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nugglebunny81   posted:11/11/2011 4:05:04 PM  (Reply)
i had only once b4 realized i was dreaming and was able to control it for just a moment. but as i was going to sleep last nite i realized i was instantly dreaming as i closed my eyes. so, this is embaressing but eff it, i was like ok i want to have sex. and a woman walked up to me n i reached down n there was a um a man part, i was like cool n i put my hands on her chest n i was like there is no boobs, n intsantly it seemed to grow them but they were shaped oddly the skin turned hard n black n it stared to force itself on me. n i was squezing my legs shut n its shoulder was pressing into my face and it was also trying to sufficate me. i started praying for help n my head n i felt it like fade. i came out of it quickly cuz i was barely asleep. im not gonna go for "it" n my dreams nemore. sorry but i think sum issues maybe embaressing but still paranormal nonetheless.
Omen502   posted:11/11/2011 4:08:18 PM  (Reply)
      Nuggles,  I have been manipulated in my dreams also,  even sexually,  as maybe it is an "achilles heel" of mine or something... idk.  I would like to talk more about this. 
nugglebunny81   posted:11/11/2011 5:58:01 PM  (Reply)
just wanted to add to it, the brests started forming but the ended up like vertical ridges like on the back of a croc 
Levinus   posted:11/11/2011 11:01:41 PM  (Reply)
I don't look much into dreamsigns or things like that.  It is just far too subjective. But boy, do I know a thing or two about LUCID DREAMING.  I can't warn you enough Nuggles.  DO NOT try to block your urges in lucid dreams.  Even if the results arne't quite what you expected.  Lucid dreaming has been used extensively as a theraputic technique to cope, or help us smooth over our lives.  Masters of the technique frequently indulge in fantasy.  Flying, Marilyn Monroe, killing their boss, etc. There are no consequences, so there isn't any harm.  What I would recommend you do is try to work on perfecting lucidity.  It takes time, but it can be done.  Keep a dream journal.  Think to yourself each night "When I dream, I will know that I am dreaming."  We have many dreams a night so there are plenty of chances.  In one dream journal, I recorded nine individual dreams during the night.  When you write your journal, try to identify things that could trigger lucidity.  I know it sounds like Inception.  But seriously.  If you see an elephant...think about the context.  Is it in your living room or a zoo?  What if you could HEAR an elephant.  Think about senses, context, content, settings, origins.  Find out what catagory you defect most on. THEN, once you know...apply it to your life.  For example, if you have anomalies in setting, then ask yourself any time your setting changes in real life.  If you go to work ask..."Am I dreaming?"  If you go to school, ask "Am I dreaming?"  Get in a habit to question the validity of reality.  Never stop recording your dreams.  Never stop repeating, "I will have a lucid dream."
Omen502   posted:11/12/2011 10:28:54 PM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:11/11/2011 11:01:41 PM  (Reply)
I don't look much into dreamsigns or things like that.  It is just far too subjective. But boy, do I know a thing or two about LUCID DREAMING.  I can't warn you enough Nuggles.  DO NOT try to block your urges in lucid dreams.  Even if the results arne't quite what you expected.  Lucid dreaming has been used extensively as a theraputic technique to cope, or help us smooth over our lives.  Masters of the technique frequently indulge in fantasy.  Flying, Marilyn Monroe, killing their boss, etc. There are no consequences, so there isn't any harm.  What I would recommend you do is try to work on perfecting lucidity.  It takes time, but it can be done.  Keep a dream journal.  Think to yourself each night "When I dream, I will know that I am dreaming."  We have many dreams a night so there are plenty of chances.  In one dream journal, I recorded nine individual dreams during the night.  When you write your journal, try to identify things that could trigger lucidity.  I know it sounds like Inception.  But seriously.  If you see an elephant...think about the context.  Is it in your living room or a zoo?  What if you could HEAR an elephant.  Think about senses, context, content, settings, origins.  Find out what catagory you defect most on. THEN, once you know...apply it to your life.  For example, if you have anomalies in setting, then ask yourself any time your setting changes in real life.  If you go to work ask..."Am I dreaming?"  If you go to school, ask "Am I dreaming?"  Get in a habit to question the validity of reality.  Never stop recording your dreams.  Never stop repeating, "I will have a lucid dream."
When I was recently incarcerated, I came upon a book of dreams from several different viewpoints, Sigmund freud being one. I will admit, this damn book was one of the hardest books for me to understand. His viewpoints in certain aspects make sense, but I see some real problems with his theories. Levinus, well put, I couldn't have said better. I am trying my hardest to get this dream thing down. When I was a child I could do it. I remember a specific dream where I was confronted with a monster, being aware of this dream, I transformed myself into Freddy Kreuger, glove and all. It seemed to do the trick then. I don't know if I lost this over time as I had a rough childhood and wasn't able to spend much time thinking about things of this nature. I encourage evryone also to start a dream journal and the above things levinus explained. If we can't venture out now doesn't mean we can not. We may even learn something about ourselves...


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