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 71 
 on: August 12, 2017, 08:58:20 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by PhaseshiftR
Plasma I actually remember this interview. I think I know exactly what you are talking about and when he said it.... hehe. I don't think people get sharp all of a sudden when they drop dead. Just to answer your question plain and simple I think yes absolutely.
   I'll bet you there are racist entities that aren't human too. It's a crowded universe.

 72 
 on: August 12, 2017, 04:03:24 
Started by Bloodshadow - Last post by Bloodshadow
@Nameless from the  looks of my dream it seems that year will bring on an Ice age, but then again I don't know what everyone else experiences is with that year as you just said that year is getting around, tho this will be my first time ever hearing about it. I shall do research to find out other's experiences with that year and compare and come to a conclusion of what I think will happen based on similarities.

 73 
 on: August 11, 2017, 22:56:09 
Started by whiterose2 - Last post by whiterose2
So i see. A fellow Yorkshireman as well, maybe I was meant to come to this place!

 74 
 on: August 10, 2017, 21:30:36 
Started by paul72 - Last post by Xanth
Whether or not humans have 'divine' powers or if Jesus existed, is existing, or will exist, is beyond what I can display, or prove at this time. But, being the best version of myself is surely divine to me, it has inspired, brought great love, big smiles, and laughter to others. To me, that is a holy, mystical, Messiah-like experience. It truly changes the world and lifts up lives. That's what Jesus is about, no?
It's supposed to be entirely what "Jesus" is about.
But realize that Jesus had very little to do with it... YOUR actions are what made it happen, not Jesus. 
You have to choose to act. 

I'm always flabbergasted when people write off their own actions under the power of some other being.   hehe
THAT makes me smile.  In the end, whatever motivates you to do something good ultimately doesn't matter... just do good.

I just wish more people realized that the power to do good doesn't come from anywhere but within them and that power was always there, they only had to choose to bring it out.

 75 
 on: August 10, 2017, 20:25:05 
Started by paul72 - Last post by Drakoreo
Realize what that means though.  If everyone can be their "own version" of Jesus, then Jesus doesn't exist and all that you want Jesus to be is actually already a part of you.
So just skip the middleman and grab hold of that power within you which you already have and run with it.  Smiley

Whether or not humans have 'divine' powers or if Jesus existed, is existing, or will exist, is beyond what I can display, or prove at this time. But, being the best version of myself is surely divine to me, it has inspired, brought great love, big smiles, and laughter to others. To me, that is a holy, mystical, Messiah-like experience. It truly changes the world and lifts up lives. That's what Jesus is about, no?

 76 
 on: August 10, 2017, 18:58:11 
Started by whiterose2 - Last post by Volgerle
It's very worth a read indeed.

 77 
 on: August 10, 2017, 13:10:14 
Started by paul72 - Last post by Xanth
I was too lazy to read the other posts. I just want to say everyone can be their own version of Jesus, their own unique Messiah and blessing to the world only they can be.
Realize what that means though.  If everyone can be their "own version" of Jesus, then Jesus doesn't exist and all that you want Jesus to be is actually already a part of you.
So just skip the middleman and grab hold of that power within you which you already have and run with it.  Smiley

 78 
 on: August 10, 2017, 08:50:00 
Started by Selski - Last post by Selski
There are a series of rides I'm on with a group of people. It's the penultimate ride and I recognise it as a dream memory.

This particular ride is a space ride. The capsule comfortably seats about 10 people and we are taken on a voyage through outer space. At first, there is a voice over a loudspeaker explaining where we are and so on. I understand this is an alien voice - it reminds me of Yoda.

I have my eyes closed, enjoying the sensation of very fast speed - it's making my tummy turn. I speak quietly to my companion about how exciting it is. There are a group of four lads sitting near us who point to me and say something about 'woofage' [it sounds something like that]. We ask what they mean. They are teasing me for being childlike and they themselves act as if they've done this ride a thousand times and it's old hat. They point to the windows and I now look out.

It's breathtaking. It's outer space. It's beautiful. Even though I've done this ride before, I never looked out of the window. There's a lot of rich, velvety blackness with gentle hues of purple and blue, along with the tiniest hint of white stars everywhere.


With some dreams where I remember I've been there before, I can bring the memory back to waking life and recall the previous dream(s). This one I can't. But at the time of listening to Yoda, a big flood of memory returned. I knew there were about 10 rides in a row, this one was the second-to-last and it was my favourite of the lot.

Not sure about the interpretation, or if there even is one. It could simply be how I perceive moving around in dreamworld.

~~~ooo000ooo~~~

On holiday with family. It's our last day and we've decided to go the park to play cricket. I can't play due to my disability but have gone along to watch. I sit on the grass next to two others and have a book with me in case I get bored. The cricket players are quite some distance.

One of them whacks the ball into a river behind the park and it can't be retrieved. However, there is a 'finger mouse' on the ball which is a pet belonging to someone so it must be saved.

A younger member fetches the ball and all is well. They continue playing cricket. There is an insect behind me on the ground and I'm concerned it will jump inside my clothes so I decide to go back to our room, to go to bed.

Scene break.

I wake up having slept soundly for the whole night. There is even a large dent where my body has sunk into the bed. My sister is already getting dressed and I asked her what time she got in, realising that I didn't hear her at all. I want to use the bathroom before going for breakfast, but I can't find it. There is no en-suite and we decide to go outside to see if there is a communal bathroom. We hear our brother making a noise outside and go to investigate. He's peeing up against the car. I comment that if it rusts, he'll have to pay for the repair. We ask him where the bathroom is and he points some way away. Our room is one of a group of three. Further away is a larger complex with restaurants, shops and so on. It seems the bathroom for the three rooms is the public toilets in the complex. This doesn't seem right.

I make my way to the complex and enter a restaurant. On the blackboard at the door is written 'croque-monsieurs' and I think yum, I haven't had one of those for years. Perhaps we can come to this restaurant for our breakfast. I'm sitting at a table watching other holiday-makers have their breakfast and I wonder to myself whether any of them are having the best breakfast they've ever had.


Seeing as it was our last night on holiday, you'd have thought I'd have wondered where I'd been going all the previous days when I wanted the bathroom. But no, that never crossed my mind.  rolleyes

Going to sleep within a dream is a curious thing. I wonder if it's an interpretation of a deeper level of sleep. Perhaps a mindstate where we need to be completely 'out of it' in order for some sensitive work/healing to take place. It's only in the last few years that I've noticed this phenomena of sleeping within a dream. It doesn't happen often, but when it does I tend to wake up (in the dream) rather sluggish, as if I've been out for a long time.

I haven't thought about croque-monsieurs for the longest time - nor do I recall them cropping up in waking life recently. Thinking about it, I was eating a ham sandwich the other day (which turned into a destination on a dream bus) and, given I was on holiday in this dream, perhaps I turned that ham sandwich into something foreign - a French ham sandwich which is a croque-monsieur.

I'm disappointed I took my disability to dreamland with me. It doesn't need to be there. That's twice now recently. Perhaps it's weighing on my mind more so than I'd like.

 79 
 on: August 10, 2017, 07:43:27 
Started by Shane150495 - Last post by Drakoreo
I get this too.
I distract myself, or practice psyche (soul/spirit/mind) healing, the more I resist them, fight them, or the more attention I give them the worse it gets, the only helpful form of fighting or attention is the kind directed at defeating or resolving them on a psyche (spirit/soul) or psychological level.

 Have you sought spirit animals? Have you tried energy extraction or soul retrieval?
Are you able to focus on other things in your life and is there times they are not on your mind?
Could they be linked to a trauma, belief system, or internal deficiency (depression, anger, insomnia, anxiety, diet, lifestyle, meaningful relationships, happiness meaning ect your life)?

 80 
 on: August 10, 2017, 07:31:40 
Started by GreenSphere - Last post by Drakoreo
Existence is a curious thing no?
Sometimes I will deprive myself of food or sleep trying to figure out the universe. Sometimes I have moments I feel like I've grasped something. Have you grasped anything?
I need to eat & sleep eventually, at least that is what my body tells me. I comply and feel better, and can focus again. But sometimes taking advantage of the inspired moment is more important. How many times have I lost a poem because I didn't write the first lines when they came to me? I think the universe is a beautiful place, awake & asleep. Both feel intense, sometimes one more than the other, no? It's important to make the most of both, no?



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