Tuesday, March 6, 2012

From my old dream journal #1


I decided to write about some of the dreams I had back when I was learning how to lucid dream. The process requires you to keep a dream journal - because it increases your ability to remember dreams, which helps you control them in the future.

It's the first one, one of the more spectacular I think:

May 26, 2010
Everyone on the planet was dead, and we were all ghosts. I don't know how it happened, but whatever caused it separated me from the girl I was dating at the time. I couldn't hear or see her anywhere but I could sense that she was calling for me and that she was in some sort of danger.
I ran along a path etched into the side of a mountain and found an entrance into an expansive network of vast caves and grand tunnels which were filled to the brim with confused dead people. We were all composed of the same filmy ectoplasmic substance and I had to fight my way through thousands of aimless shuffling dead to get to her. I found her, but she wouldn't follow me. I knew that something terrible was about to happen and we couldn't stay where we were, so I had no choice but to leave her behind.
I got back out to the mouth of the cave just in time to see these gigantic obsidian pyramids rising from every water source for as far as the eye can see. They rotated and floated into the air, but they were anchored to the ground with gigantic chains. There was a sort of terrible splitting sound, as if the very earth would be ripped apart from its core, and I woke up.

More to come, typing them from my notebook takes a while, and I still have got pretty interesting ones to share.

17 comments:

  1. Lol, I found out I was lucid dreaming once. I was having a nightmare, was being chased by a t-rex in my school and realised that it was just a dream. Tried my hardest to get something and all that came was a care package.

    I was like WTF then I got eaten.

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  2. I've always been caught somewhere in between in Lucid Dreaming, like i've felt that I'm almost to the dream realization part it always dies off. Very interesting dream though.

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  3. I never experienced lucid dreaming :( Jealous of you guys

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  4. I have some experience with lucid dreams. When done properly, it truly is an amazing experience! :)

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  5. Was it hard to start lucid dreaming?

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    1. Some people have this ability without any training, some have to struggle for months. It takes some practice, but it's totally worth it, the experience is amazing.

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  6. Ive heard about Lucid dreaming but dont really know a lot, can you explain in another post?

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    1. Well, there are many good sources, but sure, I can write a post explaining basics :)

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  7. well, the next step after lucid dreaming is astral projection, get some info on that

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    1. OOBE? Yeah, I heard about that but I'm not sure if I want to try this, seeing your own body must be thrilling.

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  8. If I had the cash I would just up and leave for a year like you. Hopefully some day I can.

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  9. Sounds kinda scary. I would love to have a lucid dream once, but I hardly can remember any dreams now.

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    1. Believe me, remembering dreams is the easiest part. At the beginning I couldn't recall anything, after two weeks I got 3-4 dreams per night.
      I will write about it in another post :).

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  10. I've done quite a bit of lucid dreaming myself. Usually, I get excited and drop out after a few seconds.

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  11. How do you remember your dreams?...

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