What if my subconscious was the consciousness of someone else?

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Could this be possible? What if my fantasies and dreams were reality somewhere else?

December 17, 2012 at 1:48 am

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Profile photo of Dan Dan (@scew) 2 years ago ago

After smoking about a zip with my friends I had a similar thought: What if our dreams are just us living out all of the alternate universes created by each choice we make every day? Where as while were awake we are in a sort of keystone reality that holds it all together.

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Profile photo of Aline Aline (@aleen) 1 year, 12 months ago ago

At first, i think “impossible”!
But after reflecting about it, maybe it is possible? If we are connected to each other, maybe we get images from another one’s life?
It’s very interesting!

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Profile photo of Toast Toast (@toast565) 1 year, 12 months ago ago

“I dreamed I was a butterfly, flitting around in the sky; then I awoke. Now I wonder: Am I a man who dreamt of being a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man?”

Dreams are such strange things, and the indistinct way most people remember them means that we can quite easily imagine this being the case.

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Profile photo of conglistedsoldier conglistedsoldier (@mumbojumbo63) 1 year, 12 months ago ago

and then you realized that “someone else” was, the one. the one life and consciousness of our world, speaking to you directly with millions of years of practice. we are the most advanced forms of consciousness in our known history so we receive the most messages from the universe and earth.

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Profile photo of Michael Michael (@peacefulmotivators) 1 year, 12 months ago ago

I’m thinking that if our dreams are from someone else’s life then they live in another kind of reality. I’ve put my head under the moving tire of a car on a highway in my dream before, because I knew it was a dream. I got up with a slight headache and checked to see if my head was still in one piece. It was, though a bit bloodied. Anyway point is our alter ego’s could be undergoing a lot of strange things in our dreams, and for that reason they don’t appear to be from this reality. Also, they still feel like they’re us. By that I mean we are ourselves in our dreams, even if our mind has been altered in some way.

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