posted on Aug, 11 2013 @ 12:28 PM
Daydreaming, I think, is far easier than lucid dreaming, because you are totally awake and at the same time you can sit at your desk and ponder
reality without any special or mystical "techniques" - I have been thinking about a very interesting thing - and that is - to imagine what would
have happened if you:
1) Did or did not choose a specific action in the past.
2) If you chose not to perform an action that was asked of you or offered to you.
3) If you did choose to perform an action that was asked of you or offered to you.
4) If you chose an alternate action to the action performed or inaction in respect to an opportunity.
By doing this, you can:
i) Remember events from the past
ii) Re-construe possible events in the future or up to the present
So - here is an exercise that I did, a rough translation of what I wrote down - one of the "events" that I wrote down:
When I was in primary school I accidentally ran an extra lap in the cross country. I remember that I thought about stopping however I continued to run
- a teacher noticed that I had continued, and by that time it was too late, by best friend got the card for "20th" and mine was just "21st" - I
tried to explain this to the teachers however to no avail.
If I did react on that opportunity of thought, and acted by completing the race and not running any further, I would have been recorded amongst the
Now, here is the prediction - I use specific things as "stepping stones" to "predict" my "alternate future" - here is a small list:
1) Choice of high school
2) My grades at high school
3) Admittance to university
4) Employment and salary
5) Partners and marriage
I came home and I was very happy with my medal - I started running around much more at school - I went to the local boy this high school (I went to a
co-ed in reality) and I was driving a car by the age of 18 (I got a motorcycle in my early 20's in reality) and I became a motor mechanic (in reality
I went to university and not tech).
This little sequence became a series of images in my mind, and thus have flashes of being at a totally different high school...
Dreams are amazing.