> I would to hear what you mght make of this....
> In the mid-1990s I visited Sai Baba's ashram, the now deceased
> Indian guru or whatever - depending on whom you speak to about
> While there for a few days I became rather obsessed with
> getting an 'interview' with him, which was totally unexpected.
> After a variety of paranormal things occurred, I left feeling
> very pissed off, because that did not happen.
> However, on the way out of the ashram I scooped a stone that
> was under a large banyan tree. In case it matters, I'm pretty
> sure the stone was granite. The stone had a nice
> rectangular-cubic shape, and I felt an urge to take it even
> though at the time I had was heavily into reununciation mode,
> determined to have noting to do with Sai Baba ever agin...
> After a long sulking drive to Bangalore on that sunny Boxing
> Day, I found a hotel and toured the downtown area. At some
> point I took the stone out of my money belt and checked it out.
> For some reason I decided to keep it in my left hand, and kept
> it there as it felt oddly good to hold.
> What followed was a pleasant sensation, where I felt the stone
> stabilizing me and a curious energy that extended initially
> from my hand all the way up my left arm. This felt so good
> that for the entire evening, over a period of a few hours, I
> would not let the stone go. I only finally did when it was
> time for bed. And I have never felt the same sensation holding
> that rock since.
> So here is my question.
> Can we determine if the rock exuded some sort of energy;
> Or, if my internal nervous system was somehow altered, in terms
> that encouraged this association?
> In other words, if the second interpretation is correct, the
> stone has nothing to do with what I experienced, at all.
> I could have been made to feel the same sensation anywhere
> independently of external stimuli (a possibility that may
> eventually usurp both the pornography and night club