Assignment 2

#1 - Absent of Light (Negative impact)

Perhaps majority of us experienced the fear of darkness. I don't know what trigger other to be afraid but I know why I was. Lets be clear, the absent of light is not fearful, what I would see was scary. Imagination is the key or basically is the reason.

I remember when I was kid I didn't really wanna be alone somewhere that there where no light. simply because i would imaging scary stuff like someone is walking around in my room while he can see me sleeping, his hand is getting close to me but never touches me. it was creepy and scary and light was the only way that proves no one was there.



#2 - Absent of Light (Positive impact)

Its funny that the same thing would have absolutely opposite effect at different age. When I grow up ( 20 to 25) I needed a total darkness in order to sleep. by that I mean, I supposed not to see my own hand, otherwise I would not fall in sleep. It was very relaxing and I always enjoyed to see the same affect while me eyes are close and open. 

Interesting enough, sometime I could see more light when I had my eyes closed. It was due to strong imagination. later on i learn that can use this as a away to control my though at that time. I would open my eyes whenever I had so many images in mind and all I could see was darkness. Eventually my thought would fade out due to brain confession. I triggered my brain by darkness.



#3 - Present of Light

Few years back, by accident I learn how to access my diffuse mode ( link below to learn). It was an ordinary day and I was very tired in middle of the day. I was at my home working and decided to have a nap for 30 minutes and get back to work. My room's light remain on and I didn't bother to turned them off and I just passed out on my bed. I have to mention that lights on my room are not hanging from the ceiling, they are stands lights that facing up and which cause an even distribution of light. 

That environment causes my brain to fell into the defuse mode. It was strange, relaxing, clear and full of new things that i don't normally experience. I haven't investigate as i should but i have experienced the same thing over and over in the same exact environment.

The best way to discibe how i saw the images was like a scene in Matrix. Look at the scene, only at the first min. That's what I see and how I start going deep into defuse mode. 




If you wish to know more about defuse mode please click here


And that all for this week, Cheers