dreaming

  1. PointOutside

    My experience with (a lack of) dreams

    I used to dream when I was younger. Nothing too vivid but at least I dreamed. I've taken steroids, I've had a series of bad trips on weed a couple years ago, took LSD and had a extremely bad trip regretfully, ate like absolute garbage, partied and drank heavy alcohol for a year in college (I...
  2. Grapelander

    Lucid Dreaming: Increased Connectivity Between Frontopolar Cortex & Temporoparietal Areas

    Frequent lucid dreaming associated with increased functional connectivity between frontopolar cortex and temporoparietal association areas. Compared to controls, the frequent lucid dream group showed significantly increased resting-state functional connectivity between left aPFC and bilateral...
  3. haidut

    Babies Experience Life As An LSD Trip, As A Result Of Their High Metabolism

    Peat wrote a few times on the brain's innate need to dream and how anti-serotonin chemicals like LSD removes the barriers on consciousness imposed by an authoritarian culture. He said that the ability to dream in an awake state is an indication of high metabolic rate and that is a testament to...
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