While it's nice that you both feel you have a 'connection' to each other, this forum isn't a chat room. It would be great if you both lessen the noise a bit.
You are right.
Very interesting experience, thanks for sharing!
On what truthseeker said, caution is wise, I agree. But perhaps its a good idea to see where that experience has led you - in terms of your views on life in general and your life in particular. How did it change you? Thinking about this might provide you with some clues on if this was a positive, or not so positive experience. If it indeed was lies, then it will most likely come coated with a lot of truth - just need a tiny little lie in there to shift the course of your 'boat', so to speak. And that can be very hard to discern.
I don't exactly see what you mean by caution, positive/negative and lies in relation to what I experienced.
What I experienced was, generally speaking, beyond those concepts. It was. Period. All that matters for me, as you point out exactly, is how it affected/affects me. On that I can, and will, elaborate of course with great pleasure.
I was all alone experiencing it. I don't see how 'someone' or 'something' else could have 'corrupted' my visions as they didn't really contain any form of primary message. So in all, I hardly see how a 'lie' could have been presented to me here. Feel free to relate to my OP if you think anything there could be a lie or anything.
The interpretation is purely mine. And perhaps it's where you would advise me to be cautious and I would understand.
That moment, with retrospect, has indeed changed my view about reality. It is where I 'understood' (or peeked at originally) fundamental concepts such as:
- Unity (Law of One)
- Law of Balance
- Illusion of Time
- Illusion of Polarity
- Great Cycle(s)
- Sacred Geometry
Perhaps more but you get the gist of it. I from now on knew that I would never fall back into the confortable (but oh so empty at the same time) illusion that our world (universe) is finite, that we are here for no reason, that we only have 'one life to live' and that (this one is quite amusing as always) the universe created itself from nothing as an inevitable concequence of the laws of physics, no more, no less
. That sort of mainstream materialistic view is not only for me obsolete but purely grotesque and 'supersticious' as good ol' Max Planck would say. That is to my eyes no diffrent than monotheistic religion for instance. You only see what you want
to see. Not what really is
. Science is downright corrupted at our level. 'Real science' exists but very few are 'allowed' to play with it. UFT has been resolved perhaps a hundread years ago and yet, on the surface, we act as if metaphysics is *still* some sort of New Age crap. Thanks to cointelpro and pals.
So basically, without further mainstream science bashing, all I can say is that from that moment, I have decided that I wouldn't allow myself anymore to dwell in lies and deception (the great illusion). But that didn't happen right away as I was caught in the bearings of wishful thinking. Note that it had nothing to do with my experience that day, it was the result of me simply fallinf in the trap of 'The Secret'. It actually never did anything else but bringning me on the edge of death and suicidal thoughts.
After recovering from my last big 'struggle' with it, I fell onto this website and that was the most profound, life-changing thing that ever happened. That's why I can now objectively talk about my past and interpret it in another way that makes a lot more sense even to my own-self.
I'll add more as the discussion goes.
Peace to you all and thanks for replying.