Into the world that is forgotten
replaced by rational medicine,
I walk and watch, I look, I don’t talk;
observing without judging.
It’s not a dream, it’s not a fraud
formed by an illusionist;
I use my other skills to see,
leaving aside my earthly eyes.
A woman’s body is lying down
on a rocky flatbed.
She seems to breathe through
her diaphragm, but nothing else.
It’s like she had inhibited some
of her vital actions.
A kind of hibernation; alive,
but like in standby mode.
The dark cave is neither cold
nor warm as I can sense.
My heart is harmonizing its
beating with the healing silence.
A man enters the cave now,
naturally visiting the woman.
He seems to be a fitting part
of this atmosphere’s enigma.
He comes, he sees, he does
than checking by hand
the body’s temperature.
The woman doesn’t react
at all, being somewhere else I guess,
flying beyond her human part,
in other fields of conscience.
He leaves as if he was
a simple, natural action of
a common evening.
I sense a flashy transportation
within the levels of the time;
the spiral route brings me now
three days “after” arriving.
She opens her eyes slowly,
looking around to make contact.
She moves her fingers and her toes
to touch again the world of mortals.
The man is present at once,
I don’t know how he felt it.
They both transmitted the peace
of those who live outside of the matrix.
The data showed that she was
healed from a physical illness.
A combination of herbs and surrendering
to human’s wider skills.
Re-forming balance using the
that noetic essence of Cosmos,
both real and magical.
I saw what I needed, the purpose
The scenery fade away, and
I returned to my home-movie’s frame.
If only we were trained as kids
to never give away
the self-healing noesis
enclosed in our DNA,
we would combine the great
discoveries of contemporary medicine,
with that other part of us that knows
how to solve many physical imbalances.
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