This suggests to me that you have acquired
> an unusually heightened sense of the reciprocal
> nature or your inner and outer worlds - one that
> you seemed to have concluded must carry over from
> DMT into your mundane interacts which DMT has
> somehow informed you are far less mundane than
> previously imagined. How am I doing on
> Sounds pretty good to me PBB! It also brings to
> mind a passage from a Rosicrucian publication I
> quoted in DMT & My Occult Mind, in respect of the
> pristine normalcy of the pineal gland. Just my
> personal perspective, but it seems to me that
> exogenously administered DMT does alter that
> pristine normalcy, evident as a very subtle but
> ultimately significant increase in my stream of
> consciousness. I can see how and why in some
> individuals that could prove unwelcome. For me, I
> feel it’s increased my imaginative capacity and
> promoted a greater tendency for playfulness.
PBB - that's something to do with the unbearable lightness of being.
One reason why I am interested in aya/DMT is because of the relationship to the Pineal AND the fact that one of my most memorable episodes involved what I am sure, in hindsight, was a Kundalini activation experience that began with the sensation of a switch being turned on in the physical centre of my head - that being the general location of the Pineal.
I presume that you are aware of how this diagram may fit it, not that the Kundalini convergence point is in the same highly specific anatomical region : [en.wikipedia.org] . What finally sold me, on the idea that my own experience had something to do with this, were the two energy circuits seen in the same illustration: As soon as I felt the 'switch' go on I felt these two countervailing energies which somehow combined to elevate my consciousness into a very real experience that I would describe as being 'in heaven' on earth. Big takeaway: those Hindus really know their stuff.
I count that as the most joyous day of my life, yet I am also quite sure what triggered the experience is different to what most describe as a DMT experience - an inner journey so compelling that one wants to close one's eyes and tune in. I was very much engaged with the outer world at the time of this episode.