I've done this before going to sleep, which I think helps, do you try and not move your body (at all) in a way to 'prepare' for it? Because I think that's the best way to it, plus it helps with; a) getting to sleep quicker, b) better quality of sleep and when you wake up and c) lucid dreaming and increase in dream frenquency.
I've seen apps and what not for mediation and I, from my personal experience, think it ruins the point and the method, because really you're trying to be 'non existent' in a way or at least detacting yourself from every sensation. So how'd you'd do with with noise and the distraction from the phone isn't something I'd understand, doing-wise. >>2356
I've never had a deja vu moment per say, just dreams where I 'predicted' some stuff. I'd say I'd had jaimas vu though> I realized I had that same conversation with the same individual last time I visited (3 months ago). Now that I realized that happened I fell a little boring to be honest but then again the same question was asked before.
Pretty good you'd remember it from the first place. Maybe because of your fear of going bald, you'd asked her to leave a bit on and she'd tell you about going bald. My cousin had his hair done at my place and asked if he could go bald (hair grows back quick for him) so maybe its a thing where you are too.>Interesting thread anon!