On the Cross
The visionary euphoria, therefore, experienced by a Saint is like a memory. The memory of God is the euphoria and the ecstasy is the life of the spirit. Ecstatic spiritual euphoria then is a duality. Similarly the spirit, God and the life of a Saint have almost a third dimension, the forth dimension, the reality in time. To live in the present is to live in your angel. Euphoric and ecstatic experience is like the normal high experienced from an exiting or transcendent emotional experience. Naturally to experience, happiness as with the one memory we carry around with us like a well, worn love letter is something lodged as if in another part of the brain. You will find with people who lack memory from any kind of physical, emotional or psychological reason will sometimes recall one moment. If we were to play mind games with ourselves and think about the one very idea needed to describe our whole life, the very thing our life pivots on, this euphoria will suggest the simple unconscious desire to be human. The one moment is then a question of existence and becomes existential. The one moment, a memory and existence of the memory could therefore explain spiritual ecstasy.
Space-time and three-dimensional, ideas in space or the Earth in the present as a projected understanding of time is the duality of memory. Gravitational waves included in a proposed weight almost describe the understanding of Jesus Christ needed to understand the void. The three-dimensional sculpture of the Bernini's The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa similarly describes the void and a blessing of the Saint. The way sculpture falls in space and hangs there like the Earth in history presents the unexplained mysteries of Christ. Christ almost exists in memory of himself on the Cross.