Welcome to the Shroomery Message Board! You are experiencing a small sample of what the site has to offer. Please login or register to post messages and view our exclusive members-only content. You'll gain access to additional forums, file attachments, board customizations, encrypted private messages, and much more!
its verry odd ill stare off into the infinite spectrum of light and start dreaming lucidly yet still be conscious of my awake bodily status
other people around me have to get right up in my face and yell to get my attention and i always say to them, unconsciously as if asleep "what! im sleeping" it snaps back my percetion from an abstract glow to structured words so it feels like im woken up from a dream, snaped "back into body" feeling and all
so when i really sleep and dream? i remember, but i couldnt tell i couldnt even begin to explain if i tried it would ruin it, for you that is.
its like i do the equivilant of highly advanced mathmattics comparative to form-full, soul, and spirit exercises . each teaching the next whats to learn each as their own conected as a whole projecting onto a vision sphere a position of being called dreaming
haha im in a dreamlike mindfullnes as it is. so ill just not go over what i wrote.
-------------------- *NEW!* from Monkah Inc.The "Silence game" hold an exhilerating game between you and a friend,see who finds silence first! (warning:M. Inc. patented silence-in-its-self,failure to pay up will result in sending satan after you! err,we mean our laywer!)
I've started lucid-dreaming very often - it took a couple years of practice but I've got it down pretty well.
Here's what I see happening when I haven't quite grabbed onto my dream and taken charge:
I don't believe that we're suddenly open to all information and things we've never thought about or whatever - everything in the dream is indeed CONNECTED to the other things in the dream, its just that in such a relaxed state, not requiring the processing of real sensory input (kuz your eyes are closed and you're frickin sleeping..), your stream of consciousness is expanded WILDLY so as to attach certain things to other certain things that you've never attached before. All the "random" things that happen in your dreams can indeed be connected to JUST what was happening before, or more like connected to a THOUGHT having to DO with what was just happening before.
Through lucid-dreaming so much, though, my NON-lucid dreams (nights when i just can't really grab on and take hold) have become much more coherant and understandable. When I wake up I can attach everything that was going on to something I learned in the past or something I saw or whatever.
I could rant on and on about dreams for hours.... but for now I'll cut it off here
-=- Matt/Strumpling -=- come on this thread can be awesome, but YOU have to post something - come on do it - whats up with these tripped-out dreams?
-------------------- Insert an "I think" mentally in front of eveything I say that seems sketchy, because I certainly don't KNOW much. Also; feel free to yell at me.
In addition: SHPONGLE
Ive taken dreaming seriously for quite a while now. Recently Ive gotten to the point where I can have lucid dreams quite frequently. I find them to be equally as rewarding as waking life. There are infinite possibilities with dreaming. Time and pain do not exist. Items can be materialized at will. Telikinesis and telepathy are possible.
Im a firm believer in that I am a soul or point of consciousness existing in a human body. At night, when I go to sleep, my consciouness leaves my human body and slips into a higher dimension where the laws of the third density no longer exist. The subconscious takes over and creates a reality based on input gathered from present and past incarnations. By going lucid I gain full awareness and realize im subjectively perceiving a creation of my own mind. Now I have complete control of everything that happens from that point on. the experience feels more real than waking life to me. The array of emotions Ive felt, lessons ive learned, and wisdom ive gained from dreaming have convinced me that dreaming is a very valuable tool that can benefit anybody.
-------------------- "It's not until we've lost everything, that we're free to do anything." TDFC