posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 02:40 PM
This is my first post on ATS and I've always wanted to post a reply regarding my theory on Dreams. Remember it's just a theory of mine, nothing more
I remember a lot of my dreams and I lucid dream a lot but I have yet to figure out how to take full control over my dreams completely but there have
been times were I have took control but not very often. People talk about how you see light in your dreams when your eyes are completely closed but
what about when you hear? I'm completely deaf in my with 80% in the other ear in which I use a hearingaid to help me hear. Now I go to sleep without
it and I pretty much don't hear a thing at night, but when I dream how is it I can hear exceptionally better then what I hear in real life sometimes?
There's even been dreams where I am myself and can only hear the same way I hear in reality. So this makes me think;
What if your dreams are of your alternate realities? Maybe in another reality(s), I didn't get menigits when I was 2 years old and grew up being able
to hear and taking a totally changing the outcome of my life but making difference choices that I would have never made in this life. Who know's how
many alternate realities there may be but I believe in the theory to a high degree and I'll tell you why.
I used have Deja Vu experiances many times when I was young, probably at least 10 times if I have to estimate how many times I've felt it. These
feelings can last up to, the most I've experianced was 10 seconds and it's probably the most amazing feeling I ever felt in my life, I don't know
why but God it felt like I've lived this life before because I remembered experiancing those same seconds the same way it happened from my perception
which is just odd. I've never experianced it again after I smoked marijuana for the first time, I've always turned it down from my friends but my
sister was the one to convince me to try it and I actually fell for it, ever since then I've never experianced a another deja vu and I was 16 years
old then, now I'm 23. The last time I experianced such feeling, it saved my life. Just as I was about to take off going biking with a friend of mine,
I left without a halment and 5 minutes later I had this feeling, this urge I don't know what it was but I felt compelled to go back and get my
halment so I did, an hour or half or so later we decided to bike down the mountain that we biked up on to return home and I had this urge to bike down
this dirt road mountain as fast as I can (stupid I know), and I did and my friend told me to slow down but I didn't listen so I kept going and ended
up hitting a bump and the bike flipped forward landed on my head and rolled back forward on it's wheels and yet rolled again on my head and that's
when I fell off it. I'll never forget that day, not ever because that feeling saved my life and I'm forever greatful for it which is why I'm
fasinated with the whole deja vu concept and life's greatest mysteries. I've been on this site for about a year now, and this is my first time
posting and I think I'll be posting a lot on other forums as well sometime soon.
The reason why I like this site a lot is because a lot of people here seem to have the same views of life as I do and I consider many of these people
on this website intelligent and knows what they are talking about. I look forward to conversing with many of you folks.