Abraham-Hicks Discussion Home
 Search       Members   Calendar   Help   Home 
Search by username
Not logged in - Login | Register 
Abraham-Hicks Discussion > Forums > Abraham-Hicks Teachings and You > Goosebumps: aren't they supposed to be a good thing?

Goosebumps: aren't they supposed to be a good thing?
 Moderated by: Marc, Leslie, David  
 New Topic   Reply   Print 
AuthorPost
Blissful Creator
Member


Joined: Thu Aug 30th, 2007
Location: Pennsylvania USA
Posts: 547
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 10:48 am
 Quote  Reply 
Often I get goosebumps on top of my head when I'm thinking an angry thought. Or when I'm imagining saying something to someone which might cause contrast.

For example, when I visualize telling my residents to shut the non-heaven up cause they are being loud .

Or when I imagined saying something to someone that I thought might disappoint or hurt them.

I thought chill-bumps or goosebumps were supposed to be good signs symbolizing the connection with source? Any ideas?

 

Dana

Attachment: goosebumps.jpg (Downloaded 81 times)

CarolSmile
Member


Joined: Tue May 15th, 2007
Location: Elgin, Texas USA
Posts: 1559
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 11:04 am
 Quote  Reply 
Goosebumps mean the energy is changing, or releasing. Only YOU know whether the feelings you have are downstream for you, and maybe feeling anger, or imagining yourself reclaiming some power over the situation IS a good thing. In any case, it means that there is energy moving.

Great question!
Love,
Carol

Rocket Girl
Member


Joined: Thu Jul 12th, 2007
Location: Michigan USA
Posts: 530
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 01:56 pm
 Quote  Reply 
CarolSmile wrote: Goosebumps mean the energy is changing, or releasing. Only YOU know whether the feelings you have are downstream for you, and maybe feeling anger, or imagining yourself reclaiming some power over the situation IS a good thing. In any case, it means that there is energy moving.

Great question!
Love,
Carol


Whew!  I get that sometimes on one side of my head.  Interesting!::cool

::LOLI thought maybe it was like when your foot falls asleep and you try walking on it and it's all tingly.....thought maybe half my brain fell asleep!  ::LOL  Which ok, might be a possibility here for me.....::LOL

OK...I'm UP WAY too early on a Sat. morning!  But feeling playful, so that's good. ::ghost(going back to bed now.)

Seriously, thanks for that information Carol!  I wondered what it was all about.

Love & appreciation,

Tammy::hearts

Last edited on Sat Dec 8th, 2007 02:07 pm by Rocket Girl

HoneyBlue2
Member


Joined: Wed Sep 19th, 2007
Location: Montreal, Quebec Canada
Posts: 1617
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 02:06 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Well, I get it too, but I don't call them goosebumps (personally, goosebumps would be felt on my arms and it's a good feeling) but this sensation on my scalp is more like my hair is standing up, as if I had just received an electric chock, and to me when it happens, I know that it is an indicator that I am paddling way upstream, and having a negative thought does NOT feel good at that moment, and my body is trying to alert me to change my thought for a better feeling one.  There's nothing wrong with an emotion of anger, but geewiz, it is so uncomfortable staying in it for too long.

Tammy - you cracked me up one more time, had to tell you again.  Keep us laughing, I love your sense of humor.

::LOL::LOL

Last edited on Sat Dec 8th, 2007 02:17 pm by HoneyBlue2

Blissful Creator
Member


Joined: Thu Aug 30th, 2007
Location: Pennsylvania USA
Posts: 547
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 02:21 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Very interesting Carol that goosebumps are the shifting of energy. I agree that these goosebumps appear sometimes when it feels like I'm paddling upstream.

In some ways the thoughts I have are bringing relief, but in other ways if I would act on the thought it would be upstream (which I've learned from experience).

I've been learning to not act when I get those goosebumps because it just leads to further discomfort (and yes, Tammy, I get that sensation on the left side of my scalp in particular, interesting. What side do you get that on?)

I can tell the difference I think between that sensation and the kind I have when I am connected with source-- when I am connected I feel more of a buzzing, velvety sensation. With the goosebumps (I agree with Honeyblue) it's like electricity or hair standing on end...

 

Dana

 

 

Attachment: hair.jpg (Downloaded 68 times)

Blissful Creator
Member


Joined: Thu Aug 30th, 2007
Location: Pennsylvania USA
Posts: 547
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 02:23 pm
 Quote  Reply 
BTW Tammy, I've been up since my nap at 2 PM yesterday (Friday)...!

I feel pretty good though-- I think I'll do some laundry!

 

lol. :)

Rocket Girl
Member


Joined: Thu Jul 12th, 2007
Location: Michigan USA
Posts: 530
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 03:15 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Hey Dana!

Yeppers, mine usually is on the left side but have felt it on the right side too.  It's usually when I'm at the computer I notice it.  I'm usually feeling good I think, but will have to pay closer attention.  ::surfnew (make that a Dr. Pepper rather than cup o' coffee)

Right now I have a body full of goosebumps, but it's because I'm COLD! ::devil

Would be interesting to know if there's any meaning behind the side of the head sensation/energy shift.  ::med

Love & Hugs,

Tammy::hearts

CarolSmile
Member


Joined: Tue May 15th, 2007
Location: Elgin, Texas USA
Posts: 1559
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 04:21 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Hmmmm, left side or right side. Are you wearing a heavier earring on one side? Or are you parting your hair differently....

Sorry, brain going numb, going back to sleeeeeep now.


::LOL::LOL::LOL



::dreaming::dreaming::dreaming

I love this forum!
Carol

HoneyBlue2
Member


Joined: Wed Sep 19th, 2007
Location: Montreal, Quebec Canada
Posts: 1617
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 10:34 pm
 Quote  Reply 
when it occurs, I feel it on the left side of my brain.  They say that "The left side of the brain is often thought of as the logical, thinking side".  Interesting that this sensation occurs for all of us on that side when having strong emotional negative thoughts.  I see it as an indicator for me to stop paddling upstream and let go of the oars and when I do, the sensation goes away.

Still, ALL IS WELL!

Blissful Creator
Member


Joined: Thu Aug 30th, 2007
Location: Pennsylvania USA
Posts: 547
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Dec 8th, 2007 11:50 pm
 Quote  Reply 
interesting: "The left side of the brain is often thought of as the logical, thinking side". Also, i know the left represents the recieving side and feminine side.

All I know is it definitely represents a shifting of energy, that seems correct to me...

 

Dana


 Current time is 04:31 pm


 

 




Powered by WowBB 1.7 - Copyright © 2003-2006 Aycan Gulez