I know yogis can get to levels where they enter bliss states... I wonder if this is the beginning of what they're talking about. My mind hasn't felt this relaxed and good in eons. Even when I was putting on a good show, promoting a good attitude and living as well as I could, there was a strain in the Ajna chakra. There was psychological sadness from this, where I would still overthink, and just not feel as good as I knew was possible.
There were two devils throughout this whole journey. The first was the entity, which I still hold to be true, knowing well from my studies that entities sometimes attack kundalites as they open, it does happen. The second was the inner devil, which I guess represented the psychological barrier in the mind that I probably have just transcended. Remnants of its "presence" have popped up a couple of times since this literal breakthrough, but only for a second or so, and do not frighten. Psilocybin, it looks, was the answer to a pressing psychological concern that confused my channel, caused pain, and led to dissatisfaction.
I think what I might have been stuck in was Rudra Granthi, which is the psychic knot of the Third Eye. Perhaps I need to keep going to perceive this better, but that is my current suspicion. There are 3 granthis, or knots, in kundalini yoga. The Muladhara Granthi is "Brahma", the Anahata Granthi is "Vishnu", and this one ("Rudra") is of Ajna - each has to do with a corresponding construct connected to holding onto unwanted attachments. Others I guess have been broken by changing habits, ideas and conduct, but this one, if this theory holds true, required a chemical kick. Again, I will reflect on these ideas later and see if I still agree with them.
I don't feel like my mind is suffering as much, and I fret less about things that once concerned me - that's one thing. Perhaps I will do another channeled video with my tarot cards about some random topic, once I see enough of this massive shift play out, and know it to be true. Today I enjoy a new level of stillness, and a happy, calm brain.