I am not making any claims though? You are the one talking about having god experiences as communion with your personal deity and profound love and light etc.
I am not saying you are being arrogant and prideful, these words are strong and harsh to be applied to you, but there is certainly a hint of it because you don't seem to recognize that you are one the carrying the burden of proof of here by making claims of having God-experiences, not me.
You vindicate what I just said. I don't think you are taking this discussion in the right spirit and have gone on the defensive, that to me itself indicates you cannot be somebody who repeatedly experiences god and love and light. Else, shouldn't you be patient, compassionate, open, calm and tolerant? All I have said to you is that you you need to substantiate your claims, and that has been enough to stir you up and turn quite aggressive.
It lends further credence to my argument that somebody who has experienced "God" and regularly experiences profound love and light, and who describes themselves as "arrived" would not be spending their time on this forum to look for people to tell their experiences to and certainly will not be engaging in internet feuds, they would be out there in the real world dedicating themselves to eradicating suffering of the world.
I would like to give you a lesson from a leaf of Buddha's book. When Buddha was affronted by an angry father of one his disciples, verbally abusing him and criticizing him, the Buddha just sat there calmly and unperturbed, with the same serenity on his face as before. After the father had tired from his verbal assault, the Buddha said to him handing him a fruit in his hand "If I give you this fruit, but you do not take it, is the fruit with you or me" The angry father taken aback at the question replied "If I do not take it, it would be still with you" The Buddha replied, "Yes, similarly all the personal attacks you have given to me, I did not take them, so they are still with you"
Only just recently I met a friend in the pub, and I discussed a relationship problems I was having. I was asking for his honest advice, but I had no idea that he was going to use this as an opportunity to completely destroy me. He lectured me, criticized me personally so severely that his bombast lasted for about an hour. Anybody else would have become angry and walked away or started to argue with him. But you know what? I agreed with every word he said. I saw sense in everything he had said and realized how selfish I was being in the relationship and how I did not truly deserve to be with them. Even though it was constant blows against my ego, my practice of honesty which has always been a major value in my life enabled me to judge his statements rationally and objectively and admit how wrong I was. My friend opened my eyes and because of him, I contacted my partner and apologized for what a bastard I had been, how selfish and unloving and promised that I would improve myself to be worthy of their love.
I am not bragging, but this is what you call humility and honesty