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« Reply #8 on: June 24, 2009, 09:55:07 am »

haha yes eugene, you did indeed, deja vu a whole different category no  Wink my ex-step father (complicated I know), a respected neurologist with nevertheless quite left field ideas maintains that deja vu is the temporal lobe misfiring, and the brain remembering something it forgot only microseconds ago. I find that a rather unsatisfactory explanation to some of my own experience.

medusa, yes certainly the first part of the dream, in which i was a joyful and participant creator, i remember thinking "I would gladly stay here forever"
perhaps this very sentiment is what brought about the spiral through spheres which I did not enjoy nearly so much.
It does make one question why this should happen at this time and i hazard;

1)a time of of change/crisis/opportunity in real life
2)too much noxious tobacco inhalation/ not enough sleep
3)subconscious desire for exploration of questions which my ego-mind is too busy procrastinating to consider.

deveswar, this is what I found odd, that I could feel that hook in my mouth, and when I pinched myself. perhaps though I was doing so in my sleep.



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