Blog: The OT Levels - 2017-09-04
Once there was a man who was walking nonchalantly through a beautiful forest. Not a care in the world did he have. Absorbed in the beauty of nature he descended serenely down a winding pathway to an open glen of multicolored blossoms. Many birds of varying throated syntax graced the air with inspired innocent melody. He came to a big rock and decided to sit and lean against it. Taking out his packed lunch he took his first bite.
Then he looked down to his right and there, a foot away from him, was a large venomous snake hidden in the underbrush. Terror seized him. His heart rate pounded as if it were exploding out of his chest. Beads of sweat trickled down his forehead and paralysis seized his muscles. He was in fear for his very existence as deadly poisonous snakes were known to inhabit this forest.
Sitting there in terror with eyes closed he sent out a prayer for protection. His inner intuitional voice said," Don't be afraid. Look directly at the snake."