By - Life-of-Liz
Wow u shifted dimensions!
Sounds like our time line is shifting. Ive noticed a pattern. People who tend to have frequent out of body experiences seem to notice more shifts in the frame work of reality, myself Included. Other may not realize they are having out of body especially at night during sleep cycles.
I have attempted to have an OOBE, the closest I ever got was interrupted by what sounded like a gunshot. Apparently a normal part of the process if you're new.
How does one activity try to have an OOBE? I'm very intrigued.
Mantra, "Mind awake, body asleep..." or various visualization techniques. Lots of books, YouTube videos, etc. about this.
Yes, and some guy called Bruce.
Yes it can be jarring at first, mine are spontaneous. If your intention is correct you will eventually feel more at ease with the experience.
Welcome to this dimension. Do not panic. We still have cookies and tacos.
Yesterday morning I vividly dreamt of a beautiful royal blue house with white shutters.Possibly dark hardwood floors on the inside. The numbers 4849 popped up randomly too. I'm not a psychic or clairvoyant but so weird reading this after dreaming that.
Weirdly interesting. Wanna see if OP can confirm if "4849" has anything to do with the house.
Maybe its house number or like geo numbers of the house or something... Do u remember anything about the outside or surroundings? If it matches up to what op saw then we're definitely living in a book XD
I dreamt of a young child, white shoes with a possible stripe on them and jeans on. It looked like they were laying in someone's arms. There was red paint too except it looked like someone did a squiggle line or something on the hardwood floors with it. I want to say there was two windows in front, gable roof, grass lawn.
Build a whole plot upon this and make it a 20 episode season... I'll watch it! XD
I don't even know what to make the plot. Two glitches in a matrix where one person vividly dreams of a blue house with white shutters that causes a popping sound in the others brain and now they see the house in blue and white. Like our minds are intertwined and I help them see reality. Plot twist, the person having the vivid dreams is insane. Jk.
Edit: just in case, I want to clarify that I don't think anyone is insane ! For creativity, plot purposes only.
Damn I thought you meant The White House.
That probably would've been cooler. Sorry for the confusion!
Did you check the previous captures on Street View? If you feel comfortable with posting the address, I'd love to look at it.
I will have to find it again, I don't know the exact address. I just scrolled street view until I found it. But I'll definitely look it up.
If you'd rather not post it, you could PM me.
I will PM you because I don't know the owner of the house, and don't feel comfortable posting their address to social media without their permission.
Hi Liz, my mum had an OOBE once, she described a loud bang, followed by floating above her bed. She felt very at peace. She also heard my brother calling to her after he died, she thought he was outside the house, when in fact he had died 15 - 30 min before. You might be in tune with other dimensions like her.
I've had a stroke before and I'm also an almost graduated OT... I know that strokes don't present with popping sensations.
One thing I would like to know is how old is the house and had it ever been white with red shutters in the past? I'd love to know the address of the house but I would be respectful of the owners privacy.
Pm me the address if you feel comfortable with that?
Pm me too! Curious about the house. (Also i dont live in the states and would not share it lol so dont worry)
Im also trying to visualise what u mean by white sidings etc. Where i live most of our houses are just beige or white.
Interesting what u wrote about the "pop" sensation. Wonder if anyone else has ever had that too...
Sounds like something screwed up your eye/brain white balance.
That pop.. Wondering if it was like a mini stroke or something.
It's possible, as everything usually is...however I still see other houses as white when they are, and still have a full range of color (ie sky is still blue, grass is green, clouds are white or grey, my daughter's hair is still red). It's only this one particular house that changed color in a span of time that seems impossible to me. I have experienced the popping sensation several times before, including before sleep, and have always just thought it was an inner ear response to sinus pressure, until the house was suddenly a different color. I'm sure mini-strokes or even some strange epilepsy is possible, but I've had a few CAT scans due to migraines and everything has always come back normal so idk.
Well, that rules that out
Yes this reminds me of the whole “is the dress white or is the dress blue” scenario. Maybe your brain first recognized it as white when it really was blue and it finally switched in your brain so that you’re seeing it’s true color
Hmmm seems the admins did a colour change and forgot to inform you.
I woild feel crazy if that happened to me.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE go get checked out by a doctor!!! This sounds a lot like a stroke.
If everything is okay, then yeah…that’s pretty trippy.
I did reply to another post saying I have had several CAT scans that have come back perfectly normal. Again I chalk it up to sinus pressure or some strange reaction to timeline shifts. Also, I have not experienced numbness or tingling or muscle weakness indicative of stroke behavior. Maybe I can explain it better. It's like my focus narrows, almost like going through something too small to fit properly, then popping out on the other side. I would say exploding head syndrome, except I am awake at times it happens. I came close to stroking out once when I was pregnant and had pre-eclampsia, the feeling then was dizziness, muscle weakness, and I was extremely pale and shaking like I was cold. This is almost like using your finger to poke a hole through a plastic film. Resistance, narrowing, then a burst through.
If I were you, I'd see a neurologist. There's just something not right about this description of popping. Doesn't sound at all like sinus pressure.
This did happen last year and I have seen a neurologist regarding migraines. Everything on me checks out normal including blood pressure and blood work as well as CAT scans. I have not been scheduled for an MRI, but I have explained the sensation to a GP and a neurologist who both dismissed it as a non issue. With the sheer amount of suggestions I see a doctor, I may schedule an appointment with my doctor for an MRI referral.
Any updates? Have you gotten all your testing done since this post?
The way you describe that, reminds me a lot of a focal seizure. I've had them before. You can still somewhat function but your brain is really cloudy. Can't focus on anything. Can't really talk without a whole lot of effort. Almost kinda feels like you aren't in control of yourself. And then, just as quickly as it comes on, it's gone. That sound anything like what happened to you?
I had nearly the exact same thing happen to me in early January of this year!
edit: a word
I find it interesting that this happened a) While you were driving, and b) While you were passing a house that you are often "distracted" by.
It sounds quite similar to the many other stories on this sub and others where someone experiences a near-crash while driving, and the proposed explanation is that they actually did crash and die in their timeline, and were "shifted" to the next-nearest timeline in which they didn't die. In the new timeline, things are often subtly different - such as the colour of objects.
Better have another brain scan NOW!
It would be interesting if you could find out if the house has ever been white... If it has then Holy Shit!
I just want to say that a human eye can only detect all colours in 2 degree angle (one degree right and one left) and wider angles are filled by brain from your memory.. This is due to our eye structure. So if you just glanced at the house first, it could be Mandella affect, but you know better than I do.
I’m curious about why it took you one hour to pass the house on your way back when it usually takes about 7 minutes.. that part really stuck out to me!
The one hour part was adding in the 7 minutes after I passed the house to get to my parents, the 45 minutes there, and the 7 minutes to get back to the house on my way home.
Ohhh okay I see
It’s not all this matrix crap it’s just because it’s just 1 out of the hundreds of thousands of things you experience each year so it’s only likely that your memory has a hiccup especially since everyone else says it has always been blue.