Re: LD:What's your life like when you're not with me in a dr
Posted: 05 Jun 2013 14:28
If I'm not mistaken, I think this 'witnessing' of your own thoughts and consciousness is what they call 'awakening' in 'real life' in the Buddhist traditions.
Wake Up to Conscious Dreaming
And it changes everything.
When I am thinking fully lucidly, I am much more observant and have better conversations with dream characters. I think about what I want to say and how to word it before I say it. I even do a little dream interpretation WHILE I am in the dream. (Whether I am right or wrong, I can't help, but analyze things and wonder what they mean.)
It's amazing how we can think inside our heads the way we do when awake, while in the dream as though we are separate from our subconscious and viewing it from within. I can be in a dream world and still feel like 'me'. The ego sense of self identity is awoken.
mia wrote:If I'm not mistaken, I think this 'witnessing' of your own thoughts and consciousness is what they call 'awakening' in 'real life' in the Buddhist traditions.
Jackson wrote:You should go to the town that the DC mentioned and look for insurance companies there, and see if you can find if the DC you met is a real person