posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:12 PM
Originally posted by JasonT
It felt as if the star started getting closer to me. Either that or I was going towards the star. It all felt strange but as I got closer to the
star, I had this very strange, very intense feeling at the top/back of my head. It felt as though the top/back of my head "opened up" for lack of a
better term. My head didn't physically "open" but rather it felt as though my mind opened, and let me tell you, it felt extremely good. It was an
indescribable feeling and sensation. It slowly opened as I was going toward the star but eventually felt as though it had fully opened. That was when
I felt that everything made sense - God, the Universe, our role in it, every question I ever had, there was an answer for.
Sounds like a fourth dimensional tumble to me.
Where an object feels like it's getting closer, or larger,
while neither you nor the object are actually moving.
It's slightly disorienting but somehow the larger perspective
is comforting as one seems to be outside of perspective itself.
I used to get these a lot when I was very young when meditating before sleep,
or during first few times I was allowed to watch TV. I channeled it into my drafting
and started making designs for tesseracts and cutting out and building 3D shapes
from 2d plans using scissors and elmers glue. After a while I could use it at will to
see through a school desk or view the entire class room from a floor above looking down
and seeing everything inside the room, outside the room, and between the walls simultaneously.
The only time after that it would hit me in an uncontrolable way is a couple of times when I got a high fever.
The only danger I have found in it is loss of identity when being able to empathise with someone else
and people listening get offended that I'm not speaking from a selfish position.
But It sure feels good doesn't it.