Events of the deep psyche can involve “the destruction of traditional and habitual patterns of perception and understanding, including religious belief structures and socially accepted concepts of the nature of human existence and behavior.”
Then you wake up the next morning and . . . what?
The words are from psychotherapist Alex Lukeman, in his review of Edward F. Edinger’s book Encounter with the Self. It does not surprise me that Lukeman is himself a near-death experiencer.