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Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 4:57
If you could customize your dreams when you sleep, what would you do?

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"…For example, imagine you could bring someone on a date in that dream you could build with your mind inside that gym. You could build a restaurant. Imagine you build a restaurant. You would want to ring someone on a date with you. And then you build your own restaurant inside your mind in that dream. But it would be a customary restaurant, not like typical restaurants outside. Imagine you're bringing someone on a date in space.…"

#dreams, shared worlds

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Christina ♾️ 🏳️‍🌈 🇺🇲 🇨🇦

@SeekingPlumb
 · 2yr ago · 0:35

"…This kind of makes me think of an advanced VR setup, but this is so much cooler, and I don't know what I would do with it just yet. And maybe I'd need a specific person in mind to to share it with a specific thing. I'd like to try, but I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed listening to you talk about skydiving from planet to planet, and you sort of took us to another another.…"

Thank you, @tooshy!

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Katey Kurzawa

@Katey8472
 · 2yr ago · 2:47

"…I think this is definitely an interesting topic. I agree with some aspects of that. It could be cool that you could, you know, possibly like, bring a partner into your dream, but I think that that could could also be dangerous. I strongly believe that dreams are a huge proponent of your subconscious attempting to work out problems or help you come up with solutions that you can't get through during the working day, like when your brain is active.…"

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Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 2:18

"…Hello. Sick employment. Thank you so much for responding. And yeah, like what you say about, like, an advanced VR. Yeah. It kind of feels like sort of that way when I was thinking about it one of the things that came to my mind first, like some sort of VR, or if it's not necessarily a VR, maybe like a sort of machine hardware that gets connected to our brain.…"

Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 1:42

"…It's like you might be changing the purpose of that dream because the brain obviously doesn't dream just to dream. It dreams, like, for a specific reason. It's like you might be altering the course of that dream. I didn't really think about it when I was thinking about the editing part, but, yeah, what did you say? It's so true. It's really true. Joseph also got me thinking about how this is crazy.…"

Christina ♾️ 🏳️‍🌈 🇺🇲 🇨🇦

@SeekingPlumb
 · 2yr ago · 0:38

"…I don't know. Like I don't know how to answer the question because I have always heard that we dream in black and white, but I don't know how entirely accurate that is because it seems like some of of my dreams may have some color in them, whether they're completely color. I don't remember. I almost feel like maybe it was a mix of black and white in color, but I don't know.…"

🤷🏻‍♀️ @tooshy

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Art Science Wonder

@Hedy_Lamarr
 · 2yr ago · 3:38

"…Hey, just wondering, did anybody mention lucid dreaming yet? I'm assuming that you are talking about a technological shortcut for that, but have successfully done lucid dreaming in the past and with meditation, and also just you can do it without even meditation. If you simply think right before bed, I remember my dreams and then repeat that to yourself several times.…"

Lucid Dreaming & Imagination Tech

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Art Science Wonder

@Hedy_Lamarr
 · 2yr ago · 2:13

"…Have you ever started to fly in a dream or realized you were dreaming? And did you do anything unique in that type of dream? Know, a couple of times I've literally stopped nightmares from happening, and that was really great. So that's a big bonus of being able to lose your dream.…"

Stopping nightmares with lucid dreaming

Art Science Wonder

@Hedy_Lamarr
 · 2yr ago · 2:37

"…I don't want to make any comments on that, maybe in particular, but it was really strange, but it definitely happened, like, it was a shared experience between two people who did not have any technology between them, just literally two brains. And it was really strange. Neither of us can remember exactly what we told each other. But it was kind of like this working out or an understanding of things was kind of the general feeling of it.…"

Shared dream experience

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Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 0:29

"…Hi second blog. I have the same feeling as well that my dreams are kind of like almost the same feeling because I have the feeling that my dreams are all like, you know, and Caleb, but I'm doing some research about it like right now online and I will get back to thank you again for responding.…"

@SeekingPlumb

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Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 5:00

"…When you said about, for example, in the daytime, you try to repeat to yourself, like, every hour, am I dreaming? I can feel that this process might work, because when you start to repeat something, your brain kind of catches the tune. And after a certain amount of time, you don't have to repeat it anymore. So your brain kind of repeats it for you.…"

@Hedy_Lamarr

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Art Science Wonder

@Hedy_Lamarr
 · 2yr ago · 5:00

"…This is how I see the world. This is how I think this is a really cool dream I had the other night. This is what I imagine sometimes and this other world that I go to. Sometimes this fantasy world. If you're a writer or something like that, if you were a writer who could also direct movies, you could literally direct your novel and have it in written form. For those who like to read, you could literally do both instantaneously and so.…"

How to make Imagination Tech real & more ideas

Art Science Wonder

@Hedy_Lamarr
 · 2yr ago · 0:11

"…An interesting idea. But anyway, yeah, I was done. That was the last I wanted to say. I just knew it was going to cut off, but it was intentional. But I stopped right there. So.…"

Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 5:00

"…So that's why I really love your idea. I really love it. Like the example with the Apple, the subjects and AI and the brain machine. It's really wonderful. And now that I think about the novelist you could have someone reading a book like any book or a novel and project the film instantly like rendering time.…"

@Hedy_Lamarr i really love the " apple, AI, brain-machine approach"

Caleb Paul

@tooshy
 · 2yr ago · 1:54

"…And that would mean more precise understanding and more accurate understanding of the human mind and their patients subconscious. It's like they step directly in the person's subconscious and having a trip there, that would be so amazing. I mean, the understanding would be more precise, exponentially. And then that would mean, like, faster healing for somebody that has some kind of struggle, like internal struggle, they would be able to help that person more efficiently, faster. There are endless possibilities with that.…"

@Hedy_Lamarr #maybe the future of therapy lies there

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