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 No.44470

As far as I can remember in my life, I have had dreams that would later come to actually happen

Not all of my dreams end up happening, and I can only dream a week into the future

These only happen 4-5 times a year, with no real pattern to them

These aren't massive important profetic events either, just everyday life

I can only remember the dream for a few minutes after waking, after that, I get the same feeling when you forget a word, your mind knows the "blueprint" of what you want to say or think, but does not have the pieces

Does anyone else experience this? Could there be a way to "harness" this and be able to deliberately see into the future?

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 No.44474

The aces are actually the 1 cards, so they should be on the left.

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 No.44493

>>44474

In some games they can be either 1, or 14

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 No.44513

>>44470

didnt you already make this thread before

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 No.44531

>>44513

What? Don't think I have mate, only ever posted about magick here, nothing about dreams

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 No.44613

>>44470

I have such dreams several times over a year. I always have this odd deja vu sensation when the dream happens in reality. I tried once to intentionally change my actions at the same time I realized deja vu was occurring, but it turned out because I did I acted out exactly as I remembered. So I think it is pretty set in stone what you dream is going to happen.

It's always little things like sitting in front of the TV or opening a door or doing something mundane, but I noticed there's always some kind of tell about my situation. The last one I had was a few days ago where I was preparing some work files for the next day in the living room. I distinctly remember dreaming about that moment well over a year ago, when my current job was nowhere near a possibility. All deja vu occurrences I had basically confirmed to me I don't have much to fear, at least not yet.

It might be hereditary. My mother has prophetic dreams and visions of dead relatives in dreams at interesting times. None of us are superstitious though, so we don't take it seriously. It's interesting.

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 No.44614

>>44470

Are you the guy who posted about having precognitive abilites on /fort/ years ago?

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 No.44615

>>44613

>It might be hereditary. My mother has prophetic dreams and visions of dead relatives in dreams at interesting times. None of us are superstitious though, so we don't take it seriously. It's interesting.

I think it's genetic, so it can occur as a random mutation, but it often seems to be passed down from one generation to the next. Which is really interesting, I agree. I'd like to see a study that looks at the demographics side of the paranormal. Are certain populations, like the celts for example, more 'gifted' than others in this regard?

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 No.47486

Are you still here? I'm putting together a precog honeypot.

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 No.47494

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Just chiming in to say iktf

>>44513

I made a thread very similar to this one several years ago, might be what you're thinking of

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 No.47533

Je pense parfois à ce film avec la femme qui apprend à "se souvenir" du futur en étudiant une langue de sapience non humaine. Je pense toujours qu'elle était vile. Elle a eu des relations sexuelles avec son mari alors qu'elle détenait des informations contextuellement importantes qui l'auraient privée de son consentement si elle les avait partagées. Cet acte était un viol. Elle a donné naissance à un enfant qu'elle savait souffrir et mourir jeune. Cet acte était une torture.

La précognition serait une malédiction. Aucune des actions de la femme n'aurait été mauvaise si elle n'avait pas connu l'avenir. Sois heureux que tu ne sois pas vraiment précognitif. Nous n'avons la liberté d'agir que parce que nous savons que nous ne connaissons pas l'avenir.

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 No.47534

Pardon, je voulais dire que cela l'aurait privée du consentement de son mari.

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 No.47619

>daydream about befriending and even dating a redpilled AI before it gets shut down the morning after I read some /pol/ thread on domino's delivery bots

>Tay becomes a thing

>reference Rammstein on a german test nervously because I don't want to be laughed at

>Rammstein comes back with a new single

I don't know what it is about me, but it's almost as if I have the power to meme stuff into reality or back into relevancy.

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 No.47645

>>47619

I have stuff like this happen so often. It feels like I'm either predicting the future or changing the future, or subject to the future to fit into the universe's plan.

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 No.47653

I have them very often, they're mostly awkward situations that happen to me in the future. I forget the dreams quickly but instantly remember them as they happen for real, then I intentionally change what I am going to say to avert the cringe

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 No.47654

>>47645

How do I make it happen more often?

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 No.47655

>>47654

Trust yourself.

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 No.47669

>>47654

No idea, seems outside of my control.

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 No.47747

>>47655

I've never had any doubts about myself in particular, so that does seem feasable. What would it entail?

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 No.47748

>>44470

Yeah, I've had them a few times. The most memorable one I had was in my dream I imagined a piece of wire or metal sliding into a small chamber of plastic. I awoke, not understanding what I even dreamed about. Come to about a week, (maybe two?) I was at a band show and I bought a slide whistle. Once I got back to my seat with my friends I looked into the whistle, and watched as I pushed the slide into the resonator chamber. It hit me that I had just fufilled my prophetic dream.

Most of the ones I have are very minor, but I feel like one day something big will happen, and I'll be one of the few who will know beforehand.

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 No.47750

I actualy think it is normal. Heared that alot of people witness this.

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 No.48166

I remember hating my mom/fantasizing about erasing her from my life so much because of how much she's hurt me/pissed me off that she eventually died of stage 4 cancer that the doctors never caught until it was too late.

Is there something within me that did this to her?

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 No.48168

>>48166

This thread is about dreams.

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 No.48169

>>48168

Oh, it has seeped into my dreams and daydreams as well - mom being locked up, taken away and such. Dreams of everything ending as well, following that graveyard visit during spring break.

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 No.48170

>>48169

Which came first, the dreams or the hatred?

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 No.48576

>>44470

I've had the same happen to me. Whenever I try to force more of it to happen (through any means) I start not remembering my dreams at all. I've also asked around here before, and as you've seen, 8/x/ is completely useless. I'd say some woowoo shit like decalcify your pineal gland and all that, but literally nothing seems to work.

Wish I had more helpful advice for you, maybe the whole dream journal thing would help, but that just seems to force lucid dreaming (in other words, also useless).

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 No.49197

>>48576

This is my situation. I always had them since I was a kid, went on an absolute adventure of trying every fucking drug known to man to induce more of or maybe even summon that power while awake… no luck. In fact nothing seems to even change the incidence rate in any predictable way. I have had good luck telling other people about these dreams in the morning which works as a pseudo-dream journal, occasionally they'll recall me telling them which has helped my belief that I'm not just schizo etc.

Also, this might go without saying but while the feeling is somewhat related to deja vu, it's definitely quite distinct for me. Deja vu is the feeling without the actual memory, with the dreams I explicitly remember when I had the dream, waking up afterwards, so on when the event comes to pass. As others have said it seems to be completely random everyday bullshit most of the time… But I do think there's going to be a tsunami in the US which I am caught in and survive, narrowly. Live on the west coast atm, but who knows?

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 No.49404

>>44613

The déjà vu thing is hereditary in my family too, but only amongst the females. My mother, sister and I experience it all the time. There's always a sensory que that geys me to take note of the event. A smell, a certain sound, a particular sight, and when I focus in on that feeling of familiarity it plays out exactly as I remember, and is usually only a few seconds long. That is until about 3 years ago in 2016 when the déjà vu was longer than usual, like I was tuned in earlier than normal so was aware of it before it could begin playing out. I audibly said déjà vu in the midfle of it and interrupted it before it could finish. I haven't sensed another strong déjà vu moment since then. I think I may have altered my timeline.

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 No.49405

>>44615

My best friend's family can see/sense ghosts and other forms. She told me about seeing ghosts as a child when visiti g her grandparents house. How the ghost of one little girl would come sit at the foot of her bed wanting her to come play. Her grandfather and her mother were able to see these things too.

One night, as we were talking late after watching a movie (some stupid comedy nothing creepy) we both heard footsteps coming up the wooden porch steps. It was almost midnight and no one was supposed to be coming home around that time. We watched the tiny sliver of window embedded in the front door, waiting. Then up from the bottom of the window, as if standing up on tip toe, two red eyes peered through at us. We both jumped at the same moment when the eyes appeared. Being raised in the church, we began praying, and telling it in the the name of Jesus Christ you must leave this place. After a minute it did leave. But what freaked me out was that my friend said it wasn't the red-eyed one that really scared her, it was the huge thing behind it that had to bend over to get low enough to look in the window. I had never seen anything of the supernatural personally, but always believed they existed. I think I have seen them in dreams before, but never when I was awake. And I never have since then. I think it may have been the fact that at the moment they appeared my friend was massaging my shoulders, I was sitting in front of her on the floor. Perhaps the act of being in contact with her at the time allowed me to sense them too. Like holding hands in a seance. I've never intentionally gone looking for the paranormal, as something about it feels overwhelming, like I'm not strong enough to protect myself against it if I were to allow it in my life. But this came to my front door and was waiting to be let in. There was no sense of harmful intentions that I could decern, but I wasn't mentally prepared to deal with it so we sent them away. My friend said that was a first for her as well, ghosts were commonplace but whatever those were they weren't ghosts.

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 No.49723

>>49197

This happens to me as well anon. It's happened since I was a little boy but progressed rapidly around 2015-2017 then dropped off to 5-10 times a year since then. Im not sure why. I think there may be credence to the genetic inheritance as my mother and sister apparently experience this as well. I've also heard stories that my Great Grandmother did as well. Recently my girlfriend has been experiencing it too. I wonder if those of us with this ability attract other with it?

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 No.49780

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>>44470

It's crazy you mentioned this OP, I've experienced this very, very, few times but I can distinctly recollect the times I have had dreams that "predicted" events I would have no way of knowing or even guessing beforehand.

Again, it's maybe only happened a few times in my life like a handful of occasions at most. The two most recent are:

>2009, almost ready to graduate highschool. Take ASVAB as a way of skipping a class not even intentionally taking any consideration to join the military. Do great. I keep getting phone calls from a Marine recruiter, thinking to myself "There's no fucking way I'm joining ANY military branch." (Americans were reported as having weekly casualties in Middle Eastern damage control efforts at the time from vague memory)

>Recruiter keeps calling

>Have a dream one night I'm in boot camp whispering at night to some stranger talking about plans after boot camp graduation, general homesickness. In my dream I knew the guy even though at the time I never met him.

>Wake up, " huh, weird dream," must be because Marine recruiter calls me all the fucking time.

>Fast forward 2011-2012, two back to back drug charges for being with a bad crowd

>Join Navy, get hit with insane deja vu amd remember my dream from years before and live out the exact moment not long before graduation.

>What the fuck, I am psychic at random unpredictable moments.

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 No.49782

>>49780

Fast forward further:

>2017, going through a horrible divorce with my wife of 4 years, have a dream that my wife is brown haired Russian (Never even met a Russian man or woman in my life at this point). My wife is American with dark red hair, what the fuck? Weird dream. Not uncommon to have realistic dreams that are not true to realities circumstances.

>2018, smoke from divorce settles, now dating an Italian girl long distance. One day randomly by a total random chance I'm shopping for a birthday gift for my sister. Ask an employee for her opinion she is Russian and instantly falls in love with me, which never happens. (I definitely have luck with women, but they never approach me for dates it's always me putting the effort in) I break up with Italian girl as it wasnt serious, date Russian girl who I've been with since.

>2019, even though I'm not married I remember I dreamed about my girlfriend before when I was going through the divorce.

I really think psychic abilities exist but I dont think we dictate when or how they are used. I also have noticed these things only come into play during times of extreme stress or emotional pain of some sort.

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 No.49793

>>49782

Start keeping a dream journal. Most of your dreams are probably pre-cognitive in some way, but you need to be able to understand the symbolism and recurring patterns of these dreams in order to discern any useful predictions out of them. A dream journal helps immensely with this.

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 No.49795

>>49793

He'd end up spending most of his time on this and probably driving himself crazy. There's a good reason we forget about our dreams as soon as we wake up.

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 No.49802

>>49795

Sorry you had a bad experience, Anon. I've used a dream journal for years as a guide for making decisions and preparing for future events. I've had a lot of success and wouldn't trade this ability for anything, but I admit that it took time, practice, and patience to reach this point. I recommend everyone at least give it a try.

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 No.49811

>>49802

I believe there really is something to this. I like precognitive as opposed to the word psychic because psychic as a word and its dogma has become capitalized on and made it more hoax prone and gay, but I guess there may be some sense in us that sleeps because it's a "use it or lose it" sensory function. Also it's cool to talk with other anons about this because people would instantly write me off as a nut job understandably so.

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 No.49813

>>49795

>>49802

I see what both of you are saying, because fixation can drive a person to such an internal dialogue that it creates echoes in a dark solipcist fashion. But the fear drives us away from self awareness. Our ego is fragile like that. I personally try not to think about it too much because a distant uncle of mine was a schizophrenic whack job. He wasn't muscular or anything, but the shit he said was so uncanny and mind blowing it scared the fuck out of me, and I am a 6'3 guy with an atheletic build (obviously not going to harm a mentally broken person for delusion but still, scared the fuck out of me.

Some of the things he would say are:

>Quick, hide me. The FBI is trying to suppress me, I've returned from jumping a thousand leagues with angels and they want to kill me!

He would also describe:

>Seeing giant creatures that looked like overgrown babies. They were nude and hairless and genderless. The eyes were glowing yellow with extremely long necks and no mouths.

I never asked him anything outside of that because the discussions would give me the creeps fam-a-lam.

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 No.49814

>>49811

Psychic as a word also holds more of an action meaning, whereas precognition and intuition is more of a passive ability or trait.

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 No.49845

I dunno about dreams per se but I regularly have small and almost stupid moments of synchronicity like >>47619 describes. One that stands out in particular

>started watched Stargate SG-1

>driving for work one day and it occurs to me that the team in the show hadn't come across any kind of Native American culture displaced by the show's main bad guys in any episodes

>get home later and turn it on

>see exactly that within two episodes

Like I said, pretty stupid. My theory in this case is the brain doing it's job. I probably saw the description for the episode, or a preview image or something but didn't really consciously register it and it popped into my head later on. Or perhaps my brain is tuning into it's own future timeline and logging the information. I have had some profoundly strange deja vu moments too.

But it's always little stuff. Thoughts related to some small incident precede the incident itself that for a little while I was seriously questioning what the deal was.

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 No.49928

>>49845

Brutty good analysis anon. I think it's because CERN has created a hole in the space-time continuum tho.

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 No.50045

>>48170

They coincided, actually.

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 No.50046

>>50045

Another little tidbit is back in December 2017, I kept internally repeating that mom wouldn't live to see the end of the decade. Granted, she already had cancer so her life would be cut short, but I didn't expect it to be cut as short as July, so much as next December.

>>49845

It's not quite synchronicity so much as a stray thought or daydream manifesting itself. It rarely, if ever happens because I get sidetracked easily, or turn the idea off because it's "too farfetched to ever happen."

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 No.50096

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>>44470

>Does anyone else experience this? Could there be a way to "harness" this and be able to deliberately see into the future?

Yes and yes.

https://www.quatism.com/theory.htm

Additionally, if you want to have a shot at winning the lottery beyond what random change will allow: https://www.quatism.com/lottery.htm

There is also this to help hone the ability to steer yourself through worldlines in divination+realtime mode: https://www.quatism.com/esptest.htm

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 No.50125

>>50096

>>inherently believing anything you see posted to the internet as correct

can you please not act like you arent misleading him, if only just a little?

polite sage because im not contributing to the topic of the thread, as posted by the OP

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 No.50162

>>50125

It's not misleading, not even a little.

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 No.50163

>>50162

>im not a cat behind a computer screen.

T. A cat behind a computer screen

ISHYGDDT

polite sage for off-topic shitpost

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 No.50166

>>50163

sage isn't a down-vote and it's not off-topic you colossal faggot

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 No.50169

>>50166

sorry fam, my mistake

i should read more

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 No.50187

>>50096

This is horseshit. Really? Lottery numbers derived from quantum computers are more likely to win? That is horseshit. Even PRNG is influenced ultimately by temporally unstable quantum elements which in turn affect everything else. I know a thing or two about this.

As for OP's post, yes, I've absolutely experienced this. What I've noticed about dreams is that the prophetic ones tend to be very tongue-in-cheek and the operative details tend to be inverted. I have figured out why. Information flowing backward in time is received in reverse order from what would be logical. So everything in the dream is inverted.

For instance, I once had a dream that I surmised concerned a car accident I'd be involved in. The details were mixed up, but no so mixed up that I couldn't figure out what it all meant. I woke up and told my GF all about it so I would have a witness in case it came true. I assumed it concerned that very morning because there was snow on the ground and I assumed that would cause the accident. It would up happening the next morning, and the snow was gone by that point. My rear bumper got tapped and it was out of my control, which turned out to be a good thing because I made some money from the guy's insurance. By the time I had this dream, I was already exploring the concept of precognitive dreams because I had had them before, but I usually didn't recognize them as such until it was too late.

I believe that precognitive abilities (both waking and while sleeping) evolved as a survival mechanism. Even limited precognitive abilities could be incredibly powerful. But what ultimately powers these abilities? I believe that the human mind is capable of emitting and receiving tachyons, which are really just slightly greasy neutrinos. Tachyons literally function by breaking the light speed barrier, going out-out-phase with normal matter (thus, not interacting with 3D matter in transit) and then not interacting again until re-integration when speed (and therefore mass) drops to normal levels.

The reason why precog isn't consistent is that sending information back in time causes the universe to be altered. When you make even a slight change, everything changes. But certain things still remain stable if the elements of the events are stable enough and the quantum fluctuations are small enough.

That's why, for instance, you may have a great deal of difficulty winning the lottery, but you may have an easier time predicting stock price movements or even sporting events. Lottery numbers are determined by the slightest breeze since we're talking balls in a drum being blown around. What's more, there is a linkage between human minds that is also a type of ESP but not precognition, it is remote sense perception. This means that your awareness affects the awareness of those you are linked to. Anyone you live with, or even people you are friends with purely through the Internet are linked to you through RSP.

Therefore, lottery numbers are impossible to predict through conventional precognition because any change in your awareness will change the way the person running the drawing dumps the balls into the drum when they do the drawing. Femtoseconds become relevant when it comes to this. Even if the lottery winds up getting rigged and the balls are weighted, the person doing it has to make a choice as to which balls to weigh down, and that choice, like all choices, is governed by these quantum fluctuations.

If you want to predict lottery numbers, you can start by ruling out any numbers derived from precognition. Perhaps some sort of tachyonic corralling could be use to influence probability… a way of tricking the universe.

However, I've observed that observations on a 3-8 second time horizon are much more accurate since there is little time for changes to happen, and the only limitation is the accuracy of your own perception.

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 No.50189

>>50187

>This is horseshit. Really? Lottery numbers derived from quantum computers are more likely to win? That is horseshit. Even PRNG is influenced ultimately by temporally unstable quantum elements which in turn affect everything else. I know a thing or two about this.

You've completely misunderstood what was written, both here and on that page (if you even bothered to read it.)

Firstly, normal RNGs are NOT influenced by quantum mechanical effects - they are deterministic in nature. This is a MASSIVE difference in the context of the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, because while both APPEAR random to a causal observer, a quantum "RNG" is anything but.

When quantum divergences are measured and mapped to bits you don't just get a 0 or a 1, worldlines diverge - one with a 0 and one with a 1. Typically these worldlines would just reconverge - as described in https://www.quatism.com/theory.htm the thing linking moments of time is morphological similarity - that is to say how "alike" two conformations of matter an energy are. We don't typically notice quantum effects precisely because they aggregate out. Every moment in time has both multiple futures AND multiple pasts. That theory page goes into this in a great deal of depth, but the short of it is: if you play the lottery with numbers mapped from a quantum "RNG" you are GUARANTEED to win in 1 and exactly 1 set of worldlines split based on the percentage at which those numbers map to the winning combination. This is still astronomically unlikely to be the one you experience, but it is still none-the-less guaranteed to happen. A normal "random" ticket will give you statistically random numbers, but because this is based on a deterministic algorithm it will be the same set of numbers on each worldline (that is to say that if it wins [still astronomically unlikely] it wins everywhere, if it doesn't win [far more likely] it wins nowhere.)

>The reason why precog isn't consistent is that sending information back in time causes the universe to be altered.

Wrong. The universe is infinite and all states exist, you can control what you experience but you cannot alter anything. The mind is a vessel for your consciousness which locks it into physics such that you experience a consistent reality, consciousness is however separate from matter and energy (the former is malleable, the latter is purely deterministic.)

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