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    Let's pretend. There is, right in front of you, a doorway to a room that holds more than you can ever imagine. Every time you enter this room you risk losing yourself in pleasure, losing sense of reality and time. This room is your personal heaven.

    The only thing you must do to enter this room, is assign it a function. What purpose will this room fulfill?

    What is the function?

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    that 2 is supposed to be squared but it didn't copy and paste properly in this program. :/
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    I see my thread may have been confusing.

    So let me be frank, I may have an extra room available for me to make whatever kind of recreational area I chose. I am stuck between a library/office, art room, or war room.

    I want this room to be a personal sanctuary, but first I need to decide why I would go to the room. What purpose does it serve, and then I can turn it into a personalized oasis from there.

    So, if you had a room to make your own personal sanctuary, what would the function of it be?

    Art Room
    War Room
    Movie Room
    Library
    Office

    etc.

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    an opium den

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    @ThatGirl

    Based on your second post, the room will have to take me places, but one that is also calming. Something that has an imaginative spirit to just let me relax and let my mind wander.

    A friend of mine asked me why do I still have glow in the dark stars in my room. I simply replied,

    "Because I liked them since I was a child. The stars are high up, there are billions of them, whatever you can imagine in them is whatever comes to life. You think what is out there so far into the universe. Are there lifeforms like us out there? Could life forms different from us live in a different environment?...." It brings a huge world to an otherwise small mind and it leads to other imagery. It makes an otherwise small room look huge.

    If I had to stay in a room for a day, I'll want a room that would let me wander and wonder about whatever for long hours. It'll just be a room to relax.

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    Though for some people, it'll just drive them crazy. A few people I know would go crazy if they were to sit in such a room for hours. Some people would call it boring, but I am very good at staying in a room that seems like there is nothing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail Tracer View Post
    @ThatGirl

    Based on your second post, the room will have to take me places, but one that is also calming. Something that has an imaginative spirit to just let me relax and let my mind wander.

    A friend of mine asked me why do I still have glow in the dark stars in my room. I simply replied,

    "Because I liked them since I was a child. The stars are high up, there are billions of them, whatever you can imagine in them is whatever comes to life. You think what is out there so far into the universe. Are there lifeforms like us out there? Could life forms different from us live in a different environment?...." It brings a huge world to an otherwise small mind and it leads to other imagery. It makes an otherwise small room look huge.

    If I had to stay in a room for a day, I'll want a room that would let me wander and wonder about whatever for long hours. It'll just be a room to relax.

    ---------------------------------------

    Though for some people, it'll just drive them crazy. A few people I know would go crazy if they were to sit in such a room for hours. Some people would call it boring, but I am very good at staying in a room that seems like there is nothing to do.
    Haha! I always think when I am staring at the stars, "Holy shit, what an infinite universe...All these things in the world, our expectations, our lives, are so little. We think it matters, we create these rules/boundaries, but it is created by us, for us, and beyond that, we are all subject to the same natural laws."

    It puts things into perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    So, if you had a room to make your own personal sanctuary, what would the function of it be?

    Art Room
    War Room
    Movie Room
    Library
    Office

    etc.
    What does 'war room' mean to you? What function would it serve?

    For myself that's what I would go with... And if it was big enough I'd use it as a marijuana grow room too.

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    My war room would be somewhere I go when I need time or space to figure things out. I was thinking I could put a lot of white boards on the walls. Pictures of famous military strategists with quotes. Things that inspire thought. I am still working on the concept, as to tie it into a real room, and not a cheesy set up.

    Maybe I should put a pool table....or chess set. Maybe a bar, lol.

    Edit: No pool table, or chess set. Maybe one of those metronome desk top things, and a cot.

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    I'd wish for its function to be to increase my discipline.

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