You hold in the hit, and your eyes roll into the back of your skull.
The sounds floating around you deaden in your ears, and all physical feeling escapes you. You forget about your friends staring intently.
You forget about where you are and why you’re there. You forget yourself.
Colors shift in front of you (well, the idea of “you,” that is, since you are outside the boundaries of ego), and then the full spectrum, seen and unseen by the human eye, bursts into...