It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
## .SBG file – Theta 6 Hz, on 759 Hz carrier wave at 25 dB.
./sbagen -i 759+6/25
Im too analytical for my own good, I always end up playing with gravity and my mind snaps me out.
Originally posted by DAZ21
I do the same with a file I got from unexplainable store. Most vivid lucid dreams ever.
Originally posted by Xtraeme
reply to post by 2manyquestions
I had a lucid dream once where I felt like a cloud (well I felt puffy). Does that count? At first I felt like I was expanding and becoming floaty or somehow less solid. Then at a certain point it felt as though I had stopped expanding and just sort of bobbed about.
What was so strange about the entire thing is I couldn't isolate where I myself was located. Most people I think usually identify their conscious mind with their head. It felt like I had expanded to encapsulate the whole cloud. There was no central spot that I could identify as my thinking self. In fact there really wasn't even much thought. It was more just "being."
This gave me the thought afterwards that maybe "beingness is a conscious focus." It was definitely one of the stranger things I've experienced. But it was pretty fun!
When it got to my turn she told me she saw me floating around the room out of body.
I don't remember this. However I do remember suddenly being very sleepy and then next moment waking up with her asking me questions.
This happens occasionally to me. Could I be having oobe without my even knowing it.
Personaly one of the hardest things i found to do was to stay calm. Basicaly as soon as I realised I was dreaming I would either A start laughing uncontrollably or B try and move extremely fast usualy in the form of flying and or leaping over buildings. ... As soon as I realise I am dreaming I often find it best TO DO NOTHING, ...
I remember my dreams almost every single night. ... Lately they have become more vivid than ever
It seems every single time I have some kind of flight or free-fall experience. Whenever I go to jump, as soon as feet leave the ground suddenly gravity is
A: completely gone
B: only a tiny fraction of normal
but it returns when i make contact with the "ground" even if that's a vertical wall.
Thanks for the great post!! But yeah, I'll describe the effects if this works for me. Very intriguing.
I would suggest that you guys try and become aware of how vulnerable a place you are putting yourselves in when playing around with this type of stuff. Lucid dreaming is a step in a long journey in which you have to be very strong in order to protect yourself from others and other energies that can prey on you in this vulnerable state.