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You are Living a Dream that Lasts a Lifetime.

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posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 06:44 PM
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If Deepak can figure it out, I am sure you can too.




posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 06:47 PM
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originally posted by: TheSubversiveOne
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

I appreciate you sharing your subjective experience.

There is a great book called "The Man who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" that even you, someone of a past life, might get a kick out off. At the same time it may offer some insight into the human mind, and the crazy conclusions it can lead to.


I'm very aware of how we can delude ourselves within experiential reality. I take the acquisition of knowledge through experience very seriously.

Here is a paper that I have which covers some of the evidence that I produced in changing dreams as limited as it was.
www.youaredreaming.org...



posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 08:35 PM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming

i've come to the same conclusion.

How come we can't fly if this is truly a lucid dream though?

How can I access the memories before my current life?

why do you think you were forced to come back here?



posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 09:03 PM
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originally posted by: YouAreDreaming

originally posted by: TheSubversiveOne
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

I appreciate you sharing your subjective experience.

There is a great book called "The Man who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" that even you, someone of a past life, might get a kick out off. At the same time it may offer some insight into the human mind, and the crazy conclusions it can lead to.


I'm very aware of how we can delude ourselves within experiential reality. I take the acquisition of knowledge through experience very seriously.

Here is a paper that I have which covers some of the evidence that I produced in changing dreams as limited as it was.
www.youaredreaming.org...




I thank you for sharing that. Although I believe there are far better explanations for such phenomenon, I commend the effort. I don’t doubt your experiences.



posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 09:36 PM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming

Did it ever occur to you that the reason you picked this kid out of your dream to put a triangle on his forehead was because it was already impressed in your mind from every time you had to look at him and see the Rosacea on his face? That's not a tough one to figure out. He's always had a semi triangle there.

As for the black and white photo of your splotchy hand, that's shaped more like a square than a triangle. You're really not doing anything with these splotches other than trying to make shapes out of them with your mind like people do when they're trying to recognize objects in clouds. I'm not seeing anything remotely interesting in your "evidence".




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posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 03:34 AM
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What you are actually is beyond words, but it would be not untrue to say you are nothing whatsoever other than pure, infinite, disembodied consciousness/intelligence; a field of miraculous infinite light; God dreaming itself; an infinite point of pure potential; or the infinite implications of nothing whatsoever.

The immediate presentation of this unspeakable actuality is the field of your experience, which is an instantaneously appearing virtual field of Radiant Presence as apparent qualities. This is the actuality of which every/ and any/ thing that you think exists consists. This is inclusive and complete; nothing whatever other than this field exists. In short, the entirety of Reality is the "bubble" of YOUR experience, the field of Radiant Presence, which alone exists.

This is the totality of Reality. This is not theoretical, but is actually, immediately real; always the case right here right now.
theopendoorway.org...

Peter Brown speaks about how dreaming is not made of two things.
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posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 04:15 AM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming

If a lucid dream. It's time we all awakened from the nightmare. Interesting post.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 06:56 AM
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originally posted by: booyakasha
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

i've come to the same conclusion.

How come we can't fly if this is truly a lucid dream though?

How can I access the memories before my current life?

why do you think you were forced to come back here?


This reality is engineered to facilitate immersion into a genre specific state of experience so the rule-set doesn't allow for flight in the waking dream but when we sleep that ability is achievable because the rule-set is different. One way to look at it is like looking at a type of cosmic MMORPG where the game system has genre and the rules that govern that genre do not allow for anything to violate that genre otherwise our reality would lack context and be more random lacking the purpose of the intended game. You don't bring a tennis racket to a basket ball game, not how it's played.

That said, anything you want to experience outside of this genre is available in our sleep time dreams as in that state anything goes as you make the rules up as you go along. What you cannot achieve here you can achieve there thus reality still offers a type of freedom of expression enabling other experiences.

Our memories are compartmentalized in a type of amnesia caused by immersion. For me I had to access those memories once I realized I could while conscious during sleep because that provided a mechanism to come out of this amnesia. Like everything it's a process of attention focusing and in this case remembering by following memory fragments.

Why I was forced back into this life against my will is still something to this day that bothers me but I realize the purpose in this life is as promised very different as I have been able to explore this relationship between dreams and the reality they program in ways I could never imagine possible and clearly something I have not done in other lives that I remembered. It took dying in that life to wake me up in this one.

Although counter to localized belief-systems the knowledge gained is of such value yet rendered meaningless to others lacking similar memory and experience. I can see the impact and psychology of immersion as it affects the self in this enigma of becoming an avatar in this deeply immersed role-playing game of life where we become this character in the story detached from any knowing we are playing this game at all.

If anything, this life has made me appreciate the grand scale of existence and intelligence in the design knowing it is an Omniverse that we experience under constraint and limitation where in truth we are in each moment part of infinity but sucking it back through a little pin hole. We live in unknowing and uncertainty for the most part up until a point where we start to crawl out of the immersion to see this larger relationship with reality beyond the scope of localized belief-systems in this never ending quest of self-edification of truth.

Our problem is we have always existed and seek new patterns of experience which have lead us to this requirement of immersion to cut off prior knowing for a very intimate, deep and unique relationship with a character in a cosmic story.

Where I am in myself today is I know I existed before this life, I know I will exist after and this applies to all life not just myself. The knowledge that we pre-exist is exciting and also humbling knowing there is no beginning nor end to ourselves in this endless continuity. I know the motivation I had coming here to participate in the human experience was largely motivated by boredom. Cutting off that knowledge and immersing into a state of unknowing and the new perspective of a human life does present a large range of new experience that was very much unknown to me post-human. One of the reasons we all did this to ourselves, to have new experiences. By not participating you'd never know anything about what it is like to live, breath, die because up to that point such concepts did not exist.

The only problem is that we become so immersed that human life becomes all we know and we habitually keep succumbing to life after life until such a point that we start to come out of this limited perspective and start to move past the inhibiting beliefs locking us into this cycle of death/rebirth. What I call our graduate life, and I would like to believe this is my graduate life however one can never know for sure until after this sojourn into experience concludes itself.

The nature of immersion is so deep it still affects me, life loves to throw in challenges that can derail my focus keeping me occupied with mundane drama until I can pull back and resume my focus on what I've gotten myself into and how I get myself into a better perspective that facilitates higher consciousness and knowing. If anything, it's one hell of a challenge to break immersion and come out of this constrained perspective life offers.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 06:59 AM
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originally posted by: TheSubversiveOne
I thank you for sharing that. Although I believe there are far better explanations for such phenomenon, I commend the effort. I don’t doubt your experiences.


Life is a school and I am merely studying it from a different perspective than most. My findings are sincere in that reality is a highly-organized dream where thought (higher-order thought) programs experience and the system renders the experience in continuity as long as it fits within the pre-defined rule-set. That we are not human, only participants in the experience of being human for the purpose of experience. Waking up in this immersion is not easy and very few bother to even make the effort so the knowing that comes with it is lost in favor of other distractions.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 07:22 AM
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originally posted by: Deetermined
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

Did it ever occur to you that the reason you picked this kid out of your dream to put a triangle on his forehead was because it was already impressed in your mind from every time you had to look at him and see the Rosacea on his face? That's not a tough one to figure out. He's always had a semi triangle there.

As for the black and white photo of your splotchy hand, that's shaped more like a square than a triangle. You're really not doing anything with these splotches other than trying to make shapes out of them with your mind like people do when they're trying to recognize objects in clouds. I'm not seeing anything remotely interesting in your "evidence".


It is very easy to dismiss this experience because you were not there in both the precognitive dream and post-event when it actualized. This concept is not in your reference point so immediately you will reject it, find the hoax, the snake oil, the sales pitch or what you think I might gain from lying about an experience.

For me I was there in the originating dream changing it and in the latter actualization of the dream watching the same re-run of the dream as the changes took place. Even if you think this evidence is weak because you have not attempted this within yourself, consider the implications if true. Furthermore ask yourself if interested what you can to do drive at a similar experience by actively exploring the unknown potential that exists in your own night-time dream opportunities.

The nature of the subjective paradox is that no one else can prove anything to you regarding the nature of reality especially when it comes to the epiphenomenal nature of how reality is an expression of highly-organized thought acting as the programming language when while in immersion you only see the final-rendered product and lost your own connection to the relationship and truth that it's this type of profoundly immense and astronomical dream world you have become locked in.

No one can dream your dream for you but you. If you discard that part of you as meaningless, silly and trivial it will always be what you intend it to be. By the time you become aware of it, it's usually too late to take action right now as that time often comes once the stage of reality collapses and you are stripped of this datastream left with nothing but your own self-awareness to reflect upon.

And that is no big deal but if you really want to know you have to do you own homework through a process of exploring your own relationship and my advice, you are trapped in a matrix. You got yourself into it, and need to get yourself out of it by changing your perspective and breaking immersion. To do that, my second piece of advice is strive to be conscious during sleep in every opportunity not in some half-assed throw away who gives a # attitude, but take it more seriously than your waking life because it will lead to insights far beyond the limits of our current paradigm and best of all, it's all you doing it not some other person leading the way.

Know that your attitude, intentions and beliefs all affect the direction you are steering in your own sojourn with reality. You can either lead yourself into higher consciousness or keep it nice and safe in a bubble of limited beliefs and constraints. It's really all about you and not me, do something or do nothing. That's it really. You get what you put into yourself.

In presenting my experience I have been contacted by other people who have also succeeded in achieving the lucid precognitive dream focus state and have changed the dream at run-time to observe the changes happening here. What did it cost them, nothing. My work is always and has always been free, just open-source for those willing to have a new perspective. If they can do it, other people can do it which means you can do it. But will you? You will decide.

It's probably just too crazy for you to even consider so I suspect you'll move on, watch some porn, play some video games, and keep engaging in distractions. Or maybe you will start to participate in those 5-6 dreams a night and become a pioneer of yourself and find what I am saying is more real and true than the majority of half-baked beliefs and theories in this locality. My truth is not talked about it is experienced in first-person through an act of self-edification, introspection and doing your own homework.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 07:27 AM
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originally posted by: YouAreDreaming
The dream hides in plain sight and simply waits for your realization. Here are some of the ways that it will present this to you. The most apparent insight comes from a form of Deja Vu where you link the familiarity to something you dreamed of in the past. If you have had this experience it is known as Deja Reve (Already Dreamed) and comes from a deeper part of yourself providing knowledge through the first-person experience nudging you towards the truth of what I am stating as a fact. This reality, this moment, this experience you are having is a 100% literal form of deep immersive dreaming. Reality is the dream, you are the dreamer. It has always been this way but to gain this forgotten or unrealized knowledge requires breaking immersion.

The idea that reality is a dream isn’t new. Buddhists, Hindus, Australian Aboriginals, Native Americans, Shamans and modern-day mystics have come to this realization. Even physicists such as Dr. Fred Allan Wolf who is known as Dr. Quantum wrote a book called, “The Dreaming Universe” where he presents this idea. The Dream Argument has been around since Plato and Aristotle. Rene Descartes further expanded on the Dream Argument.

Read More: youaredreaming.org...


When I was a kid, for some reason I used to find comfort in telling myself this after a bad event: “everything will be ok, it’s just a dream.”

Now that I’m older, when I reflect on those moments, it gives me the creeps.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 07:30 AM
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originally posted by: Itisnowagain
What you are actually is beyond words, but it would be not untrue to say you are nothing whatsoever other than pure, infinite, disembodied consciousness/intelligence; a field of miraculous infinite light; God dreaming itself; an infinite point of pure potential; or the infinite implications of nothing whatsoever.

The immediate presentation of this unspeakable actuality is the field of your experience, which is an instantaneously appearing virtual field of Radiant Presence as apparent qualities. This is the actuality of which every/ and any/ thing that you think exists consists. This is inclusive and complete; nothing whatever other than this field exists. In short, the entirety of Reality is the "bubble" of YOUR experience, the field of Radiant Presence, which alone exists.

This is the totality of Reality. This is not theoretical, but is actually, immediately real; always the case right here right now.
theopendoorway.org...

Peter Brown speaks about how dreaming is not made of two things.


There is a lot to be said about the present moment or now. It is the center point of many ideological philosophies as it is the most immediate thing we interface in. It's nice to come into a lucid dream and find this present or now is also in that state. Which derives a very important issue in how we can only have presence or a now when self-aware because it is relative to our own ability to be in this state of wakeful focused consciousness that the now can exist.

Now is just when we are aware of ourselves but the information in the now is just the experience. When we change focus states and move into other experiences non-localized to this one the experience simply becomes astronomical in potential.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 07:35 AM
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originally posted by: ADSE255
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If a lucid dream. It's time we all awakened from the nightmare. Interesting post.


Most people are awake but asleep in this dream. It's the price of immersion. When I talk with people who practice consciousness during sleep as a regular routine they too recognize this enigma of 100% immersion for those who do not. That they only have a small window of experience of which to derive knowledge of self cutting off the other side of themselves which in many cases provides some of the most exciting knowledge of self.

If I could ask one thing of anyone it would simply be conscious both in waking life and in sleep strive to be as conscious in sleep as you are in your waking life and have the best of both worlds. It's fun, enlightening and always rich in experience that is safe. Besides we all end up in that state when we die so having already learned to balance, stay focused and be conscious in non-locality helps when you suddenly get dropped into that ocean because now you know how to swim.



posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 08:02 AM
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originally posted by: Sparkitekt


When I was a kid, for some reason I used to find comfort in telling myself this after a bad event: “everything will be ok, it’s just a dream.”

Now that I’m older, when I reflect on those moments, it gives me the creeps.


I can relate because this knowing for me that reality is a dream stems from as young as 2 years old. It is a systemic result of having died in a previous life as a soldier only to wind up being forced back into this system against my will. There are many times in my childhood years where I didn't just look at reality as a dream in some belief but saw it entirely that way as a literal knowing. Now at 46 years this allowed me to explore that knowing and things haven't changed much. This is still a dream that lasts a lifetime, always has been and always will be. One you know there is no unknowing it unless perhaps some hit on the head or heavy scrubbing of all the experience that yields such a knowing.





posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 08:06 AM
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It's probably just too crazy for you to even consider so I suspect you'll move on, watch some porn, play some video games, and keep engaging in distractions. Or maybe you will start to participate in those 5-6 dreams a night and become a pioneer of yourself and find what I am saying is more real and true than the majority of half-baked beliefs and theories in this locality. My truth is not talked about it is experienced in first-person through an act of self-edification, introspection and doing your own homework.


I don't engage in distractions, but I do engage with God. This is exactly what you're trying to do, but you're missing the mark by thinking it comes from "self edification". While dreams are given to us (by God) to help us recognize and understand what's going on in our lives, to think that you're doing this all on your own by focusing on yourself is the wrong direction and will lead you nowhere. In fact, doing this can and will bring out deceiving spirits to mislead you and distract you from the real God. They (deceiving spirits) and you are fooling you. You were not born into this life to turn around and come back again through reincarnation. This is why you didn't want to come back. It's against all that God taught but you're not recognizing that.

The link in your original post just replaced God with the word, "Singularity". While the Holy Spirit does have the ability to reside within you, you're not going to find it by looking inside yourself first. You must look to God first and let him guide you instead of your own deceiving heart and mind.

Jeremiah 17:9

9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?

We weren't created to trust our own hearts and minds. We were created so that God could lead us into wisdom and understanding. It's only through God that all things exist and hold together. You're just a small part in that, so spend your time wisely by looking for that which is greater than yourself to find the answers.

I'll post some verses that I posted in another thread to try and help you understand where we fit in to all of this...

James 1:5-8, 13-18

5 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. 6 But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. 7 That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord. 8 Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do.

13 When tempted, no one should say, “God is tempting me.” For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; 14 but each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire and enticed. 15 Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death.

16 Don’t be deceived, my dear brothers and sisters. 17 Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows. 18 He chose to give us birth through the word of truth, that we might be a kind of firstfruits of all he created.



posted on Aug, 23 2018 @ 01:20 AM
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New age teachings....

Time to wake up.




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