Basically I've got one foot in the scientific camp and one in the more paranormal camp!
Lucid Dreams this month: 2
When asleep, that gets turned off.
Evolution also gave us sleep paralysis, so we don't react to them, which would imply that it's actually important to hallucinate under safe conditions. Why? I don't know.
I've thought of this before. I understand the purpose of sleep to refresh the brain back to a state of chemical homeostasis. But what's the biological purpose or hallucinating? Perhaps it's just a byproduct of sleep, since the brain is still mentally active.
But for all intense and purposes there ARE two dimensions. The reality we sense, and the thought realm we have constantly overlaid on top of all we experience. It just isn't as vivid as when asleep, but we are always dreaming non-stop.
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