There is so much that is hidden in the subconsciousness, it generally is made obvious to us when we dream and remember those dreams. Things in
dreams generally make no sense, they are compiled of all our experiences and thoughts and we can witness what the brain does when it sorts itself out
every night. Sometimes we gain a foothold in the subconsciousness, and the thoughts and visions that we experience in our dreams escape into our
When you are dreaming, realise how easy it is to fall in the trap, to believe what is happening in your dream is "real" - unless of course you have
trained yourself to lucid dream.
So, the "dreaming" part of the brain seems to take hold during a psychosis, and you start to believe in many "strange thoughts" that your mind has
It happened to me, and I started seeing all kinds of bizarre things, however, many of the things I saw did not fit into the experiences I had in this
life - there were things that were totally foreign, things that I could not trace to any experience previously had, or any thought previously had in
The conclusion I came to was that my subconsciousness housed thoughts and experience from past lives or from other realites, explaining what I could
not trace to this world and this incarnation.
I could explain what I saw in great depth, however, it was not really the actual contents of the visions that made me come to my conclusion, it was
the fact that during my "episodes" I became aware of another part of "me" that had been hidden in this lifetime, I knew exactly what I was looking at
once I realised that what I saw were representations from my past lives.
It was still a "dream" because obviously my visions were just based on memories and thoughts, albeit from past lives, so, what I experienced was not
"real" however there must have been actual events that gave rise to such thoughts and memories.
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