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What Are Dreams

 
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05/09/2007 11:08 PM
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Viscount, I disagree with your assessment of dreams. Dreams are not like bureaucrats: sorting, compiling, shredding. I frequently dream of flying, levitating, and thoroughly enjoying myself.
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05/09/2007 11:12 PM
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Everyone has to come to their own conclusion as to where the info on the hard drive came from. Is it a bit from five years ago, or 500? You have to weigh your own evidence. I don't much like my conclusion. Hopefully the theories presented work, and apply to you. It's a lot easier that way.
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Viscount, I disagree with your assessment of dreams. Dreams are not like bureaucrats: sorting, compiling, shredding. I frequently dream of flying, levitating, and thoroughly enjoying myself.
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Oh yeah, absolutely. I don't doubt that there's a ton going on in dreams that we don't know about, but it's quite possible that the "bureaucratic" stuff like sorting memories and whatnot looks quite vivid and fun from our own perspective. The brain is a funny thing. I think there's even a few lines of evidence that a lot of dreaming is just images made up by the brain in the absence of input, because you've gotta have SOMETHING there... kind of like sensory deprivation hallucinations.

Also, there's the subject of lucid dreams, which are a lot of fun and are an interesting crossover between the vividity and surreal quality of dreams, and the lucidity and control of waking life. I don't know about anyone else, but I tend to wake up feeling a bit more tired after a lucid dream than from normal sleep. Maybe the additional top-down control of lucidity tires the brain out and deprives it from some of the benefits of normal dreaming, or maybe lucid dreams lack something that standard dreams have.
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05/09/2007 11:19 PM
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They are our inner dialogues with ourselves at a most opportune time.
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05/09/2007 11:21 PM
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LOL
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05/10/2007 11:50 AM
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Dreams are experiences.
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05/10/2007 11:55 AM
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Dreams are sometimes visits to the astral world, and sometimes they are... well just dreams :)
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05/10/2007 12:43 PM
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I have noticed that when the brain chatter takes a break that it is like being woken up and we then feel and see things that are around us. Even though the mountains were in the background while the chatter is going on we are postured mentaly looking down and inside as if by pressure but not seeing inside as much as a feeling of recoiling with pressure. Then the chatter stops for a moment or longer and then it is like being free from this pressure and we experience a type of freedom or release from it. It is like looking at something head on but it is of like nature or condtion to seeing in peripheral vision because of the pressure being applied from our minds.

One time I had a vision if you will after the pressure was released by whatever dynamics, probably the preferred state of liberty, and I saw a being just above my head looking down and highly focused on my brain. Perhaps inches away.

This being was projecting thoughts of babblings or garblly-gook in a manner that was hostile like a band of insects buzzing around but highly focused on projecting emotional noises. For example if there were body movements from this thing it would be raising its arms and waving them histericaly and speaking noises of nonsense as if making sense.

Our brains being an interpreting machine translates these babblings into words that we can understand as if these babalings become cloked in our own language so we dont notice where they are coming from.

Maybe when we dream this is still continuing but because our brains are resting and not interpreting in the same way our dreams are wierd or strange because the babblings are not being interpreted by us to make these feelings and noises make sense. Because we are not focused on interpreting our suroundings in the same way as when we are awake. Maybe that is why our dreams are strange sometimes.

Perhaps when "ZARG awakes" these beings, or being for an individual, is overcome and confronted and commanded to leave. The faster faster little feet syndrome by which we are running to this place or that place when we have already arived are doing so becuase the projections from this beings mind is just that. Nature for nature, like for like. We can extrapolate what is going on around us by examining how we are being effected by it in body for example.

It is possible that all the confronting that needs to be done is simply looking at them in the eyes when they are doing it and they flee.

Just some thoughts.
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a preview of the after life , my friend
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05/10/2007 07:44 PM
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I think dreaming is not only defragmentation but also updating installaton and activation.
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05/10/2007 07:49 PM
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We all dream and I often wonder what really are dreams? They are a projection we have when we are asleep and its like being in a spirit state seeing and thinking we feel sometimes how something happened or will happen. Anyone else have more details to give?
 Quoting: destiny observer




In a nutshell, your spirit's life within your soul.

Same as the afterlife to be honest.
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Well, I have never been able to remeber a dream since I was an early teenager.
Now 14 years later I guess that means im pretty screwed :(

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