posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 11:05 AM
"Mouse : Wha...what does this mean?
Originally posted by TheOneElectric It seemed as if I was traveling the stars, this I was imagining of course. However, as I was told, I
should explore such even if I think it was more likely than not a fictitious creation of my mind. As I did, I reached a planet or place in which there
was green grass with bluish gray rocks and a blue sky. I stood looking down into a ravine with a raging river and jumped below. As I did this, I
thought to myself that I am letting my mind go into highly unusual morbid territory. I hit the rocks below and turned into a red liquid that reformed
into myself in the river.
Switch : It doesn't _mean_ anything... "
j/k, could't resist
Wether or not it is safe to be with nonphysical beings, if you truly believe and know it is then it is, but if there is doubt the only danger is you
can go insane. It's all like advanced CGI, just a theatre which makes sense to the beings that act out their roles in it, a picture or sound can't
kill you in itself, you cut an imaginary arm and there's an imaginary wound, both are made out of pure fantasy stuff. Which doesn't mean it is worth-
or useless. Actually I think it's better to use one's own inner theatre more often and the 'external' one less (meaning tv/movies/books).
Obviously you have a need for danger, as if it would become more real, maybe to be able to prove yourself in some grandiose way, only you know why you
would want to have dangerous experiences.
edit on 19/3/2011 by Dragonfly79 because: (no reason given)