Monday, January 09, 2006 | 23:10
It's been a dull, dull weekend. Really. Long and dreadfully boring. Here's hoping to a better week and weekend.
Today's probably the most outer-bodily experience I've ever had the chance to enjoy. Not necessarily enjoyable but just being in the moment. It was a really unusual and odd and weird funny feeling. I've never been so disconnected from the world before. I mean, there were and always will be periods of my own disconnectment from the world, but today was just absolutely unplugged and so very far away from the other world. I was totally in my own little world with hardly any human contact except for the occasional waves and grunts to the brothers shuffling in and out of the house. My brain felt lighter than any other times I felt my mind begin to float away. It was intense yet lighthearted. To add to the numbness of it all, human population normally populating the roads outside my house seemed to have ceased for the moment of today. It could be due to the school holiday today explaining for the absence of everyday life moving up and down on any usual weekday.
But I like to think that it was my own temporary period of blackoutness attributing to my own unplugging from the natural world. Kind of like the Matrix, if you will allow me to compare myself to contemporary pop movies.
Deviating for a moment while on the topic of movies, watch 'Memoirs of a Geisha' if you haven't read the book, do not watch it if you've read it. Readers will probably be as dissapointed with it as I am, non-readers might just almost likely enjoy it. Go watch 'Kong' again or just save your cine-fare for afast food meal.
Today's post really serves no other purpose than to record my own little glitch in the world where I actually managed to detach my self from my body almost wholly. It was a momentarily cool and surreal experience which lasted no more than fifteen minutes. I wonder when I'll get the chance to experience that again.
My mother made me realize the other day that I'll be carrying eight newly acquired novels begging to be perused, lovingly battered, and read longingly, along with the other 50 kilos of luggage to Oz.
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mm. that disconnection from the world is an awesome feeling. i've only had that a few times in my life. it does feel great, to be seperate from yourself and the world for awhile.
also, that axn thing is freaking amazing. oh my god! you're like a celebrity now! haha. that's so cool.
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eh i thought i left a comment. where'd it go?
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