''The elf-queene, with hir joly compaignie, Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede.” Geoffrey Chaucer "The Wife of Bath’s Tale"

The Art of Invisibility

I think we've all had moments when we wished we were invisible, to avoid embarrassing situations or potential harm. Several years ago I realized how desirable this skill would be during the coming times and when my black belt son opened a Karate School it reminded me of Ninja skills. Their art of concealment, stealth and invisibility all felt familiar and I suspected that the past life memory of a female Japanese warrior was kunoichi, female Ninja. I understood that reality is very plastic, very fluid and had some comprehension of how the mind and frequencies work. I experimented how to mentally keep a low profile and maintain a zen non aggressive not there aura. At work I had many opportunities to morph into a non-entity profile, working in a man's field provided plenty of practice. Since retirement I'm refining expanding the light net to dissolving the particles that includes home and car. Don't misunderstand, I am not saying I disappear yet in a way I do, sales clerks ignore me, people bump me in line, cars run through stop signs like I'm not even there, twice lately I narrowly missed getting nailed by grocery carts and in general I go unnoticed. When I am noticed I'm really not, I sense it's superficial robotic response reminding me I'm in Ninja mode. I find Practicing Presence is very zen Ninja aligned, when present, with the ego is at rest, its easy to fade into the woodwork.

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