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Re: rapid dream-like experiences while awake?

Posted by Timothy on May 27, 1999 at 15:34:15:

In Reply to: Re: rapid dream-like experiences while awake? posted by Bev on May 27, 1999 at 14:35:48:

Thank you for responding. You ask a very good question, why I don't relate this to hh.

I'm new at all this, and didn't even know hh existed until the other day. From my tiny bit of knowledge, and from the examples that I've read, it seemed like hh was more of a fully realized, very real type of hallucination, that is recognized as a hallucination while it is being experienced. Maybe I was looking at some poor descriptions of hh? In any case, I thought my situation was different in that the experience I felt was happening in extremely compressed time --zap, I had a vivid recollection of day long trip to somewhere in just one or two seconds. It sounds too weird.

Thanks for your response. I gotta go ...be right back.

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