Not to keep beating a dead horse, but I have been thinking a lot lately about Tom's void comments. I thought I remembered Focus 10 being described as the void, but ran across some things yesterday and noticed it wa Focus 15 that had been described as that.
From http://www.monroeinstitute.com/content. ... tent_id=55
"Timeline encouraged us to explore the powerful stillness of Focus 15, a place many of us have perceived as the Void, a great emptiness where nothing much happens. "Sublime stillness" might be more accurate. When you truly embrace the emptiness even for a heartbeat.well, each one's experience is unique."
"Focus 15 is the Monroe term for a state of consciousness that is outside of time. All times and places are accessible from this state. A lot of people experience it as a blackness or void, kind of a primordial, womb-like experience. Some people like that, and some don't. I didn't much care for Focus 15 at first, because nothing ever seemed to happen there, unlike some other focus levels in which things just suddenly popped up without any effort or intention on my part. You have to learn how to kick-start things in Focus 15, how to navigate through it. Once you get the hang of it, you can use Focus 15 to explore other times, for example."
When I was at the Gateway Voyage in 2002 I think I got a brief glimpse of it, but nothing more.
I have a tangential question but I will ask it in the next post.