This morning, I had what I believe is my second conscious lucid dream or out-of-body experience (OOB), where I realized what I was doing and was consciously thinking of what I wanted to do. It's probably closer to a lucid dream than a true OOB because I didn't get a sense of hyper-realism as some have described it, but this time, I felt more in control and more aware, but upon waking, I felt a bit confused by it. What I perceived wasn't exactly what I imagined it would be. I had one idea of what I'd see, but I didn't see it that way. So as I was experiencing this, I felt confused as to why things were the way they were. I guess I shouldn't be confused. If what I saw was what I thought I should see, then it would mean I'm just dreaming. But since it wasn't meeting my expectations, it validates that I wasn't just dreaming. While my sense of perception was better than my first experience, it still wasn't as vivid as I had hoped. But this may simply be a matter of practice.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Have you ever considered why certain circumstances in life occur? Why you meet certain people, or why you get involved with certain groups? As I was reading the second volume of Jane Robert's "The Unknown Reality", Seth had made a comment about how some government group had denied the Robert's something because the government group was acting as their "inner disciplinarian". That comment made me realize that some of our personal interactions in our daily lives have a similar effect.