posted on Nov, 12 2015 @ 05:15 PM
a reply to: Belcastro
I believe most dreams are simply our brains sorting through a lot of data, and processing it. I tend to recall dreams, and have had many that
contained elements of this or that from my life; books I was reading, a movie I'd seen, different things with people I knew, and so forth. These
things can combine in weird ways in dreams, but there is no reason to think they are anything else, for the most part.
Now and then, a dream is different. One I had, I was seeing through eyes that were not my own, and I knew it. In that one, I was stabbed in the
lower back, and felt the pain, and everything about the dream was totally normal. That is NOT normal for my dreams! There is always a surreal
quality to the usual dreams, that this one lacked. I felt the blade go in, which, for me, isn't unexpected, as I do feel in dreams (and smell, and
taste, and see colors, etc.). However, this felt real. I have wondered since it it wasn't some sort of remote viewing while asleep. For hours after
I awoke, I felt a faint "tingle" in my back, where the blade hit in the "dream". I actually scanned news for weeks, looking for a real case that
matched the dream.