In regards to your OP, yes... I do.. but with all due respect, I must ask you one simple question: For the sake of logic,
Do you own a clock-radio alarm-clock?
If so, do you wake up to it?
If not... are you set to your own body clock?
I'm not sure if it has been mentioned yet here, but I figured I would ask nonetheless.
Not to offend but I have had the same thing happen as of late, when I had my alarm clock set to wake me at a certain time... I was always hearing
these weird things, bursts of craziness and world changing events... every time I was waking up... then I found out that the significant other had
switched the alarm from my ambient CD to NPR Radio. Joke's on me I guess.
So, lets dig a little deeper shall we...
"The Waking Life" as it is sometimes termed: is that in-between the sleep and waking state that we all experience is when REM (sleep) is most active
as far as my researching mind recalls. I also remember reading somewhere that the "lucid" state is most active during REM sleep, right before
waking. Now this (waking life) happens at least several times during sleeping, so the experts say.
Seriously, this subject interests me... as I feel that the time spent during dreams (by a person) is no less important than what is accomplished in
their day-to-day lives. The human mind is an amazing thing, and that is an understatement. I agree with the feeling of sometimes "tapping in" to
something you refer to as the phonelines or internet, which might once again be an understatement.... but it is the dark side of of lives.
So I must ask everyone.... here.
where do you think this information comes from?
Might it be stored in our brains from successive generations (hereditary) or something else?
If not, and we are tapping into something else.... where does it come from?
Sorry for the rant, but you all have me wondering now...