Barely Lucid

Continuous stream of deeper consciousness in motion. Lucid Dream. Sensory Deprivation.



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Lucid Dream on Lucidimine

I’ve been on a bit of a lucid dream dry spell lately, so I decided to invest in a bottle of Lucidimine to see if it would have any affect on my dreams. Last night was the second night I took one capsule before bed, and I had success!

So, Lucidimine is a nootropic that contains two ingredients that I have read are both huge in aiding with having vivid dreams: Galantamine and Choline. Not to say a newbie to lucid dreaming could pop a pill and become aware, but this kind of thing works best with a lucid practice that you already have in place for yourself.

So in my dream… I met a girl. A girl with beauty that fully captured my attention. She was wearing summer clothes sitting in a knee-hugging position looking off into the distance. She looked at me with a warm smile and I locked eyes with her; a deep army green with shimmers of matte silver speckled in seamlessly. She gave me a laugh as if she has known me for along time, as I must have been looking at her with wide, awestruck eyes. I was content just looking at her, simply admiring her tranquil yet sharp beauty. Her ear lobes were abnormally large and circular with no earrings or holes.

The most striking physical aspect of her was a blue hole in her neck located where her jugular would cross through. It was a blue hole that I interpreted to be as some sort of breathing gill apparatus. I then asked her to describe herself to me, and what she said caught me off guard… She said “I have four in-parents,” as if her means of coming into existence was not the traditional mother-father way.

What the hell are “in-parents?” I still haven’t decoded that part of it all, but I do believe I have found one of my spiritual guides.

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Annonomous Sensory Deprivation Journal Entry

At the float studio I work at, we have a journal for people to scribble down their thoughts after their sensory deprivation session.  Here is one of many entries that strike me as powerful:

04/18/2014 “When sleep comes mid-float, it feels as though a night’s worth of dreams flood by in an unimaginable instant.  This was my first float overtaken by sleep, which I think is a sign I was well overdue for a head cleaning.  Cleaning it did, indeed, and I look forward to enjoying the lifted weight.”

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Annonomous Sensory Deprivation Journal Entry

At the float studio I work at, we have a journal for people to scribble down their thoughts after their sensory deprivation session.  Here is one of many entries that strike me as powerful:

05/13/2014 “Too many pictures and memories to view and think about.  My mind was racing faster than I could catch up with.  I finally gave up on trying to recognize or make meaning out of all the craziness.  Then transitioned into lost periods of time and then greeted by vibrations of red lights followed by what sounded like a series of music that was made of dots and mathematical patterns, almost that of a video game chime, but so much more beauty to it.”

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