Peter wrote:yes it is but you need to face up to it, meditating will make you good at meditation, faceing up to any fear by simply taking it head on will get you past it. harden up and take the challange
Well I don't really feel fear consciously... thats why I am having a hard time facing it hahaha. I feel like its a subconscious fear that stops me from succeeding on a level that I have no control over. I have no problem facing fear head on, but I don't see a way to do that in this instance.
lucidinthe sky wrote: For me it's mostly the transition, the states between waking and dream that can be frightening. I always recommend that people take it seriously and try to mentally prepare themselves. It sounds like you've been through it a lot of times so that should help.
EXACTLY! That transition. I don't even get much voices, HI, colors, sounds, or other senses. But the vibrations themselves, and the feeling of being pulled out of my body, spinning and flying all over the place, is what sometimes overwhelms me to the point of instinctive fear. But I also love the feeling, I crave it every night because it is so incredible feeling, its like nothing else.
Worldenterer1 wrote:My WILDs never work cause I don't even know what to do when you're in the middle of it...
Well. Thats pretty much the issue. From what I've heard, gathered and deduced, its like rafting down a river. (Bear with me, there is something useful here) You're just floating along, and then it slowly gets intense, and among all the crazy rush of madness and confusion and uncertainty, you have to catch that perfect window of opportunity to jump off your raft and onto a fallen log. Once you miss that window of opportunity, you fail.
That was a stretch of a metaphor.
In my own mind, the metaphor I picture is flying through a tunnel staring at a strip of colors passing beside you and then a literal window comes passing by and you have to jump through it, otherwise you just hit a wall and the window has passed, never to be seen again. Until next time that is.
lucidinthe sky wrote:Sometimes it's like driving on the highway at high speed, watching all the images close to window fly by. You open the window, holding up the long piece of thread in your hands. Somewhere on the side of the road is a needle...
You lost me with the needle lol
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