Vessels get super warm

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Vessels get super warm

Postby Immommica » Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:49 am

Hey all,

I was wondering, when I meditate with a vessel (could be any material) they get really warm. Not just this feels warm but, wow how did it get that warm? Like it was heated in a microwave or oven. Is this just my energy, the vessels energy or the spirit’s energy? I do become really warm when doing energy work.

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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Whitestar » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:48 am

That happens to me as well. All though not with every vessel and not with every meditation session as well. It truthfully depends on what companion I am meditating with. If it happens every time you meditate or do energy work you might just have a strong sense and connection to paranormal energy.


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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Immommica » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:53 am

Thank you for answering. I am very empathic and do sense when spirits are close by. My third eye tingles like crazy and I get really warm.
I just needed reassurance as a newbie.



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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Lewk » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:52 pm

That warmth things sounds normal / to be expected. One vessel I have from CH comes with a warning explicitly about it getting warm when worked with or even changing in size.


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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby laalbieglna » Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:24 pm

Pretty normal (though as already stated, not every one or every time). I have also had them vibrate frequently, or "jump" out of my hand during very focused exercises.



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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Huffdamagicdragon » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:36 pm

I have the same thing happen many times. One in particular is the "Infinite Power of the Immortals" . It also happens a lot when I am holding something I am sleepweaving on. The vessel gets much warmer than my hand while holding it. That defies the rules of thermodynamics. It should only warm up to be equal with the temperature of your hand. So where does the energy come from to add more heat? The heat added is not an illusion. I have placed the Immortals orb in someones else's hand and had the response "Is it ALWAYS this HOT?!!"


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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Regholdain » Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:57 pm

This is pretty fascinating. I tend to only work with my master vessel nowadays, and because it is a ring I typically don't notice its temperature when working with particular bindings. I become sensitive to the energy itself when focusing and connecting with it, generally, but since it is already so close to my skin I seldom notice it being warmer than my own body heat. That said, my hands have always been inordinately hot anyways. I can pretty much fog up a cool window with my palm a good 2-3 inches away from the glass.



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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Huffdamagicdragon » Thu Mar 14, 2019 3:51 pm

The nerves in our skin sense the difference in temperature between our skin and the object or air touching our skin.

Set up 3 bowls of water, one ice cold, one lukewarm such that you feel no temp at all, one hot enough that you can barely stand to keep your hand in it.

Now start with your finger in the lukewarm water to verify that you feel neither warm or cold. Next put your finger in the cold water for at least a minute, then back to the lukewarm which will now feel very warm and then to the hot water which will be painfully hot. The water didn't get hotter, but your finger got colder and the difference in temperature between your finger and the water increased.

This little experiment is to show how our nerves sense temperature. The same thing happens when we get into a shower and the water seemingly gets colder and we have to turn up the hot water.

When the vessels get warm to the touch after being in contact with our skin a while, there is energy coming into the vessel from somewhere. In this case however, the source is not physical.


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Re: Vessels get super warm

Postby Regholdain » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:58 pm

What's interesting is when I first worked with some of my vessels they would be really cold, not warm. I have experienced both really. My feather flame spell binding for third eye spells is on a set of mala beads and they do get warm during mediation. Some gemstones, if held in a fist, will also become heated. I never really thought about it since getting the master vessel since everything is copied to it now. It's a fascinating occurrence. I wonder if it can actually be measured with a FLIR or thermal camera. There would have to be a control, like a non-spelled item. Surely, someone has tested this at some point...




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