OH MY GOD. Nice! Here’s the Wikipedia page (a lucifer box is another word for match box y’all, if you’re not clear from the ask).
I love the idea of Sherlock staring into that golden light and saying, “Your bisexuality, John,” instead of “The inexplicable.” Which, to Sherlock, the idea that John could be in love with him IS inexplicable AND would put a huge smile on his face.
I love you oodles for this.
You guuuuuys. You’re on fire today. (That wasn’t a match box pun. I don’t make puns. *stern face*)
|What she says:||I'm fine|
|What she means:||I will never have full and complete closure with my life until Italy learns that Germany is the Holy Roman Empire|
because people wanted me to make a tutorial and i hope it wasn’t too vague
the whole point is it’s made for you and you make it as detailed or complex as you want.
p.s if you have tips or such please send them to me! I will add them here!!
SO YOURE SAYING THAT I CAN ACTUALLY BE BEST FRIENDS WITH ANY FICTIONAL CHARACTER AND IT WILL BE LIKE THEYRE REAL
"Mind Palaces" and similar mental tricks are super-valid tried and true psychological tricks useful for everything from improving memory and detail retention to handling PTSD. HOWEVER, if you have mental illness issues with dissociation, schizophrenia, hallucinations, or anything that gives you difficulty distinguishing fantasy from reality, this or any other immersive visualization exercise should only be done with the approval and supervision of your psychological care team, because they can really fuck you up. Just because something is good - AND THIS IS A GOOD - does not make it a good for all people. Almonds are awesome. Almonds are protein and vitamins and minerals and healthy fats and deliciousness and last forever and don’t melt and aren’t sticky and are great natural energy. They will also kill someone with a nut allergy.
Thanks for adding this! I get a lot of people asking me why it doesn’t work for them and thanks for making it clear that it doesn’t fit everyone x