posted on Dec, 5 2007 @ 07:29 PM
Okay like I said, I'm no expert, but since a young, young age I've always been interested in peoples dreams (and my own), in fact I think it's
sleepin that fascinates me too...
Sleep is the most natural state in my belief, and although their are varying sleeping patterns using various states of mind, Sleep is also one route
to experiencing out of body experiences and Lucid dreaming...
I first encountered lucid dreaming, after practising out of body experiences, which i never really had much luck with... but I then started listening
too Binaural beats, and then for some reason I could occasionaly take control of my dreams... but with the lucid dreams also came sleep
Bare in mind I had never encountered or experienced either phenomena before practising..
But that's going off trail slightly, I also think sleep is like returning to the source (I don't call it God, or anything else, just like the
source, the big battery if you will), I think yes, your subconscious deals with certain elements in your life, but i think those elements become
'thing's in a 'realm', almost sub-physicaly, like defragging your head or something...
Astral travelling can be acheived via meditative sleep, as can OOBe's, so why not be somewhere inbetween, like your own sub-realm created within you,
but connected to the invisible energy around us.... I think lucid dreams are a fragmented version of astral travelling...
Sorry if it sounds like hippy gibberish, but if you must know, i'm a music producer / journalist and tend to take life semi-seriously these days, but
dreams have been a fascination since being a kid and i take that subject very seriously with all my heart.
I have more stuff if anybody is prepared to listen?