posted on Mar, 28 2011 @ 06:03 AM
Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
I have had lucid dreams, this was not lucid dreaming, I was awake.
The best judge of if you were awake is your girl friend rather than yourself.
The reason I say that is, you had already preconditioned yourself to make contact, when nothing happened you were frustrated by it and then continued
to want to in your sleep, at this point your brain can be one hell of an enemy. Its very easily for your subconscious to recreate your exact
environment in your head, everything would look and sound just as it should.
The brain will also create all the parts you fear like not being able to move, being unable to either speak or speak coherently (this usually ends up
with the dreamer shouting) and being able to see your partner seemingly unable to help you. Eventually when you make enough noise and movement your
'real' partner will wake you up but even then the brain will create you looking at your partner as she shakes you as if you were never asleep.
I know all that sounds doubtful but I suffer from night terrors and I swear I have been wide awake most of the times but was actually having a
nightmare. You may find you repeat this dream a few more times.
BUT, all this is just my opinion, if it really did happen to you then think carefully before trying to make contact again. Somtime's the unknown is
best left just being that, unknown.