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Do you think you lose part of your consciousness when you hit puberty?

no i don’t read pullman Lol
you don’t need to be mind readers and i am sorry somehow


  1. Moving from birth to 45 Minutes after birth, one loses a major level of consciousness (unless gazing by mother/care giver occurs); brain scans give a 2-4 months’ period of regaining that….
    Moving from early childhood to 6-8, loses the dream-awareness consciousness http://www.carolbowman.com which permited awareness of angels, helper beings/invisible friends.
    Moving from pre to puberty probably changes focus from whole energy flow to seat-of-soul attention, and increases inter-personal ties (a reason meditation helps regain/maintain the “childlike” joy http://www.easwaran.org http://www.yogananda-srf.org ).
    The rational maturation occurs c. 20-22.
    “The Path to Immortality,” Mark Prophet,
    “The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?”, Free and Wilcock, http://www.divinecosmos.com
    “The Master of Lucid Dreams,” Dr. Olga Kharitidi and “Watch Your Dreams,” Ann Ree Colton, are worthwhile.

  2. I think your hormones and inexperience sometimes interact to do things that when you grown up make you cringe and shake your head to remember, but I don’t know if those are unconscious decisions. Maybe?

  3. Some years ago I have a therapy client who was a senior in high school. She became afraid as graduation approached, explaining that she’d heard that when she graduates, someone else just like her takes her place and lives the rest of her life. She got over it, and is now a very successful lawyer.
    Perhaps this has something to do with your question.

  4. As a child, I used to have “out-of-body” experiences (I could see myself on the ground while flying around overhead). I don’t recall if the ability disappeared because of puberty, or marijuana use!


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