posted on Mar, 18 2014 @ 09:57 AM
I try to hone in on the imagery that my eyes/mind try to produce. Swirling coloured bits of (what look like) particles that shape, move and flow
around my eyes, that I know have to be related to the way my mind constructs an image that my eyes can observe, or the part of my brain that perceives
images and objects.
Its starts as moving 'matter', from there I have made chairs, faces, eyes-(seem to be cropping up more than ever) and this one time... a sleigh being
pulled by reindeer... I'm not kidding. So that tells me that I have some sort of connection with the way my mind makes images that have some sort of
3D element to them. The deeper into sleep I go, the harder it is to, 'remember' what I am doing, dreaming has a way of making complete and absolute
sense, then upon waking up, repeating out-loud what has happened, and only then do I realize that is was the most ridiculous of dreams and makes no
sense…what so ever.
But the point in which I can see that chair start to take shape at a distance, in that, it is now in a room, and it looks about 5 or 6 feet away from
me, the perception of the distance makes the chair a more realistic object, and that is when it starts to bare colour. From there, I can look around
and stand up and investigate. VERY HARD, I might add. It’s like trying to tell yourself that you can do this and look around and explore, but at the
same time, "Don't let yourself know that you are dreaming". It’s like stay relaxed and don’t let yourself become ‘alert’ to it because, in my
experience, more often than not, it breaks the dream instantly, I can feel the mechanisms in my head change (behind my eyes) like a feeling of
focusing on something really close up to your face. (You can test this by holding your hand up to your face very close and very quickly and 'feeling'
your eye muscles change to bring it into focus.
Difficult to master, it’s like, OK, I can’t be arsed with this now, I’m getting tired!
edit on 18-3-2014 by D0M1N0 because: Changed allowed to out-loud paragraph 2 line 4.