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#231 - mtm (09/05/2011) [+] (2 replies)
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#144 - Hurriquake (09/05/2011) [+] (8 replies)
So your perception of time is fluid right? So what if the moment you die, you sense of time slowed down infinitely small and you lived an entire life in those last few moments, in a dream world.

What if that is happening to you, right now.
#589 - forevertrombone (09/05/2011) [+] (2 replies)
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#351 - lickalotofpuss (09/05/2011) [+] (26 replies)
I had a near death experience while i was in Marine boot camp. We were in the fields running and i had hurt my knee so i was behind everyone and the DIs were paying special attention to me. What we were doing is running to a work station where you would have to do a certain type of exercise. Since i was behind when i go to my next station the DI yelled in my face to get to the ground quickly. So i did but i landed on a fire ant hill :( and since those little bastards can kill a man they instructed me to wipe them off immediately . About 100 bit me...I was then told to keep running so i do what they said. About 2 minutes into running my hands, feet, and groin start to burn and itch like nothing i have ever felt. I tell a DI but he doesnt believe me and tells me to run...After another minute i start to feel weak so i throw myself on the ground and again i am told to get up and run. But i refuse because i no i need help bad so i fall again.... Then a senior DI comes and as i explain to him what is happening i actually faint. Breathing becomes harder then breathing through a straw...It takes a while before someone shoots me with a epi-pen. but as i layed there i started to black out. They rubbed their fist in my chest to i wouldnt go to sleep, it worked at first but then i started to drift again. i began thinking of my family and how i let them down... how much of a failure i was and gave up hope...but then someone called my name and told me i would be ok. the greatest sense of relief flushed my body and at that point i refused to die. i began taking the biggest breaths, as if i was drowning and fought for my life... it was then determined i couldnt continue my dream of being a Marine and discharged...i have spent more than a year doing nothing :( the life i fought so hard to keep is being wasted away and i dont understand why i cannot pull my **** together... i cried for about 3 months after being home. sorry for wasting your time i just felt i wanted to share this :(
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#502 - heeeeyyyy (09/05/2011) [+] (4 replies)
Honest to god this happened to me, whether it was just a random dream, I dunno.

I lost my dad and older brother in a car crash, myself and my mom survived, but I had a few broken bones and a punctured lung, so I stayed in the hospital. My mom was well enough to take care of my younger sister (She was luckily at her friend's house). On top of that my girlfriend cheated on me a few days before with a guy who used to bully me, plus i'd been rejected from several colleges. While in hospital I was extremely depressed, I felt I had no reason to live, so I attempted to suffocate myself. I must have done something to go as far as I did, because I remember watching myself. Next thing I remember, I was in a pure white room but still laying in the hospital bed. Next to me was.. myself. I looked... clean, if I could mention any differences. I didn't feel scared at all, and my other self said "Cheer up kid, life will get better. You've just gotta pull yourself together" Then my other self sat on the end of the bed, gave me the thumbs up with a really cheery smile... Then I remember lying in the exact same position, feeling happy myself. When I was allowed to go home I felt myself as a different person, a more positive person. Yes my dad and brother are gone, and i'll always feel sad for them, but i've grown to accept it. Now I have a beautiful girlfriend who supports me. Plus i've got myself a decent job.

I don't know if it was a dream, but i'll remember it as the turning point in my life.
User avatar #833 - tomhefailin (09/05/2011) [+] (5 replies)
this **** really got me thinkin. when you die your brain stays alive for about ten minutes right? what happens in there that ten minutes. and if what you say is true and we dream it could be anything. i like to think i'd dream im like 10 years old and my mom is tucking me in and i just go to sleep forever.
#447 - vicskell (09/05/2011) [+] (9 replies)
what if we're dying right now and this is just our mind taking us back our whole life?
#575 - xalim (09/05/2011) [+] (9 replies)
**xalim rolls 98**
#591 to #584 - xalim (09/05/2011) [-]
And I still have the balls to not delete them.
#223 - stormcuis (09/05/2011) [+] (1 reply)
#598 - Unorthadox (09/05/2011) [-]
My body is my only friend.
#117 - toothles (09/05/2011) [+] (1 reply)
I don't know why so many people piss & moan about posts like these,
I think its awesome that every once and a while I can read a pretty cool post like this instead of another ******* rage comic that isnt even funny
#685 - hukne (09/05/2011) [-]
You can actually smoke DMT and have some of the most psychedelic experiences in your life
#654 - corpsgrinder (09/05/2011) [+] (5 replies)
what if we're dying right now and this is just our mind taking us back our whole life?
#185 - thefjmonsterr (09/05/2011) [+] (6 replies)
Chem name: Di-Methyl Triptamine
A drug that it synthesized with certain plants and natural substances found throughout the world.

The drug is most commonly produced inside the human brain stem in the first 28 days of life as a baby. After that point, It is stored in the brain and is only released upon brain/body communication stating that the body is dead. The DMT is released throughout your brain and system, numbing pain, freeing the mind and drifting your subconscious off into the land of death.

This is why some people make claims to "Having seen the light at the end of the tunnel" or having an out of body experience.

When smoked, The trip usually lasts about 15-20 seconds (much like the lesser-extreme psychadelic, Salvia) but it seems like much more. The drug seperates the wall between your subconscious and conscious mind, Essentially causing you to dream while wide awake.
Upon "waking", you feel like a million bucks, better than any cocaine or MDMA you could ever find, Essentially, You are re-born.

Wild huh?
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