Thoughts on Peak Experience

I began my career as a motivational speaker. This peaked my interest in life coaching, spirituality, positive thinking, success, personal power, and issues related to “self-help” and personal enlightenment. Over the years I have gotten to meet many extraordinary people. Occasionally I receive a gift in the form of an e-mail full of life and wisdom. I recently received such an e-mail from a deep thinker and world traveler named Vicky Kapatos. The letter she wrote was very kind and enlivening and I wanted to share it with you.   Enjoy, Lewis Harrison – ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Dear Lewis, I just read your definition of the peak experience and I got shivers down my spine as you put it in such an eloquent way and decribed it so perfectly how I experienced it that it blew me away.  I wanted to share my experience with you as you hit the nail on the head.  Thanks so much. Regards Vicky  My three peak experiences were so profound they changed my life and “blew” me away. They made an orgasm feel insignificant or mild. The peak experience which I call the mystical experience as I am spiritual but not religious, was so ecstatic that I felt unified and unseparated and “whole” with the world. An intense love agapi not eros takes over your being and you transcend ego but ego is still there in a refined state. It’s seriously amazing and hard to explain. Only to people that have had them know what you’re on about.  So it can be a lonely experience trying to explain to people what they are without sounding weird.  So I usually shut my trap about it, only at appropriate seminars, workshops I will discuss if it is raised. One happened with an ant on the ground on a bush walk feeling serene and sunbathed as I was walking in nature, I looked down and saw this bull ant which I nearly stepped on accidently. I raised my foot and an immediate sensation took over where the ant I were one and unified and an intense love for it took over me. Deep compassion and love for this creature permeated my consciousness This lasted approx 2 minutes. One happened with walking on the beach very early in the morning waiting for the magic of sunrise, the sun was me and I was the sun and I felt a deep protection and blessing. This one was so intense I had to surrender almost in prayer on the sand. The other with a beggar on the street near the sacred temples of Mahabalipurum Chennai India, when I looked into his eyes I saw his soul. Again I was him and he was me, not separated. Deep love and compassion for him and I were one. My husband had to take me back to the hotel as I was and “spun” out by it in awe. The effect it has is profound.  It intensifies humility, compassion and empathy and helps you surrender to a greater force than you as you are not separate from the world, humanity and nature. It all becomes one living consciousness and you are of it and in it. Hard to explain using platitudes, it really is an experience, words do not do it justice. Vicky PS I was not on any mind altering substances in these experiences. I am wary of anyone that tells me they’ve had a peak experience on drugs. Then it’s not the real thing. Only in a natural state can this truly occur. Drugs are a poor mimic of a true potential The peak experience is what I believe helps in self actualizing or self realizing. Everybody has it in them its a matter of trying to assimilate the ego into doing things that really matter to our true nature, experiencing by leading an authentic life, which ​I have been trying to do for over 30 years now.​  No one should ever think they are special having one of these as you are not.  God does not discriminate. The peak experience is a small taste of the ecstasy of God ​for me​. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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