Citation: The Sublime Surfer. "Meeting My Higher Self: An Experience with LSD (exp65847)". Erowid.org. Jul 5, 2018. erowid.org/exp/65847
For about a year now I've been experimenting heavily with mixing LSD and different types of meditation such as kundalini meditation and astral projection.
A friend got me a really good batch of liquid LSD and at around the same time I'd been using an audio entrainment called 'Meditation Mastery Activations' for Higher Self communication.
So of course I decided to mix the two.
I was staying in a friend's cabin in the Californian redwoods and she was away at the time - perfect. The acid was really smooth, I was sitting out in the sun looking at the trees and could see them breathing. The trunks were pulsating in and out. I could also clearly see the trunks radiating a bright green aura.
Clearly things were kicking in nicely so I put on my headphones and started the Higher Self meditation.
Seconds, minutes, hours later? I don't know. I behind closed eyes I could just see white light getting stronger and stronger. I began to hear a beautiful hum and I started getting visions as if I was traveling at light speed.
All of a sudden I felt myself burst into some kind of dimension. Where all this light was coming from. I was floating, flowing, soaking in it. I could see inside my body and I saw it being filled with these streams of light. Things would slow, then speed up amazingly fast and I couldn't keep up, but at all times it was ecstatic.
I had the strongest feeling that I was floating inside my Higher Self somehow. I just knew. I didn't need anything here and I didn't want for anything. I must have been here for a few hours, because when I came out the sun had changed a fair bit in the sky.
It's taken me a lot of time to process this experience and there is so much I just can't put into words.
This was one of the most profound experiences that I've ever had.
COPYRIGHTS: All reports are copyright Erowid.
Experience Reports are the writings and opinions of the individual authors who submit them.
Some of the activities described are dangerous and/or illegal and none are recommended by Erowid Center.