posted on Aug, 18 2007 @ 09:32 AM
Originally posted by Here Now
I really can't explain everyone's dream. It really wouldn't surprise me that everyone who posted about them will start to experience a more vivid
dream state from this point onward. Dream time is aspects of ourselves learning and passing along messages to our conscious mind. I would have to
agree with others who have posted about the dreams could be affected by mass consciousness. My advice would be to stop watching the news, this may
help alleviate some of the affects of tiredness. If you still find it difficult to wake up feeling refreshed remove all electronics from your bedroom.
This may also hinder a normal nights sleep for you.
When you receive ringing in your ears that's a higher message being integrated into your conscious mind. You may also want to practice checking out
sunsets to witness energy movement. If you stare into the sky you'll pick up little hops of light moving from 1 point and zoom and explode to
another. Depending on the energy level your experience can vary. If you happen be hiking you can uncover energy vortex's this way.
Couldn't ringing in the ears be Tinnitus as well? I know im getting it right now but only after thinking about it most of the time if i ignore it it
will go away. It would be awesome if all the time the ringing was "higher message" maybe then i could know it was useful and not all those loud
movies I been seeing
First post here so sorry if I mess this up... I would normally think that a lot of people's tiredness and anxious worries are normal everyday things.
What I mean is a thread titled " are you having strange dreams/ feeling weird lately " will always be open enough to ALWAYS get people to reply
because there will ALWAYS be people like that.
I apologize for being skeptical, but I prefer to try and get out of the way as much of my skepticism as possible first or "likely" things... My main
thinking being that I haven't seen a single person post saying "no my dreams/sleep is normal"... Which I'm just afraid might lead then to the
apparent consensus that everyone or the "majority" might in fact ALL be having sleeping problems when in fact only the people with actual sleeping
programs are replying to this post.
Now if I haven't already gotten myself banned with my first post and you have bared with me to this point, i have been experiencing the past week
possibly 2 extreme sleep needs
. I normally sleep... very varied and I was thinking its just that (ie stay up till... 6 am then wake up later) but
the past week or 2 like needing between 12 and 14 hours every night
. Even for the past few months I've been sleeping roughly like this, I
thought I would put my 2 cents in because even for my erratic sleep cycles I have too felt an unusual desire to sleep a LOT longer then usual.