posted on Apr, 22 2015 @ 06:50 PM
Well, I'm glad many of you share similar experiences.
The whole point of the thread, I guess, was to point out just how unprepared we are, to face something so Extraterrestrial.
I mean, it's one thing watching all the Scifi movies, a completely different experience were you to witness this up close.
I've always wanted to see an Alien spaceship, I didn't care if it was just a glance, I just wanted to see one first hand. After these types of
dreams, I question myself whether if I really want to see one in real life.
The fear, oh my goodness.. Joneselius' post seems to describe my feelings the best. It was like, literal shock. Your body is basically no longer
responding to you, you just stand there, not moving at all because you can't. Most likely pee in your pants kind of fear. I've never felt anything
like that in my life... The feeling of utter hopelessness, what could we possibly do to a space faring race such as this?
Anyways, it was such a vivid dream, I couldn't tell the difference between reality and lucid dreaming, it was one of those really blurred line
AnuTyr, thanks very much for the visual depiction. Oh my god, this is very very close to what I dreamed of.
Take out the white stuff on the right, I didn't have a street light glare, then add about 10 to 15 other discs around that big main one, with each of
them distanced apart and descending at various speeds, getting closer and closer to you. That was exactly what I saw.
Holy #, just describing it makes me pretty uncomfortable right now, as it was so real to me.
On a side note, I have controlled Lucid Dreaming only once in my life. I think I was maybe 12 to 14 years old, had an friend who talked about it.
Asked me a weird question out of nowhere "Would you like to learn how to fly?"
So basically, it was pretty simple. All I had to do, was a bit of mental training every night right before I pass out on bed. I would constantly
remind/murmur to myself that I'm about to sleep and I'm about to enter into a dream, I'm going to fly like Superman in the dream, I will be
dreaming and I know I will be dreaming. I repeat this until I pass out.
By week 2, I had my very first experience. I was in a dark room, night time. It wasn't my room, almost immediately, I knew I was dreaming. Can't
really explain how I knew, I just knew I was dreaming. Since I've been practicing, self hypnotizing for quite sometime now, the first thing I did
when I realized I was dreaming, was open up the window and jumped straight outta there.
I was flying!! The sensation was amazing, hard to describe. Essentially, you're in this mental state where it seems all real to you but at the very
same time, you know you are dreaming.
The moment I jumped out of the window, I was FLYING! But not really flying, instead, I was .... sort of GLIDING. As in, I couldn't shoot up into the
air like Superman, I couldn't gain momentum while in flight, I could only feel the wind and glide from top elevation to bottom. But it was so cool,
for a second there, I really felt like someone with superhuman powers.
What woke me up, was a fear of the unknown, something came out of my subconscious mind I think, in the corner of my right eye, my brain told me that
I'm about to see something I really didn't like, probably the most scariest thing I've ever seen was just about to come out, that FEAR woke me
I never tried again afterwards, because I was really afraid. It was fun, while you had full control of your Lucid Dream. It's as if you're God of
your own reality and you can basically conjure up or do anything you can imagine. But the opposite side of that coin, is that you could also conjure
up THE MOST horrifying thing in your life, to scare yourself to death. Are you afraid of Clowns? Is that your worst fear? Well, in a controlled Lucid
Dream, the moment you think about this Clown, it will appear.
Anyone watch Dreamscape the movie, Dennis Quaid? If not, I recommend it. Pretty good description of what happens when you lose control of your own