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Is the dream world really the real world? I think so sometimes...

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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 07:55 AM
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The title says it all, but what I wanna talk about is being able to control your dreams most commonly known as being lucid. I first started being able to control my dreams this year. The first time was amazing I was able to fly and it almost seemed like it was an OBE but it wasn't due to the fact I found my mom at a store in the dream which made me realize it was a dream knowing that she was sleeping still. Anyways the whole reason I am making this thread is because its been harder and harder to control my dreams as of late. I find it difficult to open my eyes and when I finally do open them in lucidity I usually have only 2 mins before I lose control. So I come here to say maybe the end really is upon us. Maybe its been difficult to stay within my lucid dreams because the real world is dying and the people that run the real world are trying to keep me out. I mean maybe its just me losing control but if anyone else has noticed it hard to open your eyes in lucid dream then please post here and tell your story. I would love to read any contribution. If you have knowledge of anything please post. Thanks.




posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:32 AM
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Although i have not been able to lucid dream yet, then i am experiencing something similar :

10 years ago or so, i stopped remembering my dreams ( I think this was due to the extreme negative mind set i was in, so that i would not remember the torture i put myself through in the dreams).

However a year ago or so, i started focusing on trying to remember the dream after i woke up (I was prompted to do this after i had a dream i remembered in clear vividness).

Ever since, then i feel that the world i experience in my dreams, is somehow more real that the waking world, now the strange part is, i still only remember fractions and bits and pieces, but i still have the overwhelming feeling when i wake up, that i wake up to a less real world.


Now this could ofcorse just be because i'm living out my dreams in my sleeping life, and until i get to the stage where i remember my dreams fully and can control them, then i wont know, as its just a feeling, mixed with images and emotions experienced during the dream.

Hope this helps.

Namaste.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:45 AM
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Kind of the same here. I always remember bits and pieces of my dreams. When I wake up, it's like 'Oh, i'm here again, another life to live'.

I've had this experience months ago, somewhere in februari. It was a few days after I had a kundalini awakening. I fell asleep on my bed with headphones on. The next morning, I jumped out my bed and said I MUST stop them. I almost yelled it. I had this feeling of no matter what happens, I have to stop them and I felt poweful. I was doing everything in a hurry until I calmed down. Those I wanted to stop were reptilians.

Also, in another dream I was just minding my bussiness when suddenly a TV screen popped up before me and told me I couldnt watch anymore. I was really pissed because I knew that someone else was behind it. They are purposely stopping us to dream or lucid dream.

Sometimes the 'dream' world does seem more real than here, my opinion is that we live different lives in different dimensions and while we are dreaming we might be living in more than one.

They are certainly doing something in our dreams, and I don't like it.

Peace



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:53 AM
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I am glad I am not the only one experiencing this. It is very odd.... I use to be able to lucid dream with no problem but like I said as of late I find it difficult to open my eyes and when they finally are open they are only slightly. Then I try to go and do something and I lose control as if something doesn't want me there. Like last night before I lost control I heard a dog barking and it wouldn't stop barking. So something definitely is spooking the animals too.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:55 AM
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The topic of dreams is so interesting. I've been experimenting with different binaural beats apps on my iPod while falling asleep and a few actually helped me to remember my dreams more often. I'm still trying to achieve a lucid dream though.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 09:12 AM
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Before i stopped remembering my dreams, i would have a couple of reoccurring dreams.

There was always a hallway, long narrow and high, which eventually turned to stairs. Now there was always something behind me, not a physical being, just darkness.

It would eventually always catch up with me, and i would start to stumble, and nearly not be able to see, vision would become more and more shaky, muddy and distant, and i would always see the outline of a feminine figure at the end of the stairs, however would never reach it, as the darkness always overtook me first.

These dreams were the most powerless i have ever felt, i felt as though i was being stripped of my senses while being aware of it.

Maybe, as you say, someone is interrupting the normal dreaming state, and that was me being pulled out of it.

Namaste.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 09:19 AM
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Originally posted by WiseThinker
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Before i stopped remembering my dreams, i would have a couple of reoccurring dreams.

There was always a hallway, long narrow and high, which eventually turned to stairs. Now there was always something behind me, not a physical being, just darkness.

It would eventually always catch up with me, and i would start to stumble, and nearly not be able to see, vision would become more and more shaky, muddy and distant, and i would always see the outline of a feminine figure at the end of the stairs, however would never reach it, as the darkness always overtook me first.

These dreams were the most powerless i have ever felt, i felt as though i was being stripped of my senses while being aware of it.

Maybe, as you say, someone is interrupting the normal dreaming state, and that was me being pulled out of it.

Namaste.


At the end of the hall way was probably the truth and whatever was pulling you out didn't want you to see the truth. If you ever learn to control your dreams try to see if you can find that hall way again, thats if I am wrong though about dreams being more controlled as of late.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 10:33 AM
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A dream within a dream within a dream a bit like inception the movie. I just watched that last night, for the first time and I think we're in a low frequency dream. In came to me that this is considered foundational and yet, instead of being like we perceive history where past events nudge the future ones, in reality, this foundational level is pulled from the Future, from ahead. By Higher Ups.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 10:40 AM
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Exactly, and that is what the movie 'The Matrix' claims also which makes a lot of sense.



posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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I have yet to lucid dream. However, I do have what could be considered recurring dreams.I am always around the same people, same places. I wake up and feel sad and sometimes 'miss' those people. It would make sense then if it were either another life or in fact reality...



posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 09:29 PM
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I rarely ever remember my dreams only a few times a year do i wake up and remember having dream.the thing I always remember about those dreams is that in my dreams i`m always aware that it is a dream and i`m very annoyed by the impossible things that happen in the dream.
for example in my dream i might be flying and i`ll be really annoyed by it and be thinking, i can`t fly, this is stupid, why is this dream wasting my time with stupid things like this/



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