Prediction Within A Prediction: Use Of Mind’s Peripheral Vision

I have received two dreams that each carry two predictions but focus on only one prediction. It feels like noticing things from one’s peripheral vision.

In May 2019, I had a dream after I meditated on Eric Anthamatten and Carl Jung. Soon I had a dream about three skeletons, which I believe are related to New York since Eric’s resume states New York. Read the dream here, Lucid Dream: The Three Skeletons And The Airport.

In Aug 2015, I dreamt of some sort of armed conflict taking place in some region, which I later realized is America. At the beginning of this dream, I saw a Black woman who said that a plague has arrived here (in America). Read the blog post Time Portals Open According To Your Decisions And Intentions.

I thought about these two hints slowly as I learned about the Coronavirus outbreak. According to Worldometer, New York has the highest number of deaths that are caused by Coronavirus. I think together these two dreams are showing a prediction that is hidden inside other predictions. Thus, I believe that the human mind has some sort of peripheral vision built inside.


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Managing Yourself During Coronavirus Outbreak: Use Your Sense Of Humour

When I was a child, my uncles used to tickle me a lot—may God bless two of my very funny uncles who have passed away. I felt very safe around them so I used to make sure that they would tickle me. So I had a strong sense of humour when I grew older. Now I use humour but only when I feel safe enough to do so—I think a mix of strong empathy and ENFP personality type dictate this.

I know Coronavirus is here so everyone is jailed in their own houses. I have been holding on as best as I can; but, today I felt that I was going to break down. I mean I am an ENFP. I need people around me otherwise I might get way too frustrated. True! I am living inside a very racist country; but, the human energy means a lot to my brain and soul; and, I know that there are some good people out there. Anyways, I actually realized this about myself a long while ago; and, I also patiently taught myself how to pursue myself to be happy if I get lonely for some reason.

Mimicking is a fun technique that I sometimes use when I am super-bored. Following these steps will help you perform this on your own:

Step 1: Sit or stand in front of a mirror

Step 2: Run a video of your favourite person; for example, a poet, a celebrity, or a friend

Step 3: Mimic that person. If the person you are mimicking is usually too serious, then try messing up while impersonating that person. One way that I mess up my routines is by being silent and just copying their hand gestures.

Laugh out loud! I have learned to mimic some interesting people this way. I have learned their hand gestures, the way they move their mouth or face, and the way they talk or argue. I can sometimes do this properly and other times I laugh at myself while attempting this. Since I am a writer, acting comes natural to me. One day, I pretended to be a Sultan. I tried doing this without a script and it went horribly. But, I had a laugh because I had wrapped my hair up a bit differently in my blue headscarf and was pretending to wear a royal turban of some sort. I sat on my bed; caressed my blanket while pretending it was some sort of expensive silken fabric; and, harassed some petty commoner (an imaginary friend). Like I said, this one was a big mess but it felt so hilarious. Takhliah! (takhliah means “everyone must leave”).

You can utilize your sense of humour in many ways including reading funny comics, pranking your family members, or writing something funny. So give this idea a shot if you desire. Your reward centres should be going on pretty fast!

Still not in? Read article “Does Humor Make You Live Longer?”  to learn about the benefits of humor.


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Dented Thinking Of A Genius

What I am about to narrate to you today is an incredible personal story. The data around me is very different because I am a lucid dreamer, a telepath, and an ENFP genius. I seriously hope nobody gets spooked by this story!

When I was choosing my university, I received a couple of admission letters. I asked myself what I wanted at the end of all this studies and my mind promptly answered, “I want Prestige; thus, I want University of Toronto”. So I chose to study Biological Sciences; I was planning to study Cellular and Molecular Biology after graduating. But, I never did my Master of Science because I felt neglected due to what was going on inside Univeristy of Toronto. Now the next set of things are very surprising!

  1. I was discriminated against while studying at the Uniiversity of Toronto. One of my professors mocked me when I asked him what he really thought of a Research Thesis of mine. He could not read me properly at all. I asked this because I wrote this; and, obviously I loved what I had written. He replied in an aloof and sarcastic manner that this is just one paper. I felt enormous pain when he addressed me like this! Of course! I was new to all this so I must have made some errors as well. But I was a young student back then; and, I deserved to be loved and cherished properly. Furthermore, while I was doing research at The Ramsay Wright Zoological Laboratories, I found out that the female researchers were unhappy because they were not receiving sufficient grants. After all this, I started feeling that even if I got my PhD, I won’t be taken seriously. Eventually, I decided not to complete my Master of Science. Read blog post Canada’s Undiscovered Geniuses. I must comment that I did got admission into York University but I did not say YES to this. From what I have learned by talking to York’s coloured graduates, York University’s Sciences department has a good reputation when it comes to properly integrating coloured students.  As you read the rest of the story, you will realize that all this had to happen before I ended up gaining “Prestige”.
  2. While studying at University of Toronto, I completed a study through which I found it that I had high levels of stereodepth vision, the vision responsible for the feats conducted by surgeons, athletes, and scientists. I discussed this in the blog post, “About My Stereodepth Vision”. Oh, once a Psychology professor told me that there are many kinds of IQs and we cannot just figure out how smart someone is simply by doing an IQ test. I believed him right away simply because I am a very broad minded individual.
  3. As I grew older, I became more and more “out of the box” in nature. I started experiencing lucid dreaming and telepathic encounters, which actually intensified a lot after 9/11 since I was using prayers to protect myself and the weak. I made sure to avoid racist and abusive people because I felt that my brain used to stop functioning in their presence. As I learned about myself further, I realized that I was able to receive dreams that had historic significance. I learned that I could open time portals and move through time to learn something. Read blog post, “Proof That I Can Move Ahead In time By Around Four Years” and “Time Portals Open According To Your Decisions and Intentions“. Truth is that when I received a precognitive dream as a child, I completely forgot about it until I reached a stage in my life where I realized that I could not ignore these signals anymore. Read How Far Ahead In Time Can A Lucid Dreamer Really Go?  to learn about a precognitive dream that I had around 20 years ago and that come true just recently. Reality is that throughout this project, I had no mentors at all. I learned all of this on my own; and, I built my entire website as well as wrote all the content on my own.
  4. Truth is that I predicted that in 2015 a pandemic will hit America. Read blog post, “Proof That I Can Move Ahead In Time By Around Four Years” and “Time Portals Open According To Your Decisions and Intentions“. In my dream, a Black woman stated that a plague has arrived. Plague is a type of pandemic. During my dream, I wondered what sort of plague she was referring to; but, then I chose to use a time portal that showed me the world that was going to be created with the election to Trump. Was the Black woman using the word plague loosely or was she using it based on similarity between plague and Coronavirus. For example, in both cases, some people are willing to market and sell fake products.

I left my studies due to discrimination specifically racism and gender bias. If things stayed on course, then today I would have been working inside a lab learning about Cellular and Molecular Biology. I would have conducted breakthrough research and perhaps I would have saved everyone from Coronavirus. It is all very simple inside my head! So racist or sexist people should know that lots of suffering that everyone including themselves will go through in this world would be created due to discrimination.

As I finish my thinking here, I fully realize that I got what I wanted when I enrolled in University of Toronto. I wanted “prestige” and today I definitely got it. I have belled the cat! If you still do not believe me think about this sequence: I completed the writing for this blog on my own; I had a dream about a plague in 2015; and, I have somehow managed to warn people about what really is going on. Like I said, I got “prestige” just like I promised myself!

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Managing Yourself During Coronavirus Outbreak: Help For Creatives

When I heard about the Coronavirus outbreak, I worried a lot about the economy. I read about how lots of jobs are being lost; obviously, I worried because this means that the movement of money was going to freeze in some ways even if the government and banks are offering assistance to the people.

To help everyone’s cope with this change, I reviewed things online and found the following helpful articles:

Here Are Some Super-Creative Ways People Are Making Money After Losing Their Jobs Due To The Coronavirus

A go-to guide for creative support during coronavirus

How Creatives Can Stay Sane During The Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19 Free Software Assistance Programs

Free Home Licenses And Software Deals For Work-From-Home Pros And Students (Updated)

List of Free Software and Services To Help Remote Working During Coronavirus Outbreak 2020

List of Free Software and Services During Coronavirus Outbreak

Updated: 56 free K-12 resources during coronavirus pandemic

Updated: Free Resources for Schools During COVID-19 Outbreak

65 Free Tools to Help You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic

Free, Online Learning Resources When Coronavirus Closes Schools

Coronavirus COVID-19 Self Isolation or Quarantine? Free Online Classes!

Remember to grab a glass of Lassi, which is an amazing brain food that helps me think and sleep properly. Don’t forget to read the blog post Lassi, An Affordable Summer Drink to learn how to make lots of Lassi for really less.

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Managing Yourself During Coronavirus Outbreak: Using Lists And Setting Goals To Do Something Creative

Your mind is bound to get very hazy during the lockdown. So you need to start a small creative project for yourself. It could be something very personal like catching up with all the friends and family members I had to ignore due to work or it could be a large scale project like a crowdfunding project.

To remove the haze from your mind, create a list of tasks you must complete to execute and finally finish this project. Add deadlines next to tasks or use the Eisenhower Matrix to organize things. Listing things and setting SMART goals will help you develop confidence in yourself so that you may move your life forward while handling the realities associated with the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Managing Yourself During Coronavirus Outbreak: Drawing And Coloring Ease Tension

I really wanted to go to the Beauty Salon today; I have been aching for this for days now. I do not want to tear my hair out because I am locked inside! So I have decided to create the series, “Managing Yourself During Coronavirus”.

Around a year ago, I drew this new face while attempting to sketch myself. Check out Drawing A Different Face By Using Your Own Face.


Today I used pencil colors to color it. I used my favourite hair color and lipstick color to color this one.


Now I feel much better! I am not thinking about the Beauty Salon that much; and, I intend to manage my beauty needs on my own this time. Try this technique at home. It helps relax and relieve tension and repeat thoughts.

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Who Do I Find Attractive And Why

I still remember rejecting a marriage proposal because the guy was not handsome enough for me. I still remember how once a friend of mine said that good looking guys can’t be trusted—I thought she was confused. Reality is that one reason why I cannot find a good marriage proposal is that I have great looks; its nothing to do with my intelligence. I completed a quiz about what kind of guys I attract and found out that I attract smart men. Since the men who find me attractive are themselves very intelligent, my level of intellect is satisfactory to begin with. Today, I was reading Berit Brogaard’s article “Are We Attracted to People Who Look Like Us?“. This article clearly states that we get attracted to people who look like ourselves or opposite-sex parents. Interesting that humans are choosing faces they are most familiar with!

I have learned through Islam that one must marry someone one is physically attracted to. Of course! one’s preferences matter a lot while deciding whom to marry. So it is very important to know that one should not marry someone one finds repulsive in some ways. There is something interesting I have been noticing! Oh, I can see these things because I am telepathic. My face reflects the face of the people I interact with. So if I dislike someone’s looks—or behaviour—my face does not feel like my regular face.

I am an Empath and an ENFP. As an empath, I would like to be taken very seriously. However, I am a telepath. I can warn you ahead of time what is about to happen if I love you. For instance, I warned a medical student about narcissistic teachers and after one year, he came back and told me that he has encountered such teachers during his first year. Can you believe it? He saw what I warned him about right away! So I don’t hang out with menincluding my relativeswho don’t believe in my telepathic abilities. Read article “15 Things To Remember If You Love An Empath“.

I am an ENFP so I love to feel free. As a result, controlling men who are posing around as smart men won’t ever be able to find me although some of them would attempt to do so because they get attracted to my empathy. A mix of ENFP and Empath is actually very lethal because this is what causes people to rebel and protect the weak. As an ENFP, I love challenging people to see how they will react and behave. This is why I know that an average guy won’t be able to marry me. To add to all of this, I do have unusual whims. For example, I watch dance videos or clips of exciting Sci-Fi, Action, or Fantasy movies like Transformers and Maleficent while listening to some intriguing songs—during this activity, I mute the volume of the dance and movie clips and listen only to songs. Now that my dear is very perplexing to watch. So obviously, the guy who will get attracted me has to be smart enough to understand how my unusual desires work. To learn more about ENFPs, check out 7 Things You Should Know Before You Date An ENFP.

In addition, the guy I will marry will be able to withstand a lot of intelligent torture. Its a simple idea! Good poetry is torture; and, I am an amazing poet. Empathy is one of the best traits required in dating. Combine my empathic nature with my layered ENFP personality type, then the level of torture that is going to be inflicted on daily basis is actually pretty high. So who exactly is going to get attracted to me or to whom I will be attracted to? I don’t know yet; but, I know there is definitely a man out there who will marry me.

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How Individualism Is Hurting Us

I have been thinking about how some Canadians behave in a manner that I consider abhorrent. This is because they are very individualistic in nature. Even some of the people who have decided to work or live in Canada and who were originally from holistic societies become individualistic in the long run. That’s an example of taking the path of least resistance, which is the theme of the cartoon movie Wall-E.

According to Rob Whitley’s article, “Is an Increase in Individualism Damaging Our Mental Health” individualism causes issues like divorce, loneliness, low self esteem, depression, PTSD and suicide. The author points out that social media is also the cause of alienation and relevant issues like depression and loneliness. He further asserts that individualism is causing people to define success and failure as personal attributethese I think have a lot to do with society since emotional support is the key to improving performance. Once I posted an article about the Rich Poor Gap on Twitter while discussing how this is hurting our chances of survival. Pretty soon, a user replied back saying that there are so many positive stories out there and that I need to focus on these instead. I started laughing when I read her comment because I have observed many dedicated and skilled individuals who are stuck in the cycle of poverty. She made me sound like an idiot by hinting that there is something wrong with me because I am not focusing on the positiveknow that this kind of sentiment works well only through cold methods of communication such as social media.

I believe that Individualism makes you assume things. More you focus on the positive stories only because doing so makes you feel stronger and confident, more you are going to assume things about those who are not performing well. To break through Individualism and its harmful effects, you need to listen to the bad stories and see why they are being created in the first place. Once a Canadian class fellow of mine who did not knew me and who had zero idea about my background sat next to me; and, within a couple of minutes, he decided to mock me by calling me a racist. He did not even knew that racism is not taught in Islam; he did not knew that I write poetry to fight racism; since he likes assuming, he would never bother to find out that I have also attempted to confront a foreign writer who had racist views online. I had no idea what he was saying; and, so I ended up leaving his group permanently. So his rushed comments are symbolic of how rushed the Canadian environment really is. Owing to individualism, everyone here is hurrying; and, they are not thinking properly.

Individualism can drastically harm your emotional health through isolation, neglect, intimidation (you are on your own), sexual abuse (you have to find your own partner), financial abuse (survival of the fittest), and verbal abuse (when someone says something mean because he/she is in a hurry). My experience within the individualistic Canadian society has taught me that all of this is possible; and, it is very clear for me to see how this is happening since I am originally from a holistic (Pakistani) culture. For example, I am finding that communicating with Canadians is difficult inside the workplaces because they abuse people a lot here. According to World Population Review, suicide rate in America is 15.3, in Canada is 12.5, and in Pakistani is 2.9. Really?

Mental health issues are on the rise…suicides are more frequent in developed, individualistic countries. The close bond between families, friends and one’s local community…almost disappeared. Source: Our Individualistic Society is Causing Serious Mental Health Issues.

Thus, it is very obvious that individualism is harming all of us. However, a lot of us won’t pay attention to the fact that individualism is the reason why we are all dying to have a peaceful world. According to Andrew Orton’s article, “Interfaith Dialogue: Seven Key Questions for Theory, Policy, and Practice” interfaith dialogue requires that one must interact with individuals of different communities instead of just living next to each other without communicating properly (this phenomenon is called “parallel lives”). Interfaith dialogue plays a critical part in promoting world peace by forming more cohesive societies. According to Andrew Sobel’s article, “Eight Ways to Improve Your Empathy” your empathy improves as you expose yourself to new environments and allow yourself to be challenged. Obviously, individualism is doing the exact opposite! Most definitely, you cannot achieve world peace or great health just by attending meetups or hanging out with someone who has individualistic values.

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Why Canadians Ask “Where Are You From?”

A very odd questions that I usually encounter from strangers and peers is, “Where are you from?” I have been thinking about why they ask this question because I am finding that some Canadians are not nice people although they profess that they are. Actually, some of them are doing really weird things including workplace abuse and rape while camafloguging their bad behaviour with nice behaviour. I have experienced workplace abuse and rape while living in Canada, which is how I had an opportunity to observe the behaviour of the abusers. In one instance, an abuser harassed me at workplace; and, then he followed up with a friendly hello while offering me a candy. Anyways, I stopped working at that office because my complaint was not formally reviewed and considered due to their gang dynamics and ignorance of relevant policies.

I used to answer the question, “Where are you from?” because I thought that the Canadians were curious people and it is okay to reply back properly. However, all that changed after two particular events.

Incidence 1: Some years ago, I visited America and lived with Americans for some while. I was utterly shocked when I saw an American therapist dressed in her traditional ethnic clothes as she worked from her clinic. My first question was, “Do other Americans consider visiting her now that she is wearing her traditional clothes?” She told me that the Americans she has been interacting with are nice and accepting people. I felt a stab through my heart when I realized that it is in Canada, a country that prides itself to be multicultural, that I have to make sure no one sees me in my traditional clothing. I came across more Americans when I visited the mall and attended an event. I found them to be nice people. Then it hit me that Canadians complain a lot about Americans. Is it true? Are Americans really as bad as some of these Canadians are desperately trying to portray?

Incidence 2: I came across a very talented American professor who reviewed my poetry and commended me rather beautifully about my work. He made sure to encourage me to study things in detail. I was super-shocked for many years at what he said because I have not heard this kind of praise from most of the well-educated Canadians. Reality is that I find the environment offered by Canadian academic institutions very oppressive. I still remember being told by a Biology professor, “But this is just one paper”, when I asked him what he really thought about my Research Thesis—this happened at University of Toronto. He attempted to marginalize me instead of encouraging me. People like him are the reason why I am not pursuing a PhD in Sciences. And, I think today the world is facing a freaky crisis like Coronavirus because geniuses like me are constantly being abused by Canadians and thus they are forced to leave their studies. Read Canada’s Undiscovered Geniuses.

Today, I am thinking back to all of this. Canada is actually dangerously racist. My experience tells me that they love harming coloured people inside academic institutions and workplaces. As I thought more and more about everything, this answer formed and kept banging against my head until I decided to write this post.

Premise 1: Canada is an extremely racist country. These two article state that Canadians are more racist than Americans. Read “Study Proves Canada Is Actually More Racist Than The United States” and Canada’s race problem? It’s even worse than America’s.

Premise 2: Canadians play it nice while interacting; but, this attitude is compelling some people to become insane or feel very distraught and neglected. Read Why Canadian “Niceness” Is Unhealthy.

Conclusion: Therefore, it is clear to me that most Canadians ask, “Where you are from?” because they are assuming things or deciding whom to torture. Once, I was warned by a friend that certain people are talking at my back about my headscarf—which I have removed in self defence so that it may become easier for me to manage ongoing discrimination—and that I should avoid talking to them. Basically, I was asked not to be nice to them when the entire office was playing it nice.

Okay! Canada sounds very bizarre right!

A lot of Canadians do not stop probing if you hint to them that you are not interested in answering this question. Instead, they ask the same question differently, “We are Canadians. It helps to know where you are really from? Everyone here is from somewhere. You know what I mean.” See how confusing this sounds! I strongly advice everyone to ignore such questions as these are not serious inquiries but are meant to eventually exclude you. Very frankly, so many Canadians ask me this really personal question; but, I have been invited to tea parties only by a couple of individuals who demonstrated a genuine interest in me, which showed when they said or indirectly implied, “I don’t care about your skin or religion. Let us just hang out!”

I know that if you are a Canadian, then you will definitely doubt me after completing this reading. Doubting someone is a Canadian thing to do! Actually, misconstruing someone sane as insane and someone competent as lousy is also something very Canadian. So here are two more relevant articles. Read “Where Are You From” Is Not An Innocent Question To Ask Canadians “ and “Contradictions At The Heart Of Canada’s Multiculturalism“.

The more a person is “different” from white society, the more likely the average Canadian would want them to stay away. Source: “Contradictions At The Heart Of Canada’s Multiculturalism“.

So from here onwards, I will communicate differently with Canadian.

Rule 1: I will not answer any questions regarding my ethnic background. Truth is that I am a Canadian citizen; but, I feel that Canadians do not want to accept the truth that a person who is not White or is somehow “different from white society” can be a Canadian.

Rule 2: I will doubt every generous and nice move a Canadian makes until I figure out whether he/she is genuine or a covert racist.

There you have it! Life makes more sense now.

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