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A lucid dream I had, unlocked a forgotten childhood memory.

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:29 AM
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First off I have to point out I am a natural lucid dreamer, it comes as easy as breathing does for everyone else.

Anyways, on Saturday night in my dream, I was looking out of a window, at a railway, with a power sub-station next to it. Above the power sub-station was what I can only describe as a large ball of Plama/energy syphoning electricity from the sub-station. Now as I'm lucid at this point, my mind is telling me that this isn't a dream.. This actually happened. It was like a revelation and the memory of being 12 years old and witnessing this very event came flooding back to me. In reality I watched the Plama ball for about 5 minutes as it fed off the elecricity, then went to tell my parents that the railway was on fire, when I returned to the window, the event was over and all was dark again..

The power of the mind never ceases to amase me.

Peace.

Rock Ape.




posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:56 AM
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First up if you can LD that easily you can easily look into any memory that you have. Its like having photographic memory.

I think you might have seen a ball lightening interfering with the powerline. Or maybe one of the UFOS was a bit short on power for its trip back.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:01 AM
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Is this the first LD you have had that brought back the memories?? maybe you should try and see if you can unlock some more of your memories from the past and be sure to let us know what you come up with.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:06 AM
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Just out of curiosity, when you started to lucid dream, was it a conscious decision before you started to fall asleep or did you just fall into it?



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:25 AM
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I've been able to lucid dream since the age of 5. My mother and her younger sister are both lucid dreamers too.
I think it must run in my family on my mothers side.

I know what opened me up to lucid dreaming too. When I was 5 I had a nightmare, just a short one lasted no longer than a few minutes, but it woke me to full consciousness in like 1 second flat. I'd never had a nightmare before that one, and never had one since.

And since that time I've been able to lucid dream. I dream in colour, with sound and touch. i can start and stop a dream, change dreams and even go back to a previous dream and start it from where I left it off.

Don't get me wrong, my dreams are still amasing and weird, and I have little control of the course of events as they unfold (I leave that to my sub-conscious mind) but I am fully aware that it is a dream, and I can do something about it if I don't like the way events are unfolding.

On the downside, most lucid dreamers will tell you, that when you first wake, sleep paralysis can be quite scary. As your mind awakens before your body does, this lasts a few seconds but can seem like minutes.

JROCK - To answer your question, it's happened once before about 10 year ago


peace.

Rock Ape.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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Originally posted by Rock Ape
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I've been able to lucid dream since the age of 5. My mother and her younger sister are both lucid dreamers too.
I think it must run in my family on my mothers side.

I know what opened me up to lucid dreaming too. When I was 5 I had a nightmare, just a short one lasted no longer than a few minutes, but it woke me to full consciousness in like 1 second flat. I'd never had a nightmare before that one, and never had one since.

And since that time I've been able to lucid dream. I dream in colour, with sound and touch. i can start and stop a dream, change dreams and even go back to a previous dream and start it from where I left it off.

Don't get me wrong, my dreams are still amasing and weird, and I have little control of the course of events as they unfold (I leave that to my sub-conscious mind) but I am fully aware that it is a dream, and I can do something about it if I don't like the way events are unfolding.

On the downside, most lucid dreamers will tell you, that when you first wake, sleep paralysis can be quite scary. As your mind awakens before your body does, this lasts a few seconds but can seem like minutes.

JROCK - To answer your question, it's happened once before about 10 year ago


peace.

Rock Ape.



Hi

Interesting experience.

Am interested in your location - are you in Gib?

I lived in GIb for a few years and actually found it to heighten my paranormal experiences.

I lived in Vietnam for 6 months and had none!

Interested in if you are baseed over there full time - assume the railway line is a childhood memory from elsewhere - as Gib doesnt have a railway...

Have your experiences increased in Gib?



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 01:42 PM
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What do you think lucid dreaming is? I, myself am a lucid dreamer, been doing it since I was a kid. It took years to master controlling reality in my dreams. Controlling the dream is what lucid dreaming is. My daughter does it but is a bit of a novice still at 33. What do you mean by lucid dreaming. To me it's kinowing you are dreaming in the dream, not thinking it's not a dream. It is by definition "a dream".



posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 03:09 AM
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Was on detachment there for a while, a long time ago. Maybe the military there fried your brain.. You have to remember Gib is home to a SIGINT unit and there are many high power listening and communications arrays both on and in the rock. That much Electromagnetic and RF radiation is bound to have an effect on people.

Reply to Damwel :- I'd say the former "It's knowing you are dreaming in the dream". If I thought my dream state was reality, I'd never want to wake up :-)


Peace..

Rock Ape.



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