posted on May, 2 2007 @ 09:30 AM
Last night I had the strangest dream I've ever had. I'd heard many times that if you dream that you die that you may actually die.
Last night I dreamed that I died. Not close to, but actually died. It was not from a third person perspective. It was a first person (from my own
The details of how I "died" are not important. The reason I'm posting here is because something DID happen. When the "moment" happened, suddenly
an all encompassing blackness occurred. Yes we all have a blackness when we sleep, but this was so different. It was like everything shut off. I
don't know how else to describe it. Complete and utter blackness and silence. I thought I knew what blackness and silence was when I slept, but trust
me, it is nothing like this. I never ever realized it before, but when I sleep, it's similar to being in a dark room after your eyes adjust and you
can make out objects in the dark. Dark, but not complete. Same with sound. I never realized it before, but I must be aware of outside sounds when I
sleep. Because when this happened, the silence was overwhelming.
Then something happened. It was lightning quick - like a flashbulb going off. A dark object, which was grey - it was dark and had no shape, but it was
lighter than the darkness surrounding it shocked my brain. I don't know if I heard it, saw it, felt it - I just don't know - but I distinctly
remember that it was so very important that I move my toes. I literally can't describe it. I must move my toes.
Then the greyness of normal sleep enveloped me, then I awoke, and my toes were indeed moving. The whole experience may have lasted less than a second,
or an hour. I have no way of telling.
I don't really remember many of my dreams, in fact I remember practically none of them, but this is one that has left an indellible mark on my brain.
It may indeed be the strangest thing that has ever happened to me.
Look, I'm pretty much the class clown, and I'm pretty grounded. I have no complaints in my life, but I feel an inner peace that I haven't felt
What the heck happened?