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Monday, August 22

things to do in Denver when you're bored


Here are some fun things to try when you’re home alone at night and nothings good on the TV and you feel like a bit of the freak. Pick out your favorite music and put it thru your headphones. Turn off all the lights and lay flat on the floor or bed and try to be as still as possible. Make sure your arms and legs aren’t touching, and then concentrate on stretching your hands and feet out to infinity. You’ll feel longer.

Lay or sit in a pitch black room and wait until your eye’s get adjusted to the dark. Then hold your hand about a foot in front of your face and concentrate on it until you can see a faint bluish glow emit from your hand. If you see the glow, that’s your aura.

Do this in bed in a dark room. Close your eyes and relax while concentrating on the inside of your eye lids. Soon you’ll start seeing objects appear. You might see the stars in outer space or galaxies or even faces. But a word of warning; if the faces start trying to talk to you then its time to flip over. Trust me, the talking faces ain’t kosher.

This is the last one I promise. Lay or sit in a dark room and close your eyes and envision a blank white screen in your head. When you get the screen in place then think of someone’s name or face and place it on the screen. I know this is a lot but while all this is going on concentrate hard on the person. It may be less then an hour or it might be a couple of days, but you’ll hear from em.

These are all thing I do late at night when I can’t sleep and don’t feel like punching the monkey. I especially dig the last two, but like I said if the faces try to talk to you, then you need to break it off. The talking faces ain’t nothing but bad juju.

"and the monkey flipped the switch"

3 Comments:

Anonymous Marie P. said...

Death,

Just to let you know your blog is my lastest addiction for the last couple of weeks. And I've told my husband! I like the way your mind works. Never know what's next!

I hope your friends at Molloy's/Record Bar keep Bob Walkenhorts ( of the Rainmaker's) playing. Maybe we'll run into each other there.
Peace,
Marie P.

10:36 AM  
Blogger Ole Blue The Heretic said...

The elctricity went out Sunday morning as I was taking a shower. The bathroom was has no window so it was very dark.
It was very peaceful to just stay under the hot water in the dark.

11:35 AM  
Blogger satyavati said...

What, you got a triple-shot espresso at the coffee shop this morning??

12:01 PM  

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