reply to post by nimbinned
Thank you, Ned. I believe so as well. I hope this time the discussion can stay on topic and be productive. Definitely an area of interest.
Originally posted by Skepticesque
Informative thread, but I figured I'd mention that the 10% of our brain concept is merely a myth, therefore your point in that regard is rendered irrelevant. (en.m.wikipedia.org...)
Other than that, interesting thread.
Originally posted by lucid365
reply to post by PlanetXisHERE
ah so its possible that it can make you feel drowsey and sleepy ,im not sure if i would be able to take it as i do safety critical work and im medically examined sometimes on the spot without warning,but i can find out if im allowed take it from my employer,if it makes one feel drowsey or sleepy it would then affect your concintration while your awake,i would be interested to take it as im trying to practice dream yoga,i had 2 lucid dreams in 2 weeks and my dreams are more vivid after practicing to stay in the present moment and observe that im in the body,and observe everything around me without going into past or future thinking,plus one hour a day of quieting the mind,im starting to remember a lot of my dreams,my last lucid dream i became present in the body first then i became lucid,its so hard but with practice i know i will increase my lucid dreams,thanks for reply