Ritual with Orobas, Day Two
The second day of the ritual was much like the first one, only this time we didn’t speak as much. And only because it had already been put to me on the first day as to what would be expected of me.
The second day consisted of me evoking Lord Orobas, then settling in to focus on his sigil, and chanting his enn as a mantra.
However, the energy that flowed into me and through me was much more powerful, so much so, that there was a constant struggle to simply remain conscious. There was again the overwhelming feeling of falling down through the rings of reality – as has been spoken of by EA Koetting. I will say here that since I learned of the theta-gamma sync state, I have become able to enter it within seconds, and merely by setting my mind to that purpose.
This second day, again, was very much more… potent. I had the thought come to me that the ‘juice’ was being turned up with a view towards testing me and stretching me, if you will. Pushing me just to the point of breaking. There was once wherein Orobas whispered to me that I could stop if I wanted too. And I knew I could have, and not be judged for it. But I wanted to push on, wanted to push myself to the limit. I *needed* to. I held until the incense had burned out to within about an inch and a half in length – being a good seven inches to start.
That was when I was told very firmly, yet gently, that I needed to stop; that I was going to need to sleep for a bit before I had to get ready for work. And, honestly, at that point, I knew I was in need. For even though I could feel myself acclimating to the new level of energy, I was done, and I knew it. I felt as though I had accomplished something of great import, but I had paid a toll, one that I realized would probably affect me for at least the next day or so.
Indeed, today when I woke up, I was maxed. I had slept somewhat deeply, but I could tell I was still down from yesterday’s ritual. I wanted to do Day 3 today, but I realized I wasn’t in much good shape for it. Orobas and I spoke briefly about it, and I asked him to beg off of doing the third day today. He agreed that it would be better to rest today, with my promise to pick it right back up tomorrow.
In the end, though, I did end up sitting for about five minutes, in a light meditative state, focusing on Orobas and his sigil – mentally – and chanted his enn nine times. Again I was greeted with the rush of energy from him. It both enervated and refreshed me. I know that may not make any logical sense, but that was the effect, nonetheless.
To Be Continued…