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Who has flown in their dreams...What was it like?

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posted on Aug, 29 2004 @ 03:13 PM
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I think, everyone flies in many dreams, so do I . It feels very interesting, the hands are the wings, flapping faster results faster speed, and greater height. It is cool, you feel like birds. To me, it feels as if I was in water instead of air, but the scene is the aerospace.




posted on Aug, 29 2004 @ 03:20 PM
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I dreamt of flying before but it wasnt the hands that made me fly strangely enough it was a trash can I was holding in front of me.



posted on Aug, 29 2004 @ 03:51 PM
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Oh, yes... very long time ago, I had a dream like that, but I was holding something ball shaped to fly. The stronger I held it, the higher I flew. When I was very young, flying was done only if I held out my hands. :-DD



posted on Aug, 29 2004 @ 04:08 PM
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I remember some dreams where it seems like I was learning to levitate or fly and they seemed so real. It was quite a thrill to go above the tree tops and hope your flying/levitating ability kept working as you descended back down in a rush. I guess you wake up if you crash but I don't remember crashing.

I also remember a number of dreams where I suppose I was too lazy to bother walking and would just float around above the ground wherever I wanted to go. I guess that would be spooky to see someone do that.

As the years passed, I remember some dreams that were not lucid that I was flying in the same as say Storm in the movie the X-Men. I even remember some helicopters were following me in one of those dreams (too much action too remember clearly). I even remember hovering in deep space observing a huge battle between two alien species. I got ticked off at one of those species and won't mention what I did to them. You can just say I dreamed that they no longer exist (wiped out of even becoming a species). I dreamed the other species that had been in conflict during the present time was a peaceful species now. It's interesting to dream of how time changes when you change the past. I don't remember too many recent dreams though, I guess I need to sleep more to do that.

Ever flown about as if you were a tornado? That was a strange dream.



posted on Aug, 31 2004 @ 09:29 AM
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In my flying dreams, I will myself off the ground with a lot of effort, levitating with my body vertical, moving slowly until I reach a height of about 2 stories. Then, it takes a concerted effort to slow down and control direction. But, always, in my flying dreams, I "know" it's possible in a waking state, too.



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 05:42 PM
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I fly in my dreams now often when I'm not lucid dreaming. I don't flap my hands or anything like that either. Actually this morning in a dream I believe I was flying forward by standing vertically not doing anything special to fly. I remember I was chasing a strange creature off in the distance (flying rather fast by doing nothing but standing/floating/flying). I flew over a lake or large body of water and then got quite close to this creature. The creature (best described as something resembling a 6 ft flying lizard or salamander with large teeth) turned and attacked. I dodged and that suddenly made me wake up. I wasn't expecting an attack.

I suppose if I try to remember that when I am flying in a dream, that I am dreaming, then I could make the dream lucid. On the other hand, how many people dream of flying after a 6 foot dragon like lizard. I can't remember anything else about that dream except that lizard sure did have alot of sharp looking teeth. Imagine trying to dodge a flying 6ft dragon while flying.



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 05:49 PM
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I've always been able to fly in my dreams and didn't know til about 10 years ago that not everyone could fly. It's a very good sign to fly because it means you are not bogged down by things. I went thru an "illness" and could never fly which really sucked. Then, as I got better, I was able to fly again. This is how I knew the illness was coming to an end.

When I fly, sometimes it's like Super man (one hand in the air, one by my waist) other times it's like swimming in air. It's so awesome! What's really great is when I realize that I'm dreaming and I decide to change the dream and fly off to something else. Sometimes, I can see the tops of the trees.

Lily



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 05:59 PM
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Originally posted by Comrade Smith
I must be losing my soul I have not had a dream at all for over 4 years and I am only 13


Comrade,
You dream everynight, several times, you just don't remember. Keep a notebook by your bed and when you wake up quickly right down what your dream was about. Nothing long and drawn out, just tidbits. When you awake in the morning, you will remember after reading your notes and fill in the blanks.



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 06:14 PM
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well when i was flying in a dream i sort of had a jetpack does that count?.....it was the best thing ever except i felt no wind i could see NYC right under me....it wsas great



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 07:20 PM
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I've never really dreamed that i flew. But once i dreamed a horrible thing related to that. I dreamed that a group of people was trying to get me and i was running frantically, and trying to fly. To get away from them. Now that was one scary dream.



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 08:39 PM
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good topic try actually being a super saiyan, yes from dragon ball z, and hovering in an orb that travells at light speeds over a thick, thundering ocean below you. when i did it i looked at myself and realized i was wearing a suit just like a saiyan. hair and all it was so intense.

when i barely started the dream i was like, woah this is it. looking all around me inside the orbital sphere like frame were buttons, consoles, screens radars etc. then after that i looked through the oval window below me and saw the beautiful ocean. i was going at about 300mph at the time.

until i got really excited and pressed the acceleration. then i started to climb up to speeds of 600mph. i ended up getting too excited then just blowing the whole dream. because when you dream of good things, and get them. you get carried away. someone who can control this can have one HELL of a time. i mean hell, just that dream alone, so short it was, changed my life.

hope more people know what its like. this is exactly what its like. beautiful.



posted on Sep, 6 2004 @ 09:30 PM
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When I was a kid. Would start lucid dreaming, get
out of bed, float through the wall and be outside.
Seemed difficult to get off the ground at first but
when up flew generally among treetops. Most of the
time seemed to be along a tree lined street or in a
park mostly grassy with scattered trees. Always
seemed difficult to get higher up. A lot of times
seemed more like skipping to treetop height then
floating back near the ground. Only a few times
flying high somewhere a long ways off, over a
futuristic looking city with domes and lakes, people
looking up as if they could see me. Waved and they
waved back. But always awoke back in bed. I
would like just once to have awakened in that city
instead. Have not lucid dreamed like that in years.
Strange the tricks mind plays.


[edit on 6-9-2004 by mockan]



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 01:06 AM
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If I could control my dreams, and fly at will, it will be better than any video game out there. Flying is better than getting married to a supermodel in a dream.



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 09:15 AM
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i've flown before in my dreams one time i remmeber the most flying over my neighborhood i just felt light and i could control if i wanted to go left or right in my head.



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 09:22 AM
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Beside the two times that I experienced OoBE I dream of flying quite often
Generally the process involves great concentration, and then I lift up doing very stiff, fast movements in the air (ala matrix)
When I go really up I get butterflies (which I don't get in real life, never had them lol) and have to concentrate even more to elevate myself even more.



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 09:35 AM
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As a child, I often flew in my dreams. I don't remember the flying as much as I do the takeoff. I would stand and spin in a circle ( in my dream), and kind of twist myself off the ground. Once airborn, flying was just like superman, anywhere I wanted to go and as fast as I wanted to get there.
I have also had dreams where I could jump at the top of a hill or stairway and keep lifting my feet to keep from landing, so I would basically float over the ground. Psychoanalysts would probably have a field day with these, but I already know I'm a kook, so have at it.



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 09:40 AM
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Hey, now that I think about it, I've been dreaming similar things too Trazom
I remember one that occured often, I kind of jumped down these big stairs and floated over them, sort of opposing gravity with some kind of force, much like two magnets..



posted on Sep, 7 2004 @ 11:29 PM
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I discovered I could fly in dreams soon after I discovered real world power condensation (concentrating one's energy and pulling outside energy inside the body) . It's the same feeling, just full body. Nowadays, whenever I fall asleep, no matter what I'm dreaming I'm always able to fly at will. First I sort of hover above ground, kick off and fly down hills rather than run, and then finally once I get the feeling back I can take off wherever I want to. My speed is constantly improving, cuz I started out slow. It's really fun because the people in my dreams stare in awe at what I can do, and sometimes if I'm having a dream where I'm in a crowd and I need to get somewhere fast, I just jump up and zip over peoples' heads. 'Tis such a satisfying thing. Too bad I can't do it in real life
who knows though, if I keep concentrating my energy, maybe I'll be able to do it someday? Wishful thinking at best probably. But again: Who knows? It IS the same feeling....



posted on Sep, 8 2004 @ 11:55 AM
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i have never flown in a dream unless i was in a plane.i would want to though



posted on Sep, 8 2004 @ 12:01 PM
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I have flown in my dreams too.
I don't flap my arms though, but I have to run downhill to takeoff.
Sure feels awesome when flying though.



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