So I was tripping on acid the other day and listening to Alan Watts. I had been thinking a lot about the topic of karma, non-duality, consciousness, etc. leading up to this experience but the whole idea of karma never really made sense to me. The idea that there is a cosmic justice system seems pretty absurd. The idea of cause and effect also did not seem reasonable because human morals aren't something that would factor into a mechanical system. During the trip, however, I realized that karma is based on the idea that every action involves other action. That everything manifests its existence as a vibration between polarities. So for example, if I get a white piece of paper and draw a black pattern on it, that pattern isn't just the black part or the white part. The two aspects are working together to manifest a design. So in the same way space and matter work together. You can't have just space without matter or just matter without space. In the same way, you can't experience comfort without also experiencing discomfort. The feeling of comfort is the crest of the wave and the feeling of discomfort is the trough. But that wave couldn't exist without both the crest and the trough. The larger the crest, the larger the trough, and vise versa. The same is true of consciousness and unconsciousness. Every sort of existence in the universe is a vibration between two opposites. Some opposites vibrate between each other very quickly like noise and silence when they are creating a song. Some rhythms have a very long vibration like life and death or even the birth and death of a universe. They are still rhythms just like your heartbeat though. So this is why in Buddhism it is said that desire is cause of suffering. Because if you desire comfort then you are simultaneously desiring discomfort because the two require each other. If you want to experience love then you also need to experience indifference because feeling the lack of love is the only way you would know what love felt like. So if you desire something then you are also desiring the experiences that go with and define it. I was able to see during this experience that everything that had ever happened to me is exactly what I wanted. It's just that I was unconscious of it at the time. I was under the illusion that the crest of an experience could exist without the trough. Pretty mind blowing. This also goes hand in hand with the idea that the universe is one field and that your true identity is the entire universe. So you're not John Doe but actually God experiencing itself through trillions of life forms at once. Any thoughts on this perspective?