All HTML Tags must be stripped from this text. Encoded in ASCII.
Date: August 25th, 2010
Author: Ian Andrew Wilson
Copyright: Public Domain by author 2010. Free for public use.
This is an ongoing personal investigation into precognitive dream potential. In no way is the information contained in this article claiming to be psychic or precognitive in nature. Not all textual translations of a dream can clearly depict the vast dream imagery and symbolism and what may be condensed down to a line of text could represent a largely descriptive visual dream environment. Low-order spelling and grammatical errors are expected as the material is written quickly and right after waking up from sleep. This text shall remain unchanged from the time it was posted, and should rehash into the MD5 code outside of the MD5 tags. In the future should any of the dream context match a real-life event the author will attempt to capture images or articles and describe how these events interconnect with the context within the dream.
All persons, characters and events contained in this article are as they appeared from within a dream, any similarities to public officials or people is completely coincidence and is not meant to reflect this person or persons in any way.
This is just a nap dream.
This is what I am writing:
When Dream Reality and Waking Reality Collide
Precognitive dreaming is often thought as a paranormal enigma and often tossed aside in favor of other worldly arguments. When for those who have precognition, the window of reality that it presents collides with waking world events. Theoretical physics such as M-Theory and string-theory suggest a reality of many Universes. Hughe Everett’s Many-World interpretation suggests the Universe sits within many states of probability and superposition in every possible permutation.
Dreams suggest individual experience exists within many micro-universes of the mind. An M-field of ideas and thought forming membranes and layers of dream data. What makes the dream real to the dreamer? The experience alone. No other person can touch the fabric that the mind generates in the form of dreams. Where the idea of thought enfolds upon the dreamer is in an endless continuum of micro-reality experiences when the dreamer sheds of one reality focus in favor of another.
It is in this fabric of dream experience that we see time and space expressed in a virtual model that mimics our sensory minds creation of waking reality.
I get about that far when I realize that I am not in waking reality at all. I sit looking at my very real computer screen and read the text I just wrote. I feel like I am really there for but a brief moment until I give up that reality to wake-up into this one.
Regular sleep… another rough night.
Looks like another night of endless interuptions to sleep. Two kids tag-teaming while one sleeps the other stirs, it’s been frigtening to say the least. If it keeps up, I’ll have slept all of half an hour. How I manage to still remember dreams is beyond me… it definately kills lucid dreaming, the time it takes to prepare and coax the body into sleep while the mind is awake can be a 20-30 minute process for me. One slight interuption and I must start at ground zero. This is why my lucid dreaming exploration is nearly destroyed with this lifestyle dilema. I can’t get the quality sleep needed to cultivate consciousness. I feel like I am in prison in solitary confinement being woken up every hour by the warden.
Great 1:50am, the teenager is up now raiding the kitchen turning on lights. Is it like this in every household, or am I just cursed?
2:20am, the girl is up stoping around, can’t really do much.
2:40am, the ongoing drama is unended… no wonder I am tired most part of the day.
Haven’t slept a wink.
Dream 2: Finally got some sleep, but obviously so tired that it was hard to remember these dreams.
What I do remember:
Talking with an older gentleman, white hair about dreams. He looks like Art but it’s hard to say because the quality of the dream recall is so degraded. We are however talking about different types of stages of sleep and how it affects dreaming.
Dream 3: At former work JK is talking with G. G wants money is upset about not getting paycheck. Doesn’t seem like a happy meeting at all.
Dream 4: Having a skeptical debate about the nature of reality with someone. We are talking about objective and subjective reality and how subjective reality is the only true reality that the observer creates, every other reality is merely a stage for the observer to expeirence a rigid context of ideas. We argue that that in their opinion the only reality is material reality. I argue that material reality is a stage, a prop for consciousness to experience. It will be stripped away leaving consciousness to experience self which is the true reality.
He argues that self is even real, that it’s a product of materialism and I argue that it was the self that first concieved the ideas that would lead to materialism, that all reality flows from the self, into dreams and then objectivity. All there is, is the self, that is what makes reality real. It’s a long winded debate over origins of reality, the causality delima of what came first the self or reality, or reality then the self.
TTB: Time-To-Bed: The time the author went to bed.
TA: Time-Awake: The time the author woke up.
T2S: Time-To-Sleep: Estimated time it took to fall asleep.
TTS: Total-Time-Slept: Estimated time of sleep.
ETID: Estimated-Time-In-Dream: Estimated sense of time as it passed in the dream.
MD5 Checksum: ba62322e402e8d99fe860a1b8362686a
Encrypted online at: http://md5-hash-online.waraxe.us/
Download Plain-text Version: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B9w6moQJPZJuMTYzMDA4ZWYtMTNhOS00NmQyLWIyMWUtZjg0OGExZjkzMTkx&sort=name&layout=list&num=50