The the first image that pops up looks a little bit like graffiti, and the next one is always very bread dough-like. Squishy looking and floury haha.
Anyway, does anyone know what this could possibly be?!
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It's good to hear that you are practicing meditation, that is excellent for lucid dreaming.
Now, I need to ask you a few questions:
Were the images solid like dream imagery, or did they resemble a thought?
These don't sound like hypnagogic hallucinations.
Hypnagogic hallucinations are pre-dream imagery that occurs at the border of wakefulness and sleep.
I suspect the Seeded Visualization Effect is happening here.
Wishing you the best of luck,
So, say I'm just nodding off to sleep when, all of a sudden, the first image, which is static, by the way, will just pop into my head. Not connected to any thought processes or anything.
So I think what happens is that when I see the first image I am reminded of the second.
Hm. Seeded Visualisation Effect?
Oh. I'd also love to know if anyone has experienced anything similar! Please do reply
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So you think this is hypnagogic imagery then?
You say you were 'nodding off' (falling asleep).
Certainly possible, sorry, I interpreted your post wrong. If it's not connected to thought processes, then it must be hypnagogic imagery.
Have I experienced this?
Yes, I have. In school, we were having a yoga class and I started to fall asleep.
Suddenly, a random image of my iPad popped into my mind, and I was jolted awake.
This is completely natural and nothing to worry about.
Another time, a random image of my living room couch popped into my mind.
Some hypnagogic images can resemble real scenes. Some are static, others move around.
Maybe someone is more likely to see it and be able to interpret it in the other forum area as I know there was a couple of others there better at dream interpretation stuff then me. (this symbolism you are getting is along the same lines as what the subconsciousness gives off when dreaming).
As these symbols come together, they probably are refering to the same thing in some way.
I don't have much of an idea of what graffiti could represent ummm wanting to leave ones mark on something?. A want for recognition in some way. Wanting to be noticed or seen or just the satisfaction of being connected with something. Think about what it could mean to you.
always very bread dough-like. Squishy looking and floury
That sounds like something not baked.. so something started but not finished.
Are you wanting to be recognised for something you are doing but not yet finished?
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