Midnight In The Desert — dreams

Science is getting closer to understanding what goes on inside the mind when we dream

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Science is getting closer to understanding what goes on inside the mind when we dream

Dreams are so strange and carry so much significance to us that we often feel the need to tell people about our nocturnal adventures, sometimes at tedious length. But if you understand what goes on inside the brain as dreams take their course, they start to make a lot more sense. And dreams are much more important than you might think. Here are some common questions answered about the nighttime hallucinations we call dreams. 1. Why are dreams so weird There's a good reason dreams are so skittish and peculiar. Memories of life events – "episodic memories" – are stored...

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Dreaming and Travel to Other Dimensions

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Dreaming and Travel to Other Dimensions

The world of sleep and dreams has long been steeped in mystery, lore, and legend. We have long wondered what our dreams mean, where they take us, and why we even do it. These are profound questions which have occupied our thoughts for eons, with each disparate culture coming up with their own semblance of an answer throughout history but the ultimate answer remaining elusive even now. Although we have some sort of an inkling of an idea of how dreams work, or at least we think we do, there is little in the way of why they happen or...

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When major disasters happen, many reportedly foresee them in dreams

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When major disasters happen, many reportedly foresee them in dreams

Reports of precognition and other kinds of extrasensory perception are common around major events in human history, the ones that really resound through the collective psyche—the world wars, 9/11, natural disasters. Oftentimes the visions foretelling the future disaster come in dreams; other times phenomena can manifest while the person is awake at the exact time the event occurs. It seems soldiers were able to send telepathic messages from the battlefield to their loved ones during World War I. French astronomer and author Camille Flammarion collected accounts during World War I of seemingly precognitive or telepathic phenomena. He wrote in his...

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Dreams Vs. Near-Death-Experiences: What's The Difference?

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Dreams Vs. Near-Death-Experiences: What's The Difference?

Where do the images in your dreams come from? Are they the product of pure imagination, or do they have a more down to earth origin? This might seem to you, to be a fairly simple question, but rest assured, it’s anything but. There are in excess of eleven scientific theories on dreams, from both a psychological and a neurobiological perspective. There is the Freudian view of dreams and the Jungian view of dreams. Dreams have a cultural meaning in terms of ancient history, philosophy, theology, literature and pop-culture. Some believe they can be prophetic, others think they’re the manifestation...

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Wed Nov 25 - R. Scott Lemriel - The Seres Agenda

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Wed Nov 25 - R. Scott Lemriel - The Seres Agenda

Website: paralleltime.com R. Scott Lemriel is a researcher and author who is passionate about revealing hidden truth on Earth and throughout the Galactic multidimensional universe. In the past, Scott directed a weekly TV show “Exploring Your Spiritual Life” in the Seattle area of Washington State. Topics explored included: out-of-body travel, past life recall, dream travel, journeys along the past time track, journeys into parallel timelines, and higher dimensions. Forty years of direct exploration and extraterrestrial contact inspired the writing of The Seres Agenda. In its final 4th edition, it contains a section that will assist the readers to safely explore...

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