I think that the psychedelic experience has given me far more insight into the true workings of the universe than any sermon ever has. It just becomes that like, you begin to realize all the microcosms and analogies within this universe. Just like the beautifulpatterns you visualize in the midst of a trip, you begin to notice the infinitely complex organization of it all. I have recently been pondering the idea that every single process that occurs in this universe; both physical and abstract; from the most molecular changes to the most cosmic, are all analogous to each other in some way. Within every situation, I believe it is possible to find microcosms of other things occurring on a much greater scale. It is as if the universe is one great pattern with infinite patterns within it and outside of it, and infinite patterns within all of those, and so on. The universe is just a massive paradox.It is possible to find evidence of this theory all around you in everything that you do. For instance, in chemistry, nature favors entropy and low potential energy. However, I believe those laws apply not only to chemistry, but to the whole universe. There are plenty of examples of this within politics, society, and our own lives. Perhaps this is why mankind has consistently failed to create the perfect government; if government was perfected, there would be world order, but the great laws of the universe do not allow that to happen. Natures wants disorder. Perhaps this is also why no empire has ever stood the test of time. Throughout history, it has been shown time after time that when a nation becomes too powerful, it crumbles. It has happened before to the Roman Empire, Napoleonic France, the U.S.S.R., and Nazi Germany. Nature works against high potential energy. Even the stars do not last forever; they run out of hydrogen, become too massive to sustain, and collapse upon themselves.There are analogies to everything happening in society and the universe everywhere. Simply look at the way youth cliques interact with each other; it very much mirrors the way our society works. If you keep an eye out for these types of similarities, you will begin to realize the interconnectedness and infinitely complex organization of everything within this universe.