posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 04:29 PM
There is deffinately enough easily within our reach to explore simply with the tools of our consciousness experience.
I wanted to comment on the dreams and astral projection. I don't think dreams are seriously examined because it is ripe with oddities to this waking
consciousness. But it really is no different to me then being in a deep meditative trance where you are able to understand the symbolic meanings of
the "random noise". Quite interesting, while in a deep meditative trance, I sometimes hear people speaking quite clearly, not directly to me..
almost like listening to a conversation from another house on the street. Its really interesting. I've reached the point in my meditation where I
can actually see a full picture of a different world in front me.. to such a degree I have been confused and opened my eyes because I almost thought
my eyes were open, when really it was like gazing into another world, fully immersed in 3D. One time I was actually reading a fictional story on a
computer screen in another world while meditating. I think science knows jack #$#$ about what the existence is but if this is just random
hallucinations then I'd like to know how I so creatively viewed some alternate world, and compiled a fictional story that made sense, to read on top
Not to mention the dreams where you have a whole different life, with different friends, and you can even be aware you are dreaming without taking
control... I feel this lucidity concept is misunderstood. To be lucid seems more like integrating your (this world) consciousness with that world...
because once you gain this control you no longer know where you are, everyone different becomes a stranger..
And yes, the astral projections... I think of them more as energy projection into another world... a holographic vehicle of sorts. I won't get into
that though. But I wanted to mention, that I'll be looking around and studying and thinking "ok, I recognize all this, yup, this is my house"..
then I wake up and think "yeah.. that was not my house, so why did I think that?"...
Again, this whole idea of placing your consciousness somewhere else... while astral you have a different way of thinking too I've noticed.. but your
wordly associations are different.. but while there they are familiar... like the dreams with different friends.. a different job, or a task.. and you
know what it is you have to do.
Astral projection is an interesting thing that needs to be more seriously examined. I'll ask this:
"If I wake up from that 'dream' and my head feels like its been shaken, my teeth feel magnetized together, I can feel every corner of my skull and
body and its all pulsating and in the past this used to make me extremely tired from the day, meanwhile I was perfectly healthy and more energized
BEFORE the projection... SO... What exactly is going on?"
I can also project from being awake.. and I'll be staring at the wall consistently.. and I won't look away or close my eyes seemingly.. yet i'll
get out of bed and be in a new world. Pretty damn interesting.
I really don't give a #$% what scientists have to say about my experiences. Sure i'll listen, they have such genius minds, I just wish they applied
a little more philosophy... point is I feel perfectly capable of exploring alternate realities without any use of technology or explanation of what
they think it is (no doubt based on no experience of their own). It's readily available to us to explore. Self-awareness is FREE, and use it how you
want it. I don't work on belief systems, I work on observation through experiences... and psychic awareness I deem a tool of observation. To me, it
actually all seems logical. But I deffinately do not expect others to feel the same. We can never really share the same experience can we?.. only
imitations of it.. we call it life.