I have to open my eyes. As I do, I see I am flying about in the Golden Pyramid among the ceiling of jewels. My eyes are open and I feel this is really happening! I see Parrot flying with me. “Oh, thank you, Parrot,” I exclaim. Then Parrot flies out of the top star opening of the Golden Pyramid, and I begin to float down ever so peacefully until I find myself again resting on the crystal bed. I feel so completely relaxed. My body still feels as Light as when I began my flying journey throughout this beautiful golden sacred space.
I decide again to close my eyes and breathe. I am still as a rock. I listen carefully as I am hearing a faint sound. The sound begins to vibrate through my body and it grows more distinct. It is a peaceful harmonious tone. I sense that the crystals beneath me are singing. Then I hear the tone musically playing from all four walls. It is the same sound. One tone. One vibration. I remain so still and quiet; as if I moved it would all disappear. Then, in my mind’s eye, I see my Grandpa’s face. He is smiling and he looks so radiant. I smile at him and feel our open hearts. Then I see Grandmother’s eyes looking lovingly into mine, my moon eyes that are still closed. Everyone is silent and yet my heart speaks to them and asks for their forgiveness. The Light becomes so bright that their images disappear into the Light. Then the inspiration comes that they have already forgiven me-I must now forgive myself. The Sound and the Light are in harmony as if I could hear thunder and see lightening simultaneously. I feel the vibration in every cell of my body. I open my mouth, and take a deep breath and say aloud, “I forgive myself.” I say it again and yet again. My heart seems to jump for joy and I open my eyes. There is much Light and I still hear the harmonious tone all around me. As I look up, a bald Eagle is flying into the Golden Pyramid from the sunlit star. It has enormous wings and the flapping sound echoes off the brilliant walls. The majestic white-headed Eagle swoops down and meets my eyes with his keen eyes and stands still.