How does the enlightenment feel? It feels like correctness, that every passing second is correct.
“I think I am very consistently enlightened, but sometimes to a small degree. Occasionally also it feels I am not at all ...
I feel very very different than before I hit this state. In a way it’s so difficult to explain because it’s in the background ... It’s not that there is a change in things that happen. The canvas that the thoughts are painted on changed to a different fabric ...
When did you notice this change? Probably throughout the acid trips ...
It feels like delight. It feels like correctness, that every passing second is correct. It feels like a lot of fun. It feels like creativity and engagement. Not necessarily how I directly interact with the world, but the way It feels to think thoughts. It feels like thoughts are things I am watching walk along the street, down the road, in the distance.”
From the interview with
Hopefully helpful critique
The surveys are very noisy way to gather information. People don’t have a clear knowledge of what they want or who they are.
- This is documented in findings from – one of the main figures who established user research for the tech world. Main idea: don’t listen to user feedback, look at their reactions.Jakob Nielsen
- This is also part of the findings from Everybody lies. What the internet can tell us about who we really are