Dreaming of Faces…

If one doesn’t want to become mystical about visit’s from those who have passed. Rest assured knowing the brain cannot create a face for dreaming. Every face that has ever been seen, is simply piece’s of one’s waking life. We often see new faces daily, whether this is recognized or not. This could easily beContinue reading “Dreaming of Faces…”

Living A Dream

I am a dreamer. A vast majority of my life is spent in my head. I’m very intuitive and a deep thinker. Although it’s when I become creative that beautiful things begin to unfold. Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you dream too often or spend too much time in your head. Without thisContinue reading “Living A Dream”

Living Existentially

Every once in awhile we take a look at life and begin to question things. We say things like what lies between chaos and creation? How do I balance good and bad? How do I not be too intense without being too naive? The answer to all these poles and what lies in the middleContinue reading “Living Existentially”

Shadows in the Closet

There lies a psychological closet. Everyone is aware of it. To the point where it’s a known expression. Many things are closeted there. To not acknowledge this is a problem. Not a kink or compulsion. A true acknowledgment. For if neglected long enough one’s shadow will grow into a horrific thing. This only appears whenContinue reading “Shadows in the Closet”

Fear of nature, the nature of fear…

People are healthy to have an innate fear of nature to a degree. I do believe this to be similar to the reference of the fear of God. Though more of a literal extension of what people believe as their own personal fear of God. On the grand scale it is basically uncontrollable. It isContinue reading “Fear of nature, the nature of fear…”

Hyperthymesia vs. Alzheimers Abstract

Hyperthymesia in people with High Accurate Memory Recall may be the best catalyst in the fight against Alzheimers disease. It will require the patients to explain the way memory application and memory recon works. For once we understand how the memory functions work in certain people we can begin to identify the source of howContinue reading “Hyperthymesia vs. Alzheimers Abstract”