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Yeah....so do you also have an over active imagination? Perhaps visual memory is most prominent? That or you, like me, work for a raging lunatic who believes in the sentiment that "beatings will continue until morale is improved"? :) I ask because that is why my minds-eye is absolutely flo...
- 25 Jun 2012 22:00
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: What do you do besides lucid dream?
- Replies: 13
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hmmm...so many hobbies and activities: Write Play bass and drums (learning banjo) 3d art (not of yoyos...and not in CAD...so hats off to you, WildCat...I'm a hack who only knows Carrara and Poser...kind of) Draw Martial Arts Way too many video games And Skyrim...I list separately because its less a ...
- 25 Jun 2012 17:19
- Forum: Dream Control Specifics
- Topic: Making A Particular Person be there
- Replies: 23
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So far, I've only been able to pull people to me in one specific location. Arg...that requires a bit of preface: I dream in the same place every night. I mean, I can go anywhere, but I usually spend time in a huge dream city that only changes in it's most trivial details.... Well, there is a huge bu...
"Fear is the mind killer" -- Frank Herbert IMHO; It could just be about conscious translation. Dreams seem to have their own language...we translate a lot of these object in different ways based on emotion. Difference is, dream emotions seem to be like that ice world level in super mario w...
Hello...I'm new to this forum...somewhat. I have posted a few responses, then realized that I never introduced myself. :? Sorry...wasn't trying to be rude. I'm in my mid-thirties and have been actively dreaming most of my life. Started with a lot of vivid dreams of death and living full lives/past l...
- 20 Jun 2012 18:50
- Forum: Paranormal Activity
- Topic: Do we dream inside our head?
- Replies: 12
- Views: 6115
I love this question. I would struggle over several paragraphs to explain how I feel about this, however....so the short answer (for me) is no. Consciousness itself is not "in the brain"...not completely anyway. Sure some of your facilities for consciousness are here. For this reason a hea...
- 20 Jun 2012 18:14
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: Lucid dreaming as topic for video game ?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1615
Well, my take is that every game I play is like a lucid dream. Especially when a boss is gnawing on my head while I'm firing some alien modified M4 looking AR, and I become "aware" that I'm in trouble and have few bullets left...but that's ok, I can just restart from the checkpoint if I di...
Thanks. I'm not so much of a fan myself, but my wife is....I think she will like this quite a bit. I don't rip on it for not being music, obviously. I play bass, drums and banjo (yeah, can you tell I like primus?). But as far as "skill"...well, I'm no Victor Wooten. I mostly think it's abo...
dreamerinmiami, completely agree! SP is fun, provided you've already learned about your own levels of fear in dreams. (I'll admit, having a shadow figure sit on your chest and tell you he is a demon is a little unsettling. Until you ask him what he considers a "demon" to be...then he laugh...
- 19 Jun 2012 18:30
- Forum: Share Your Lucid Dreams
- Topic: Possible proof for shared dreaming !
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1296
Let's see...I think I've had about 6 co-dreams now (hyper lucidity..however you wish to say it). I admit, I was a bit sceptical at first. I've mentioned on here before, but I'm a natural and quite over-active lucid dreamer. About 3 years ago, one of my good friends (who is an at will, WILD lucid dre...