Swami Akhandananda had this experience while travelling in the Himalayas:
Dasarath-ki-danda, the staff of Dasaratha, called so because the mountain precipice is as straight as a rod, is an isolated place in the Himalayas. Tigers and bears were plentiful in the area. Here Gangadhar [Swami Akhandananda] spent three nights in meditation. On a moonlit night, while in deep meditation, he had a vision:
‘All of a sudden, I felt the Master standing behind me with one end of his dhoti over his shoulder. “Look here,” he said, “there is a play of Purusha and Prakriti, without beginning or end. The Himalaya is the Purusha and its flora, fruits, and flowers are Prakriti. This is what they call the dance of Prakriti on Purusha.” So saying He began to sing a song of Kali dancing over the body of Shiva.
‘The Master went on singing this song with his hand on my shoulder. I can’t describe in what unalloyed joy I spent that night!’