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A question about wonderlanding :)

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As of now, I've done about seven wonderlanding sessions, and I've come to actually look forward to them. But, my question is this; Whenever I've wonderlanded for more than ten minutes or so(I'm not exactly sure of the time, seeing as I do close-eyed visualization) the darkness of my eyelids begins to turn a pure white, and I've even seen my tulpa's eyes blink for a moment. Is that normal/have any of you experienced this?


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Interesting. I know I meditate before I wonderland, so that may be the problem. I have to meditate to wonderland, or I'd get distracted way too easily. But thanks for the reply


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It's not a problem. Actually, this is the first time I've heard someone mention visiting a white void as a problem.

 

Though, it is not the best if your goal is a different sort of wonderland. Incorporate a light source into your wonderland to try and balance the brightness levels. That might prevent sudden floods of light.


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It's not that it's a problem, more of the fact that it's really odd.:) But thanks for the info!


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Ah, that's okay :) Everyone makes mistakes


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I've heard of the Ganzfeld effect, and it may very well be the cause. :)


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Something similar happened to me when I was falling asleep one night. I was sure someone turned on the lights, and it startled me. I was even more confused when I opened my eyes and it was dark.

 

I always thought it hypnagogic jerk of some kind, but maybe it was what you experienced. It was an insanely bright light, like you described.

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