posted on Aug, 23 2017 @ 02:41 PM
The Dream of December
The world is perverse and crazy. It bothers me greatly. I feel more and more sensitive to it as time goes on.
"3 dimensions. 4 dimensions. I'm not entirely sure it matters. The worlds will collide at some point and we better hope... nah... # it. I'm done
with prophecy. I'm interested in the future. "
Maybe I'm the crazy.
If crazy equates to seeing what's wrong with the world, then what does being sane equate to? I was never very good at math, and yet somehow in my
overinflated ego, I feel like I'm almost a master at it in no tangible way.
When was the last time you heard absolute silence?
The most peculiar thing about dreams is they require none of our purported "senses" to calculate and exist in the fantastic and sometimes perverse
world that is provided for us. Perhaps even more strange... is dreams are a world without the confines of movement. Or more specifically, you do not
control where you go and what you do.
Sleepy little puppets the lot of them.
When was that last time you controlled a dream? When you did, has the outcome ever been more thrilling? Or was it somehow... false? It's as if the
worst aspect of controlling your dreams is the awareness of lucidity.
Should we, or should we not, ignore the figure behind the curtain?
In the midst of a "normal" dream, you feel and sense yourself going through the motions, but the movements are not conducted through traditional
When was the last time you gave focus to your own personal movement in a dream? That is to say, do you ever think to feel your heels?
We all just glide along until whipped into a different space and time as the puppeteer jerks his wrist to send the marionette flying from stage left
to right. Have you ever questioned this action in the moment? In the dream, we accept these changes to the laws of nature and continue on with the
Is it possible to interupt a dream?
How much of your dreams are inspired by your "awake" state?
Perhaps dreams are nothing more than taking a swim through a fragmented mind.