For some unknown reason I could not get to sleep last night. I felt tired, but every time I started to drift off I would wake up and have that horrible head feeling. It’s a bit disorientating. I just feel weird and uncomfortable in the head and the only way I find I can snap out of it is to fully wake up. This must have happened to me two or three times, so I didn’t fall asleep until about 4am.
I haven’t done very much today, partly due to the fact that England have been playing in the Cricket World Cup, so I’ve spent most of the day listening to that on the radio.
I had a couple of hour sleep this afternoon, whist Bangladesh were batting and then watched the last two episode of season one of the “The OA” before calling it a day.
I watched season one of The OA when it first came out in 2016. What’s weird, re-watching it, is that I didn’t remember much of the first couple of episode, but then towards the end of the series it all came back to me. This might be because the series does start off a little slowly, so perhaps I wasn’t giving it my full attention until it got going? As the main focus of The OA is CONSCiOUSNESS and Near Death Experiences (NDEs), I find it quite intriguing. I’m not particularly interested in NDEs, but the program does create some interesting concepts and at the very least, it’s a pleasant distraction. I’m keen to see where they take it in season two.
Having had a few days off from writing, the next step feels like a detailed review of what I’ve just completed. I’ll give it a read through to make sure it flows and is comprehensible before beginning on the next section. There is also one part that I’m not particularly sure on, as it handles quite a delicate topic on somnophilia. I’m not sure if introducing this theme, might not detract from the main purpose of the book, which is an explanation of my understanding of (((SHARE)D) CONSCiOUSNESS) and how I ended up achieving ENLiGHTENMENT. There are sections on Mental Heal, Addictions and Recovery, so it feels relevant, but I’m not sure if it’s a topic that everyone could handle. Whilst the purpose of the book is for me to be as honest as possible, I also don’t want to cause harm to either myself or others, nor do I want to alienate any potential future audiences.