posted on Aug, 14 2014 @ 01:21 AM
a reply to: r4inmaker
I remember an episode of "Dragon Ball Z" where Vegeta - a character who could fly like superman, was training - he went in to a simulator at 400 times
normal gravity, he could barely jump. Perhaps there is a simulated gravity here that stops us from performing aerial feats.
There is also some kind of "strobe" or a light that blanks out the subconsciousness so we cannot delve into the dreaming mind, it is my idea that a
full-blown hallucinatory experience - without chemicals - will eventually lead to hallucinations appearing to be real, and also materialising,
allowing one to jump out into the "fourth dimension" - but as mentioned, when we sleep, we are "strobed" so we cannot access these dreams, and our
eyes are "plaqued" with an inhibitor to prevent the dreaming mind from taking over.
That being said, most would likely be in a nightmare (negative) if they transitioned to "4D".
It is very powerful and generally beyond the capability of the average person to escape.
edit on 14-8-2014 by SystemResistor because: (no