Most of the electric dreamscape traits are profound but this one is far too extaordinary in a near death experience and it seems to stand out as an exceptional trait and one that may be tied to the individual's development throughout their lifetime. The trait that stands out in the electromagnetic vision during a near death experience is the critical desire after the experience and during the dreamscape is the pre-conceived desire to fulfill a devine purpose or a primary purpose.
During the dreamscape in the Near death experience are the series of drama's that unfold in the dreamscape about the life of the individual whether or not is true to fact in their real life or exists currently in their life. For the most part this incorpreal purpose is something that is far engrained in the individuals psyche something that transcends beyond their own understanding sometimes because at times we do not even consider the incorpreal until we experience the near death experience. It is a religious purpose when we really look in depth at the incorpreal desire or fulfillment.
Another trait that is very profound is the fact that during a near death experience or out of body experience is the fact that many people experience seeing a devine light in or out of the dreamscape where a supreme being guides you through a series of drama's or leads you somewhere into the light.
Returning to the relativity equation and what is meant or revealed by Einstein (E=mc²) is Energy = Mass Connectivity times two square. The reasoning is simplified where transitive properties or matter is simply stabilized by light. If we look at it in a manner that we did not perceive before it is the same with a dreamscape. A dreamscape is a collective energy an electromagnetic energy that masses together in a collective or connective state by our nuerons and the plasticity of these nuerons form the drama's in our mindseye. Our amazing brains perform incredible and amazing functions even when we sleep.
Further studies and proof of my two theories in these articles are the fact that our cognitive functions are electromagnetic impulses that our brains and body performs within our own spheres our body and minds. They are unseen and some are un-defined where the functions are fluctuations of a dynamic source vibrational and progressive as it plays out with patterns in our mindseye and makes a reality of a dream an unconscious dreamscape where both the unconscious mind and the conscious mind meet and play out drama's.
It is strange to say the least that our emotional energy can be carried over into realms of reality that we do not understand and is ever present spiritually and when there is death that is in the mix of our lives. We can be atheist and experience the energy of someone who was dead long before we were even born. This is what Einstein meant with Energy being connected or mass connectivity. It cannot be harnassed. An example, some people see apparitions, the apparitions are energies that we do not understand, and they have attached themselves to an object or something here on earth that their spirit which is an energy cannot leave out of this physical and spiritual world.
Our dreamscape is a product of electromagnetic energy that we cannot control and is connective through all the nuerons in our brains. All this energy is somehow connected to our life consciously and unconsciously where we experience something profound and it plays out in a drama in our mind or somehow connects itself to other experiences in our memory.
Reviewing what we learned from the near death experience that Dr. Rodinna of Russia experienced in the previous article. A thought while in darkness propelled the Dr. into a light where just the thought of being in the light was a mere thought actually made it a conscious state in an unconscious state of mind in the dreamscape. Profound isn't it.
It is also my theory that there are different realms of dreamscapes because we conjur up different scenarios when we are feeling frightened or scared, happy or sad, the drama's or realms of drama's are extremely different from one another. For example, I may watch a few scary movies and my dreamscape may be a frightening drama that I fear the most or are most frightened of in my life and I do not want it to occur in real life.
I was reading an article in Science today where researchers found that nuerons within its scope is an electromagnetic response and it resides within our memory and stored and if prompted by electrical stiimulation can be enhanced in a series of events well after it had ended in our lifetime. It is like a signaling or links to mini events in the brain . A behavior can trigger the memory and work well after we re-live it or it may even appear in our dreamscape. (Richard W. Cho, Lauren K. Buhl, Dina Volfson, Adrienne Tran, Feng Li, Yulia Akbergenova, J. Troy Littleton. Phosphorylation of Complexin by PKA Regulates Activity-Dependent Spontaneous Neurotransmitter Release and Structural Synaptic Plasticity. Neuron, 2015; 88 (4): 749 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2015.10.011).
We really have to look in depth at what dreams really mean and what they really represent.
Wikipedia describes and defines dreams as a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in certain stages of sleep. This is when our brain activity is at its highest. Dreams last a few seconds or even 20 to 30 minutes. They are vivid and memorable.
Theories about dreamscapes, out of body experiences, near death experiences, and daydreams in general have evolved and they have not been defined or could be explained as easily as other subjects. Psychotherapists, physcians, psycho-analysts, psychiatrists, and philosphers have tried to explain dreamscapes but have yet to truly give a complete analysis of what or how dreams come about or what triggers a dreamscape, nightmare, daydream, or vision.
What is really amazing is even animals dream.
- Richard W. Cho, Lauren K. Buhl, Dina Volfson, Adrienne Tran, Feng Li, Yulia Akbergenova, J. Troy Littleton. Phosphorylation of Complexin by PKA Regulates Activity-Dependent Spontaneous Neurotransmitter Release and Structural Synaptic Plasticity. Neuron, 2015; 88 (4): 749 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2015.10.011