roy blunt eye


I’ve had the privilege of doing a fair amount of research into the field of psychology. I’ve been studying this for about ten years now. One of the areas I’m particularly fascinated with is the idea of ‘honest’ or ‘autopilot’ awareness.

Ive found this to be the most important thing that Ive learned in psychology. To be honest, Ive been thinking a lot about this lately. Ive been watching and reading a lot of psychology documentaries, and Im trying to find the “rules” that are supposed to tell us if we’re on autopilot.

The idea of being awake or asleep or dreaming is very subjective. It is impossible to determine if we were truly awake or asleep, or dreaming, or even dreaming. It is also impossible to determine if we were really “playing” the game or not.

This is true. We have a hard time making that distinction, because it seems to be a slippery slope. For example, if someone is asleep, it’s impossible to tell if they’re asleep or dead. But if they have a brain tumor, it’s impossible to determine that their state is real. We have to consider ourselves to be either asleep or dead, but that is impossible.

The only way to make sure that we are awake is to have a mental state that is truly real.

You might be right, but it becomes necessary if you are not asleep. We have to realize that if we are asleep, our brain is in a lot of trouble. The fact that we have to worry about this at all is one of the reasons I think these movies are so great. It’s a good idea to have a mental state, although you wouldn’t know it if you were not asleep.

Sleeping is a very unnatural state. We have to be able to get from point A to point B without much of a struggle, but if we cannot, then we are going to be in trouble. We may have to be awake for a few minutes to get to a place we need to be, but if we are sleeping, we are probably not where we need to be.

You shouldnt have to worry about waking up from a dream. It’s like waking up in the middle of the night, and the next thing you know you have a nightmare. Its so weird, and that is just how dreams work.


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