Spokane, WA — Jeffrey Ogleman was in the middle of his morning meditation session when he became convinced he is definitely right about most of the things he spouts.
This realization was bolstered by the fact that he was meditating at that moment and probably everyone else wasn’t.
“It hit me like a flash, and probably came from a higher realm,” Ogleman told Egobaby, “but while I was meditating there was something about the way I was sitting and attempting to rest in the moment that gave me a self-assuredness, I guess you’d call it, that I am probably right about most things I believe.”
Ogleman says prior to the realization his meditation was filled with thoughts about the people he sees as obstacles in his life.
He was arguing with each of them — “and I was winning the arguments, please put that in the article if you can,” Ogleman added — when he realized none of them meditated, none of them had a spiritual path, none of them were trying to better themselves, and more importantly none of them were him.
At that moment, they all fell away like a waterfall and he was overcome by a sense of bliss.
“I’m not trying to say I’m holier than thou or I’m superior or anything like that, but just as it gets cold in the winter and hot in the summer I realized in my being that I’m right about a lot of the things I tell people.
"They don’t have to believe me, I’m not going to force myself on anyone, but I don’t have to believe that I’m wrong anymore. This was a big step for my evolution,” Ogleman said.