During the year 2010 I was admitted in a psychiatric hospital and my doctor told me that I was experiencing a psychosis. Although, there were delusionary moments I have a strong feeling that what I was experiencing was in fact spiritual. I say this because as of the summer of 2009 I started hearing voices in my head that told me the most incredible stories and that almost all of the time they were not negative, but instead a lot of fun.
Furthermore, I saw energy flowing around in my apartment and I see the same energy sprouting out of objects and people as well. The colors and their intensity have changed over time, since I am taking anti-psychotic medication. The medication influences these experiences in my opinion.
I see subtle aura's everywhere and when I look at clouds I recognize "life forms" and it almost seems that the clouds are somehow dancing together. Furthermore, when I close my eyes I see black and white squares in my head that form a cone into my head. At other moments I have vision of other worlds that are incredible for the most part, but also leave me with many questions.
Also when I look at wood or even at the pavement I see life - kind of like vines and more twirling around. Not as people know life in general, but it seems very spiritual to me.
It is easy to say that because the masses do not experience this that it is crazy, but the way I look at it is that people who are dealing with this are in contact with another dimension or it's the sub-conscious sending a strong message. I feel that many people who are experiencing psychosis are dealing with other dimensions and because of their fear of it and/or the difficulty in matching it with the "normal" realm, they are delusionary. In other words it is my feeling that many of these individuals do not need or do not need as much medication, given that they receive the right guidance.
It would be helpful for me if any of you have any interesting insights, thoughts or experiences. I have already started writing about my experiences, but I am very much interested in hearing the experiences of others.