posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:42 AM
Personally, I have had a major experience in trans-dimensional existence, aided by one of the most prophetic substances known to man. More
importantly, ancient man. The Mayans used Salvia Divinorum
to perceive infinity. It
was a truly revalatory experience. I was ejected from the physical world to inhabit and fully occupy a void without limits. It was only becoming aware
that I was aware
did my senses "reboot" to an intelligence and understanding way greater than could be possible in a mortal mind. I had the
sensation of being connected to all
that exists and then realizing there is no "I
". Reality exists so the awareness that is the
collective consciousness of the universe can experience infinite possibilities in which life can be lived. Embracing that reality is not reality at
all, time does not exist, and that we only exist in this world is because we willed ourselves into being.
After this had been understood, I became interested in the life I left behind. The instant the thought entered my head, I was peering into a portrait
of my life. It played out like a cinema, with the exception of time no longer taking account. The story was still linear, but I perceived it at once.
I relived my life from inception of consciousness to the final throes of death. I felt the light at the end of the tunnel only to realize it was me
emerging from the womb. To relive my life, and each and every
life. It was upon this rebirth that I was thrown back into the awareness I'm
currently experiencing. Every moment of my life up to that point hit me with full force. Every ache, every pain. Every regret and sorrow. Every joy,
and every triumph. The thing is, you don't realize how much living in the physical world hurts because you become so accustomed to it. I felt like a
child. I could feel every atom of air and substance pressing down on me. Gravity, easily forgotten returned like an unholy burden. My skin crawled,
itched and burned.
It was only after this "trip" did I discover Buddhism.