reply to post by jed001
Yes a sense of feeling does happen in dreams sometimes, but a sense of feeling is not normal for my dreams but it does happens sometimes; for example,
last night I had a dream that had an unusual sense of feeling that I do not think I have had in a dream before.
In the dream I could feel pain and the moving of a muscle above my left knee, it felt sore and like it had a slight tear or sprain or something, and I
walked with a slight limp.
In the dream nothing happened that I can remember to have caused it, even in the dream I did not know why it was sore, I just assumed it was an injury
from jogging; in the real world I had jogged that day, and not realizing it was a dream, I just assumed that was responsible for my injury.
I woke up feeling the soreness for a few seconds, but then it went away; residual events of the dream I guess.
The muscle above my left knee was not hurt in the real world and was not even sore while I was sleeping, except when I woke up still feeling the
soreness from the dream, of course.
I think this is real interesting because not feeling soreness/pain is normally one way that I know that I am dreaming, I sometimes have lucid dreams,
my dreams usually never have real world soreness/pain; unless I am directly attacked or injured or something in the dream, and even then it is usually
not so bad.
So this is certainly an interesting phenomenon that will make it harder to realize that I am dreaming, if this continues in other dreams.
Dreams sure can be interesting, and I have been having some interesting dreams the last two months, especially.
I use to update my dream blog for over two years, but I have not been doing so for months now, I may edit/censor my dreams and start posting them here
one day; or at least start with my newest dreams only.
Anyway, I hope you can avoid getting stabbed in your next dream, where is a good dream bodyguard when you need one? Hahaha