Perspective | Virtual reality meditation: Awe, avatars and psychedelic designs
Placeholder while article actions load In January, I sat on a mountain, savoring the panorama. I could hear soft music, and crystals swirled in and out of my mouth with every inhale and exhale.Several feet away, a boulder projected a beam of light into the sky, and rocks in the distance produced the same beams. This signaled that other people were on the mountain, which gave me a sense of connection – a rarity during the coronavirus pandemic.
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