Put the universe on..we\'re going for a ride.
Posted by Anonymous on 16/01/2012
|Method of Ingestion:||Vaporiser at 260 C|
1This is an experience which took place on 11th January 2012 at 8pm.
I put a small amount of Salvia X10 extract into a vaporiser and took two large inhalations from the whip which I held in for approx 15/20 seconds each.
I then lay back on my bed.
I then took off the outer shell known as the universe and ‘stood’ briefly on the outside looking in.
I pondered briefly as to who was controlling the body that lay on the bed. I started to laugh as I realised that that someone was me. It was almost a kind of revelation that it was me on the bed and that I had some sort of control over the body that lay there. I found the whole idea preposterous and really funny. In fact I actually asked the question out loud ‘Is that me on the bed?’ I had a feeling of Déjà vu and had an understanding that I had been ‘here’ before and that this was what it was like in the beginning before I entered this body.
I folded in and out of the shell of myself and the surrounding universe and began to reoccupy myself from the inside. I realised that we occupy our bodies and by association the universe from a place that is external and outside our normal realm of perception. We slip from ‘nothingness’ into ‘somethingness’ and vice versa by some means I am unable to explain. However, what is pertinent to note is that the experience of being outside of ones body is not to feel that one is still in this universe but not in one’s body. It is as though for a moment we are able to step outside of all of it and for that moment we are not part of the universe.
What I am not able to say at the moment is where I am when I am outside of the universe because I have a limited awareness of where I am in this new ‘other’realm.
What strikes home to me is the fact that my intelligence and sense of ‘me-ness’ is not related to my body, and that ‘I’ or some form of ‘I’ can and does exists outside of this physical realm.
What ‘I’ am outside of this universe I do not know only further exploration will throw light on this.
This experience only lasted for a matter of minutes, but once I had re-entered my body fully, I could not stop saying ‘That was the strangest sensation’, that really is strange. It is also an extremely enlightening experience.
Once the effects had worn off I was fully functional and able to perform all tasks. There was no feeling of drowsiness. I has a great sleep later that night and had a feeling of ‘well being’ the following day.
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