Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

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LukeSosa
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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby LukeSosa » 03 Jun 2013 22:18

Teraku wrote:Nothing is impossible ;)
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Imagine there's a five meters wide small river in front of you. It's impossible to get to the other side if you jump only three meters. :lol:

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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby DreamerMan99 » 04 Jun 2013 01:12

Teraku wrote:It's probably not possible. If anything, it provides a placebo effect.

Or maybe it somehow spurs certain actions in the body, I don't know.


See, in this moment you are being pessimistic. Im not saying you should be gullible, but open. Who is to say what is possible or not? Who would have thought that we can create an entire universe, within our minds? Turns out you can, although it makes no sense.

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Teraku
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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby Teraku » 09 Jun 2013 21:42

DreamerMan99 wrote:
Teraku wrote:It's probably not possible. If anything, it provides a placebo effect.

Or maybe it somehow spurs certain actions in the body, I don't know.


See, in this moment you are being pessimistic. Im not saying you should be gullible, but open. Who is to say what is possible or not? Who would have thought that we can create an entire universe, within our minds? Turns out you can, although it makes no sense.

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It's not pessimism, it's just science. :|

Dreams are merely hallucinations. They can be incredibly powerful, they can help, but they're certainly not supernatural.

They can influence the mind, and by extent make the body do something, however.

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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby LucidLink » 11 Jun 2013 00:17

Teraku wrote:
DreamerMan99 wrote:
Teraku wrote:It's probably not possible. If anything, it provides a placebo effect.

Or maybe it somehow spurs certain actions in the body, I don't know.


See, in this moment you are being pessimistic. Im not saying you should be gullible, but open. Who is to say what is possible or not? Who would have thought that we can create an entire universe, within our minds? Turns out you can, although it makes no sense.

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It's not pessimism, it's just science. :|

Dreams are merely hallucinations. They can be incredibly powerful, they can help, but they're certainly not supernatural.

They can influence the mind, and by extent make the body do something, however.


Merely hallucinations? Nope, it's too magical and spirutal for that. There's much more to dreaming then you realize, things that are beyond sciences understanding. ;)

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LCDAnthony
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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby LCDAnthony » 11 Jun 2013 03:43

Science doesn't have the answers to everything. You got to realize that, and except it. Having faith in things can make them happen or simply become true. Not all the time though. If science says it's not true or so on, test that fact. What if it isn't?

Teraku
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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby Teraku » 13 Jun 2013 19:34

LucidLink wrote:Merely hallucinations? Nope, it's too magical and spirutal for that. There's much more to dreaming then you realize, things that are beyond sciences understanding. ;)


There's nothing magical or spiritual about lucid dreaming, apart from how you'd describe the feeling you get.

It's all in the brain.

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Re: Anyone every try healing through lucid dreaming?

Postby LCDAnthony » 14 Jun 2013 22:42

You are a put-down huh. People see it works. You're not a very open person. Sheltered into what you only know is right, never to look beyond things of your own knowledge. What if it does work huh? I might work it might not, there's only one way for you to learn what's true. So do it yourself! :)


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