posted on May, 23 2014 @ 12:45 AM
I used to take Prozac for depression and I would often have "prozac dreams". These were the most realistic, intense, and vivid dreams I've ever
had. I would have 2 or 3 a week. Most of them were sci-fi type dreams. They were so vivid and involved that if there was a way to record them to
video, I'd make a fortune! I'd often wake from these dreams disoriented and it'd take a minute or two to realize the dream wasn't my reality.
I would also have flying dreams. Most of the time it would involve "walking" an inch or two above the ground. Then, by just thinking, I'd go
floating up higher and higher, usually, for some reason, in someone's house, where I'd rest against the ceiling looking down and watching the people
in the house. Sometimes, I'd be outside, at school for some reason, and just start floating up. I remember having to watch out for power lines as I
went up. I'd start flying around like Superman, trying to impress the students below.
One amazing flying dream was where I was lying in my bed, and just started floating up, going thru the ceiling and roof, then slowly going up. I
remember vividly looking down as I went up, seeing the roof of my house, then the trees as I drifted up above them, and again, watching out for power
lines. I went up to cloud level (but it was a clear sky), and by concentrating, starting flying faster and faster towards the coast. I live about
300 miles from the coast. Again, looking down, I could see everything clearly as I flew by. When I reached the coast, noticed a storm coming in from
over the sea. I turned around, started flying back, but the storm was coming fast. I concentrated harder and harder, and flew faster and faster,
outrunning the storm. As I approached my house, my alarm sounded and I woke up.
And I've also had those "head exploding sounds" but never knew what to call them. I'd sometimes hear a loud bang shortly after closing my eyes.
Scared the crap out of me the first time it happened. I've also been asleep and heard Mod and Dad yell my name, but after waking up, realized it was
in my head. A few times I've heard one of them whisper my name like they were right next to my ear, again waking and realizing it was in my head.
I think the worst are the horror-movie type dreams. Sometimes I could feel myself being possessed (in my dream), and when I'd speak, it would be in
the really low, evil type tones. Sometimes I would be the Devil himself, saying and doing unspeakable things. When I would wake, I'd be scared and
sometimes shaking for a minute or two.