Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Transphysical Energy Activation During Fast Sleep

 ~ Speculations over a recent personal 13 minutes fast sleep experience ~

Introduction - Terminology
Due to the unusual nature of my experience I am going to use some newly created terms not contained in any English dictionary.

Normal Sleep
According to Wikipedia, sleep, as we all know it, is a naturally recurring state of mind characterized by altered consciousness, relatively inhibited sensory activity, inhibition of nearly all voluntary muscles, and reduced interactions with surroundings. In my text, I call this “normal sleep.” During an eight-hour night, this type of sleep undergoes several phases. Wikipedia categorizes at least four phases of sleep in detail.

Out of Body

Fast Sleep
This is actually a type of normal sleep that lasts a very short time. Normal Sleep lasts a few hours, but Fast Sleep, according to my personal experiences, is Normal Sleep that lasts anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes. Fast Sleep could also be understood as one or more hours of Normal Sleep that bestow the same benefits on the brain and body in only a few minutes  as many hours of Normal Sleep. I am not able to specify if this very short sleep contains all four phases (of a normal eight hours night time sleep). I tried to make an experiment at a clinic where electrodes would be placed on my brain, but the neurologist had to cancel the meeting. So, I don’t have an answer to this important question.

Unconscious Sleep
Due to the lack of answers and scientific measurements, I can’t specify what phases occur during a fast sleep experience. Therefore, the only difference I observe over the past 2-3 years is that all my sleep experiences consist of two parts. One part is completely unconscious and I am cut off from all sensory inputs. We all experience this and, according to Wikipedia, it is likely associated with what they describe as NREM Stage 2 (N2 - 45-55% of total sleep in adults) and NREM Stage 3 (N3 - 15–25% of total sleep in adults, i.e., deep sleep, slow-wave sleep), in which the sleeper is less responsive to the environment and during which environmental stimuli no longer produce any reaction.

Coming Back to Your Body

Semiconscious Sleep
This is either a transitory phase or a unique phase of Fast Sleep. According to Wikipedia, the closest analogy I can come up with is NREM Stage 1 (N1 - 5-10% of total sleep in adults, i.e., light sleep, somnolence, drowsy sleep). But what I have actually experienced is, at least in good part, different from what Wikipedia describes. In this type of sleep, which in the majority of cases is a unique phase of Fast Sleep, I fall asleep, I close my eyes, I feel more and more drawn towards a deeper state of sleep, my muscles begin to relax one by one, and finally my diaphragmatic muscles relax and my breathing enters a noisy, snoring phase.

Here what's unusual: I am not cut off from auditory and tactile senses. I can hear my own snoring and I can hear (and then remember in the awakened state) a normal conversation in the room, if there are other people present and if they are not making loud noises. I can hear music and, while sleeping, I become conscious of the fact that I am asleep. In my entire life, I never had these experiences before my biological transformation. Because my muscles are completely relaxed, I cannot say if I'm cut off from my visual sense or not, because my eyes are closed, but I can tell the difference between light and no light in the room or if the light suddenly increases. At first, when this happened, and for the very first time in my life, I began to hear my own snoring. I woke up immediately because I felt frightened. Always the same stupid question “Who’s there?” woke me up in seconds. But after hundreds of the same experiences, I got used to this, and my mind didn’t raise that question anymore.

Inception, the movie
For those who had not watched this movie, it would be better to watch it before reading the rest of my story. Here is a brief description from the IMDb that underscores the film's merits and good ratings.

My personal experience – the story as it happened 
Although I had been experiencing the Fast Sleep phenomenon for more than two years since my transphysical energy activation, what I am about to describe diverges decidedly from the sleep experiences I was used to. Fast Sleep in my case is a short 10-15 minutes Semiconscious Sleep which occurs at the confluence between normal awakened and normal sleep. At the border, somehow, the conscious mind is not fully at sleep. The hearing sense remains active and I hear my slow, snoring breath. Nighttime sleep is composed of several episodes of Fast Sleep alternating with Unconscious Sleep, the total length of which amounts to somewhere between 3 to 5 hours, for an average of four hours. During daylight I may have one or two Fast Sleep episodes, all of them semiconscious, with the hearing sense active, but lasting no more then 15 minutes.

What I am about to describe is very speculative and is based upon a unique experience which happened on June 12th, 2015 at exactly 11:30 am while I was watching a Stargate Atlantis episode. At that moment, I felt I was dropping into Fast Sleep, which is nothing unusual for me. I observed that if I allow myself to be drawn into sleep, I’ll feel much better for a long time after awakening. So I acquiesced instantly, but used the remote control to stop the film, thinking I’d resume watching it later. I was in bed, and when the moment came, I put my right hand over the top of the remote control, which was on a table next to the bed. I pressed the pause button…then my fingers relaxed over the remote and in just seconds I fell asleep. In little less than one minute, I slipped into Semiconscious Sleep; my hearing was active and could hear ambient sounds.

I was in a Semiconscious Sleep state; I was also aware of the passage of time (over the past two years I had learned to accurately estimate how much time I was spending in each state). This time, I experienced about 7 minutes of Semiconscious Fast Sleep that I’ll call Level 1.

What happened next…well, this was really unusual. Suddenly, I fell into a much deeper state of sleep that I'll call Level 2. I began dreaming. In Level 2, I was cut off from the hearing sense, but the visual sense became partially active and I saw some indescribable pictures flashing by in a kind of place where I was involved in doing something, exactly what I am now unable to recall. The impression I retained after awakening from Level 2 was that I was there for at least 35 to 45 minutes. I had the impression of spending 40 minutes there whatever “there” was. When I awoke in my room, the TV was still on, the movie was frozen on the still picture frame where I had stopped it before going to sleep. I tried pressing the Play button to resume watching the movie, but the button didn’t appear to function and the LED indicator of the HD player displayed Fast Rewind, a signal that it was re-synching to the frame where it had been stopped.

I suddenly realized that I was still sleeping and that I only passed from a Level 2 dream into a Level 1 dream, and I was dreaming this scenario of pressing the button on the remote. After very short time, I was completely awake. The interesting part of these details is that the HD player has a screensaver and if it pauses for more than 15 minutes, the screensaver automatically switches on. But this had not yet happened. So with this interesting information, I could make some measurements.

I estimated my total sleep at 13 minutes: passing from awake to Level 1 took approximately 1 minute, being there lasted about 7 minutes, semiconscious, hearing active. Then came the Level 2 sleep, whose duration was yet to be determined. Another minute was spent returning to Level 1, which included seeing the room for the first time while asleep. All of this felt very realistic. There was nothing astral about it; I was not outside my body. This is very important to mention. I was not having an “above view” or a "view from the corners of the room.” I estimate the duration of my Level 2 dreaming inside the dream had lasted no longer than 4 minutes although my impression was that I was there about 40 minutes.

The resemblance of this story with the movie Inception is so shocking. People will say that my account is a fake, a self-deception because I was influenced by the movie. But what if it was real? Scientific geniuses might conserve an amazing amount of time while asleep. For example, eight hours of this type of sleep could actually correspond to 80 hours of energized, uninterrupted work.

There are stories about people experiencing unusual states of consciousness and making amazing discoveries. In Inception, the three levels of sleep are represented as: 10 seconds in Level 1 means 3 minutes in Level 2 which means 60 minutes in Level 3, and about 20 years in Level 4. Obviously, Inception is a sci-fi movie, but I now see there is a seed of truth in it, one I never thought I’d experience in my life.


  1. I too have experienced waking from a dream into another dream. I know that Don Juan said that when an adept sees one's self lying in bed asleep, that a stage of metamorphosis has been reached. Lucid Dreaming is something I worked on many years ago.

    A few times I have awakened from a dream into another dream. This experience must be happening somewhere in the brain. While in normal sleep the dreamer is not conscious of the dreaming, an adept's role is to raise consciousness into all activities, dreaming included. So certain practices can lead one into lucid of conscious dreaming.

    I imagine that the will is creating new areas of connection in the brain such that one can reason and dream simultaneously. In this field of activity are also the effects of certain entheogens that are used in religious rituals. Dreaming, Religion, entheogens, kundalini, they're all related, all leading to a higher state of consciousness.

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  3. Thank you very much JJ for helping me to put into correct words this experience... I'll continue to keep a journal with my new happenings, as they appear... Thank you Neil for the new details which also clarifies some aspects !