Cool concept duk.
Is it worse than the Pentagon... or better!
Gillipig wrote: 2dimes wrote:
Gillipig wrote: Just because you're not conscious doesn't mean you don't feel anything.
That is exactly what it means. My back hurt all the time while awake. When I slept, I rested peacefully away from all the effects of the pain. When I woke up the pain was still there.
I explained the difference between rest and distraction. You either deny it or don't understand. Rest was the time when there is no pain.
Most pain killers have no effect on me. When I took the narcotic that did it altered my mind and gave me something to do mentally instead of noticing the pain. The pain was there, I just did not mind it, at times I would find it amusing or something else. Some prefer the pills because the pain never interrupts them. As they wore off it was near the time to take one again.
Some sleeps are deeper than others.
No, it's you who either don't understand or are in denial. Do you think you are just one aspect of your brain? Just because the conscious part of your brain is temporarily turned off doesn't mean you are not feeling anything. Your conscious part and your unconscious part are two parts of you, one of them never shuts down until you die, that is the unconscious part. You claim to know how it's like when both parts are shut off. No matter how packed with painkillers you've been you've never managed to turn off your brain anymore than I have. You are not just your conscious part, you are your unconscious part as well. Or is it someone else dreaming for you during the night?
One of us has gone to sleep drug free and not dreamed about back pain. In fact he had pleasant peacefull dreams, he was "resting in peace." Since you're acting smart, I'll wait for you to tell us which one.
So you have a sub concious part of your brain until you're dead? Do you have a "back from the other side" story to tell us?