posted on Feb, 19 2016 @ 05:02 PM
originally posted by: dogstar23
a reply to: Ruiner1978
Interesting intro, and good for you for knowing you don't really know exactly what your experiences may be/have been! Too many people assume they
know what things "are" - even in the realm of the ordinary, let alone the extraordinary.
Yes, I think it's very important to not let the bizarre run away with you. For instance, I suddenly found myself in a disembodied form floating down a
road that was on the route to a place I used to work one night. Everything was crystal clear, many details like how the wind was blowing, little
things like that, that you just don't notice in normal dreams. It seemed different to a lucid dream to. Like it was actually actually happening. When
I lucid dream I know it's a dream. This felt like I was physically on that road, but in a non physical state of being. It ticks all the boxes as an
OBE or maybe an astral projection.
It could have just been a dream.
I think it was probably something more. Maybe 70% leaning towards an actual OBE over just a dream, but at the end of the day, I just don't know for
There are things concerning "sleep paralysis" though that I am far more sure about, like 99% sure. But, that other 1% is "I could be totally wrong
Like the old saying, the only thing we can be sure about is that we can't be sure of anything. Or something like that.
With me it's all about the what ifs. I'll entertain the thought of any idea or theory as long as it adds up somehow, and the more it relates to other
aspects and more dots connect I'll subscribe to it more in a "most likely considering my, and other's experience".
I'm very aware of the subjective, objective and the difference between the two.
That being said, I have a kind of admiration for people who have solid beliefs (within reason of course) and often find people who blindly dismiss far
more irritating than those who blindly belive