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      That's good to hear.

      Not at the moment. No I think I'm doing okay thank you.
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      Hello! Thanks. not that much really. Been working a lot on WILDs, how's life going?
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      captain_gin_ichimaru but im writing at the moment (:
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      Wow in all the time i've been on DV i've never noticed that sub-forum I might just make a new one but a bit better formated.
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      Howsit, i se you are a Dota fan since you are named after the na'vi player or do you just like the name? I am a dota player too
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      Hey there. I'm in some sort of a really long dry spell(3-4 months). Maybe it's because i'm busy irl and my motivation's kinda low as of the moment. Hopefully, i'll be able get back on my feet soon.
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      nice name change
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      Ah ok yeah me too, but when I go to bed I tell myself that nothing in the world will prevent me from experience my adventures. So I make an attempt each night.

      Currently though I am focusing on astral projection though because I know a friend who have known how to do it naturally all life so I am interviewing him reading books etc. And trying to learn it

      myself. I learn something new each night and write about it in my Dream Journal. So you can read about it there if you want to.

      Sweet dreams!
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      Hehe thank you How's it going?
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    Zen Garden

    by ThePieMan on 07-03-2012 at 12:56 PM
    My life has been quite hectic recently and I've been under a lot of stress, so last night I incubated the idea that I wanted to have a peaceful dream where I can just enjoy the scenery and relax.

    As I was approaching lucidity yesterday (by focusing on flickering hypnagogic imagery) I experienced the famous 'light at the end of the tunnel' effect. I told my unconscious to direct me anywhere I would find peace and quiet. At that moment I felt a tremendous feeling of transcendence as my dream body flew across the world (more like astral projection than actual flight though). I 'flew' past sunsets and sunrises, oceans and savannas and ended up in a Zen garden high up in a mountain range somewhere. It was so high up that in the garden itself, there was a thin stream of mist which swirled around along with the wind, giving the whole place a new touch of elegance. The layout of the garden was very simple. At the center there is a rectangle patch of gravel and sand. On this patch lay two rocks, a large one placed on one end and a small one on the other end. There was a crystal clear pool of blue water in the middle of the patch. All of this was surrounded by a wall. Outside the wall was the actual 'garden' feature of the Zen garden. There were flowers, pruned bushes and trees planted throughout, with a walkway that led all the way to the entrance of the whole place. It was a miniature landscape designed to imitate the virtues of nature - peace, tranquility, beauty and harmony. A true place to relax the mind.

    Updated 08-07-2017 at 10:57 AM by Marm


    Basic Task of the Month - September

    by ThePieMan on 09-08-2011 at 04:54 PM
    I did the advanced task yesterday and this is the basic task completed (ironically this event happened against my will):

    I was on very nice sandy beach with lots of people lying down, trying to sunbathe. At first I did the same, I sat on the warm, white sand and looked into the distant blue sky. Strangely, there were two enormous celestial bodies in the direction I was looking at but no-one found it the least bit odd. At this point I sort of knew that this was in fact not reality. Upon realising this, I thought "what the heck, lets just go nuts" and started sprinting towards the water. As I was closing the distance between myself and the water, the sky darkened rapidly and soon brilliantly lit stars filled the night sky. The moon also came up overhead and illuminated the entire ocean. The water was now emitting a sort of bioluminescent blue. I carried on running, and as I reached the edge I tried to jump into it to make a splash. But to my complete amazement I just bounced and slid on top of the water; I didn't even sink into it one bit. I touched the water to ensure that it had the properties of water, which it did. I tried to use my weight to force myself into the water but it simply didn't happen. I found myself on the surface and not even a bit wet. So I stood up and started walking. Within seconds I fell because the surface was extremely slippery. I tried a few more times, managing to stay upright for mere moments before toppling once again. Eventually I gave up and decided to do what penguins do - belly slide. It was definitely the most fun I've had for a while. On that surface I experienced little to no friction and I just kept on sliding. Eventually this dream world started to fade and became more and more blurred.

    I woke up and sighed.

    Updated 07-01-2012 at 09:48 PM by ThePieMan

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    Advanced Task of the Month - September

    by ThePieMan on 09-08-2011 at 04:53 PM
    Advanced task completed.

    It was a few minutes past 2am and I felt tired so I turned off the lights and fell asleep.
    Moments later I was wide awake and in my living room and it was sunny outside - this obviously came across as a strange phenomenon because from my perspective, it felt like I had just fallen asleep only a few seconds ago. I was a bit confused so I walked around the room a little bit whilst fidgeting with something in my hands. As my thumb brushed my index finger, a bright crimson spark formed. I was speechless... (well.. I wasn't speaking in the first place). I concentrated and tried to reproduce that same effect again but to no avail. I clapped my hands together and a bright spark formed again. After a few minutes of trying and failed so I starting clenching my fists in frustration. Then I felt a searing pain between my fingers. I was suprised to see that my right palm was charred. I was suddenly hit by a thought - "Have I somehow learned how to generate fire at will? ... Nah don't be ridiculous, if I could then how come I can't do it now?" After a while I thought about the fire triangle (a model for understanding the basic ingredients of fire - which is fuel, heat and oxygen). I realised that everytime I generated a spark, it was caused by friction (the act of rubbing my fingers together) or when I absorb kinetic energy. After realising this, I snapped my fingers as well as I could and thought "IGNITE" at the same time and a huge pillar of flame erupted outwards, seemlingly from nowhere, and tore a gigantic whole through the walls of my living room. Normally, seeing my house reduced to this sort of state would cause me to go mental but for some reason I couldn't stop smiling. I felt pretty happy with myself.

    Now this part I found very peculiar because it felt as if I was in the dream for weeks on end when I woke up. Now back to the story:

    After what felt like weeks of "training," a notion just randomly popped into my head - By rubbing my fingers together, I was actually manipulating the concentration of oxygen in the air surrounding, raising its density to a level at which it becomes combustible and creating narrow pathways of oxygen through which I can direct the ensuing flame birthed by the spark. So I was in fact controlling both fire and air, as these elements are so intertwined.

    I can't really remember what happened after I had this idea in chronological order. For some reason I was at Mt. Rushmore (where the faces of several US Presidents are sculpted onto the cliff-face) at sunset out of the blues a ninja with glowing eyes started attacking me.

    He moved towards me in order to strike me with his sword. I barely managed to get out of the way. As I snapped my fingers he waved his sword briefly and stopped me from creating a fire. So all I could do was try to dodge his attacks. I felt the gust of wind caused by the insanely fast motion of the sword everytime it approached me. The quick slashing of his sword must be changing the air current, disrupting the ignition reaction. I felt scared... I couldn't manipulate the air's composition when its constantly in flux. Even if I managed to pull off a flame, it wouldn't have any accuracy. He moved in once again, this time for the killing blow. I crouched and placed my hands firmly on the ground beneath me and started melting it. Almost instantaneously, the ground ahead of me became a an unstable molten mass and he sank right into it.

    The next thing I knew, I was in my bed and it was morning.

    Updated 07-01-2012 at 09:49 PM by ThePieMan

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    Special Relativity Exam

    by ThePieMan on 05-14-2011 at 07:58 PM
    For some reason I was doing my special relativity exam that I did in school a week ago. The question I was working on was about how much the astronauts inside a rocket bounded for Alpha Centauri from Earth at v=0.95c aged during the journey.
    I remember doing some calculations on the paper in front of me. I used a blue pen but the ink came out in all sorts of colours.

    After I woke up I reflected upon that dream and I was actually pretty amazed. I was able to read quite a large chunk of text in my dream without the words going fuzzy, had some precise figures (ie. velocity=0.95c), and did some time dilation calculations that actually made some sense.
    Of course I didn't expect to work out the answer to that question because once I woke up I realised that it was actually incomplete. In the actual exam, I was told that the distance from Earth to Alpha Centauri is 4.3 light years. Without this information I couldn't have worked it out.
    On the whole it was a great and memorable dream!

    Updated 05-14-2011 at 08:02 PM by ThePieMan

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    Atlantis continued

    by ThePieMan on 05-08-2011 at 03:28 PM
    So when I became lucid last night I was able to go back to the dream I had about finding the Lost City of Atlantis 2 nights ago.

    In my dream, Atlantis was a stunning underwater city about the size of a large town. The main base at the center of the city consists of a spiraling column ascending upwards into a spire-like peak. When inside, there are a variety of water fountains and sections. The city has a cloaking device rendering it practically invisible. Though it cannot be seen regularly, as it blends in with the water, it will appear visibly under the moonlight of a lunar eclipse. It floats around with the ocean current presently, but used to stay put.

    At the base of the spiralling tower was a large blue stone, shaped like a layered cake. It has many light-blue crystals sticking out of it that can be removed. These crystals, upon closer inspection governs many of the city's functions such as its ability to shield its interior from the huge pressure exerted by the water on the outside. It emits a "Containment Bubble" that refracts light from the outside (rendering it invisible unless exposed to red moonlight) and maintains a breathable atmosphere on the inside, and it controls and stabilizes the limitless amounts of incoming water that flow throughout the structure's aqueduct system. It also acts as the city's "engine" that propels it through the underwater depth (which is also one of the reasons explorer have failed to find this place).

    Updated 05-09-2015 at 04:53 AM by Marm