posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 09:57 PM
Interesting how you both stopped having flying dreams at 11. I can't remember having flying dreams until I started taking Prozac around 2000. Then
I started having what I call "Prozac dreams", which were so vivid I had trouble coming back to reality when I woke up.
Many of these dreams were of flying, and they were all similar in that I had to concentrate to get off the ground, and the higher I would go, the
harder I'd have to concentrate. Funny thing was, once I was up, I didn't have to concentrate anymore. I'd actually have to concentrate to come
One dream in particular I remember, was in my bed and I went up thru the roof (didn't crash, just went straight thru) and as I continued up, I
remember looking down at the roof, then at the treetops as I went up, then at my city as I continued up. I decided to fly to the beach (about 4.5
hours driving time away), and to go faster, just had to concentrate harder. Once there, just hovered and looked at the ocean. Then I experimented
going up higher and higher, until I was scared to go up any higher. A storm front was approaching, and I remember flying back home trying to beat the
storm. I had to really concentrate so I'd go faster, since the storm was catching up to me. I was almost home when I woke up.
Many of my flying dreams also involved being at school. Several of them I'd be in the gym, floating up in the rafters, watching everyone below, and
they didn't know I was up there. Others, I'd be flying thru the hallways, and the students would be watching me. Or I'd be outside, and start
floating up, and I distinctly remember having to avoid power lines as I went up.
Still have the flying dreams, but much less frequently (I'm 41 now). Dreams aren't as vivid, though.