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Welcome to the Reddit Dreams community! Here you can: Ask questions and learn about dreams. Share your dreams. Connect with a community of dream enthusiasts. Request interpretation of your dreams. Keep a dream journal. Post links to interesting sites or videos related to dreams. Keep up with the latest dreams and info about dreams. Everything related to dreams, this is your Reddit!
/r/Psychic, the largest psychic community forum on Reddit, for those interested in extrasensory perception (ESP).
Are you a psychic? Maybe an empath or empathic? Interested in the paranormal? Telekinesis? The meta-physical? Astral realm? Join us!
We also have an IRC chatroom: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.snoonet.org/psychic for those who share our interest and wish to chat!
It goes by many names. "Astral Projection," "Out of Body Experience (OBE)," "the phase," but it's something many people have done and experienced before. If you're curious and willing to try something amazing - join the best subreddit for Astral Projection this side of Reddit.
A database for personal encounters with the unknown. We archive non-fiction stories dealing with spirits, paranormal, strange happenings, and unexplained sightings. Think /r/nosleep without the fiction or creative embellishments. Cross-posting, discussions, and open minded skeptical analysis are always welcomed.
A psychonaut is a person who experiences intentionally induced altered states of consciousness and claims to use the experience to investigate his or her mind, and possibly address spiritual questions, through direct experience.
Awakening is something that is difficult to define because it’s characterized more by what is missing rather than what is gained. One might say that it describes a realization of Truth recognized beyond the need for belief.
While there are as many descriptions as there are perspectives, most agree that they fall short of the realization itself—a recognition so profound that it shakes the very bedrock of one’s understanding of the world and oneself.
INFPs never seem to lose their sense of wonder. One might say they see life through rose-colored glasses. It's as though they live at the edge of a looking-glass world where mundane objects come to life, where flora and fauna take on near-human qualities.