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Amazing euphoric feelings...
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August 8, 2012
9:05 pm
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August 8, 2012

Hi everyone,

My name is Joy and I attended my first SY class three weeks ago. At that first class, I experienced a drifting up in from the top of my head and a wonderful, expanding euphoria. I felt so good I went running after class and during that run I felt as though I had a runner’s high. Throughout that week I would attempt to meditate but only feel calm.

The second class I felt a wonderful euphoria travel into my mind. I could not stop smiling after we were done and I felt an overflowing bliss and love for others. I really wanted to hug the leader but since that was the second time I had seen her I decided not to (spontaneous hugging is not a usual feeling I get! ). She pointed us to this website and I have been using the music/guided meditations ever since.

I listened to the ‘class 1′ meditation and after it had finished and I had sat in silence for a while my heart began to beat faster. This energy then traveled into my head and I had that blissful feeling!

As for the other times I’ve meditated, usually just calm and reduced or no thoughts could characterize the meditation period. One time my neck hurt (Sunday, actually. I was distraught that day -there was a shooting in a Sikh temple where I lived. I actually cried and prayed instead. I turned off my facebook because I felt people were spewing meaningless trash.)

The teacher in my group seems kind of surprised by my meditation experiences. What do you think this means?

I should tell you that I liked to pray and meditate before, sometimes I would feel spurts of energy like this, but never so strongly or regularly.

I hope this continues, but I know that trying to force something during meditation is much like trying to grasp a wet bar of soap. :)

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