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Tag: Subliminal

Bathroom of the asylum

Last night, I had a dream. It had been a while since I had a dream that I remembered. Usually, I forget my dreams within moments of waking up. But this dream was different. It lingered in my mind long after I woke up.

I was in a hospital, and I knew I was not a patient. I thought I had gone there to research the patients and their conditions. I would ask anyone I encountered about their reasons for being there, only to find out that they were completely alone. The hospital was a modern facility, with white walls and a sterile atmosphere.

As night fell, I wanted to leave, but I couldn’t. The strangest thing was that the way out was blocked by a crowd. There was another path, though, which was dark, dense, and foggy. What was even stranger was that the fog was everywhere. I don’t know why I took that path in the first place.

The return was impossible. The dream was vivid and intense, and I woke up feeling bewildered and curious. This dream has stayed with me, and I can’t help but wonder what it means.


Imagine a place, truly empty, with nothing in it, not even you, just your mind, in a white, soundless, and imageless void.

What do you think you would be doing in this place? Trying to understand why everything is white, why there is no sound, why there is nothing.

Suddenly, your mind starts to move in this environment, in fact, you are moving in this environment, you reach other minds that are also involved in this environment. One corner of this environment is occupied by desire. Sometimes, those minds push each other out of the way because of this desire.

Good news, you find another mind that is just like you, wandering.