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We Have One That Can Dance.

Posted in: A - Her Lucid and Mystical Experiences by Pamela on September 26, 2008

The experience below was written when I left my home in England on February 3rd, 2008 and landed in Sedona, Arizona. I thought to add this as it was quite funny, at least to me it was and hope you get a chuckle out of it as well. The reason I am sharing is because I believe that when we share our experiences we can help others. To let them know they are not alone. And if I can help bring a smile to someones face, then this will have been worth it. So, I hope it makes sense and you get a good laugh out of it!

I just spent six months in Egypt (June 6th, 2007 - January 11th, 2008), swimming with wild dolphins and would dance on the beach, which, is relavent to this story. I was known as “the dancer on the beach” at Marsa Shagra, an ecovillage on the Red Sea in Egypt. It became a haven for a time while I put the pieces of my heart back together. It is a diving and dolphin mecca. A new beginning was unfolding. All good and beautiful, even through enormous pains being endured. When I arrived at Phoenix Sky Harbour Airport I drove to Sedona which is just under a two hour drive, North.

This hotel was my temporary home while I searched for a new place to live. Sedona is very powerful and holds a special place in my heart. I had left England with ten suitcases on the way towards the next leg of my journey.

I picked up the key to my room and seeing as I had ten pieces of luggage, I only brought what was necessary up to the room, for I was exhausted and fell asleep quite quickly.

I awoke in the wee hours of the morn’ … as I would, for my body clock was out of whack. When I pulled the curtain back what I saw caused me to take a deep, deep breath, as my whole being fell into a simmering silence. The reason? It was snowing! If you have never seen snow falling on the desert upon these powerful Red Rocks, it is very emotionally moving. So beautiful. I have this on film and will most likely be included in some of my work in the future.

I decided to take this awakening opportunity to bring all my cases up to the room. It was great fun really, as this wee lass was hauling suitcases up two flights of outside stairs with the snow falling all over her at 3:00 am, laughing with every step she made.

So, now that you have some background, Here is the story .

One day I decided to go hiking up Bell Rock, which, I could walk to from my hotel.

Instead of walking though, I danced along the road that led to the opening towards the hiking paths.

And while doing so, I got pulled over for … dancing. Yup! Can it get any sillier?

So, this is the road I had to take (see below) from the hotel to the hiking paths.
It is about .7 miles from the hotel.
When I could see there were no cars on my side of the road,
I moved out for more ‘breathing room’ to dance.
As you can see I did not have much room to walk, let alone dance.

I arrived at the entrance to Bell Rock’s hiking paths, went in and danced deep into the canyon.

Came out and as I was in my own little world dancing back home along the road listening to music,

I heard this noise in my headphones?

Certainly was not part of my music 🙂

I looked up, turned around and saw a police SUV vehicle behind me with his lights on?

Ok, here we go, I thought?

He got out and asked a few questions …

“Have you been drinking?”.
I said “No, I was only dancing”

He said “Because we received alot of calls from people.

They were only concerned you might get hit”.

Fair enough. The strange thing was, he did not ask me for I.D. or anything.
He did not even say, “Ok, go ahead” … nothing.

I simply turned and walked away.

And as I was doing so another (backup) car pulled up.

I took this opportunity to take a photo after I heard the officer actually say to the other:

“No, it is ok, she was only dancing … ”

And as I began to dance away a helicopter flew overhead and it felt like the movie “THEY LIVE”.

I could just hear the chopper on the radio saying: ‘We’ve got one that can see!

Only in my case it was: ‘We’ve got one that can dance!’.

I’m outa here …On my way …. to somewhere peaceful!



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