03-01-2008, 07:30 PM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Originally Posted by Acting Like Godot
You don't have to get to theta to visualise effectively. Alpha will do fine. Most of us will be deep asleep by the time we get to theta anyway.
Now there are many ways to get to alpha, but don't let yourself get too comfortable or you'll fall asleep. In dreamland, you visualise with great power - notice that your dreams do not merely have images, but running images, plenty of characters, background scenery, convoluted plots, sound effects, lots of movement etc etc.
So what you want to do is to come as close as possible to that kind of state - when you are able to visualise very powerfully - but what you DON'T want to do is fall asleep, because once you fall asleep, you can't control the process.
And your dreams are just your subconscious / unconscious mind talking to itself - but for IM/LOA, what you want is your conscious mind to be talking to your subconscious / unconscious mind, and for the truly reality-bending stuff, for your conscious mind to be talking to the superconscious.
I'm a little lost here. I don't really understand what you're trying to say. And I also don't know the meaning of 'alpha' and 'theta'...