I can feel my entire body, I have a slight tingling sensation going on throughout my body. When I look at an object, be it a plastic bottle of soap, or a vase, I associate it with theories such as the wormhole or the seven bridges.
My mind is cloudy, it keeps skipping to different topics and I can see them in front of me like a fading object. I see faces of historical figures and family members looking at me, I unconsciously time the movement of an object… I perceive an object and can ‘morph’ it at my minds will.
I can hear water and remember voices. My memories keep flashing in front of me. I can sense electricity running through the cords, when I look at the computer for a fraction of a second I perceive everything inside, even the fan rotating and the dust spitting off it.
As I type I can hear a strange melody that is so abnormal. When I breathe I can feel the air moving into my nose.
I feel disconnected from my body.
This morning I had a ‘waking nightmare’, whereby I woke up very early, for an unknown reason and saw what looked like a giant spider on my ceiling. At first I just observed it, I had doubts that it could be real, then I jumped up and turned on the light. Nothing was there.
I perceive outer space to be behind me, I can sense and feel asteroids, comets, quarks, supernovas and the most fundamental constituents of reality behind me.
I can feel my bones move as I type and my skin slightly stretching.
I can see shapes all around me. Daunting geometry appears inside, outside it’s merely blissful. I see a shadow in front of me and begin to think about the possibilities of higher dimensions. I see a faux fur hat to my right and can sense macromolecules nearby. I look underneath it and notice a book I studied, I instantly remember what’s on the page… pythagoras’ theorem.
I look at my hand and sense the blood travelling through it.
What is this? It’s like sensory overload or something.
I previously suffered from depression and anxiety, I’m not sure what’s going on now though.
I see an object and suddenly I perceive a seemingly implausible representation of infinity.