How do you know that you are a wanderer?
01-05-2018, 08:48 PM,
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How do you know that you are a wanderer?
I know RA gave some insights into wanderers, but what are some other tell-tale signs that you are a wandering?

I feel like i've been seeking my entire life, ever since i was young (maybe 10).

My journey started with my upbringing in Christianity. I've always felt that i wanted to serve God, but i always felt something wasnt right. The christian teachings always drove me nuts, because it didnt make much sense. At the same time, I was always interested in "The Universe" and astronomy. My seeking always branched out in 2 paths - 1 through logical means by way of science, and 1 by spiritual means through religion. I always told people i wanted to be a scientist or astronomer when i grew up.

At some point, i started researching Islam and felt that this made more sense than Christianity. I felt that Islam and Judaism were closest to the religion of God, and so i went with Islam - but i always felt odd about all the weird rules and regulations placed in the Quran. I was also at odds with the extremists that we see today and the way the muslims treated women.

Then, in 2012 i had a revelation - my first peak into the spiritual/metaphysical realm when i started reading NDE stories. I just had this hunger for more information - read Edgar Cayce, Dr Michael Newton's books, Delores Cannon.

It wasn't until this year in which i feel like i found the last piece of the puzzle - the LOO material.

I've always been somewhat benevolent, but i dont quite feel like a wanderer right now. Over the last 4-5 years, i've have pain killer addiction issues, and still do. I dont feel balanced at all, and i know i need to do something about it. My heart chakra use to be wide open, but i definitely feel like its blocked, because before i use to be a very social person but am somewhat of a hermit, right now. I know wanderers dont like having kids, but I do, so i'm not sure what that means.

So at this point, i dont know what to make of myself. Am I a wanderer? I have this constant hunger for more knowledge, but i have seemed to fallin into this trap.
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01-05-2018, 09:01 PM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
You may find some considerations here:

What if You are a Wanderer...
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01-05-2018, 09:10 PM,
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(01-05-2018, 09:01 PM)Diana Wrote:  You may find some considerations here:

What if You are a Wanderer...

I appreciate the link. To be honest, i have always felt a sense of alone-ness. It was more of a sense of rejection, though. I'm normally a very social person, and i make every effort to be social but in the end, i will have this sense of loneliness and rejection. I've somewhat interpreted this as maybe im just not as attractive as the other people? I never thought feeling this way had anything to do with being a wanderer. I remember at an early age, i wanted to be the class clown - i wanted to make people laugh.
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01-06-2018, 07:27 AM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
(01-05-2018, 08:48 PM)johncarson698 Wrote:  I know RA gave some insights into wanderers, but what are some other tell-tale signs that you are a wandering?

I feel like i've been seeking my entire life, ever since i was young (maybe 10).

My journey started with my upbringing in Christianity. I've always felt that i wanted to serve God, but i always felt something wasnt right. The christian teachings always drove me nuts, because it didnt make much sense. At the same time, I was always interested in "The Universe" and astronomy. My seeking always branched out in 2 paths - 1 through logical means by way of science, and 1 by spiritual means through religion. I always told people i wanted to be a scientist or astronomer when i grew up.

At some point, i started researching Islam and felt that this made more sense than Christianity. I felt that Islam and Judaism were closest to the religion of God, and so i went with Islam - but i always felt odd about all the weird rules and regulations placed in the Quran. I was also at odds with the extremists that we see today and the way the muslims treated women.

Then, in 2012 i had a revelation - my first peak into the spiritual/metaphysical realm when i started reading NDE stories. I just had this hunger for more information - read Edgar Cayce, Dr Michael Newton's books, Delores Cannon.

It wasn't until this year in which i feel like i found the last piece of the puzzle - the LOO material.

I've always been somewhat benevolent, but i dont quite feel like a wanderer right now. Over the last 4-5 years, i've have pain killer addiction issues, and still do. I dont feel balanced at all, and i know i need to do something about it. My heart chakra use to be wide open, but i definitely feel like its blocked, because before i use to be a very social person but am somewhat of a hermit, right now. I know wanderers dont like having kids, but I do, so i'm not sure what that means.

So at this point, i dont know what to make of myself. Am I a wanderer? I have this constant hunger for more knowledge, but i have seemed to fallin into this trap.

A fascinating journey thank you for putting it out there or should I say here Wink

Devil is in the detail is a saying.. the answers you want will come but the parodox that more open to love in this moment more everything reveals itself just not always how you expect it or when.. and the humour it doesn't really matter.. the more open to the moment you are.
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01-06-2018, 08:14 AM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
Cuz we read the Ra material.
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01-06-2018, 12:26 PM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
Hey John, thanks for sharing.

I have a question for you: what would it feel like to be a wanderer?

Many wanderers have issues with substance abuse. I believe this is because we're used to a much clearer, cleaner, obvious experience of unity, and this is a gratification we miss.

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01-06-2018, 12:43 PM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
The material gives good hints toward enabling a seeking to lift or pierce one's veil. It is the sole thing disabling anyone to perceive themselves as what they are (love/light born spirit of One).

In the idea of infinity, acceptance of all the potentials the mind can think of is required for a balanced union with what is seen of infinity
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01-06-2018, 04:37 PM,
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I believe a Wanderer is anybody who is expressing the deepest yearning for awakening, in some way

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01-14-2018, 12:04 PM,
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(01-06-2018, 12:26 PM)rva_jeremy Wrote:  Hey John, thanks for sharing.

I have a question for you: what would it feel like to be a wanderer?

Many wanderers have issues with substance abuse. I believe this is because we're used to a much clearer, cleaner, obvious experience of unity, and this is a gratification we miss.

I appreciate everyone's response on this. I'm not sure what a wanderer should feel like. Just curious if anyone else had insight.

I think the substance abuse itself has really opened my eyes. Before, i use to have a straight and narrow view and didn't understand how people could do some of the things they do. Afterwards, i realized that anyone can get to a point of killing, stealing, etc if given the right stimulus. I did not get to the point, but i started questioning myself because i began losing control over my own will. I kept asking myself "This is not the person that i am. Why do i keep doing this?"
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01-14-2018, 06:44 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-14-2018, 06:44 PM by Cainite.)
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
(01-14-2018, 12:04 PM)johncarson698 Wrote:  
(01-06-2018, 12:26 PM)rva_jeremy Wrote:  Hey John, thanks for sharing.

I have a question for you: what would it feel like to be a wanderer?

Many wanderers have issues with substance abuse. I believe this is because we're used to a much clearer, cleaner, obvious experience of unity, and this is a gratification we miss.

I appreciate everyone's response on this.  I'm not sure what a wanderer should feel like.  Just curious if anyone else had insight.

I think the substance abuse itself has really opened my eyes.  Before, i use to have a straight and narrow view and didn't understand how people could do some of the things they do.  Afterwards, i realized that anyone can get to a point of killing, stealing, etc if given the right stimulus.  I did not get to the point, but i started questioning myself because i began losing control over my own will.  I kept asking myself "This is not the person that i am. Why do i keep doing this?"

In my experience using marijuana can be of benefit. but abusing it is is not.
I mean if you use it like in rituals and not so often it may help a lot.
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01-29-2018, 08:26 PM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
(01-14-2018, 06:44 PM)Cainite Wrote:  
(01-14-2018, 12:04 PM)johncarson698 Wrote:  
(01-06-2018, 12:26 PM)rva_jeremy Wrote:  Hey John, thanks for sharing.

I have a question for you: what would it feel like to be a wanderer?

Many wanderers have issues with substance abuse. I believe this is because we're used to a much clearer, cleaner, obvious experience of unity, and this is a gratification we miss.

I appreciate everyone's response on this.  I'm not sure what a wanderer should feel like.  Just curious if anyone else had insight.

I think the substance abuse itself has really opened my eyes.  Before, i use to have a straight and narrow view and didn't understand how people could do some of the things they do.  Afterwards, i realized that anyone can get to a point of killing, stealing, etc if given the right stimulus.  I did not get to the point, but i started questioning myself because i began losing control over my own will.  I kept asking myself "This is not the person that i am. Why do i keep doing this?"

In my experience using marijuana can be of benefit. but abusing it is is not.
I mean if you use it like in rituals and not so often it may help a lot.

I've always KNEW that this 'reality' as people here call it, is not even close to all that there is. As a child, I was very interested and obsessed with ghosts, spirituality, afterlife, reincarnations, out of body experiences...all the metaphysical stuff. I have never felt like i 'fit in.' I spent a lot of energy trying to fit in, trying to mimic others around me, desiring the same objects, appearance, everything...to the point where it spiraled down to a deep depression as I had no idea who I was. I went through this major identity/existential crisis when I was in high school (2012-2016), up to the end of 2016.

I was different, but I did not know why or how.
I was very old but very young at the same time, and basic human concepts such as money, society, relationships...did not make sense to me (and it still really doesn't).

and then, I started meditating beginning of 2017. And I can say that not only it pulled me out of depression/anxiety, it has helped me to find the key to 'me.'
I am still on the journey to remembering and will be until my body dies on earth, but I have realized that I incarnated on earth to help others go through this major transformation from 3d to 4d, by radiating love to everything I encounter and think about. Even before coming across the Law of One, I began to see everything as love and light, from the air that surrounds all of us, to static objects, to people and all living/breathing organisms.

I believe that conscious giving of love is very powerful and it goes a long way to raising the vibration of people around me, as well as earth.
I am truly blessed to be here at this great period of time, and I know I will treasure this earth experience infinitely.
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01-29-2018, 09:27 PM,
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RE: How do you know that you are a wanderer?
(01-29-2018, 08:26 PM)risa369 Wrote:  
(01-14-2018, 06:44 PM)Cainite Wrote:  
(01-14-2018, 12:04 PM)johncarson698 Wrote:  
(01-06-2018, 12:26 PM)rva_jeremy Wrote:  Hey John, thanks for sharing.

I have a question for you: what would it feel like to be a wanderer?

Many wanderers have issues with substance abuse. I believe this is because we're used to a much clearer, cleaner, obvious experience of unity, and this is a gratification we miss.

I appreciate everyone's response on this.  I'm not sure what a wanderer should feel like.  Just curious if anyone else had insight.

I think the substance abuse itself has really opened my eyes.  Before, i use to have a straight and narrow view and didn't understand how people could do some of the things they do.  Afterwards, i realized that anyone can get to a point of killing, stealing, etc if given the right stimulus.  I did not get to the point, but i started questioning myself because i began losing control over my own will.  I kept asking myself "This is not the person that i am. Why do i keep doing this?"

In my experience using marijuana can be of benefit. but abusing it is is not.
I mean if you use it like in rituals and not so often it may help a lot.

I've always KNEW that this 'reality' as people here call it, is not even close to all that there is. As a child, I was very interested and obsessed with ghosts, spirituality, afterlife, reincarnations, out of body experiences...all the metaphysical stuff. I have never felt like i 'fit in.' I spent a lot of energy trying to fit in, trying to mimic others around me, desiring the same objects, appearance, everything...to the point where it spiraled down to a deep depression as I had no idea who I was. I went through this major identity/existential crisis when I was in high school (2012-2016), up to the end of 2016.

I was different, but I did not know why or how.
I was very old but very young at the same time, and basic human concepts such as money, society, relationships...did not make sense to me (and it still really doesn't).

and then, I started meditating beginning of 2017. And I can say that not only it pulled me out of depression/anxiety, it has helped me to find the key to 'me.'
I am still on the journey to remembering and will be until my body dies on earth, but I have realized that I incarnated on earth to help others go through this major transformation from 3d to 4d, by radiating love to everything I encounter and think about. Even before coming across the Law of One, I began to see everything as love and light, from the air that surrounds all of us, to static objects, to people and all living/breathing organisms.

I believe that conscious giving of love is very powerful and it goes a long way to raising the vibration of people around me, as well as earth.
I am truly blessed to be here at this great period of time, and I know I will treasure this earth experience infinitely.
I have felt the same in many instances. That I was old, yet somehow young. I would completely agree with your statement: conscious giving of love goes a long way to help people. You may never see it or know the effects you have. However the conscious giving of Love is beyond any invention, change in societal structure, or work. In its ability or potential rather, to help others.

Now there are exceptions In every instance. However I believe if the Ra material landed in your life. Especially if brought to it on your own, through synchronstic events. There is a very high chance your a wanderer.
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