posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 08:27 AM
I actually think i used to to do this sort of thing when i was little. I have a horrid memory and can't remember much from my childhood but as i read
what you said i could actually remember myself doing something like this.
I would always go into my closet and stand or sit there with the door closed and i dunno just sit there i guess. I can't remember much of what my
actions or thoughts would have been at the time and as strange as it seems, yer i think this is similar..
As a kid i was the one who was always "off with the faeries" and i would always just zone out and stare off into the distance and i sometimes still
do.. Hmm i don't know about what the other poster said about autism - i have never been tested or anything although i would call myself a very shy
person.. it's probably too early to tell with your son yet though i suppose..
I guess i have a vivid imagination - maybe your son has one of these as well?? I'm always going off on tangents in my mind with wild imaginings..
i'm also talented creatively - suggesting a reason for my active imagination.
I'm going to mention something that is extremely left-field and its very discussion has pretty much been beaten to a pulp on this site, although
it's becoming increasingly widespread and it's an interesting topic nonetheless.. it's the concept of "Indigo children". I don't know why i
should mention it but the thought just came to me and i don't even know if you really put that much stock in these sort of theories or explanations
but as of now it's a completely off-the-wall idea that i felt like i had to put here.
Kepping in mind it may not be anything much at all and just your adult perspective on things getting carried away...
nice thread anyways
i hope to study psychology soon and better my understanding of these kinds of things..