Right from the start, I thought those sounds would evolve into something bigger and more immersive, but I didn't quite find the atmosphere you provided to be engaging, if scrambled across the entire composition. It's also pretty repetitive and this kind of repetition doesn't really offer much in terms of expression and potential, so in this case keeping things varied would have helped "elevating" those five minutes a little.
However, the main problem in this track is the somewhat sparse sense of melody and instrumentation. Both things are interesting to consider when the context is relatively darker, so you'd be emphasizing the feeling of mystery, chaos and disorientation, but here it just feels quite disorganized and what could have had a melodic/uplifting base is instead turned into a chaotic mess only faintly hinting at an actual melody. It's a shame because the mastering is probably the highlight of this track and there is a sense of structure permeating throughout the whole composition, but you need to find the right compromise between the sounds and focus your vision a little better.