mjj (flemmings) wrote,

Afer Life

Conclusion: my brain doesn't discriminate among differing visual stimuli. It registers them all as 'experience' if the stimuli are strong enough. I knew that I used to have to track down random feelings of dread or euphoria to their source and expel them with a 'No that didn't happen I just dreamed it did.' I read enough books that my mind seems to know now that a downer from print comes from a book, but I'll still get little faux-memories of things I've 'seen' in this book or that.
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Tags: dreams, film

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