energy... so much that the others had to pull me out of there . Before I left, I asked the tree if I could do anything else for it. It asked me to install 2 signs on the road nearby for cars to slow down. Although there was no heavy traffic, the locals drove like mad man on this dirt road, honking often for some unknown reasons. I could not believe at first that the tree was actually talking to me but as I got to trust my intuition, it explained to me that this would make this area calmer which would better for it being so old as well as for the people connecting with the tree. Hence, a calmer area would be more fruitful for better energy exchange, hence a deeper communion, the very purpose of our mesa. I later communicated this vision to the park ranger who seemed very open to the idea... time will tell if he will act, but I felt my job completed.