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      Time Stop?

      I was just wondering if any of you have been able to stop the environment around you completely? If you haven't you should try it, it's truely amazing. I've noticed that in freezing time, I can observe alot more things without distraction or uncertainty. This can also help in harnessing your inner potential since you don't have to focus on anything else.
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      i think

      i remember i message like this a while ago. but i think ive stopped time but it was a long time ago. but ill hav to try it agin. rite now im only working on having a dream wer i break curfue from my old house and act out GTA vice city. maybe i will stop the time in the middle of my dream to see wat its like.

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      heh

      Yeh your right but it was a LONGGGG time ago. It was called Time Freeze. go to yahoo amd type in shawndow. Click the first link and there it is.
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      stopping time is one of my powers that i sometimes just have in my dreams, lucid or not..its pretty fun, but ive never actually stopped to look at things..i just do it...just because ..although i sorta have this built in limitation thats somewhat hard to get rid of involving those powers. For some reason i cant keep it like that for a long period of time or i can't freeze a lot of things at once at different times(like freezing one scene and then freezing the next..most likely the other will get unfrozen if im not concentrating hard enough

      have you tried fastfowarding or rewinding time khronos?

      Curiosity killed the cat but at least it didnt die an ignorant bastard

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      nope, that's a good idea though.

      Specially when it involves hot models.
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      naughty boy

      well, i'll tell ya..its tricky..ive only rewound it twice and those times i did it by accident

      Curiosity killed the cat but at least it didnt die an ignorant bastard

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      I thought for a moment you meant freeze time while awake, that would have been very interesting.

      But in dreams, time stop is cool also. Or even slowing time down. You may find you can lengthen dreams to weeks by slowing or stopping time in them. I actually think you can move faster then time, which is why we can pack dreams that last seemingly days, into one night. I've heard people say you dream in fragments, but not under full lucidity with time slowed down. You can actually get stuck in one of those dreams, and have a hard time waking yourself oddly enough.

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      I just froze time for the first time a couple weeks ago.. I tried twice before that unsuccessfully, but this time I just knew that it'd happen, and it did. It was pretty cool.. I was in a crowded mall trying to catch up to a girl for.. err.. a particular reason , but there were too many people in the way. I froze time and all the dozens of people became perfectly still, and I just walked right through. Very cool.



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      Hmm..... like a few of you, I've tried to stop time before in my dreams. The first time it worked..... for about two seconds. When I would try again after that, time would just stop and play right away. It's as if I limit myself as if I were a video game character. I could only stop time so many times/so long of a time before it just didn't work. I need to work past these limitations I give myself because I can't fly well either... Oh God.... and the one time I fly really high in a dream, I reach some sort of ceiling only about 100 ft up. It was like I was in some box. So depressing....

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      Re: Time Stop?

      Originally posted by Khronos
      I was just wondering if any of you have been able to stop the environment around you completely? If you haven't you should try it, it's truely amazing. I've noticed that in freezing time, I can observe alot more things without distraction or uncertainty. This can also help in harnessing your inner potential since you don't have to focus on anything else.
      No, but I once slowed down time to the point where I could see and react fast enough to intercept bullets with my hand. Those bullets were intended for someone behind me, so I slowed down time and blocked some of them, while running towrards the shooter across a lake.

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      Wee!

      I have done this, it lasted as long as I wanted it to, I think I was telling myself though that I had far to much control over things, it didn't last long, probably because I didn't want it to. Too much power kinda turned me off--go figure.
      "When did the dream become a nightmare."

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