This morning I read a blog posting from site called LUMINOSITY. The essay that totally amazed me. I felt totally compelled to record it, with me reading aloud, as an audio essay.
Dan Mitchell wrote it and the essay is titled Approaching the Post Human Self. It describes his profoundly intense first-person experiences the night of the super moon.
Below is a short excerpt from the fascinating post.
"Within moments of looking at this light I found myself no longer standing in my backyard, but in a large open room. Whether I was taken on board some kind of aerial craft, I cannot say for certain. What I will say is that the experience at this point became more real than my own waking conscious is capable of perceiving even on my sharpest days. In other words, I was more conscious than I normally am, and I was in a room that had clearer and sharper angles than anything I had ever seen in my life.
It was almost as if I had left the human sphere entirely and entered into a place that was more real than this world. I felt unimaginably well although I felt puzzled at the same time. This part of the experience leads me to believe I was neither in or out of body, which really makes no sense."