Acts of the imagination are devoted to being all that you can be and bringing that to whatever you can imagine. This one helps you design and celebrate a rite of passage. It can be for a death or a meditation or an out-of-body experience.
There are three records of involvement with the rite of passage. Two email messages and several graphic visions. For the first two vision records see the first page in the vision record series. This is the second page in the vision series.
Vision record three
I, Caroling, am the third (and last) person recording visions as an example in this series. My record covers the transition from day 1 to day 8. Day 3 the spirit was encouraged to venture forth from the body, that is the time of the ceremony. On day 8, the body was cremated. I was involved for all seven days.
Get guidance and act on it, day 1
On the five-year anniversary of the first day after Ozro's death I became aware of the need to perform the ceremony. We needed to move the body virtually from the mortuary to a sacred cave. Here is a stone dome. Imagine a cave within.From then on, I helped keep watch at the entrance.
Invite participants, day 2
I prepared a transition Web page describing the ceremony and invited the participants.
Ceremony for spirit leaving body, day 3
The day of the ceremony--meditation.
Color healing with cave, day 4
I felt the ceremony was a success. However, I needed to continue vigil until the eighth day after death, the cremation. I created a color healing and added the cave image as a tribute to the process. Later it was great to hear the visions of others and see how they matched or complemented my own yesterday.
For information on generating your own color healing, see the color weather page.
Cave appears in the mountains, too, day 5
Cave appears in the mountains. Medium size (40K) or large size (80K) graphic.
Mist spirit emerges from mountain cave, day 6
Mist spirit emerges
and morphs . See a QuickTime
movie of the morph.
Color cycling the cave day 7
Cremation, day 8
A moment before takeoff .