posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 04:27 PM
Only if you live alone.
reply to post by WhiteAlice
I sincerely hope it's that lolz. Ill start sleeping near a baseball bat for good measure.
Here's a creepy story for you from when I was having these kind of dreams just to indicate how scary dangerous they
can be. I used to keep a handgun by my bedside but had gotten rid of it years prior. One morning, I had one of these dreams and my boyfriend, who
was sleeping next to me, was no longer my boyfriend but a huge fetus like monster instead. In my dream, I scrambled for the handgun, which was
thankfully not there, and he awoke to me standing above him, unloading a dream gun into him. We didn't stay together for long after that, lol, but
it scared the crap out of me. Why I was having those kind of dreams at that point in time, I do not know. I was on medication for severe PTSD so that
might've been part of it. Haven't had one since then and it's been 20 years of normal sleeping. THANK GOD. That said, to this day, I do not
sleep with anything that could be used as a weapon near my bed. Even my lighting is bolted to the wall, lol...
Sometimes the normal paralytic state of sleep breaks down. Sleepwalking is the most common but usually there is no recollection of the walk. The
hypnagogic dream state can have the mobility of sleepwalking plus memory and the mind is basically matrixing everything the eyes' see. That can
literally turn a loved one into a monster. Take it from me. I'm so glad that I'm not in jail, lol.
There's been cases of homicidal sleepwalking for a long time--some of them are kind of b.s. but others, like the Kiger case, closely match
hypnagogic/hypnapompic dream experiences:
Until you figure out for sure what's going on, I'd advise not having the baseball bat nearby, lol...