As I find my eyes fixed, immersed into the blue mural that shrouds us all, I feel my body leaving. More rather, wait, myself leaving my body. The bliss encumbers me, leaving me so far into the blue I cannot even fathom the way living was before. There I find a door; I felt like two magnets trying to push into each other opposite ways when I got up to the door. I coerced myself to open the door anyway. It all had a very vehement element, and it crept up like a vine on a dilapidated church. Yet, I found myself able to embrace it. The feeling left me completely revered. I never could go back. I felt whole. I was at home. Here I am, in the Blue Immersion, and everything is the way it is supposed to be.