The religious experience comes in different forms. Many people simply feel GOD's presence in the world and in their lives, and experience it revealed through the various phenomena: both those in the outer world and those within their souls. Some have called it the “divine sense” (sensus divinitatis), which, like the other senses that reveal to us the earthly reality, gives us access to the divine reality. Not everyone is rested in this sense, and there are those with whom he has degenerated, and as a result they doubt his existence and claim that those who feel GOD are nothing but imagining or hallucinating. But equally, if most of humanity were blind or deaf, they would probably doubt the words of those who see colors or hear music.
These doubts would not, of course, at all raise the confidence of those with sound senses, because it is clear to them that they are experiencing the truth, even if they cannot show it directly to the degenerate senses.
There are also extraordinary religious experiences, flashes of enlightenment, inspiration, a kind of vision of prophecy, the revelation of sublime beings, a glimpse into other worlds, and the like. Sometimes they appear in unusual situations, such as near-death experiences or meditative contemplation, and sometimes they land on the person without warning. As for them, the skeptics claim that they are hallucinations, but those who have experienced them are convinced of their truth even after many years. Those who have had such experiences can only feel sorry for the blind who have not had it, and who because they have not seen, try to claim that no one has seen.