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Sorry, you are wrong about that. No I do not use any form or sort of drugs on my volunteers.
Wow, this thread just grows and grows. Anyhow, I had a couple more Sp experiences since I've last posted. What's hilarious is that it's become a game for me. I realized that if I begin to feel fear, it becomes sudden hell. In the darkness (which seems to be the recent theme, where everything is just a dark nothingness), my leg started to be tugged, I thought, "Crap, I'm thinking of fear" and just that thought alone made that tug an yanking. Soon I was playing tug-of-war with... hm, I wonder what it was. Anyhow, the "thing" pulling my leg, although was "winning", could not pull me away from where I was (although I was really nowhere inside the vast of darkness), perhaps a few inches. Then it started spinning me around and around, as if trying to twist the attachment between me and the surface apart. It didn't work.The day after that, I thought, "If I thought fear... it becomes scary, but what if I thought of... her (a particular girl I've had a crush on for a while)? So I tried my best to remember, and I did. I began thinking her name, repeating it in my head and thinking of her image. Although it didn't work out as planned, I met with a different girl... of which I've cannot say I have had any real experience or imaginations with. It was very brief, as if I couldn't sustain the ability to "control" my dream, and I woke up.What do I make of this?A) It's all in the mind in these two casesB) Experimentation with such phenomenons are scary. Why? Because sometimes you think "maybe I'll just let it win and 'take me', but just before it feels like it's really going to take you, you panic. I imagine it to be the sudden regret of those committing suicide.C) These two dreams do not conclude what my beliefs of SP are.For those who are interested in experimenting with it, please share your experiment results