Romains, Jules - eyeless sight
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Jules Romains – Eyeless sight
As the heterocentric regional visions appear, the field tends to become circular or better spherical.
But the subject ……… has the greatest difficulty in becoming conscious of this circular field. More or less extended sectors of this field appear to him in glimpses, in a fugitive way, and preferably when he is not thinking of it; for example, while he is engaged in discerning an object placed in front of him, he will get a brief glimpse of an open window behind him, with the reflections of its panes, the dark bar of its sill and the shining blue of the sky.