I don't question that you had an spiritual 'experience'. Many have them.Let me share with you as best I can the most powerful mystical experience that I have had.
I had just put the baby down for his nap and was sitting on the couch catching my breath before doing the chores that I had to do as the house person in my family.
All of a sudden I had an infinite awareness of all of the entities that exist! I felt the LOVE being shared by all of us and was aware of each and every entity that is sharing eternity with me.
This only lasted a brief time but is the core of what I accept as reality, knowing that this level of consciousness can't be held while focusing on the mundane very well but on the deepest level of my being it is always there.
What I question is why has that person had that specific experience? Has it did any good for them and has the sharing of that experience did any good for any one else? Where did the experience come from? How would I define the experience from hearing about it?
This statement is plausible.. "All of a sudden I had an infinite awareness of all of the entities that exist!" I had an 'awakening' one time when in the fifth grade. I woke one day to see the sun rise and I realized that this would happen till I died, a repetitious rising and setting of the sun. It sorely depressed me for days. Than one day I had a thought that the rising and the setting of the sun were good things in my world. It gave all of life a chance to live one moment and relax the next. I felt better. But I have always carried an extreme consciousness since than of how unlikely it is that the earth was set in just the most absolute right position by chance, to produce life so that we humans are here to see sunrises and sunsets to define our lives by.
This part of your experience gives me reason to wonder... "..I felt the LOVE being shared by all of us.." Love is usually the last emotion a person will feel for any one they meet. Indifference, not caring, anger, negative emotions are usually what we feel from others. Understand my question? You claim to have felt something, an emotion that isn't within our setting of reality. For me, I judge the relevance of spiritual awakenings to how they compare with our reality. Having a spiritual awakening that doesn't have connections to things happening to or for us are a different type of experience as I define it. An example would be if I had an experience as you did but what I felt was the hate of humanity, not their love. See what I mean?