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Quote from: ATOMxTHExGREAT on October 20, 2013, 00:27:38AAAHH! makes very good sense! i guess i should of joined the pulse sooner, i bet id have a pretty keen grasp on navigating the spectrum mentioned. after this read i feel like i can identify each step from my first post. im guessing that i was so out of control on this one that i was bouncing from Lucid Awareness to Astral Awareness like a mad man.
Quote from: stuartduke on November 08, 2014, 13:49:17Xanth,Thanks for the reply. Have you ever done RV in a group before or shared a dream space with another person?Pax
Quote from: Nameless on August 07, 2016, 18:37:24I can't help but agree here. I know labeling helps us understand the context when describing our experiences but have to add my own thoughts. I do believe 'how' we experience things relies heavily on our innate talents. Much like 3 people all having musical talents. One plays instruments but can not sing. One writes music but can not play well. One can read music and sings well. All talented, all bringing something different to the table and all capable of entertaining on an individual level as well as a group level. I would call them all musically talented.We can try our hand at any of the approaches (RV, LD, OOBE, AP) and perhaps become a master of all. But we might be better suited to mastering one or two.
Quote from: RisingSon on September 20, 2016, 21:54:55Interesting. Assuming we are consciousness experiencing various levels of lucidity, where does the waking state fit in? Just another level of consciousness? If so, extending that further, a different level of lucidity?
QuoteMy interest here is not in more labeling, but rather what is the relationship between "physical" and "nonphysical" states of consciousness? It seems that all the techniques of attaining lucidity while not fully awake ("non-physical awareness") are just a means of attaining control of consciousness in the same manner as we naturally do (well, truth is we learned that too) when awake ("physical awareness"). Seen this way, consciousness is a continuum regardless if you are awake or asleep.
QuoteI find this notion very exciting since it leads to the inevitable conclusion that we are always "dreaming" or "projecting", whether we're aware of it or not.
QuoteThis in turn begs the question, if we are to use techniques to ground lucidity during sleep, doesn't it make sense to use them during wakeful states as well? To push this further, control of "nonphysical" lucidity and "physical" lucidity seem directly linked - one mirrors the other. More control in daily life will lead to more control in "dreams".