Means "mind manifesting." It is used to describe the state of consciousness typically experienced while under drugs
such as LSD
- consisting of various stages of ego-release and an often startling alteration of perceptions.
This word is also applied to the writings, art, movies and music that are inspired by or that enhance the psychedelic experience.
The term was coined by psychiatrist Humphrey Osmond, MD who was disatisfied with the old term used to describe the experience "psychomimetic" which alluded to the experience replicating psychosis.
I experienced oneness with the universe and discovered God during a psychedelic experience.