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Transsubjectivity is the term used by Stace to describe the common connection outcome whereby the individual perceives themselves to make contact with, merge with, a transcendent subjective reality outside their personal self.[1] In LP terms, the apprehension of, and experience of Connection with The Fabric

Syncretic Terms Unity Experience

Connection > Connection Experience > Unity Experience > (Transsubjectivity, Unity Consciousness)

List of LP Connection Experience Types

Connection Experiences > Activation Experience, Aesthetic Experience, Ascension Experience, Birth Experience, Clearing Experience, Completion Experience, Death Experience, Deep Flow, Diminutive Experience, Dream Experience, Flow Experience, Forced Connection, Healing Experience, Intuitive Glimmering, Nadir Experience, Peak Experience, Plateau Experience, Push Experience, Rebirth Experience, Restorative Experience, Union Experience, Unity Experience, Zenith Experience


The individual, having suppressed all empirical mental content, arrives at a pure unity, a pure consciousness, which is also the pure ego. It might be supposed that what he thus reaches is his own individual pure ego. But he reports the further fact that this self, which seems at first to be his own private self, experiences itself as at once becoming one with or becoming dissolved in an infinite and universal self. The boundary walls of the separate self fade away, and the individual finds himself passing beyond himself and becoming merged in a boundless and universal consciousness.[2]

The poem I Am/We Are is an expression of Kensho, the initial realization that one's true identity arises from the Spiritual Ego.


  1. Stace, Walter Terence. The Teachings of the Mystics. New York: Mentor, 1960.
  2. Stace, Walter Terence. The Teachings of the Mystics. New York: Mentor, 1960.