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 51 
 on: December 10, 2017, 19:23:28 
Started by madmagus - Last post by ThaomasOfGrey
True, I have always meant to get into light and sound machines, thanks for reminding me Lumaza. Might look into getting one for Christmas this year, I like the sound of the Kasina machine.

The theta state sounds a bit like "the void". It sticks out to me that you mentioned the physical jolt as beta waves start to form. I often get physical jolts when trying conscious projections. I wonder if that can be explained by a sudden emergence of beta waves as a response to exit symptoms or realizing that a dream transition is occurring or has just occurred.

 52 
 on: December 10, 2017, 19:01:36 
Started by ThaomasOfGrey - Last post by ThaomasOfGrey
If I couldn't kill it myself, I wouldn't eat it.

That is a pretty cryptic statement. What do you really mean?

I have gone out into the bush in Western Australia or New Zealand and hunted Kangaroo, Emu, Goat, Rabbit, Turkey, Boar, Duck etc. We most definitely can go out and kill animals ourselves but what does that have to do with the ethical dilemma.

I think what you are trying to say is that if you are unwilling to get your hands dirty you shouldn't be eating meat but that is a pretty flimsy argument. Most people are willing to kill an animal to feed their family or themselves when push comes to shove.

 53 
 on: December 10, 2017, 09:24:31 
Started by Selski - Last post by Selski
Three dogs running around, one of them was Archie. Mum was also there.

~~~ooo000ooo~~~

My best friend from childhood, a musical artist, had rented her home out to another artist, a male. When she returned, he'd left some of his music and she listened to it. She made some comments and was going to send them to him as he'd got some things wrong. Technicalities or copyright issues.

She wasn't happy with the way he'd left her house - it was dark with the curtains drawn. She got to tidying up and I watched her and her friend put the throw back on the large settee. The throw was pale stripey pastel colours.

She opened the curtains and we decided it was a warm enough day (despite it being winter with a threat of snow) to open the front door. Then we all went for a walk outside in our t-shirts. I commented to everyone that it was December and here we all were in our summer clothes.

In this dream, I was a participant (so not an observer) but acted more like an extra in my friend's dream.


~~~ooo000ooo~~~

Yesterday we had weather warnings of snow and as I'm typing this now, it's coming down. It's that pretty snow at the moment and it's only around 1cm deep. I believe other parts of the country have it much deeper.

I was also too hot in bed last night and threw the covers off (maybe TMI but I'm going through the initial stages of menopause).

As I struggled to get to sleep, I began thinking of the years when the River Thames used to freeze over and wondered why it never did anymore.

I think the above three factors played a large part in my second dream.

My childhood friend and I are no longer in touch and I sometimes spend difficult times thinking about how 'small' my life is getting and will continue to get. That's perhaps why my role in the dream was minimal. I sometimes burst into tears at the thought of losing my parents (they are both still alive, thank goodness, but are in their 70s and of course won't last forever). I know these tearful episodes are part of the menopause, but that doesn't stop them being upsetting and real.

I also recall a later dream with my childhood friend's brother, but can't remember much detail. When I was young, my family lived with their family on two separate occasions and the pseudo brothers & sisters I gained (I'm an only child) pop up in my dreams from time to time.

 54 
 on: December 09, 2017, 14:14:20 
Started by ThaomasOfGrey - Last post by Stillwater
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If I couldn't kill it myself, I wouldn't eat it.

I think this is good reasoning. I feel like people would have a lot more respect for living creatures if they were forced to kill the things they chose to eat. The distance modern society creates in a supply chain is an issue I think.

 55 
 on: December 09, 2017, 10:35:38 
Started by Selski - Last post by Selski
Yesterday I was doodling with some new pens and drew a picture of 3 owls.

I'm in a large building and there are half-a-dozen tawny owls on the rafters. It's nice to watch them. I show someone my latest drawing of owls and they come to life on the page. They are no longer owls, but cats, sort of dancing on the tree branch.

~~~ooo000ooo~~~

I've gone to see my boss for a general progress report. At some point during the evening, he tells me I must go and see the rainbow on the mountain. He's got something to finish off first, but will join me shortly. I ask some others if they are going and if I can go with them. They seem reluctant but agree. I follow them to the mountain which is a big building with two rooms. Inside one of the rooms is a multi-coloured fish swimming through the air. This is the 'rainbow'.

I watch it for a while, fascinated. And wonder how it breathes in the air. I go into the other room where some other people are and we begin talking.

Later I'm back with my boss and have stayed the night. I'm trying to wake up but am feeling very sleepy. My boss is a bit peeved with me stopping the night as he's got things to do and I'm 'in the way'. A little boy is dropped off at the house as the boss' wife looks after him during the day. He's about 3-years old. He's brought a little toy, a soft rubber thing which he is showing me. I tell him it's soft to touch and put it to his face. I ask him what it is - he tells me it's a troll.


~~~ooo000ooo~~~

A group of us are looking for somewhere to live/work. We are exploring an old office block/house. There are many storeys. We eventually get to the top storey which entails quite a few steep rickety steps. In the attic, it is as if no-one has been up there for decades. A large spindly spider is in the centre of the room on the ceiling and shoots black wispy ribboned shadows at anyone who gets close. I refuse to enter the room because of the spider and state that I wouldn't want to work up here anyway due to the amount of stairs.

~~~ooo000ooo~~~

Three creatures. Some bleedthroughs. A definite lucid trigger (the steps) which I missed. Good recall of three separate dreams considering I haven't bothered writing anything up for at least a month.

Not sure they're worth thinking about but I'll come back with any thoughts if I get any lightbulb moments.

 56 
 on: December 09, 2017, 06:56:20 
Started by curious956 - Last post by Krishanna
Banish it. Tell it to get the hell away from you. Don't entertain it. Demand whomever (angel, demon, God/Goddess) you believe in to assist you to take this being to the light or back to hell, whatever makes you feel better. Give thanks.


Are you paying someone to help you? Stop.

 57 
 on: December 09, 2017, 06:45:32 
Started by SACOLUCCI - Last post by Krishanna
I think your medical intuitive is an amateur.

 58 
 on: December 09, 2017, 06:37:58 
Started by VonGruen - Last post by Krishanna
Video or it didn't happen.  cool

 59 
 on: December 09, 2017, 06:34:15 
Started by ThaomasOfGrey - Last post by Krishanna
If I couldn't kill it myself, I wouldn't eat it.

 60 
 on: December 09, 2017, 06:22:14 
Started by BrainStorm_wow - Last post by Krishanna
Supplements that help memory work very well. Any Nootropics can help but make sure you research, some can have side effects. Anything that causes more blood & oxygen to reach the brain will help. I started taking these to help with my studies but found it made my dreams more lucid:

Gastrodin
Ginkgo
Alpha GPC
EPA & DHA
Bacopa
Lion's Mane (mushroom)
Drink Green Tea


I heard this works but never tried because major side effect is bad headaches which I despise:

Galantamine


There are some herbal extracts I haven't tried yet but it's on my list:

Calea Zacatechichi
Leaf of God
Sinicuichi
Mucuna pruriens

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