reply to post by LaHaver
Well, this is the human's playground.
Anyone that thinks that the end for them comes any time soon should stop worrying. It's all metaphors. It's called the "End of the world," not
"the end of all."
People have come to fear death, but it is a lovely thing. The dying experience alone will teach you more than you could ever experience in the
All is well where I am, for now. My cousin's a little creeped out due to a few predictions I've made(small ones, but enough to convince him I'm not
a complete failure). It would be scary to go through this alone, but he loves when I tell him stories of what's to come, and has told me that he will
be with me through it all.
You can't blame humans for having clashing mindset. They are all different.
Try doing this to remember your dreams more in-depth:
Stay up for at least 48 hours(don't get fired over this, though. do it on your days off!) and then make your bed to where it's as comfortable as
What I do, is I get on my laptop and start playing one of my MMOs. Even if I get bored of the MMO, I continue playing. I keep myself awake as long as
I can, and eventually slip into unconsciousness with the thought strong in my head of "I will wake up in my dream and rule my dream."(silly mental
mantra, I know, but it works for me. try it, or make one up that suits you better.)
About 50% of the time, I find myself in my dream, lost in my MMO. The first thing I have to do is figure out how to move my body without waking myself
up. The first few times I did this, I always woke myself up.
Don't be afraid to take your time. Time doesn't rule in the dream world. I've spent weeks in my dreams, which is scary itself. I've always brought
myself back, and the longest I've spent in a dream is about three weeks, and that equaled 15 hours of sleep. I don't know if there's a math to it,
or if it's random.
I don't know what will happen if you never wake yourself up. It's been tempting, but my call for duty in this reality keeps me coming back.
I know, I'm ranting. Try it, though! If it works for you, it's DEFINITELY worth the exhaustion.