I have never claimed anything to be divine. I go the other way and say there is no such thing.
It is all natural.
I care if my beliefs are true. I don't care if you do or not.
Just saying that you care if your beliefs are true doesn't mean you do (just like just saying
that you experienced X extraordinary thing [telepathy, 'cosmic consciousness'...whatever] and that your interpretation of it is accurate doesn't establish that it is). Why even bring it up here if you aren't interested in actually putting your hypotheses to the test? Even further, with the amount of human error that has been demonstrated over time, along with your personal diagnosis of said experience (although we've already been over this), why aren't you practicing skepticism toward it (such as being critical of your own claim, interpretation, memory, etc - and posting that self criticism in detail here) instead of posting mere hypotheses and unconfirmed conjecture for attempted support? As others have noted, these are signs of confirmation bias.
If all you're going to come back with is, "Well, I can't provide evidence for it to you but I know what I know" then it's quite clear that you do not
care if your beliefs are true.
Btw, I know you don't care what others think about your personal beliefs. That is exactly the problem.
Here's more evidence of confirmation bias:
I don't care of the evidence against.
Anti-science I see.