reply to post by pharaohmoan
I imagine you are having a slew of dreams that are lasting longer, and you are remembering or maybe going lucid at parts where you've already been
dreaming a while - and for whatever reason beside that point, you are simply getting more deeply involved in the dreams in most every way. Dreams
will often seem more intense/realistic, the more identified you get with the dream, the situation, or the dream body.
If you want a quick solution to the bad guys in your dreams always catching you as you try to escape, I would opt for violence (And I feel it's
justified if they will not leave you alone). If you want to try peaceful means, tell yourself it's just a dream and they aren't real, tell them
that too and try to lighten up overall on your attitude towards the dream - this way you may be able to flee faster or make them useless. But I
personally would have more luck smashing them into the ground telekinetically (make them chase you towards the ground and then bang surprise SLAM them
into the ground telekinetically or physically). If it's way up in the air and you don't want to do that, fling them into the Sun, or smash them
I really hope you whoop up on them personally, they have no right to be stopping you time and time again!
To add to the thread though, Last night I dreamed intensely or realistically about going down a waterfall. I had just gone lucid and was outside, the
area was knd of lush but temperate, and I wanted to look for some beautiful landscapes to hang out in or fly above. Well I came to this river and a
loud waterfall. I went right into that water and let myself float and let go, I rode the waterfall down 60 ft or so into another river. Then I
followed that to a second waterfall and whoosh, down it about the same - but yes it was intense.
Then I found myself in this dry levy sort of thing. There was a lock on a box so I pulled on the lock. When I did that, a snapping sound and alarms
went off. It was like a huge ditch with steep concrete walls and for some reason I didn't seem to be able to escape. I felt bad leaving my dream
body in a bad situation (Hey I know it's "Most probably" just a dream) but it's a bad ending to a good story nonetheless. I hope he remembered
that he can fly, but I guess when stories are left hanging like that, it's up to the reader to decide the ending right?
But once that alarm went off, fear did hit me. It was as if it was in a place of Tyranny, and even if I had escaped the public would have paid for my
mistake one way or another. So it's intense with the waterfalls feeling real, and pertinent because of the ominous feeling about the place I was in
- beautiful though it was.