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Sight through closed eyelids


Who of you can see through closed eyelids (or even from any point of view, perhaps even 360 deg) 24/7 or on will?

I suspect that it's a partial OBE (critical mass of consciousness extending out of the body enough to see the surroundings).

For me it used to happen more frequently almost 10 years ago, it still happens sometimes but recently it has been more rare.



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I can, pretty much at will. I mean that when in a trance it's very clear, & I can go into theta trance at will, but it takes 5-15 minutes depending. I can also do it faster while in alpha trance, but the picture is fuzzier, & I tend to second guess myself more:)



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Have you perhaps also seen the grid / matrix of light?

For me it has sometimes accompanied the sight through closed eyelids. If I remember correctly, this grid of light has been visible both with the eyes closed as well as the eyes open .. though, it tends to fade away some time after opening the eyes (as I wake up completely).



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Not that I recall; that's very cool though:)



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