Q&A: After deep meditation
Sometimes after meditation I touch things and find that they are not solid; they are fluid. They lose their solid state. What does this mean?
Actually they do not lose their solid state. After a deep meditation, when you touch a wall or some other solid object, if you feel that it is soft and that you can penetrate it, you have to know that your consciousness has become identified with the consciousness of your surroundings. When you have come out of a deep meditation and touch something, you can feel your own consciousness in that thing. The solid object has accepted you and embraced you; it has opened its heart's door to become one with you.
When I touch someone from my highest consciousness, that person may not be in his highest consciousness. His mind may be roaming here and there. But if I consciously identify myself with that person, immediately I can enter into and become one with that person's consciousness.