"This summer has been like living in the twilight zone." I said that to one of my sons and he looked puzzled. "The Twilight Zone" was an old Rod Serling tv show I liked... and it always left you shaking your head and saying, "What? What happened?" It always left you wondering .....what was real and what wasn't and had you fallen into another dimension.
Waking up on a mountain in the woods is the opposite. It is grounding. And it grounds you.... in nature, beauty, and serenity. It reminds you what is real. Sunrise, sunset like clockwork. Big Sky full of leaves soon to change colors and fall, like clockwork. Quiet water. Stillness. Less wondering. A small step back in the direction of Knowing.
Stepping out of the twilight zone is a good step to take.