I took an old friend, Jake, into a class at uni to show him what it was like. It just so happened this was a special class because we had what was described as a "3D wave simulation" that was actually 4D, or 5D, I don't even know. It was basically a massive rectangular shape of waves that stayed within their confined space, but moved in a circular pattern around the room. We were all sitting in 'pods' in a circle around the outside of this seemingly massive classroom, with open door frames. As the wave came by each pod, bits would splash off onto you and you could feel the wave, see the foam bubbling away, it was incredible. Jake didn't believe it was anything more than a hologram until it splashed on him.
That night we stayed in the house of another old school friend, Charmaine, whom has at least 2 children. Upon walking in I saw her baby and bent down to greet it. It had eyes of the bluest blue, though Charmaine said she'd purchased 'baby-contacts' for it….eep. Anyway, I held the babys hand and it started laughing! And giggling and laughing non-stop…it loved my energy. At night it was like a banquet, people and tables everywhere and the centrepiece was a dance floor with somebody's young daughter dancing (fabulously, and well taught, potentially Charmaine's?) all over a LED light up dance floor. She became discouraged at one point, and then her father picked her back up again.
- BREAK - assuming this is sleep time…
The next day I took Jake back to uni to the same class, but this time we did some other gnarly thing that was crazy and exciting. Afterwards he'd had many of his foundational beliefs rocked as to 'how the world works' and thus appeared very "off with the fairies" and emotionless in his face…he was obviously processing everything that had happened and trying to deal with how and why all of a sudden everything his brain ran off was not real or true. He left and I said goodbye and told him I'd keep in contact…that's about it!