Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome

Hello God!

Thank You for creating Inspiration for an artists. I am lucky to see and feel a piece of art by Simon Augade. The installation was in the palace La Roche-Jagu garden, Brittany, France.

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“‘Who in the world am I?’ Ah, that’s the great puzzle!” says Lewis Carroll’s Alice. I was asking myself the same question, when I was inside this strange building. The first sensation was dizzying in my head.

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“Alice-in-Wonderland syndrome is a neurological condition where a person experiences a complete distortion of perceptual reality. They experience acute visual disorders relating to shape, size, colour, and the relationship of objects. They are confused by everything they perceive”. My condition was described by these symptoms.

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The second sensation was uplifting freedom, my spirit was aspiring to the skies. Understanding a temporality of the material things was natural and acceptable without doubts.

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“I have built the box which lid is light. This building engages all of my senses, all my involvement … I thus created a space that insulates, while finding myself at the foot did not belong to me,” French artist said about his Masterpiece.

Who in the world am I? I am living spirit in the body I own in the space and time. I am you, your joys and your sorrows, your memories and ambitions, your sense of personal identity and free will. I am your face and yours is mine. Thank you for this possibility to live.

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12 thoughts on “Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome

  1. I love the following quote: “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, but spiritual beings having a human experience.”

    Oh how we can experience deep feelings thanks to the way we were created by God! A beautiful post…

    Clayton

      1. I wish I could take credit for it, it’s a cool saying…You take care and enjoy your day!

        Clayton 😉

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