Monday, January 30, 2012

reading up on the subconscious

i'd been reading loads of stuff about the subconscious, preconcconsious, consciousness, unconcsciousness etc etc. it got real confusing and i was trying to take too much in without knowing anything beforehand. i had a long debate with my friends about the subconsious that night and was getting proper stressed about life and what was conscious and what wasn't.

i wrote my ramblings; (without consciously stopping and thinking about what i was writing)

"what does the subconscious hold, is dreaming a place where your subconscious over takes your conconsciousness. lucid dreaming becomes a merging of both"

"the subconscious already knows what you do, it sees, hears, feels, remembers, what nature/ life truely is. Its true future; your protection, your guide. It dictates your fate, feeelings, personality and scepticsm"

"embracing your subconscious allows you to see what is unseeable. It shows a side to reality that is more knowledgable, itelligent than your conscious self"

"consciously saying is subconsciously speaking"

"i'm consciously thinking of my subconscious, which is impossible, as the subconsicous is not meant to be consciously understood, but instead felt."

"true originality is without thought it is felt. its your subconsious breath"

after a long depressing talk. i had my appifinay. i didn't need to think so deeply for that was having negative effects on my thoughts. to be creattive is to be free, clear of mind and content; with the present and what the futute holds. trying to consciously write words and develop ideas begins to restrict creative flow. it creates subconscious boundaries in your thinking thereby distracting you from true creativity. By entereing the creative zone, your body ignores the unessecarry occurences of life and consolidates its creativeness to your hands.

right after all this thinking and non thinking i took a walk. i swaer when you walk, your body concentrates on walking and thinking becomes clearer. it lets me appreciate the world.

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