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Life is a recording and deja vu is the proof

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Published on 26 Jan 2022 / In Spiritual

If you’re a lucid dreamer, you’ll remember what you dreamt the next day. Sometimes a lucid dream can seem so real and can affect you so deeply, you might even experience deja vu. For when we recall what hasn’t happened yet, it’s because it already has, in our dreams.

Dreams come in various stages. The first stage recycles the memories of the waking day, filtering and compressing experiential data, and transferring the remainder to the subconscious. The next stage leads the dreamer through a stream of consciousness scenario or series of events. Most usually follow a narrative arc, developing character interaction and revealing background details to allay any doubts the dreamer might have.

In the final stage, the sleeper drifts deeper into a dreamless void, and will retain no memory of the event. It’s a safety mechanism of the mind to avoid the risk of an embolism. Dreams can kill the unprepared who wander too far, and so the brain protects itself by winding down the conscious mind. In the final stage, the sleeper drifts deeper into a dreamless void, and will retain no memory of the event. It’s a safety mechanism of the mind to avoid the risk of an embolism. Dreams can kill the unprepared who wander too far, and so the brain protects itself by winding down the conscious mind.

However, there is a rare breed of lucid dreamer who has pierced the veil of the black void. Some will take time to digest the information, others will gradually turn insane. The discovery of the true nature of fate can be so shocking for some, they may never return from their dreamless sleep. For what they have witnessed undermines all solid belief in this temporal reality.

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