I've done research on this question and I've found people who have said that there auras bring feelings of well-being, intense serenity, bliss, and “enhanced self-awareness.” They are associated with the impression of time dilation, and can be described as a mystic experience by some people
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member... yes I hear you John, I've been a mental health therapist for kingsborough psychiatric hospital for some time now I've seen and heard alot of things. but one of my personal practices that I stick to is never dismissing a client's experience. Only that client knows his or hers experience. I'm not connecting auras to God john, however who's to say they aren't.... personally I do not no, the only thing that I can articulate is how my experiences make me feel, do I know the totality of the auras reality, no I do not.. I don't think anyone does and that leaves alot of room for alot of questions lots of answers just lots of everything
Yes, yes, yes. I consider it the blessing in epilepsy. During one seizure, while I was unconscious and therefore medically incapable of "thinking", I experienced a blissful union with the ALL. There was no time, no space, nothing but a feeling of deep connection with a vast oneness. It profoundly changed me. Epilepsy opens the door, but it is not what you find behind the door. That is real.
Its like having a massage at first, as in 5 min or so then it takes control of how you perceive things and after a while you could get tired, energetic, or get a headache. I compare it to a canal lock. You go inside and it will either raise or lower your energy based on your bodies needs.
When I have one it is de ju vue some times. Some times confused. Euphoria also.
Yes good point for some reason time gets altered some how. Its undescribable
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