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 i don't think we've got a readily accessible headspace. i think the one we do have cant be reached except by lucid dreams, and i think the closest we've got to a waking headspace is a couple of little rooms we all hang around in. One's the "Front" room, and that's just where we hang out normally. then there's a "Lockdown" room where everyone gets thrown if someone decides theyre gonna front alone for a while. Then there's the Back, and that's where we go otherwise, and that's not readily accessible. we just go away - probably to that goddamn headcity we can't see when we're awake.

for the millionth time: we've gotta start meditating again. this shit's not gonna come around on its own.


Date: 2015-01-24 02:14 am (UTC)
somnous: a neon cross reading "sin will find you" (Default)
From: [personal profile] somnous
our headspace seems a lot like yours in that way. if we're not in the front, or in "hearing distance" then we are in like stasis in the Way Back. i hope the meditation helps you figure stuff out though! we should probably do that too more if not for headspace then just generally. - arvus

Date: 2015-01-26 03:30 am (UTC)
somnous: graffiti on a wall reading "1/2 DEAD" (half dead)
From: [personal profile] somnous
yeah, i haven't heard TOO many people talk about having systems set up like that, but it may just be a circumstantial thing.

Date: 2015-01-26 04:43 am (UTC)
somnous: a neon cross reading "sin will find you" (Default)
From: [personal profile] somnous
it's ok, it happens haha. i do think there might be some amount of ~stigma involved maybe, that people feel pressured to either to say they have a fully fleshed out headspace thing, or not at all, but i'm not sure. and that kind of peer pressure isn't really all that unfamiliar to the plural community at large unfortunately. :c - arvus/sollux


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