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Have been trying for a change in thinking to which is not real. Is it possible for that?

I really dont know if its possible,but it leans more on the possible side. For example you think in your head your plain white curtains are Purple. How could I use my mind to change that. Really it would be controlled hallucinations or having a dream while awake. It would be altering reality with your mind,how you want to see things. So now,is it possible. Can I preform this within the next couple weeks/months? Please tell me!
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
These are not halucinations, they are real.
Mind always thinks. It is made for that.
It has no other business.
Thinking is a process and it keeps .
Mind goes on thinking about whatever it feels comfortable.
We have to streamline it. We should make mind think about what we are comfortable.
For example, mind will not think unnecessarily when we watch comedy shows or when we play interesting games.
Keep mind in your check.
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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