reply to post by ConspiraCity
I have come to the realization that there is no quick way to do it. I have been training for a few years and I must admit that I still have
difficulty achieving results that I find useful on a consistent basis. I blame the electromagnetic interference and electrical noise pollution in
town. I use to be far more successful when I lived in the country. In a nutshell, here is how I started.
Firstly, you will want to buy yourself a bedside notebook and a couple sharp pencils. Not pens because you'll curse the day that you start writing
upside down and they won't work.
Next, you will start writing everything you remember in the mornings. This is important business because you want to exercise your memory to recall
subconscious dream state events. Even if you only remember flashes, write it down. This can drag on for a week to months, but you'll notice that
you remember more and more of your dreams.
Continuing on, you'll begin to realize that you are starting to wake. When that happens, realize that you are now in a semi-conscious state and that
you can begin to either participate, or observe your dreams. You will exercise much more control and will remember much more of the subconscious
dream in transition to waking up.
Ultimately, you will continue to dream while fully awake(but your eyes remaining closed of course). At this point, you can go with the flow and
observe or participate. I believe though that when you are at that point, the construction of the dream becomes distorted by your consciousness (or
your awake state or EGO). This ego of yours, I believe, is what stops us from interfacing with our subconscious on a regular basis. I am also
convinced that our subconscious mind (our soul) interfaces with the entire universe; therefor, gives us infinite access to all there is, all there was
and all there ever will be.
What I have been training my mind the past few months is self-hypnosis. I am trying to eliminate the self-ego. Again, I believe that the ego is
somehow engineered as a subconsciousness to consciousness filter. It imposes limitations upon us. Essentially, I am giving myself suggestions that
the ego is "the gateway to my subconscious" and that I must open the gates to infinite wisdom. So far, I am having some success, but nothing ground
You need commitment and a strong resolve, but nothing worth doing is "lazy" to do. You will have to make it a habit.
They say that bad habits are easy to make and hard to break, but good habits are hard to make and easy to break. It is a matter of what YOU want for