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My intentions was to return to that rather frightening but nonetheless undeniably intriguing place where I had been on my last trip A bizarre brain wrapped around the universe mode This time I was equipped with a greater degree of understanding of the place due in part to conversations I had had and in part to my own realizations in integrating the details of the last trip Only a double dose of LSD this time but it was quite enough Again the start time was late at night I lie in bed My brain and body beginning to prepare for a nights sound sleep little did they know of what was to come Shortly I began to stretch out in my bed much as a dragon would awaken at the scent of battle I felt the wind Not the physical wind in the atmosphere but the psychic wind that permeates all things it swept through me awakening with a tingle the dormant energy within me I began to writhe in its glorious unearthly currents The visuals emerged separating out from their usual role as scaffolding in the structure of reality and exposing themselves for my manipulation They were part of me It wasnt long before I was again the conductor of an alien orchestra the orchestra of my brain My first reaction was a sense of horror because I had forgotten the hellish feeling of physical emptiness I had associated with this before the feeling that all is an empty illusion and the only truly existing thing was just a brain thought process that happened to be in a particular configuration in a pre-determined cycle Instead of seeing the world I saw the underlying reality behind the world namely the tissue behind the retina a total deconstruction of reality into the ugly raw input I was a mere detail a mere surface expression of this inevitable program But this time it
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