posted on Nov, 22 2020 @ 04:05 PM
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
I don't think what I experienced was a 'soul death'. I see it more as being temporarily in a 'deeper layer' of information.
Well, I'm kind of uncertain about the deeper part, but it seemed as such. In any case, there was an overwhelming amount of information so that words
and descriptions, though I could remember them, couldn't be applied anymore.
I couldn't define any separation from trivial objects like grass and the earth on which they were growing. There was no words to put on anything,
things were only what they were, nothing else; but my rational mind (and my self-paradigm) couldn't accept such state.
So it felt as an hostile land
, but I'm the one who actualized hostility whereas there had no reason to be.
I don't think I know what you are referring as 'soul death', but I do entertain the idea that I somewhat understand this part :
"Frankly, it minimally affects the human, but it's not for