lucidé wrote:DawnXEye11 wrote:Sorry you had to go through that. I can remember times where I was bullied, not easy but it's good to know that your safe now. What was the name of the cartoon? I feel like watching a bit to see how it was. I don't know much about dmt so I don't know if it contributed to your experience but its probably best not to wonder about it too much.
The bullying I went through I wish to say no one else went through. I am afraid other people go through exactly what I went through, and probably even worse. While I suffer from PTSD and another disability which cause me to at time get persecution paranoia, which makes me believe people might hurt me or others, I do what I can with what I have.
The name of the cartoon was Somewhere in Dreamland. It was a 1930s cartoon about 2 starving children, who would escape their starvation through their lucid dreams, making a creative song all about lucid dreaming not only before they went into their lucid dream, but it played out while they were both lucid dreaming. They ended up lucid dreaming about eating an entire buffet full of food (fitting, considering they were starving in real life), getting some nice clothes, and at the very end, laying down in a nice bed. They were dream meshing as a bonus.
DMT is a drug that causes a very powerful experience. For me, I would end up feeling like I was flying and a few times before I ended up inducing the dream itself, it almost felt like I was looking into the sun, but it didn't damage my eyes. Like I said, a powerful drug.Ohh, you meant experience a real time event. I usually had those dreams when I was about to wake up and paralyzed. It seemed to be first perspective. Well from what I can recall and only the things that were happening near the room would manifest in my dream. Mainly due to sound.
If I end up having lucid dreams with that kind of luck, it's between phase and SP. I will my awareness from real life into my dream body so I can enter a WILD. It's probably why I am still in my room in some WILDs, and may be why I clone myself (I can still hear my breathing, although I am not the one doing so when I enter my lucid dream, which probably results in my subconscious creating a clone)I wonder what if your super hearing is what allows real time events to manifest in your dreams. But than that would have its limits and wouldn't really explain your other dream spying experience. Nonetheless, I agree there could be risks to it so I could see why you hesitate to believe in certain things. I can be skeptical too but It's good that we are so that we don't believe in things without valid reason.
I have wondered that for many things. My super hearing wouldn't allow me to read the board or a book. Also my super hearing only can range up to a block or 2 away and it usually can't get past a soundproof room. Since I can use super hearing once I enter specific lucid dreams, it is rather interesting that hearing seems to travel with me while I am lucid dreaming rather than stay in the room in real life.
I also have super hearing in some of my lucid dreams as well. In real life, I take damage from loud/high pitched sounds. In a lucid dream, they don't hurt me. This is one of the reasons why I much prefer the ability in a lucid dream to real life.I haven't heard of sand box vr before.I don't really know what it is but who knows. Maybe in the future they will go through with it. Just like how there might be more cars that drive themselves in the future.
Sandbox is like The Sims or Garry's Mod. It's where you do anything you want in an endless game without consequence. I really want to create a lucid dream like VR where a user can do whatever they wanted without consequence. There would be a kids version, then the M rated version. The M rated version would allow users to commit acts of violence against their bullies or avatars they disagreed with without consequence. Simulate like a lucid dream.
I understand. I wasn't bullied as much or as hard that it could give me PTSD. But I do remember times where i had to defend myself to prevent bad injury.
That cartoon, although hopeful sounds sad. When they wake up they wont have much to eat or a bed. Interesting idea for a show though. The drug must have been strong to make you feel that way. Thankfully it wasn't the real sun you looked at.>. <
You must be good with WILD than. I mostly DILD, but I have done WILD before too. It probably doesn't matter if it's clone or not since your goal is just to enter the dream. I can see why you prefer super hearing in lucid dream. Even with the sensitivity It must have its positives as well. Like you can tell easier when your family is calling you without them yelling.
Oo~ I liked playing the sims when I was little. There isn't really consequence in lucid dreams so I can see how the
Game could work. I'm also getting a grand theft auto vibe when you mentioned messing with bullies. However, instead of messing with bullies who would be a waste of your time, maybe you could do something fun or relaxing. Although, doing action stuff is fun but releasing anger on them could give you a headache or make you punch a t.v. like my brother's friend did by mistake^^"