I dont believe what I dream. I think its just stuff from the subconsciousness and I dont see LD as "real".
Second Proof- I always wonder. how the heck people rides an over powered cruiser bike in such an easy way. again one particular dream changed my skeptic nature. (and that experience directed me straight to lucid dream.)
taniaaust1 wrote:Interestingly Ive had Indian gods in my dreams too.
Thats interesting.... but let me tell u this. Most of the God like figures in traditional texts are only symbolizes certain Nature of Human or Mother Nature. eg. Lord Shiva from Hindu religion referred as unlimited Knowledge. Its not as real as they prescribe him. If u think this way, most of God like figures gonna make more sense. Like what they represents and why they created for.
It sparks thoughts though and that's why I haven't replied.
I'm still thinking and trying to define, 'belief'.
I'm still not sure what spurred me to create this thread, but it felt good at the time.
(Belief doesn't have to be religious. You can hear a weather man say it will be sunny tomorrow, go to sleep, dream of a sunny day, and then wake up to find out it's raining.)
Unless you are psychic you wouldn't know so we tend to get programmed by our daily lives and then build dreams upon them. Those are beliefs to me. And if you claim to be psychic, perhaps that is a belief too and you might just be fooling yourself with believing what you dream, and dreaming what you believe.
Anyway, here it goes, and this is off on a tangent now, but I think I might actually be on to something:
My philosophy now is that anything I do in a lucid dream, no matter how awesome and mind bending, is just stroking my ego. I want to escape it and see how it's a futile cycle of self-gratitude. Dreams are not what you do and accomplish, but how you feel when doing it. That's all there is and there is no reward when you wake up, no trophy at your bedside. Just feelings. They are fun, don't get me wrong. But to what end? It's just feelings.
What else is there beyond feelings, and beliefs of anything?
I think it's 'the void' as some call it.
I have yet to achieve that, but that is my goal. That is my destination. Not a direction, but nothingness in it's entirety. It's so abstract it's beyond words.
With no beliefs.
(I started this thread, not knowing where it would go, and it led me to nowhere, and my whole reply sounds ridiculous doesn't it?)
To me, the word, 'nowhere' can become... 'NOW HERE!'
My reply had no apparent meaning, but I got it. This is just a riddle thread now! But I somehow make sense to myself for some reason.
I think a few others got what I was saying... maybe.
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