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    waking life

    I was surprised this one hadn't been mentioned.
    If you haven't seen it, it's a must-see.
    It consist of a lot of broad-minded conversations experienced
    by a young man who is trapped inside recurring lucid dreams.
    Oh - it's animated - the kind of animation drawn over actual pictures
    and actual actors.

    It looks like you can watch the whole film on youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...1106l0.3.3l6l0
    http://serpentrioarquila.blogspot.com/

    "To conjure is nothing else than to observe anything rightly, to know and understand what it is." - Paracelsus

    "Why, then, don't you act when you see the danger of your conditioning? The answer is you don't see... seeing is acting." J. Krishnamurti

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    It hadn't?

    Weird indeed... I love this film!

    Dont let the delusion of reality confuse you regarding the reality of the illusion.

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    In the film, one lady seems to suggest that death will be a dream state
    that one is unable to awake from. Reminded me of your trip, Dev.

    Another statement in the film: "To realise you are a character in someone
    else's dream is self-awareness." It sounds odd, but when I tried it, it was true!
    I did become self-aware.

    I also like "the holy moment". There's a lot of good stuff in this film.
    http://serpentrioarquila.blogspot.com/

    "To conjure is nothing else than to observe anything rightly, to know and understand what it is." - Paracelsus

    "Why, then, don't you act when you see the danger of your conditioning? The answer is you don't see... seeing is acting." J. Krishnamurti

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