One has to wonder though, how long something like this can last. I think I found out that three weeks was my max for riding the high. I don't feel totally disconnected now, which is different. I started to back slide and stopped doing a lot of the positive things I had started to develop into habits. Without going into my thoughts about it, I'll say this depressed me. I seemed to be able to pull myself out of the rut with practices. I can notice an elivation in my mood just from doing a short period of sitting meditation.
When I mentioned this experience to one of my friends, he said everyone goes through this. You have highs and lows. Its just important to not dwell on the lows. I also think its important to bring something back with you. If there's not some kind of permenant change, then its not worth too much.
I believe the key to becoming a master is to continue to cultivate this states of high energy, and bring them closer together and make them last longer. I would like to think that eventually this becomes a sustainable state of being. I guess I came to this conclusion when I realized that must be what really successful productive people do. They throw themselves into a state of high productivity and high creativity and find ways to hold themselves there. They build there lives around that.
I think it makes sense.