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After being prompted, I realized I never posted about this and it should have been. When I learned to lucid dream, I lost the ability to dream normally. I lost a lot of weight and got really sick. So my solution was: once I fell asleep imagine a world and put a clone of my consciousness in it and never letting it know it wasnt real. It was a lot like dreaming but not nearly as cool as what my dreams now. What it did do (aside from giving me theories on why god might have created matter) is give me crazy worlds to explore with as much time as I wanted inside them. I made worlds from the atom up, of course everything was just a knock off of reality, but Atlantis is sweet, Vietnam sucked, and worlds without matter are boring. What is it like having all that memory? Confusing. Because those worlds were really real to me and I spent decades in them, reality is damn hard to be sure of. When Im on drugs I have no way of know what is memory of actual experience and what was dream because there is hardly any difference between them. When Im sober its easy for most things since matter is fairly consistent, but every once and I while I will reminisce about a trip I took with a friend and then they will tell me that never happened. Time.... it marches on.
-------------------- Gaia, as you awaken, I heal myself. As I awaken, you are healed.
this is precisely why one might make an effort to meditate upon points of sensory contact, like the skin that touches the bed when lying down, or the breath as it enters and leaves the body. very simple things that can help to create consistency. identifiable. limited. in truth we are all always moving between dreams, what you are doing is not different, purposefully disconnected and re-inforced by habit, but not different.