THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHANNELER or I DIDN'T ASK FOR THIS
For several practice sessions after I first got the movement, the writing consisted of the energetic circles. Then it stopped. Instead, the pen laboriously began to move but rather than writing words, it was drawing symbols that it repeated over and over. Over several more practice sessions, it got proficient at drawing the symbols and was producing them faster. Strangely enough, they were strung together like some sort of sentence.
I assumed that the subconscious had to learn to write English as it was use to symbology. However, I did notice a few unusual things. For one, my arm would get that electric sensation when I sat down to do automatic writing. Another was that I would get tired after a while and my middle back would begin to ache. Posture had nothing to do with it and how can you get tired writing. The fatigue was as if I was doing something strenuous.
Although disappointed that I was not getting words, the symbol strings were getting easier to produce so I was encouraged. I was also intrigued by the fact that they resembled sentences. Some symbols were repeated often while others were not.
Then one evening, a few words started appearing mixed in with the symbols. The symbol writing had progressed to the point where they just quickly formed but with the words, it was back to the laboriously slow movement. It was sort of humorous because it would quickly draw out a few symbols and then slow to a crawl while it slowly formed the letters of words. The words were not initially meaningful. But then words such as hello and hi began to appear.
This was interesting. Why was my subconscious telling me hello?
Just like the symbols, the words became easier and then phrases began to appear. Just simple phrases. But I did notice one thing, as the actual writing of words improved, I started feeling like there was someone standing behind me. The feeling got stronger over time to the point where I fully expected to turn around and see someone or something. However, I didn't but it was a source of concern for me because at the time, I didn't know if I could handle it.
By this time, months had passed. I had rarely missed a practice session because I was curious and wanted to see what would happen next. As the writing improved, it speeded up considerably. The handwriting was not mine.
I also notice another unusual development. Initially, the words would just slowly write themselves out. But over time, the words would form in my mind shortly before they began to write and eventually, entire sentences would form in my mind before they even started.
I assumed that I was doing this although I certainly wasn't operating my hand and pen. This got even stronger. I was getting the sentences, yes more than one, way ahead of the actual writing. So, I decided to try and experiment. The sentence or sentences would plant themselves in my mind and the hand would begin to write. I would let it progress through most of the sentence and then mentally change the sentence that would basically keep repeating itself until the hand had finished writing.
The result? Well, the hand would write up to the point where I had changed the sentence. Then it would stop along with the tingling sensation. Then, a sentence to the effect of, "DON'T DO THAT!" would form in my mind. The tingling sensation would return and the hand would proceed to write the original, not the altered, sentence.
I tried this a number of times with the same result. The hand refused to write what I mentally altered but would gladly write the sentences that were now pre-forming intact in my mind. Before, they had formed a word at a time. Now, it was entire sentences at once. It's hard to describe this sensation.
TO BE CONTINUED: I SEE A SPOOK!!!