That's where faith comes in. Plus, god touched my heart, so I know.
Or something like that.
The alleged "God experience" is indistinguishable from SPAG (self-projection as god), hallucination, over emotionalism, make-believe/imagination, and superstition.
Wow. That statement is as un-provable as when theist say God is real.
If I am wrong, prove your statement.
Actually it's not unprovable. The question depends upon what one's standards of evidence are and
what one's definition of "prove" is. The claim that one has had an "experience" with a God is testable. In these cases God believers believe that their deity actually manifests in reality. If this is the case then we should be able to detect this deity. Yet we don't. And thus, the claim is fundamentally indistinguishable from someone who is fibbing, lying or in error about having said experience. Furthermore, with the mass of examples of human beings being mistaken or in error, stretching the truth, or outright lying about their alleged supernatural experiences the claim requires more than just a "b/c I said so" statement to establish that something real
actually occurred in accordance with their claim. I know this might worry you b/c you believe in telepathy but I'm sorry. That hasn't been demonstrated either. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. There isn't even ordinary
evidence for an alleged "God experience". Lots of people throughout history have attempted to use this "I said so" argument to justify all types of absurd, irrational, or immoral actions. There is simply no sound reason for thinking that other
people are somehow "special" and have received some divine accommodation (for one b/c the reasons given to think that a deity exists are either irrational or incoherent). Someone can choose to believe
they had some divine experience but those claims are a dime a dozen and without any further method for demonstrating such claims there is a far better chance that said person is (at the very least) in error regarding their interpretation. Again, people are wrong about all sorts of things all the time (on a grand scale) where they attempt to engage in self-diagnosis of one kind or another. Senses fail. Memory fails. Rational/critical thought fails. This is part of the process of evolution. Our cognitive faculties have an uncanny ability to mislead us. On the bright side, that wonderful thing called The Scientific Method (with the use of logic, reason, and evidence) is there to aid us in avoiding mistakes (especially when it comes to extraordinary claims of the supernatural, miraculous, or mystical).
Finally, I can speak from first hand experience that "God experience" claims are no different (aka - indistinguishable) from heightened emotion and SPAG/self-talk. Furthermore, I can also compare that experience with literally hundreds of other ex-Christians who understand this phenomena quite well too - the "hearing/feeling of the Holy Spirit", the 'speaking in tongues', the "still small voice of God", the "Spirit tugging on the heart" etc. These are all completely natural experiences and there simply is no sound reason for thinking otherwise. Of course, Occam's Razor is an aid here as well. The explanation with the least assumptions is the methodologically natural
one (and David Hume's Treatise on Miracles is an aid as well). So, I think it has
been "proven" (in as much as we can 'prove' anything) that these alleged experiences of "God" by Christians are indistinguishable from superstition.