When I make a meal or pick a location to set out the groceries, I usually go to three different locations, each of which I have the confidence to be in, and I plan all my menus (yes, I have a food list) on that “third level of self-awareness.
The problem with this is that you can never be completely sure that you’re on the right level. If you are, then you’re at the mercy of people who are very good at making their own decisions without you having to make an informed choice. It’s much easier to be a slave to authority when you’re a slave to yourself.
I just wanted to say this, I have a pretty good idea where you are going with this. I love the fact that it’s emily grace.
Emily’s ability to turn into someone who is in a state of suspended animation is the first clue that she isn’t dead (she can still be killed with just a few items, as long as they are very powerful). However, there have been plenty of examples of people “dead” while pretending to be in a state of suspended animation. Like, the guy who killed himself trying to get the girl from the ice cream stand was really dead.
While emily grace is certainly not the only one of these stories to have a possible explanation, the fact is that the explanation works for most people. They have been in a state of suspended animation and no one is sure why but it seems like a pretty good explanation that could apply to all of the stories we’ve seen so far.
I have been thinking about these stories and how they play out. While I am not always convinced that they are true though, I find myself wondering about them. What makes people think these things are true? Why are some people so convinced they are the victims of supernatural events, while others think that they have been in some kind of suspended animation? I don’t know the answer to this, but its an interesting question.
I think it would be really interesting to see how other stories of the same type play out. This is not a question that can be answered by anyone, but it seems that in every case there is one thing that is different about the person who thinks this is the case. I would speculate that there are a few common reasons. One is if the person is simply looking for a way to rationalize their actions, or has a feeling that they are being controlled or that something is wrong.
There are plenty of people who can rationalize their actions, but I don’t think there are many who think they are being controlled or that something is wrong. Most of the time I am not sure if I am being controlled or not, but I would think that if I was that I would be doing something about it. (I also think the thing that makes me different is that I have no memory of how I got here.
I think it is this last bit of self-awareness that leads people to think that they are being controlled. It is easy for someone to rationalize their actions, and to think that they are not being controlled, but it takes a lot more to realize that you are being controlled. And when that happens, it can be hard to do anything about it.
I’m always amazed at how people think they are being controlled, but they have no clue that they are. The question is, where do you begin to realize that you are being controlled? To make that leap, you have to realize that there is a difference between being controlled and being in the control of someone. Being in the control of someone is when you are actually not in control yourself and you are not even aware of your own mind. It’s a mental construct.