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Author Topic: Split dream consciousness  (Read 728 times)
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« on: April 29, 2006, 02:19:20 »

I took a "normal nap" today instead of doing my weird alarm clock experiments, and I'm quite amazed at what's happening to me ; my dream mind is completely separate from my main point of consciousness...

Basically, my dream happened in the third person. I was a more or less passive observer, I could see myself doing things, and had some kind of separate, internal dialogue going on, kind of like a commentary of the dream... A bit like when you're watching TV and thinking things to yourself...

There were times where I was trying to influence this "me" that I was watching... For instance this "me" was on top of a moving subway train, and I was trying to tell "me" to get down, but "me" couldn't hear anything I said...

I guess the good news is there is definitely a shift in consciousness happening... But what do I do with that? Has anyone experienced similar things? How do I use this to my advantage?

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« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2006, 01:19:35 »

I have a similar thing happen to me from time to time. I will be asleep and having a dream. It's very strange but I will also be fully awake and feeling my body as it is laying in the bed. I also am able to think clearly as if I am wide awake but at the same time experiencing the dream.
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