Unity, Union

Unity, Union, Reunion, Harmony, Oneness

A harmonious inner awakening is characterized by a sense of joy and mental illumination
that brings with it an insight into the meaning and purpose of life.

A reality is experienced that exposes a gleam of the transcendental reality in which
universe and self are one.

A society in which a large percentage of the population changes consciousness regularly
and harmoniously with psychedelic drugs will bring about a very different way of life.

All happenings are mutually interdependent in a way that seems unbelievably
harmonious.

Behind the apparent multiplicity of things in the world of science and common sense
there is a single reality in which all things are united.

By polar awareness, awareness of polarity, one sees that things which are explicitly
different are implicitly one.

Contemplation is that condition of alert passivity, the immanent and transcendent
Godhead, the state of union with the divine Ground of all being.

Direct knowledge of the Ground cannot be had except by union and union can be
achieved only by the annihilation of the self-regarding ego.

Direct perception of unity is the very heart of mystic experience, accompanied by
powerful feelings of joy.

During the psychedelic session the nervous system returns to that state of flux and unity-
chaos of infancy.

Dying persons who had transcendental experiences developed a deep belief in the
ultimate unity of all creation. They often experienced themselves as integral parts of it.

Each molecule is a heavenly octopus with a million floating jeweled tentacles hungry to
merge, driven by internal pressure, sexual in nature, towards union.

Every detail is seen and rendered as a living jewel and all these jewels are harmoniously
combined into a whole which is a jewel of yet higher order of visionary intensity.

Experiencing one’s self as one with the universe or with God is the hallmark of the
mystic experience, regardless of its cultural context.

Experiences of oceanic ecstasy and cosmic union seem to be deeply related to the
undifferentiated states of consciousness that an infant experiences.

For creativity and sanity, man needs to have, or at least to feel, a meaningful relation to
and union with life, with reality itself.

Harmony involves a consciousness of the interwovenness of organic life and inorganic
life.

Hell consists not in being deprived of union with God, but in willful failure to appreciate
it.

Here, in the far-out frontier of quantum mathematics, physics and psychedelics meet
harmoniously.

Hidden behind explicit differences is implicit unity, the Self, the One without a second,
the what there is and all there is which conceals itself in the form of you.

Hindus and Buddhists prefer to speak of reality as “nondual” rather than “one”, since the
concept of one must always be in relation to that of many.

How can we preserve the freshness, illuminate each second of subsequent life? How can
we maintain the ecstatic oneness with others? (This refers to when the trip is over.)

If there be righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in the character, harmony in the
home, order in the nation, peace in the world.

If this potentiality were recognized and used, it would release for us unlimited strength,
unlimited talents, unlimited harmony and peace, unlimited love, unlimited beauty.

In addition to being instruments of philosophic revelation, mystical unity and
evolutionary insight, psychedelic drugs are very powerful aphrodisiacs.

In this state of cosmic unity, we feel that we have direct, immediate and unlimited access
to knowledge and wisdom of universal significance.

Inherent in the nondifferentiated unity of mystical consciousness is a profound sense of
holiness and sacredness.

Instead of effecting the union of God and the world, which is its central purpose,
Christian sacramentalism has kept the two apart.

It’s not that all things are in reality One because, concretely speaking, there never were
any “things” to be considered One.

Lack of awareness of the basic unity of organism and environment is a serious and
dangerous hallucination.

Leary insisted that the insane rat race was the real “narcotic escape” and that people
could find a new kind of harmony by “sanitizing” themselves with LSD.

Living experience of man’s inescapable union with the infinite abolishes the fear,
insecurity and pride underlying all evil action.

Looking at things bit by bit, we lose sight of the relationships and unities between the
bits.

LSD is a key to opening up sensory, cellular and precellular consciousness so that you
flow and harmonize with these different levels.

Magnificent revelations, both spiritual and philosophical, can occur marking the highest
union of experience and intellect.

Man falls when he becomes entangled in his own web of words, ideas, discriminations,
thus losing sight of the one and inconceivable reality.

Man’s obsessive consciousness of and insistence on being a separate self is the final and
most formidable obstacle to the unitive knowledge of God.

Many people have had the experience of a unifying vision in which the whole creation
seems to come together in unity.

Modern Church religion is little concerned with giving any consciousness of union with
God (mysticism).

Of utmost importance is the psychedelic peak experience which usually takes the form of
a death-rebirth sequence with ensuing feelings of cosmic unity.

On the level of ultimate unity, consciousness totally awakens to its original condition
which is also the suchness of all existence.

One can discover an all-encompassing sense of unity and interconnectedness with all of
creation.

Organism/environment is a unified pattern of behavior. (You are part of your
environment, not separate from it.)

Our mythologies preserve the hint of a way back, to the lost unity, though the price is a
form of death.

Pervasive feelings of the “All rightness of the Universe” and a humble gratitude are the
overwhelming emotional responses to union or communion with the divine.

Psychedelic experience emphasizes the unity of things, the infinite dance…You are the
wave, but you are also the ocean.

Purged and purified, the soul approaches union with the Divine. Light, love and joy have
become the only realities.

Strange mental results occur when the sex act is deliberately slowed down, prolonged
sexual unions.

That which delights us is the peculiar essences of things, and the intangible relation of
harmony which the essences, manifold in unity, bear to each other and ourselves.

The archetypal longing for a state of harmony with self, fellow beings, and environment
seems to me to be generally programmed into us.

The archetypal visions accompanying the experience of cosmic unity are of heavens,
celestial cities, paradisiacal gardens, and radiant divine beings. (eyes closed)

The birth of any new culture from the ruins of the old will depend on the discovery of
some principle of unity.

The Church is not a creative power in the modern world because Christians have, in
general, no consciousness of union with God.

The effect is to free the consciousness from the obstacles to true realization of universal
unity.

The end of human life is not action but contemplation or the direct and unitive awareness
of God.

The experience of cosmic unity has an unusual therapeutic potential and can have lasting
beneficial consequences for the individual.

The experience of cosmic unity is characterized by transcendence of the usual subject-
object dichotomy.

The full harmony of all qualities capable of teaching or delighting us may flow in at once
to ravish the soul.

The gift of union with God means that our mental and physical space-time life is given
the dimension of eternity.

The goal of life is “oneness” and it can be obtained only by loving. As Plato said about
2500 years ago, “The desire and pursuit of the whole is called Love.”

The Indians know about the harmonious non-destructive utilization of the land’s
resources.

The individual gains experiential access to the unitive states. This tends to change the
way of being in the world and the basic approach to life.

The individual has a sense of merging with the environment and feelings of unity with
perceived objects.

The individual regains his sense of being one with that Nature of which he is a part and
which is also the very ground upon which he stands.

The infinite includes the finite in a unity, non-duality, which does not obliterate
distinctions.

The joy of the spirit is available the moment pride is swallowed and the free gift of union
with God is accepted.

The longing of my soul to experience the Reality of Oneness with the Absolute was my
paramount hope and motivation in taking LSD—that some breakthrough might be given.

The LSD experience is all about merging, yielding, flowing, union, communion. It’s all
lovemaking.

The LSD experience spurs a driving hunger to communicate in new forms, in better
ways, to express a more harmonious message, to live a better life.

The mystic knows that in some mysterious and indescribable manner, God and his
universe are one.

The mystic perceives all things as one, all men as his brothers, all creatures as his fellows
and all matter holy.

The mystic vision is one of unity and modern physics lends support to this perception
when it asserts that the world and its living forms are variations of the same elements.

The original sense of the seamless unity of nature is restored without the loss of
individual consciousness.

The soul emerges into the radiance of the Divine Light and experiences spiritual rebirth,
salvation, redemption, resurrection, reunion.

The spirit, interiorly in a state harmonious to the celestial concourse, will be invested
with a spiritual body.

The substitution of interminable chatter for mystical experience or immediate realization
of our union with God is the basic reason why the Church has no spiritual power.

The trained guide can usually sense when ego-attachment threatens to pull the person out
of the unitive flow.

The true sage rejects all distinctions and takes his refuge in Heaven, in the basic unity of
the world.

The two worlds, the divine and the human, are actually one. The realm of the gods is a
forgotten dimension of the world we know.

The ultimate reconciliation with the universe comes from the insight that the totality of
existence forms a unified field or network which is experientially available to each of us.

The universe is perceived as indescribably beautiful and radiant; individuals feel cleansed
and purged and talk about redemption, salvation or union with God.

The universe of everyday life, which appears to us to be composed of solid, concrete
objects, is actually a complex web of unified events and relationships.

There can be direct, aesthetic acquaintance with the world as beauty or with the world’s
unity.

There can be the experience of merging with another person in a state of dual unity
(without losing sense of identity).

There is love in each human heart. We must learn how to release the love in our own
hearts. The great oneness of love becomes a reality when we flow into it.

There is no such thing as an abiding public morality without a general realization of
union with God. (You cannot shove morality down someone’s throat.)

There is simply energy in various intensities, durations, qualities, patterns: signals to be
received, changed, selected, filed, retrieved and harmonized.

Think of God as the one whose spontaneity is so perfect that it needs no control, whose
inside is so harmonious that it requires no conscious scrutiny.

This insistence on the inefficiency of symbolic religion for the ultimate purpose of union
with God has been stressed by all the Oriental religions.

Those who have experienced most keenly their union with God are intensely real and
unique personalities.

To be alive spiritually, man must have union with God and must be conscious of it. Apart
from this union, his religious life will be an empty drudgery.

To the cosmological eye, all things and all people are lovable, in reality, where they are
seen as of one Suchness and yet unique, incomparable.

True spirituality is based on deep realization of the unity underlying all humanity and the
entire phenomenal world.

Union with God does not have to be attained but realized because it is a present reality
from the very beginning.

Upon the certainty of this union with God depends the entire joy, power and world-
transforming character of the mystical experience.

We discover that there is some superior order harmonizing what seems to be conflicts at
the level of our normal individual consciousness.

We have lost the ability to feel nature from the inside and to feel the seamless unity of
ourselves and the world.

We will attain to knowledge of the universe through the spirit of truth and thereby to
understanding of our being one with the deepest, most comprehensive reality.

You can throw yourself flat on the ground, stretched out upon Mother Earth, with the
certain conviction that you are one with her and she with you.

You do not have to achieve harmony with life because you already have it. (Realizing
that is another story.)

Your emotions are profoundly affected and you feel that an indissolvable bond unites you
with the others.

You’ve climbed inside Einstein’s formula, penetrating to the ultimate nature of matter
and you’re pulsing in harmony with its primal cosmic beat.

A conception of the ultimate unity in being and consciousness of man and the universe is
common to all the main religious traditions and is based on the experience of the mystics
in each tradition.

After one sits gazing at a candle and feels that the flame and the hand and the music and
water running in the bathroom are the same “stuff” and after one experiences oneness
with all men, then one begins to understand the word “ineffable.”

An individual having a peak experience feels a sense of overcoming the usual divisions
and fragmentations of the body and mind and reaching a state of complete inner unity and
wholeness.

Any point from which one sees the one-ness is a center. That one point of vision is the
eye of God, seeing, glorifying, understanding the whole. One such moment of revelation
is the only purpose of life.

Clients who experience psychological death-rebirth and/or feelings of cosmic unity tend
to develop a negative attitude toward the states of mind induced by alcohol and narcotics.
This has proved extremely useful in the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction.

Ecstatic and unitive feelings of belonging, infuse the individual with strength, zest, and
optimism, and enhance self-esteem. They cleanse the senses and open them for the
perception of the extraordinary richness, beauty, and mystery of existence.

Every cell in your body is singing its song of freedom—the entire biological universe is
in harmony, liberated from the censorship and control of you and your restricted
ambitions.

Every person who has a genuine mystical experience reports that he sees the unity, reality
and infinity in space and time of all creation. He feels joy, peace and a sense of the
sacred. He knows that his experience is true.

I can gain insight into the nature of consciousness or experience, the meaning and
essence of being and the experience of harmony, the mystery of life, communion and
sharing, the delight of ecstasy. (Anyone can gain that insight. LSD is the best way.)

Ideation, images, body sensation and emotion are fused in what is felt as an absolutely
purposeful process culminating in a sense of total understanding, self-transformation,
religious enlightenment and possibly mystical union.

Immediate experience of reality unites men. Conceptualized beliefs, including even the
belief in a God of love and righteousness, divide them and as the dismal record of
religious history bears witness, set them for centuries on end at each other’s throats.

In the paradisal vision, the individual has a different sense of identity. It is not merely
itself, bounded rigidly by its own skin. Its identity is also the whole field, which, in
mystical terms, is to say that it is one with the universe.

Individuals who experienced the phenomenon of ego death followed by the experience of
rebirth and cosmic unity seemed to show radical and lasting changes in their fundamental
understanding of human nature and its relation to the universe.

Institutional Christianity has hardly contemplated the possibility that the whole point of
the Gospel is that everyone may experience union with God in the same way and to the
same degree as Jesus himself.

Internal unity occurs when consciousness merges with this “ground of being,” beyond all
empirical distinctions. Although awareness of one’s empirical ego has ceased, one does
not become unconscious.

Is it possible to celebrate the union of Heaven and Earth in a religion which has
consistently held that sexual love is disgusting and sinful except between married couples
for the sole purpose of reproduction?

It is an ecstatic state, characterized by the loss of boundaries between the subject and the
objective world, with ensuing feelings of unity with other people, nature, the entire
Universe and God.

LSD patients who had experienced profound feelings of cosmic unity frequently
developed a negative attitude toward the states of mind produced by intoxication with
alcohol and narcotics.

Male-female union is a natural biological and psychological vehicle for transcendent
experiences, a merging which can be more complete and intertwined than they had ever
dreamed possible.

Most people, it seems, who relax and “let go” have the universal experience of
discovering a single Reality, a oneness with all things, an identity with God, with the
Supreme Being, with the Higher Self, or whatever you wish to call it.

One transcends the ordinary distinction between subject and object and experiences a
state of ecstatic union with humanity, nature, the cosmos, and God. This is associated
with strong feelings of joy, bliss, serenity, and peace.

Our general failure to notice the inseparability of things and to be aware of our own basic
unity with the external world is the result of specializing in a particular kind of
consciousness. (Normal waking consciousness is just too narrow and limited.)

Paying exclusive attention to differences ignores relationships. It does not see, for
example, that mind and form or shape and space are as inseparable as front and back, nor
that the individual is so interwoven with the universe that he and it are one body.

Profound transpersonal experiences move the individual out of the narrow framework of
identification with the body-ego and lend to feeling and thinking in terms of a cosmic
identity and unity with all creation.

Religion to us is ecstasy. It is freedom and harmony. Kids should not let the fake,
television-prop religion they were taught as kids turn them off. The real trip is the God
trip.

Sexual union that occurs in the context of a powerful emotional bond can take the form of
a profound mystical experience. All individual boundaries seem to dissolve and the
partners feel reconnected to their divine source.

the clearly mystical sensation of self-and-universe as a unified field or process. The
sensation of man as an island-ego in a hostile, stupid or indifferent universe seems more
of a dangerous hallucination.

The current preoccupation with these latter-day mind modifiers ranges from a hedonistic
sensuality to a search for the highest of philosophical abstractions, from a tool for
deriving scientific data to a sacrament taken to achieve loss of self and union with the All

The ego entirely leaves out the polar unity of the organism with the universe, ignoring the
fact that the two are a single process. (The ego doesn’t actually ignore that fact in that it
doesn’t even know that it is a fact.)

The experience of fundamental oneness with the rest of creation increases the tolerance
and patience toward others, lowers the level of aggression, and improves the capacity for
synergy and cooperation.

The failure to accept the gift of union with God and the substitution of self-conscious
moralism for the contemplation of God in the here and now, are the basic reasons for the
present weakness of the Christian religion.

The function of the Church is not to be the world’s moral policeman, insisting on the
observance of various modes of conduct. The work of the Church is to share a sense of
union with God. (Will they ever wake up and realize that?)

The individual is feeling his relationship to the world exactly as it would be described by
a biologist, ecologist or physicist, for he is feeling himself as the unified field of
organism and environment.

The individual’s right of access to his or her own brain has become the most significant
political, economic and cultural issue in America today. Our states will never be united
nor prosperous until the generational drug war is ended. (That was Timothy Leary.)

The individual sees the world as incredibly beautiful, radiant, safe, and nourishing. This
is associated with a deep awareness of the spiritual and mystical dimensions in the
universal scheme of things and with a sense of oneness and belonging.

The laws and processes of our perception are a bridge which joins us inseparably to that
which we perceive—a bridge which unites subject and object. (There is no separation
between you and what you perceive. There is simply perception.)

The mind must be prepared and the conditions right for a profound mystical or religious
experience to occur. And even then, the drug user may go through a descent into torment
and even a seeming death agony before attaining joyous unity and rebirth.

The mystic’s subjective experience of his identity with “the All” is the scientist’s
objective description of ecological relationship, of the organism/environment as a unified
field.

The overcoming of the usual barriers between the individual and the Absolute is the great
mystic achievement. In mystic states we both become one with the Absolute and we
become aware of our oneness. This is the everlasting and triumphant mystical tradition.

The scientist of consciousness must have courage, take the drug himself, the courage that
comes from faith in your body, cells, the life process, conscious faith in the harmony and
wisdom of nature. .

The spiritual leadership of a stable and unified society must have access to metaphysical
knowledge, i.e., to an effective realization and immediate experience of the ultimate
reality.

The ultimate Ground simply “is”. Only when the individual also “simply is,” by reason of
his union through love-knowledge with the Ground, can there be complete and eternal
liberation.

The universe is not a collection of bits and pieces, divided in time and space, but is in
reality the metaphysical “One,” wherein everything is tied up with everything else in a
pattern which is absolute for the entire universe.

The Western man who claims consciousness of oneness with God or the universe clashes
with his society’s concept of religion. In most Asian cultures, however, such a man will
be congratulated as having penetrated the true secret of life. He has arrived.

There can be direct acquaintance with the world’s unity. This immediate mystical
experience of being at one with the fundamental Oneness that manifests itself in the
infinite diversity of things and minds, can never be adequately expressed in words.

Transformative experiences associated with positive emotions, such as feelings of
oneness with humanity and nature, states of cosmic unity, encounters with blissful
deities, and union with God, have a special role in the healing and transformative process.

What is needed today is a fundamental re-experience of the oneness of all living things, a
comprehensive reality consciousness. (All living things means all things because all
things are alive, even inanimate objects.)

What you are seeing and what you are hearing appear as one, the music assumes
harmonious shapes, giving visual form to its harmonies and what you are seeing takes on
the modalities of music.

A high does of LSD in the right circumstances brings you into contact not only with your
deep self but with other dimensions—extraterrestrial intelligence, a collective mind,
intelligent unity of life, living God, things that they don’t understand and can’t control
and don’t want free and available.

Adventurous painters and musicians discovered that LSD was a catalyst, an impetus to
startling new rearrangements of vision, to a bubbling, ecstatic, seemingly inexhaustible
pool of images and ideas, to a new-old kind of harmony between the artist and the
medium.

Here, the individual feels that he is experiencing the innermost divine core of his being.
His individual self is losing its seemingly separate identity and is reuniting with what is
perceived as its divine source, the Universal Self. This results is feelings of immediate
contact or identity with the Beyond Within, with God.

It is only after the person begins to return, begins to be reborn, that he becomes upset by
death and dying. In the earlier phase, when he really is dead, merged with infinite
oneness, there is no concern, only peace. (“Really is dead” means that the ego is dead and
if the ego is dead, then there really is peace.)

LSD subjects often arrive at the conclusion that no real boundaries exist between
themselves and the rest of the universe. Everything appears to be part of a unified field
of cosmic energy, and the boundaries of the individual are identical with the boundaries
of existence itself.

Man is going to get back in harmony with his body, with fellow man and with other
forms of life on this planet. Man is going to realize that consciousness is the key to
human life and instead of power struggles over territory and possession of weapons, the
focus of man’s energies is going to be on consciousness.

Metanoia is that profound state of consciousness which mystical experience aims at—the
state in which we transcend or dissolve all the barriers of ego and selfishness that
separate us from God. It is the state of direct knowing, immediate perception of our total
unity with God.

Psychedelic subjects regularly report experiencing events that seem to harmonize with
quantum mechanics. They speak of participating in and emerging with pure energy; of
witnessing the breakdown of objects into vibratory patterns, the awareness that
everything is a dance of particles.

Psychedelics expand attention. They make the spotlight of consciousness a floodlight
which not only exposes ignored relationships and unities but also brings to light
unsuspected details, details normally ignored because of their irrelevance to some
prejudice of what ought to be.

The individual in this state becomes deeply aware of his or her unity with other people,
nature and the entire universe and with the ultimate creative principle or God. This is
accompanied by an overwhelming positive affect that can range from peace, serenity and
bliss to an ecstatic rapture.

The person feels a deep connection with the innermost spiritual core of his or her being.
The illusion of the individual self fades away and the person enjoys reunion with his or
her divine Self, which is also the Universal Self, the cosmic source of all existence. This
is a direct and immediate contact with the Beyond within, with God.

The person is at one with the universe. In his mystic selflessness he awakens with a
feeling of rebirth, often physically felt and he is provided with a new beginning, a new
sense of values. He becomes aware of the richness of the unconscious at his disposal; the
energies bound up in and by repression become available to him.

The therapeutic results transcended anything I had ever witnessed. Difficult symptoms
that had resisted months and even years of conventional treatment often disappeared after
experiences such as psychological death and rebirth, feelings of cosmic unity and
sequences that clients described as past-life memories.

The world is now seen as an infinite diversity that is yet a unity and the beholder
experiences himself as being at one with the infinite Oneness that manifests itself, totally
present, at every point of space, at every instant in the flux of perpetual perishing and
perpetual renewal.

There appears to emerge a universal central perception, apparently independent of the
subjects’ previous philosophical or theological inclinations. It is that behind the apparent
multiplicity in the world of science and common sense, there is a single reality, infinite
and eternal, all beings united in this Being.

To men and women who have had direct experience of self-transcendence into the mind’s
Other World of vision and union with the nature of things, a religion of mere symbols is
not likely to be very satisfying. The perusal of a page from even the most beautifully
written cookbook is no substitute for the eating of dinner.

We are largely cut off from this Deep. The stress on ego controls, rationality, focusing
outwardly rather than inwardly, have prevented us from hearing the full range of
dissonances and harmonies of human existence. Our present lives are empty, lacking in
depth, substance and direction.

In the transpersonal domain, where psychological and spiritual growth are one,
psychedelics appear to be powerful tools for the investigation of consciousness; they
could enable us to expand our understanding of the human mind and the nature of
creative consciousness. A willingness to question our assumptions and to keep an open
mind with respect to potential benefits and potential hazards is essential.

Indians experience the collective unconscious as an immediate reality, not just as an
intellectual construct. It is significant that this experience of shared consciousness holds a
most important place in the society. In fact, as a sacramental ritual, it is the basis of tribal
unity because it proves and confirms the supposition that every person in the tribe is the
same as every other person in the most fundamental way.

Squeeze the stone until it becomes soft as cotton. The guide then may induce an empathic
relationship, telling the subject to “Let yourself go into the stone, let yourself dissolve
into the stone. Be one with the stone, so that you understand it and so that it understands
you.” By such means, experiences of empathy are made possible for persons who never
have had even remotely similar experiences before.

The average Westerner is naive about nonordinary states of consciousness and has many
misconceptions and prejudices about some of the experiences that are potentially the
most healing. We try to convey a clear message that such phenomena as death-rebirth
sequences, archetypal visions and states of cosmic unity are absolutely normal and that
having them in no way implies pathology.

Transpersonal experiences, especially in psychedelic experiences, do not always occur in
a pure form. Embryonal experiences can occur simultaneously with phylogenetic
memories and with the experience of cosmic unity. These associations are rather constant
and they reflect deep intrinsic interrelations between various types of psychedelic
phenomena as well as the multileveled nature of the LSD experience.

We were dealing with a powerful aphrodisiac, probably the most powerful sexual releaser
known to man. The effect was sensory—contact was intensified thousand-fold but also
deeper. The union was not just your body and her body but all of your racial and
evolutionary entities with all of hers. It was mythic mating. Neurological union. Cellular
sex. Archetypes merging. It was the direct reliving of thousands of matings.

We’re not just our bodies. That’s an illusion. Our physical forms are just a temporary
condensation of consciousness in material form. This one consciousness is our true
identity, and we all know this deep within us. I know that you know that we all know that
we are one. We’re all just playing this game. In ordinary reality, we’ve deliberately gone
to sleep on this knowledge.

When we consider the activity of a modern city, it is difficult to realize that in the cells of
our bodies, infinitely more complicated processes are at work—ceaseless manufacture,
acquisition of food, storage, communication and administration… All this takes place in
superb harmony, with the cooperation of all the participants of a living system, regulated
down to the smallest detail.

All patients, said Grof, apparently moved through similar levels during their sessions.
They passed first through aspects of their own life experiences—birth, childhood,
adulthood—and then into experiential realms described in mystical traditions,
experiences of ego-death and rebirth followed by “satori”—the dissolution of ego-
boundaries and the loss of duality, an unfolding awareness of cosmic unity, a sense of
Oneness.

The thing that most aroused my interest was the tone and contents of what my classmates
who had taken the drug were saying. They talked to each other in stunned, excited voices
about love, sharing, identity, unity, death, ecstasy—topics not generally discussed by
psychology students except with cynical flippancy or heavy academic seriousness—but
certainly never from experienced confrontation, as was happening now. (That was Ralph
Metzner.)

A person realizes his oneness with the Universal Consciousness.
All beings are the mask of the one, divine Self.
All sensations are in their essential agency, one.
Divided matter and form becomes unified pattern-in-process.
Emotionally, there is a profound feeling of oneness.
Freedom is to eternity, to oneness.
He experiences himself in complete harmony with a total absence of anxiety.
He has been blissfully united with the ground of the universe.
Heaven is union with God. Hell is separation from God.
His religious and sexual interests could be combined. It’s an ancient union.
In the Kingdom of Heaven, all is in all, all is one and all is ours.
In this universe, there is one great energy and we have no name for it.
Indians and peyote—Communal feelings of unity and brotherhood are intensely felt.
Intense unitive awareness of external stimuli can set off revelatory imagery.
It is not an organism in an environment, but a unified field or process, a single behavior.
It is the very ground of mysticism that God and man are at essence one.
It makes him one with truth.
Liberation never comes without the realization of the Oneness of Self.
Man and his present experience are one (not separate).
Man is one with nature in a seamless unity.
Man, nature and God are one reality, are of one Suchness.
Nature is differentiated unity, not unified differences.
Non-duality is the “dimension” in which explicit differences have implicit unity.
One of the great purposes of an LSD session is sexual union.
Order, beauty and discipline, harmony and cooperation, exist already in nature.
Physical union can be one expression or manifestation of cosmic union.
The appearance of the world takes on a sweet and beautiful oneness.
The drugs induce valuable states of self-transcendence and mystical unity.
The ecstatic and unitive states represent the very essence of true healing.
The essence of mystical religion is the consciousness of union with God.
The fact of union with God simply is, whether realized or not.
The gold of the alchemists is not money but that golden experience of unity and totality.
The harmony of heaven will come upon you.
The immediate experience of the One and the Holy is the supreme gift.
The infant has a sense of omnipotent oneness with all that it sees and feels.
The Infinite One is communing with this illimitable soul of yours to lift it higher.
The life of worship and meditation is not the getting but the enjoyment of union.
The light and dark are transcended through being seen in terms of a dramatic unity.
The motion of ocean waves harmonizes with our very breathing, the breathing of eternity.
The nature of the one reality must be known by one’s own clear spiritual perception.
The object is to draw closer to a oneness with God.
The realization of union with God is the only source of creative virtue.
The Self finds itself in its original unity and bliss.
The soul begins to float upward toward the restoration of primeval unity and peace.
The subject experiences the world as transfigured and unified.
The ultimate change is the “you” that you imagine and the real “you” merging into one.
The ultimate reason for human experience is unitive knowledge of the divine Ground.
There is an essential unity underlying all of humanity and the material world.
This sense of oneness is a natural state, the only true natural state for man to be.
Total deliverance comes only through unitive knowledge.
True identity is indivisible oneness, beyond negativity and dualities of any kind.
Trust in the unity of life and in your companions.
Trust the tide-force pulling you into unity with all living forms.
Unitive consciousness is the goal of all religions and philosophers of mind development.
We are all one, intimately united in our eternal energy.
We are all one. We are all leaves on the tree of life.
We are multi-dimensional beings, yet we are One.
We awaken to the vision of unity consciousness.
We’re all one, but not the same.
What we call “things” are no more than glimpses of a unified process.
You will experience the harmony and beauty of nature as deity.
You’re in pulsating harmony with all the energy around you.

All of us look at each other knowingly, the feeling that we knew each other in that most
distant past, the realization that we are and always have been one.

Everything is in flux, flowing together toward becoming One, toward the eternal
Synthesis.

I participate in a kind of harmonious and convincing equilibrium, in the way everything
truly is and how everything should be.

I’ve been born again. There is no limitation to freedom. Freedom is to eternity, to
oneness.

He knows himself to be one with all, for he is no longer separating himself from the
universe be seeking something from it. (He realizes that he can’t separate himself from
the universe because he IS the universe.)

All day, in wave after wave and from all directions of the mind’s compass, there has
repeatedly come upon me the sense of my original identity as one with the very fountain
of the universe. I have seen, too, that the fountain is its own source and motive and that
its spirit is an unbounded playfulness which is the many-dimensioned dance of life.

I float down the torrential stream of timelessness, one with it.

As I watched a wooded section I was surprised to find the branches of the trees flapping
as a bird does, only in harmonious slow motion.

Celestial music of inexpressible beauty seemed to make the rhythm of the universe, of the
melody and of our movements one.

I belonged within peace and unity and wild joy, within something greater than my own
life or the Life of Man, to Life itself! To God, if you want to put it that way.

I felt a certain reunion with thoughts and sensations that were pure, as if they were being
experienced for the first time.

I felt a warm oneness with all that live, a marvelous unity and harmony with the very
universe itself.

I felt my filaments infiltrating the tangled web of their essence bodies. I surrendered to
the ancient process and felt the embracing union.

I had never before seen, touched, tasted, heard, smelled and felt so profound a personal
unity and involvement with the concrete material world.

I had the notion that “this is it,” “this is the moment of truth,” “I know that everything
leads to this,” “this is complete harmony and ecstasy.”

I saw then that there were dimensions to life and harmonies and deeps which had been for
me unseen, unheard and untapped.

I wanted to feel the color of a purple glass and I seemed to be one with the soft glowing
purple.

I was learning that all things are one, and all things are a part, an essential part, of my
being.

I wept without restraint, knowing that within my heart, love and beauty and God had
become one.

I wonder if I’ll ever feel such harmony again with any group of people as I felt with the
throughout that day.

In all of his “relations to externals” he experienced a heightened sense of “unity and
harmony.”

Now that this breakthrough of consciousness had occurred, a new level of harmony and
love was available.

Psychedelic drugs give me a sense of harmony and beauty. For the first time in my life, I
can take pleasure in the beauty of a leaf; I can find meaning in the processes of nature.

Sensitivity to others and their problems was stimulated by the drug. It grows naturally out
of the experience of unity.

Status and classification appeared as mere superficial differentiation, in the light of the
harmony I saw among all beings.

Suddenly there was white light and the shimmering beauty of unity. There was white
light everywhere, white light with a clarity beyond description.

The chair was warm, breathing, alive against my back. The chair and I were breathing as
one.

The journey to the home and youth of the soul, it was everywhere and nowhere, it was
the union of all times.

The world and its occupants seemed enormously beautiful and harmonious and I was
included within that general harmony.

This unified divine vision seemed to be what she had been craving and waiting for her
whole life.

When the ego-personality was ripped away completely, what was left was “purest love”
and a sense of oneness with all living creatures.

After they had discovered and experienced feelings of cosmic unity in their sessions, they
realized that the state they had really been craving for was transcendence and not drug
intoxication. (Drug intoxication means narcotics and alcohol, not psychedelics.)

Every atom of my body and soul had seen and felt God. The world was warmth and
goodness. There was no time, no place, no me. There was only cosmic harmony. With
every fiber of my body I knew it was so.

Having experienced the great power within me, having gone back over my life, and
having recognized the oneness of all things, I was ready for the greatest of all
experiences, the oneness with God.

He fell into an inward ecstasy and it seemed to him as if he could now look into the
principles and deepest foundation of things. He gazed into the very heart of things and
nature harmonized with what he had inwardly seen.

Perfectly harmonious, luminously alive, the rose was looking at Aldous and Aldous was
looking at the rose. There was perfect communication between the two—and complete
silence.

We had entered the cosmic state. It was divine. It was expansive and harmonious and
beatific and one. I was alive! For the first time in my life I understood what it meant to be
truly alive.

I felt entirely in harmony with myself and the whole world… for a few seconds of such
bliss one would gladly give up ten years of one’s life, if not one’s whole life. (One who
has not taken LSD will find that hard to believe. One who has taken LSD and cannot
relate to that did not have the real LSD experience.)

I felt that I was part of some intricate, unified network that was all-inclusive and eternal
and I felt that in that place I would continue to exist in some form forever. My belief in
the finality of death was undermined by an event that was so real it could not be denied
and I could no longer believe that death was the end of everything.

I now felt I had had some direct experience of the ineffable realms of union with God,
and I discovered that my dissatisfaction with conventional religion was not due to the
death of God, as some theologians proclaimed, but rather to the impoverished concepts of
God, currently in vogue.

In sheer delight, I began to dance on this enchanted carpet (really a lawn) and through the
thin soles of my moccasins I could feel the ground becoming alive under my feet,
connecting me with the earth and the trees and the sky in such a way that I seemed to
become one body with my whole surroundings.

My understanding of mystical teachings, both Eastern and Western, Hindu, Buddhist,
Christian, and Sufi alike, took on a quantum leap. I became aware of the transcendental
unity at the core of all great religions, and understood for the first time the meaning of
esoteric states.

People came out of these sessions reeling with awe, overwhelmed by experiences of
oneness with God and all other beings, shaken to the depths of their nature by the
grandeur and power of the divine life-energy processes going on within their own
consciousness.

Slowly, I felt the physical and energetic resistance between us give way. There was still a
solid form, but it was now somewhat fluid, like mercury. Then I felt the boundary
between what was me and what was him dissipate, and I merged totally into him. I felt a
complete oneness with him and his spirit, as though I’d gone right into his body.

There was unity and life and the exquisite love that filled my being was unbounded. My
awareness was acute and complete. I saw God and all the saints and I knew the truth. I
felt myself flowing into the cosmos, levitated beyond all restraint, liberated to swim in
the blissful radiance of the heavenly visions.

Was I going mad? Did the psychedelics rob me of my senses? No. They brought me to
my senses. The world around me—people, scents, colors, sounds—all was intensified. I
never knew how keen my senses were! And that other sense—the sense of oneness with
all creation!

We walked around the garden together. It was like walking in Paradise. Everything was
composed and harmonized. I felt I had never really seen this garden before. I was
enchanted with each plant, leaf, flower, tree trunk and the earth itself. Each blade of grass
stood up separate and distinct, edged with light. Each was supremely important.

A curtain was lifted and I saw the magnitude of life and was totally absorbed by it. The
moment lasted just a minute or two, but it embraced a lifetime. I suddenly understood the
cliché of oneness, that everything in the world is connected and part of a Whole, and that
that interlinkage is a truer characterization of the relationship of things than that of me
and my body being separate from all other mes and their bodies.

All at once, everything appeared in an uncommonly clear light. Was this something I had
simply failed to notice before? Was I suddenly discovering the spring forest as it actually
looked? It shone with the most beautiful radiance, speaking to the heart, as though it
wanted to encompass me in its majesty. I was filled with an indescribable sensation of
joy, oneness, and blissful security.

I remember being particularly struck by the joy of hearing music as I never had heard it
before. I could laugh at my old self-image, which included “not being musical.” I was
deeply moved by each piece of music that was played. As I listened without distraction,
each one evoked a different aspect of my psyche, and at the center of each was the perfect
still point of pure being where one could experience union with God.

I thought about the things I had studied in religion, and about how much more of it
seemed to make sense now. I had somehow touched what Jesus, Buddha, and others had
been talking about. Formerly confusing phrases out of various scriptures came to me and
each seemed perfectly beautifully clear. I became aware of a harmony and wholeness to
life that had previously eluded me. Disconnectedness was very clearly illusory….

I was experiencing how consciousness manifests itself in separate forms while remaining
unified. I knew that fundamentally there was only One Consciousness in the universe.
From this perspective my individual identity and everybody else’s appeared temporary
and almost trivial. To experience my true identity filled me with a profound sense of
numinous encounter.

It was as though a veil had been stripped away and certain things had become suddenly
self-evident. I realized that there was just one force in the universe. There is only one
energy and that is consciousness. And there is only one consciousness, one mind, and we
are, in fact, one with this, which means we are all one. I felt this was a revelation of the
true nature of reality.

My familiar reality had cracked; a vast new reality that promised liberation from death
and meaninglessness lay before me. I believed that if everybody saw what I now saw
there would be peace on earth. The demons of hate, violence, illness and war would be
banished back into Pandora’s box. The scales would fall from humanity’s eyes and we
would recognize that we are one, and that we are eternal.

She lay down on the grass in a field beneath a bright sun and soon was living out an epic
of creation in which she identified with “the Great Goddess—Mother Earth”. Her
experience of this identification began when she first became aware that “for some time”
her body had “no longer existed in its usual limited form” and that now she was “one
with the earth”.

His visions were vivid in color, always harmonious.
I felt a deep union with God.
I felt a wonderful new optimism and a sense of peace and harmony and letting be.
I felt the great oneness of all things.
I felt us uniting at the roots.
I saw that I, like everyone, was linked to this one mind and that it was beautiful.
I surrendered to the ancient process and felt the embracing union.
I was filled with an indescribable sensation of joy, oneness and blissful security.
I’d turned into the cosmic harmony.
LSD gave a sense of bliss and oneness with life.
She had experienced the unity of all existence.
Spiritual ecstasy, religious revelation and union with God were now directly accessible.
Subjects experienced religious exultation and sensations of being one with God.
The home and youth of the soul was everywhere and nowhere, the union of all times.
There was no time, no place, no me. There was only cosmic harmony.
They said that they felt themselves “reborn” to a new sense of unity and harmony.

a high state of consciousness in which man finds union with the ultimate reality of the
universe

a profound mystical or religious experience involving elements of death and rebirth,
cosmic unity or communication with God

a religious experience, a feeling of oneness with God and the universe—the point at
which the individual is overcome with joy and good will

a religious experience, a oneness with the universe, insight into oneself and all other
mysteries

a religious experience culminating in a sense of total self-understanding, self-
transformation, religious enlightenment and possibly mystical union

a sense of social unity which civilized man has long since lost (Just how civilized is man
without a sense of social unity?)

a sense of unity or oneness with internal and external processes which can be ecstatic and
exalting

a special kind of feeling or intuition or realization—a sense of the oneness of all things in
their divine principle

a union beyond the realm of duality, where to be and not to be God presents no
contradiction

a unity of things, a sort of movement that goes through everything and is beyond
everything

a very vivid perception of an undifferentiated unity underlying, not merely the world, but
the total cosmos

a vivid sensation of the mutual interdependence of his own behavior and the behavior of
his environment, so that the two seem to become one—the behavior of a unified field

a way of life in which the original sense of the seamless unity of nature is restored
without the loss of individual consciousness

a yogic practice called Tantra, where ritual sexual union is used as a vehicle for inducing
spiritual experiences

alterations of perception which enable us to see ourselves and the world in their basic
unity

an experience of merging with the environment and a sense of unity with perceived
objects

an undifferentiated unity wherein the knower, the knowledge and the known are
experienced as a single reality

an overwhelming reaction in which an individual comes to experience himself in a totally
new way, a transcending feeling of being united with the world

direct experience of self-transcendence into the mind’s Other World of vision and union
with the nature of things

direct spiritual experiences, such as feelings of cosmic unity, death-rebirth experiences,
encounters with archetypal entities, visions of light of supernatural beauty

fear—is only because we do not really believe in the gift of union with God (It is the ego
which fears and doesn’t believe.)

feelings of spiritual rebirth and unity with other human beings, the entire universe and
God

feels unified with the creative source from which we came and of which we are each a
part

forests, gardens, lakes, beaches good for tripping, getting a sense of the world’s beauty
and of the subject’s harmonious place in the overall “scheme of things”

had unitive states in which you melted into the cosmos and felt yourself to be part of an
interconnected web of consciousness

immediate perception of the eternal Unity, the experience which mystics universally
testify

increased vividness of color, visual harmonies, change in depth perception, sharper
definition of detail, changes in time sense, especially listening to music

is no longer an emotionally charged ego, but finds himself an element in the given reality
which is not an affair of objects and subjects, but a cosmic unity of love

makes possible an ever deepening knowledge of the mystery of human—that mystery
which merges ultimately and becomes one with the Mystery of Life itself

man and cosmos as a single living organism, as a harmonious process of interrelated
events

profound feelings of interpersonal communion and unity which endow every action with
beauty and significance

realizes that the whole universe is his body, a marvelous interrelated harmony organized
from within itself rather than by interference from outside

rebirth into a broadened understanding, in which acceptance of unity displaces the
anxiety of separateness

sees man’s unity with God in an ontological and natural principle in which all beings are
metaphysically one

self-understanding, religious enlightenment, mystical experience, harmony with the
universe and with other persons

something not of this world, something alive in spirit and in truth a sense of harmony and
wholeness

state of consciousness in which the individual discovers himself to be one continuous
process with God

that all his experience of the world, together with the world itself, subsists in some kind
of unifying and intelligent continuum

that his experience of the world, together with the world itself, subsists in some kind of
unifying and intelligent continuum

that Jesus was a man like ourselves who had an overwhelming experience of cosmic
consciousness in which it became completely clear to him that “I and the Father are one”

that the Self breathes out scattering all galaxies into the sky and breathes in, withdrawing
all things to their original unity

that union with God is a free and universal gift and that consciousness of it is presented to
us in the Eternal Now

that unitary state of divine harmony, an existence in which only the sense of wonder
remains and all fear is gone

the beneficial potential of mystical experience in stimulating the ability to feel and
experience deeply and genuinely with the full harmony of both emotion and intellect

the conscious experience of unity behind the diversity of phenomena—said by sages and
mystics of all centuries to be the most blissful and uplifting of human experiences

the consciousness of that ever-present and all-pervading harmony “which we hear not,
because the coarseness of the daily life hath dulled our ear”

the dramatic self-conception whereby the One plays at being the Many and the Godhead
lets itself be forgotten in pretending to be each individual being

the emotional reaction to the fragmentation of differentiated forms—to be engulfed in
ecstatic unity

the experience of transcendence and union with that which is apprehended as lying
beyond the multiplicity of the world

the hitherto unconscious unity of life—a unity grounded in the fact that God is man’s
interior and not exterior center

the infinite moment when we immersed ourselves in the waters of our deepest selves, one
with the universe, the rhythm, the energy, one with the pulse of existence

the insight that the totality of existence forms a unified field or network which is
experientially available to each of us

the insight that what is divided in terms, that is, in thought and language may be united in
fact

the modification of consciousness until it ceases to be ego-centered and becomes centered
in and united with the divine Ground

the mystery of mysteries, the One in plurality, the Emptiness that is all, the Suchness
totally present in every appearance, at every point and instant

the mystic non-self and the mystic self-experience, flashing in and out between the two,
the flashing in and out between pure egoless-unity and lucid non-game selfhood

the rapture of union, to snap out of the trance that sustains the illusion of our separation
from everything around us

the realization of that ultimate standpoint from which “anything goes” and which “all
things are of one suchness”

the sage or “divine-man” whose consciousness transcends the opposites and who,
therefore, knows himself to be one with the cosmos

the spiritual warmth of radiant energy, to become one with the energy, to become the
energy itself, free at last

the state of radiant unity—there is only one network of energy, everything a
manifestation of the single pattern

the Tao an integrated, harmonious and universal process from which it’s impossible to
deviate

“the transcendent unity of religions,” the notion that underlying all the world’s greatest
religious traditions, there is a single and shared transcendent vision of the Divine

the truth that the creative and meaningful life is impossible without some realization of
union with God

the white light of the void, the ecstatic union that comes when you’re completely turned
on, beyond the senses, beyond the body

this immediate mystical experience of being at one with the fundamental Oneness that
manifests itself in the infinite diversity of things and minds

to be delivered out of separate selfhood in time and into eternity as realized in the unitive
knowledge of the Ground

to become aware of feelings of love and unity with nature of which he could never have
dreamed

to open herself to joy, peace, love and being, to permit herself to be irradiated by them
and to become one with them

to speak of reality as “nondual” rather than “one”, since the concept of one must always
be in relation to that of many

to throb in harmony with the energies radiating on the sense organs the mark of a sage,
holy man, a radiant teacher

to touch that universal, to taste it, to touch the mystery, to touch the One, to touch the
divine

to wear out one’s intelligence in order to unify things without knowing that they are
already in agreement

understood the Cosmic meaning of all nature dances and how man and nature merge into
one

what all of us have always been, a part of the divine substance, a manifestation of love,
joy and peace, a being identified with the One Reality

a body so keenly aware that its whole surface and every sense is an erogenous zone,
restoring too, the sensation of oneness with the external world which we have forgotten
in learning to adopt our social roles

a sense of merging with another person into a state of unity and oneness, retaining
awareness of his or her own identity (One can also experience being another person, even
someone from ancient history.)

direct spiritual experiences, such as feelings of cosmic unity, a sense of divine energy
streaming through the body, death-rebirth sequences, visions of light of supernatural
beauty

freedom from the learned cultural mind, the freedom to expand one’s consciousness
beyond artificial cultural knowledge, to move from constant preoccupation with the
verbal game, the social games, the game of self, to the joyous unity of what exists beyond

opens to conscious awareness a wider, clearer, more complete view of the world—an
unhabitual, unified and undistorted “new look” which is the basis of the creative capacity
and problem-solving ability

orgiastic feelings of cosmic proportions, spiritual liberation and enlightenment, a sense of
ecstatic connection with all of creation and mystical union with the creative principle in
the universe

the impossible paradox and supreme truth that perception is or at least can be, ought to be
the same as Revelation, that Richly shines out of every appearance, that the One is
totally, infinitely present in all particulars

the revelation of a unified cosmology, no longer sundered by the ancient irreconcilables
of mind and matter, substance and attribute, thing and event, agent and act, stuff and
energy

the state in which we transcend or dissolve all the barriers of ego and selfishness that
separate us from God, the state of direct knowing, immediate perception or our total unity
with God

assertions of having known the origin and goal of history, of having found the answer to
the ancient query, “What am I?”, of having intuited the harmonious structure of the
universe, of having experienced the primacy of love and the brotherhood of man, or of
having realized the reality of life that transcends temporal death

greater spontaneity of emotional expression, reduction in depression and anxiety, less
distance in interpersonal relations, more openness to experience, increased aesthetic
appreciation, deeper sense of meaning and purpose in life, and an enhanced sense of unity
with nature and humanity

a clear understanding of the oneness
a consciousness of perfect harmony
a cosmology not only unified but also joyous
a dancing, joyous harmony of energy transactions
a feeling of unity of all energy, the ecstatic of all in one, all superficial differences gone
a harmony that ravishes the sense of sound
a higher unity
a metaphysical unity underlying differences, underlying the world
a mysterious unnamable One
a mystical experience of unity with all of life
a mystical state, the unification of all immediate experience with “God”
a mystical unitive consciousness
a profound mystical experience of unity
a pure feeling of ecstatic harmony with all beings
a purely spiritual religion that seeks the unitive knowledge of the Absolute Godhead
a reality which is not an affair of objects and subjects, but a cosmic unity of love
a sense of connection or oneness
a single, eternal and harmonious energy—exuding a sense of joy and love
a state of blissful merging and undifferentiated unity
a state of complete rest and harmony
a sudden biochemical “unifying” of perceptual constancies
a unified world view with meaning beyond that drawn from empirical reality
a unity beneath the masks of social roles
a unity of attention, all attention focused on one subject
a unity of essence
all conflicts subordinated to a superior unity
all the revelations ever wrapped in ONE
an experience beyond time, of union with the divine Ground
an intense experience of cosmic unity
an organic and unitary vision of the universe
an underlying unity which our ordinary thinking and feeling do not grasp
attaining joyous unity and rebirth
aware of our natural interdependence and “oneness”
awareness of action happening in a unified field
becoming one with the cosmic vibration-bliss
being one with the body and with the whole realm of natural experience
blissful passivity, ecstatic, orgiastic, undulating unity
break through into that realm of pure oneness
colors…exquisitely deep hues, and astonishingly harmonious in their juxtaposition
complete deliverance into union with the divine Ground
cosmic oneness
cosmic unity, oceanic feelings
direct acquaintance with the world’s unity
discovered and experienced feelings of cosmic unity
discovery of the mind’s unity
ecstatic, orgiastic, undulating unity
ecstatic rapture, transcendental peace and serenity, a sense of cosmic unity
ecstatic union
episodes of oceanic ecstasy, unitive cosmic feelings or a sense of overflowing love
episodes of positive oceanic feelings and blissful unity
eternal union with the infinite reality
experiences of merging with another person into a state of dual unity
experiences of rebirth and cosmic unity
experiences of the world as a system of total harmony and glory
experiencing the mystical unity of all creation
exquisite, intense, pulsating sensations of unity and love
feeling a unity of all life
feeling the complete harmony of everything, both inside and outside
feelings of infinity and eternity, tranquility, serenity, purity and unity of all opposites
feelings of profound unity
feels blissfully united with the objects of the outer world and also with fellow humans
genuine immortality in union with the timeless, eternal Godhead
grow into union with the Good that is beyond good and evil
growth, spiritual experience, insight, harmony
harmonious ascent
harmonious system of energy exchanges
harmony with the universe and other persons
has experienced the unity of all things in mystical vision
his experiencing of the universal harmony
how man can get back in harmonious interaction with nature
in a harmonious dance with the external world
in harmony with the vibrations
In the infinite, in the eternal and infinite, in mystery, part of it, all one
increased self-esteem and feelings of oneness with other people and nature
insight into the inherent unity and peace of prelogical forms of being
integral threads in a fabric where dark and light are harmonized in perfect beauty
integrated, harmonious system of energy exchanges
internal unity
into the depths of consciousness to become One with the Self
joyous harmony
knowing and feeling that the world is an organic unity
merging, yielding, flowing, union, communion
music an important unifying and deepening element in the sessions
mystic oneness
mystical feelings of unity
mystical unifying consciousness
mystical union, liberation from ego and space-time limits
mystical union with the divinity
mysticism the realization of one’s union with God
oceanic feelings of unity
one with the pulsing of all life
operating from a higher unifying center of personality
our one locked body moving in its perfect dance
overwhelming feelings of love, gratitude and oneness
powerful rituals of taking plants in an atmosphere of reverence and harmony with nature
psychedelic visions of harmony, love, and trust in the sweet, divine energy of creation
psychic harmony
“psychological empathy”—the psychical at-oneness with the object
realization of the all-pervading, unitive energy process of which he is a part
restores the original state of unitary consciousness
return to the undifferentiated unity of the Godhead
reunited with the Ground of my Being
revelatory clarity, shimmering unity
seeing and being the oneness of all life
seen in perfect harmony
sensations of unity and bliss
simultaneous awareness of unity, diversity and interconnecting relationships
spiritual ecstasy, religious revelation and union with God
spiritual liberation, revelation of the ultimate truth, oneness of all existence
sublime harmony
that enjoyment and perfection of union with God which is man’s true end
that infinitude of harmonious complexity
that real oneness with God
that state of blissful, energy-infused, intoxicated oneness
that the unitary principle of all systems be considered as their form or pattern
that unitary state of divine harmony
the apprehension of an Ultimate Unity with which the seeker unites or identifies
the sensation that the external world is continuous with and one with our own bodies
the clean unity
the consciousness of union
the deep mystery of one suchness
the direct visual confrontation with the unity of all men, the unity of life
the dissolution of ego boundaries, prized by mystics as a step toward unitive perception
the divine union
the ecstasy of this union
the ecstatic sense of being one with divine truth
the essence of the total harmony
the experience of cosmic unity
the experience of death and rebirth, union with the universe or God
the experience of fundamental oneness with the rest of creation
the experience of union with the Great Mother
the grand harmony of God’s infinite creation
the grand harmony of universal law
the harmony and wisdom of nature
the harmony of creation
the harmony of wisdom and indeed wisdom in harmony
the healing potential of unitive ecstatic states
the highest state of complete unity and pure egoless energy
the holy sense of unity and revelation
the immediate experience of the world as beauty, mystery and unity
the implicit concord and harmony which underlies the explicit discord and conflict of life
the incredible complex unity of the evolutionary process
the intellectual vision of Truth, the immediate, unitive knowledge of the divine Ground
the joys of being in harmony with the beat of life
the mutuality and bodily unity of man and the world
the mystic state of One Single Reality
the mystical consciousness of being at one with the infinite Oneness
the mystical union with its sense of “I am you-We are one”
the “oceanic ecstasy” of the cosmic union
the one and true Self
the one divine reality
the one thing that makes spiritual life possible and meaningful—union with God
the one undivided cosmic web
the One without a second, can attain the pure essence of the Undifferentiated Unity
the oneness of all energy
the oneness of divinity, the oneness of divine essence
the primordial fact of unity
the primordial undifferentiated unity
the principle of polarity, of the inner unity of opposites
the profoundest feelings of mystical union
the pure flame of unified experience
the radiance of unitive Knowledge
the radiant bliss of at-one-ness
the realization of the unity of the world
the recognition of fundamental unity underlying the world of separate beings and objects
the recognition of oneness
the riddle of time and mortality solved by the unitive, turn-on perspective
the return to primal unity
the sense of connection and fundamental unity with the world
the sense of cosmic unity
the sense of oneness with nature regained
the state of radiant unity
the stem and the root where, under the surface, we are one
the supreme ecstasy of mystical union
the timeless harmony of these peak moments
the total experiential fusion of mystic unity
the transcendental mystical unity of all religions
the true union of the mystic and the man of science
the truth of our given union with God
the truth that union with God is given to man both as individual and as society
the ultimate and basic unity
the ultimate cosmic unifying principle
the ultimate perfection of a total union with the Godhead
the underlying unity of all existence
the unified energy field
the unified field of cosmic energy, this fundamental energy
the union within ourselves and union of ourselves with the rest of the universe
the unitary mystical experience
the unitary or nondualistic view of the world
the unitive experience
the “unitive” experience of the mystic, the transformed sense of the self
the unitive knowledge of God, the Godhead
the unity of inner experience
the unity or inseparability of the one and many
the vision of Harmony
the vision of the total union of the spiritual and physical domains
this mystical sensation of “unity with the cosmos”
this smile of unity
this state of unity of the individual self with the universe
this unified and timeless mode of perception
to achieve union with their divine essence (or your divine essence)
to discover the Ultimate Unity
to experience the ecstatic unitive states that have the greatest therapeutic potential
to harmonize his life with the Reality he senses
to rediscover the universe as distinct from a mere multiverse
to return to the original state of unity
to see this multi-differentiated world as a unity
truths seen in the splendor of their own harmonious beauty as an intuition
ultimate reunion with the ultimate Ground
undifferentiated and unitive experiences with a great potential for healing and integration
union with the Divine
union with the divinity
unitve awareness of external stimuli, can set off revelatory imagery
unitive consciousness
unitive knowledge of Suchness
unitive mysticism
unity with divine radiance
unity with that state of perfect enlightenment
unity with the “absolute”
unity-in-diversity
universal harmony
universal unity
until at last he achieves the very depths of his being and the luminous vision of the One
visions of harmony and brotherhood
visual harmonies
when one is united at one’s deepest level with the source level of reality
when the human nature is united with the divine

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