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      I was wondering if anyone has experienced be aware of everything around you.

      For example if you were lucid and you could "sense" every leaf, person, detail, and so on. It's like you know it's there, but your not focused on it. I was thinking if it were possible in a dream, it might be possible in everyday life. Think about what it could do for you.
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      I think, perhaps, my brain would explode from the information overlode.

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      I don't.

      I have heard of people having a dual conscience while on drugs. Why couldn't you train yourself to have a multiple conscience in your normal life.
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      Well, I'm not ruling out the possibility; I try to never do that. But I don't think that I, personally, could handle that. Of course, if I trained then maybe I could, but right now, definitely not.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Eminence View Post
      Well, I'm not ruling out the possibility; I try to never do that. But I don't think that I, personally, could handle that. Of course, if I trained then maybe I could, but right now, definitely not.
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      I think you could do it. If you've ever driven you know how many things your mind can focus on, without you focusing on it. While you're driving you are steering, looking for peds, scanning traffic, staying in your lane, might be listening to the radio, talking, thinking, all at once. That may seem like a brain overload right there. If you do it all the time, it's no problem at all.

      I know it's not possible right now for anyone from what I see. But I'd like to be the first if it hasn't happened yet.
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      That's kind of similar to that scene in Waking Life where the man talks about 360 vision. Has anyone been able to do that here?


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      I think it would be essentially possible to be completely aware of every detail and facet in a dream, since after all it was created from your own mind. However, whether or not it could all be present in your conscious dream mind and not just in the subconscious and have knowledge of it is interesting. It sounds kind of like what some people describe as being "one" with the landscape, spreading your consciousness (I assume you meant consciousness, not conscience) over the entire dreamscape. I don't see why this would be impossible, but I'd ask someone who's used LSD or something.

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