posted on May, 25 2017 @ 03:49 PM
Okay, so I've been under a lot of stress and anxiety lately which partially explains this. I also quit smoking 40 or so days ago and have heard that
you get some pretty wicked dreams from the part of your brain it surpresses rebounding (I'm not talking about tobacco). Anyways, I've been having some
pretty creepy lucid nightmares, this morning takes the cake and has me thinking.
I went to sleep, started hearing weird sounds like something rummaging through my bed, thought I was still awake, then was attacked by some little
demonic dog type thing in my bed. I call it Cujo Chihuahua. The first time it bit me on the neck and I couldn't fight it off because I had what we
call "molasses arms" (ever tried hitting someone or something in a dream? it's like slow motion love taps with all of your strength). I woke up,
realized I was okay, had a cigarette, and went back to sleep.
Here's where it gets interesting. The same thing happened again, in the exact same way, except this time I was able to get my hand on the lil #$%^ for
a second and he bit my finger really hard. I woke up and my finger actually hurt where he bit it. No marks, just a real pain. Did my brain think it
was real and send pain to my nerves in the finger? If so, wouldn't that mean sustaining serious injury in a lucid nightmare could actually harm your
health? Could you die in your sleep from dying in a lucid nightmare? Etc. I know it sounds far fetched but I'm just wondering your take on it.
Also, people who get "attacked by demons" thare are haunting their homes supposedly and end up with unexplained scratch marks.. could this be a
similar phenomenon of the brain believing it's real so much that it causes the wounds on the body? Just a thought. I'd like your opinions on it. The
one the night before was pretty crucial too. I was sleeping in my bed in the nightmare and heard voices, some were saying my name, then something
invisible starting shaking me in the bed so I told it to #$%^ off and woke up startled. The reason they're so creepy and believable is because it's
literally me, in my bed, thinking I'm trying to sleep while actually being asleep. Hard to wake up from too. Creepy. This is my first post here in a
long time, over a year, haven't really had much to say but since I reset my password I might start posting again. Thanks for reading.
5/25/2017 by r0xor because: (no reason given)