12AM Midnight, sipping coffee, all is well.
by, 05-24-2012 at 11:18 PM (444 Views)
12AM Midnight, sipping some coffee is what I am doing right now.
You might ask,
1. WTH are you doing up so late?
2. Got work/school tomorrow?
3. Why are you posting here?
Well, the answer to all of these:
1. I dunno.
2. I dunno.
3. I dunno.
The truth is, I'm bored.
Recently I've been looking up for something interesting to do.
And I found: Sky-Diving and other Adrenaline-related Activities...
Because who doesn't love a great panic rush?
But it apparently said:
Sky-Diving and other Adrenaline-related Activities... in your dreams.
And so, I started taking lessons on "lucid dreaming."
Which is, in real life definition, being able to control your dreams.
This requires you to know that you are dreaming when you aer dreaming.
Most of us, oh let's say, -le example-
Let us say Apollo is dreaming about his favorite TV Show: The Penguins of Madagascar.
He is flying around with them and doing all sorts of unhumanly types of activities.
If he was awake and conscious, he would say, Why am I doing this?
But he's not. He's subconscious, in a dream, thinking random thoughts about penguin logic:
"Newspapers are black and white. Penguins are black and white. Therefore, penguins MUST BE newspapers! *attempts to read himself*"
Unfortunately, lucid dreaming leads to nightmares.
One my friend Parth had a few months ago:
I was dreaming and I thought I lost all my gold on PL.
I cried a lot and I woke up in a wet bed.
See how this sucks?
You try to control your dreams but you eventually lose control again and fall into horrible nightmares.
Now say, how do you control your dreams?
Well, you need to be conscious. How do you become conscious when you are subconscious?
You need something to awaken your brain.
And you need a lot of sleep.
Subconscious ->conscious happens a lot during light sleep, after your deep sleep.
You need to think of something to realize that you're dreaming, but you don't wake up.
And this thing is, finding out the difference from the dream world and the real world.
Say I was dreaming about penguins like Parth.
I jump up and I say BACAWWWWKKK and fold my win-
WAIT. Freeze. I have wings?
Quick mind logic: Men don't have wings.
My brain goes into consciousness and I realize i am dreaming.
Now sometimes, this doesn't work. This is what happens to Parth, unfortunately:
WEEE I AMFLYING AND I HAVE WINGS WAIT I HAVE WINGS OH THATS OK BECAUSE I HAVE WINGS AND ALL BOYS LIKE ME HAVE WINGS AND WE ALL ARE PENGUINS AND ITS A HAPPY WORLD !!!!!! ♥♥♥
So basically, your brain understands that you are flying and you SHOULD realize this is incorrect, but since you are subconscious, you sort of accept it and think, "ok yeah, men have wings it's true."
And by that point, you lose subsconsciousness and go into a nightmare.
So you need to have real tests.
One I like to do is take two of my right hand fingers and try to shove them through the palm of my left hand.
I think at the same time, "Am I dreaming right now?"
I do this about 30 times a day and I have gotten so used to it, I sometimes do it in my dreams regularily.
My brain clicks, and BAM, I'm in lucid dreaming mode.
Okay, so I spent 20 minutes typing this up. Night PLers!
Why do I do these things.