posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 12:28 AM
reply to post by Geladinhu
I try not to get my hopes up, but I do think about it sometimes. I keep a positive mind, but also a logical mind. I know when things are too good to
be true, and too bad to be true.
As for gifts, I couldn't imagine a more beautiful gift than being able to see the world more clearly.
I enjoy walking on nice days. I love seeing the world. It really is a beautiful place. I think that if everyone could see the world through my eyes,
they wouldn't take much for granted; they would enjoy every minute they could.
Professionals usually say it's a lifelong illness, but I like to think that one day I'll be able to beat it. Let's hope it happens!
The hallucinations I get during the real world are no different from the ones I get during my "sleeping" hours.
I'm able to bend them to my will, move them around, etc. The thing is, I'm the only one that can see them, so if I pay too much attention to them,
others get uncomfortable.
Usually, if I think I'm seeing something, I'll just pat the person next to me and ask them if they see it to. If they do, and they're a person I
trust, then I know it's real.
Usually, though, if I just ignore them, they won't jump out at me. It's only when you pay attention that they do weird things.