Drunvalo Melchizedek – Meeting the Angels
While in Vancouver, my wife and I decided we wanted to know about meditation, so we started studying with a Hindu teacher who lived in the area. We were very serious in wanting to understand what meditation was about. We had made white silk robes with hoods and were very serious about this new endeavor we had begun.
Then, one day, after practicing meditation for about four or five months, two tall angels about ten feet high appeared in our room! They were right there. One was green and one was purple. We could see through their transparent bodies, but they were definitely there. We did not expect this appearance to take place. We were just following the instructions that our Hindu teacher was giving us. I don’t believe he fully understood as he kept asking us many questions and he didn’t seem to understand either. From that moment on, my life was never the same. It wasn’t even close.
The first words the angels said were, “We are you.” I had no idea what they meant. I said, “You’re me?” Then, slowly they began to teach me various things about myself and the world, and about the nature of consciousness … until finally my heart just completely opened to them. I could feel tremendous love from them which totally changed my life.
Over a period of many years, they led me to about seventy different teachers. They would actually tell me the address and the phone number of the teacher I was to go see. They would tell me either to call first or just show up at his or her house. So I would do this — and it would always be the right person! Then I would be instructed to stay with that person for a certain length of time.
Sometimes, right in the middle of a particular teaching, the angels would say, “Okay, you’re done. Leave.”I remember when they sent me to Ram Dass. I hung out in his house for about three days wondering what the heck I was doing there; then one day I went to touch him on the shoulder to say something and I got a zap that practically knocked me on the floor. And that was it — the angels said, “That’s it. “You can leave now.” And I said, “Okay.” Ram Dass and I became friends, but whatever I was supposed to learn from him was over within that one second.
The teachings of Neem Karoli Baba, Ram Dass’s teacher, are very important to me. It was his belief that “the best form to see God is in every form”. I’ve also been exposed to Yogananda’s work and cherish who he was. And later we’ll be talking about Sri Yukteswar and some of his work. I’ve been intensely involved in almost all the major religions. I’ve resisted the Sikhs, because I do not believe that military preparation is necessary, but I’ve studied and practiced almost all the rest of them, Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist. I’ve deeply studied Taoism & Sufism — spent eleven years with Sufism. Through all this, the most powerful teachers for me, however, have been the Native American Indians. It was the Indians who opened the doorway for all my spiritual growth to take place. They’ve been a very powerful influence in my life.
All the world’s religions are speaking of the same Reality. They have different words, different concepts and ideas, but there’s really only one Reality, and there’s only one Spirit moving through all life. There might be different techniques to get there, but there’s only that is real, and when you’re there you know it. Whatever you want to call it — you can give it different names — it’s all the same thing.
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