Thoughts on metaphysical beliefs in today's society by Grace Augustine
According to Dictionary.com, here is the definition for metaphysics:
"The branch of philosophy that deals with the first principals of things, including abstract concepts, such as being, knowing, substance, cause, identity, time, and space."
In today's blog post, I want to touch on the subject of "knowing"...which will include having sixth sense, experiencing deja'vu, and dream synchronicity.
We've all had times when we are speaking with someone or we visit a particular place and think, "Hmmm, I've been here or heard this or experienced this before." My thoughts are that we probably have experienced it before. Our brains and our bodies are such unique creations. We are just beginning to scratch the surface of what our minds are capable of.
Some dreams we have are so real that we want to live them over and over. Some dreams we have come to fruition. Our subconscience is a funny thing. It allows us to be aware, yet it's almost as if our imagination takes over, influencing our actions. I'm a believer in dream synchronicity because I've experienced it many times in my life. I will dream one night and a few days later it will happen, or I have the feeling of deja'vu.
This very thing happens to Darla in A Soul's Kiss, the first book of my Diva to the Guides series. A Soul's Kiss is filled with dreams, energetic transfers and feelings, and synchronicity that makes you smile.
Here's an excerpt:
Moonlight streamed through the open slits in the curtains, dimly illuminating the room. He was there...his gentle hand caressed her shoulder. She couldn't see him, but the essence of his energy filled her senses. He slowly lay down beside her. The warmth of his outstretched body set every fiber of her on fire.
Soft lips gently, sweetly covered hers in a light as a feather kiss, leaving her heart pounding with passion. She wanted more...and just at that moment, as if he read her thoughts, the strength of his kiss deepened. She melted into him. She felt his very soul...
"Darla! Darla! Darla, wake up!"
Karan shook Darla until she sat upright on the bed.
Darla ran her tongue over her teeth trying to rid the morning mouth she felt. She moaned, laid back down, and pulled the covers over her head.
"Alright! Alright! Good grief, Karan, where's the fire?"