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aesop_roc
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because we’re not in control of our brains, therefore they think what they want to

Josh Alfred
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Josh Alfred

That’s some heavy stuff Miguel got there. Interesting way of scoping it. I think since some of the brain maintains activation in resting, there are synapses that are activated relevant to daily events, images, desires, and sensations. Sometimes dreams can be of great insight, sometimes they can be fun, trippy, and other times so strange you don’t know what to think about them. Since we give stuff in reality meaning, its true that we can give meaning to our dreams.

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We actually live in what mathematics calls “infinitely dimensioned Hilbert space”. But here, the people are limited to 10% brain use by social engineers. But, even people who don’t exceed the 10% brain use limit, underconsciously perceive some broader views in sleep. When this suppressed knowledge is spread enough to become common knowledge, paradise will break out in America: It is said that Jesus “descended into Hell and on the third day arose from the dead”. Crucifixion forces what is called today “holotropic breathing”. Dr. Stanislav Grof replaced LSD with holotropic breathing. LSD awakens brain use beyond the normal 10%… Read more »

Gia Garza
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Gia Garza

No is positive why people dream when they sleep. Some of the speculated reasons are that they are a response to neural processes that occur during sleep,that they are messages from a higher power, or that they reflection form the subconscious.