Mystical Experiencer: Female in early thirties
Current location: U.S.A.
Age at time of experience: 32
I took LSD, wanted to crawl out of my skin for the first 30-45 minutes. I felt extremely uncomfortable; hot then cold, sweaty, heart racing, like I needed to have a bm/urinate/vomit. I just remember thinking like my body wanted to split in a million different ways. And then my trip started.
I remember closing my eyes only to see white, instead of the usual black/darkness. I remember being able to create/see whatever I desired in clouds passing by. I remember being able to control the colors of the leaves on the trees around me. And then, it happened.
I felt at peace, extremely calm, and safe. I felt as if I was no longer in my “vessel.” I felt as if my spirit was able to transcend through space and time. It felt as if my spirit danced through space to a place of total bliss and harmony. I remember experiencing something/somewhere unfamiliar, yet very familiar at the same time.
I honestly don’t have words to describe the journey or that destination. It felt as if I stepped into the spiritual dimension for a short time. I didn’t feel alive or dead, just as if the present moment was the only thing to exist.
I remember being able to feel the presence of family members that had passed. I remember saying, “I’ve wanted to sit with dad and talk to him since he passed.” My sister asked what I wanted to ask, but I couldn’t think of a thing. I just remember feeling love and comfort, as if he had never passed six years prior. I remember repeating a forgotten saying he used to say from time to time; “Life’s so simple. We’re the ones that complicate things.”
I remember that I kept saying “lucky us!”, in reference to being able to spiritually experience the trip that we were on. I felt an unconditional love for all, but especially my tribe of people.
I experienced the most beautiful adventure of me that day. Wherever my spirit went was breathtakingly beautiful in both sight and feeling. My mind and spirit are beautiful to me. I feel extremely lucky and blessed to have had such an amazing journey that day.