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Glossary of the week:
Conscious dream: A dream into which we retain the same Consciousness as we
have during the waking time.
Normal dream: A dream quality where our waking type of consciousness is
fragmented,like in schizophrenia.
Oneiric:synonymous for dream
MHV Memory: A discontinuous type of Memory
MCV Memory: A continuous type of Memory
Informationnal object:a virtual dream(oneiric)object
Attenuator:A system which,normally,attenuates our recalls,when awake.
This system is turned on while we are awake and turned off while
Attenuated image:a mental image containing a low amount of information,like
recalls we make during our waking time.
Disattenuated image:an image containing a high amount of information,like
the image of a movie,for example.
MHV domain: an area of Memory which stores homologuous patterns
MCV box:a virtual 4 d imaginary space-time,such as found in dream stories.
SAC(Consciousness Activating System):A neural system of which the function
is to make us conscious,aware.
SBEM:A neural system which blocks our muscles when dreaming.This is why,for
example,if your walk in a dream you do not walk in your bed or your room
because you are,in fact,paralysed!
Pixel: a small element of information absent from the
For example if,in a dream,you are talking to a bear without fully recognising
that such a thing is impossible it is because a certain amount of information
which makes you aware,while awake,that bears do not talk is absent from your
dream mind.This amount of information,SUBSTRACTED from your dream
consciousness is a pixel.
That's it for this week!
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