A couple of nights ago, I think my conscious brain woke up and glimpsed my subconscious brain writing a long, written piece, such as an article or other written piece of some kind. My conscious brain does this every day.
I suppose my conscious brain can’t converse with my subconscious brain because the feeling I had during the glimpse was as if I had walked into my living room and disturbed my furniture pieces all dancing a waltz, and I was not a dancer.
I saw that my subconscious, unlike my conscious, composes in three dimensions, literally. The actual text was written in large print across the middle of the floor, sections of partially outlined text floated in a moving row at about waist level. In a sort of bookcase at the far wall of the room, rows of related ideas were packed together closely with only the topics displayed but I sensed that the accompanying information was located behind the word labels. To the right and left were long tables displaying grouped information that I knew was to be used in the writing. There were also small bits of information kind of buzzing around like houseflies or bees, kind of circling.
Somehow, I knew this was part of what my subconscious does when I sleep. I felt guilty and a little stupid when I realized that before that moment I had thought of the concept of my subconscious brain as some kind of atrophied mental appendix that only speaks Chinese and was designed for one archaic trick.
So, fellow writers and creators, Word Nerds, Grammar Geeks, and other colleagues, has this happened to anyone else? What do you make of this experience? I am sure I was not dreaming. It was entirely too detailed and clear to be a dream.
It would be nice if your subconscious knew the email address of your conscious. Maybe some meditation would bring them closer together.
All you need to do is trust its all coming together. How the unconscious works? Who knows as long as you give it the respect it deserves.
I agree. It's like pennies from heaven for me. It was not at all a disturbing thing, just amazing. I think my subconscious may have been helping me write and create all along. Like I said, previously I did not give it any respect. I didn't even think of it as a brain before this happened.
I am meditate daily. And I was sober, too. Do you think it may have happened because I meditate a lot? I was hoping that the minute I put this up on the forum that I would be inundated with replies saying things like, "Duh, that happens to me all the time!"
How long have you been meditating? Because these things started happening to me after I started.
I am about 8 years into the Holosync program, on level 5 Flowering (there are 14 levels), and I meditate about an hour a day. Have you also seen your own subconscious at work? I have experienced a lot of the changes meditation brings, but nothing quite like this subconscious writing thing.
I believe meditation can dredge up things from your psyche/subconscious. Is it bothering you?
No, I am not bothered. I am intrigued. I had noticed in the past that after I vaguely outline an article and later come back to it, it almost seems as though I find more of the article composed in my mind than was composed when I last worked on it, but I blew it off as me getting better at producing. Now, I suspect my subconscious is helping me all the time, maybe even inspiring me sometimes.
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