Visual exposure to inner mechanics of consciousness

A crude analogous representation of the visualization of the brains mechanics.
Visual exposure to inner mechanics of consciousness is the experience of being exposed to masses of visual geometry comprised entirely of innately readable representations which subjectively feel as if they convey the inner mechanics that compose all underlying neurological processes. These processes often include concepts such as the structure of one's neurology, identity, memories, perspectives, emotions, and general cognitive functions. As a direct result of this, the organization, structure, and programming behind a person's conscious mind are felt to be conceptually understood through the perception of these geometric forms. This is generally interpreted by those who undergo it as visually perceiving the supposed inner workings of either "the universe", "consciousness", or "reality". During the experience, some users feel as though the effect is capable of bestowing specific pieces of information onto them regarding the nature of reality and consciousness. These specific pieces of information are usually felt and understood to be a profound unveiling of an undeniable truth at the time. Afterward, however, they are often found to be meaningless, nonsensical, or delusional. Although, genuine lessons or coherent messages can occasionally be taken away from these experiences. It’s extremely important to note that the scientific validity of these lessons is very uncertain and should never be immediately accepted as true without an extremely thorough and sober analysis. Perceived exposure to inner mechanics of consciousness is often accompanied by other coinciding effects such as ego death and high level geometry. It is most commonly induced under the influence of heavy dosages of sedating psychedelic compounds with high amounts of hallucinatory content, such as psilocybin, ayahuasca, DMT, and 2C-C.

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