posted on Feb, 18 2004 @ 09:26 PM
Hey Watcheroftheskies thanks for the info!
Yeah by my second dream I had like a dejavu experience in the dream in which I would do a second take. I wouldn't concentrate too much on it because
of past experiences of realizing a dream is a dream (I'll explain in a bit). So basically by the second dream I would ask my self "am I dreaming?".
But let go and try and see what the dream had to tell me...in essence just go with the flow.
Back when I was younger I use to have nightmares of monsters chasing me and me running in terror. Until one day I realized it was a dream and the most
wonderful thing would happen.... I had total control. I would then stop running; turn around and wait till the monster would reach me. Then I would
imagine that I had magical swords (and they would appear!) and would run towards the monster after which the monster would disappear and I would wake
up no longer be scared. I would have many lucid dreams that I would have full control and it would be the most freedom invoking feeling. But one thing
that I would notice is that the second I realize it is a dream I would have fun but slowly it would start fading and I would wake up. That's why I
didn't want to do the same thing with the reoccurring dream that I have been having lately. I wanted to find out what was the reason that I was
having them. They were very real and didn't seem like a dream at all. Last night I had a dream about a person that I knew that pricked me on the arm
and made me bleed. He then proceeded to heal it mentally which I felt as he was doing it. It felt very similar to the times when I reach high
meditation (high tingling in the brain area and spinal cord) and it was over whelming. It kinda the weird because there is someone that I love deeply
and is in need of healing, and I felt as if the person in the dream was showing me a way of healing thru the dream. I know it might seem odd, but I
have been having very real dreams lately (almost everyday now) and I think it coincides with my expansion of awareness.