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I use the sun.


and what do you do in the long winter nights? :(

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and what do you do in the long winter nights? :)


Sleep.

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at a event, or speaking at a conference, or a meeting, etc


Who would want to hear you speak? :P

I have three watches, I inherited them from my father after he died. A seiko, a tiffany and co and a rolex submariner.

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I have a Swatch Irony - Blue. :(

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Who would want to hear you speak? :D

I have three watches, I inherited them from my father after he died. A seiko, a tiffany and co and a rolex submariner.



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Sleep.


In Scotland you don't have much more than 7 or 8 hours daylight in the winter (if at all). So do you sleep for 16 hours? :P

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In Scotland you don't have much more than 7 or 8 hours daylight in the winter (if at all). So do you sleep for for 16 hours? :P


Oh believe me, I would if I could. :P

Our shortest day this year is 6hrs 50mins - that's 17hrs 10mins of sleep!

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Oh believe me, I would if I could. :D

Our shortest day this year is 6hrs 50mins - that's 17hrs 10mins of sleep!


ROFL :)

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Sleep.

Hahaha, exactly! I'm totally into lucid dreaming too, so I can sleep forever in these cold german winter days.

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Hahaha, exactly! I'm totally into lucid dreaming too, so I can sleep forever in these cold german winter days.


Ergh, lucid dreaming, still can't crack that...

Perhaps you should write a tutorial in the genius bar :P

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Hahaha, exactly! I'm totally into lucid dreaming too, so I can sleep forever in these cold german winter days.


They are very depressing, I know. I spent one winter in Karlsruhe, and it was terrible (it must be even worse in the North). But Karlsruhe and surrounding places were astonishing in Spring/Summer.

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They are very depressing, I know. I spent one winter in Karlsruhe, and it was terrible (it must be even worse in the North). But Karlsruhe and surrounding places were astonishing in Spring/Summer.


Pfft, North? I'll give you North :P

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Pfft, North? I'll give you North :D


So you live near Inverness? Wow!

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I use my phone, unprofessional I know :(

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Pfft, North? I'll give you North :(

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"Scotland!!!!!" (chop) - or was that freedom?

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Ergh, lucid dreaming, still can't crack that...

Perhaps you should write a tutorial in the genius bar :P


Me neither. However, I did figure out on my own how to control having a dream on any subject.

If you can, relax well, and "drift" into sleep. While you are doing this, think of something you would like to dream about, and
"float" off into it. Set your alarm to wake you 3 hours later. You will remember it. I guarantee it.

EDIT: A dream lasts seconds, normally not more than 10. You will usually wake up feeling like a few minutes have passed, when in reality, it was 3 hours. But you won't be able to get the dream out of your head. Self-observed & self-induced brain washing. You can actually "program" people this way, its a form of hypnosis.

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Ergh, lucid dreaming, still can't crack that...

Perhaps you should write a tutorial in the genius bar :hysterical:

I have various sources of information on lucid dreaming including audio (recommended) and text. PM me if you are interested.
Basically what you do is to keep a dream journal where you'll write down whatever dream you had as detailed as possible whenever you wake up (night or morning) until you are able to remember your dreams "automatically". Step 2 is to describe a scenario that you would like to dream about and use it to induce the lucid dream.
I will think about writing a lengthy tutorial.

Cheers,

hecker

EDIT: lucid dreaming is NOT a form of hypnosis except in the preparation phase in order to help you achieve dream-awareness. It also has nothing to do with brainwashing since there is no-one other than you in control of your thoughts. You decide what you make of it.

The whole point is that you are lucid and completely aware during the whole dream experience. Not much different than being awake actually except that you can do pretty much everything you want (flying, distorting matter, making yourself invisible, etc).

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Who would want to hear you speak? :blink:

I have three watches, I inherited them from my father after he died. A seiko, a tiffany and co and a rolex submariner.


You should come to one of our anti-war rallies. :thumbsup_anim:

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