posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 02:38 PM
Originally posted by SpiritualStar
I see stars basically all the time, but they're not the normal stars from standing up too fast or whatnot,
Another thing that I see, is when I stare for long periods of time, I see what appears to be a fast-moving clouded tunnel
Practice and you will get to the point where you can see the lights and the distortion in the absence of light, like with your eyes closed, these
aren't bound to your eyes.
I will tell you this though, it may be easier to practice watching the lights in the 3rd dimension. To do that, start by focusing on one point in the
sky preferably in the shade with the light of the sun obstructed from your view. Now watching the lights moving about wait until you start seeing the
distortion, do not adjust your focus but rather your attention to the lights and you will begin observing them with full depth perception.
At first, as you practice you may need to slightly cross your eyes inward, slowly so as not lose focus on the distortion. Eventually, as you become
more familiar with discerning focus from attention you will begin seeing the the dark, well I'll call them lights also just to give them some
definition, but dark ones.
The distortion is easier to practice in darkness. And practice controlling the shape and behavior of the distortion.
It is natural to everyone. Those that will pursue it will eventually understand it. And I'm sure some will find uses for the distortion.