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[–] 9204914 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Occasionally, I'll have vivid dreams, few lucid.

I had one a few years after my mom had passed. In the dream, I'm at the house I grew up in, hanging out, and someone knocks on the front door. When I go to get it, its my mom, looking younger than she did when she passed, and radiant, like shes made of golden light.

Shes also holding a swaddled baby which was supposed to be my future baby? (it glowed as well) But aside from that inexplicable aspect, we had a full conversation that felt SO real. We both acknowledged she was dead and this was a dream. got caught up, and hugged. Which felt just like her hug. Eventually she said she had to go, took her (my?) baby, and left.

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[–] pixelperfect1 [S] 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

One of the most memorable dreams for myself was when I was being chased by someone. At first I was scared but soon realized it was only a dream. I found a spot to hide quick and immediately began focusing my thoughts to get out of the dream. This is something I can normally do. It seemed like it worked except it sort of didn't. I opened my eyes in real life and was looking at the ceiling but I was in sleep paralysis. I could still hear and feel everything it the dream despite not seeing any of it. I couldn't control myself in the dream. It was like I left the body of the dream but could still feel and hear what it was experiencing. The person chasing me was getting closer and closer and I'm freaking out in my mind because I can't do anything. The person chasing found me. They walked up to me and whispered in my ear "you can run but you can't hide". I then snapped out of the sleep paralysis. It was so weird how I was in this in between state of dreaming and being awake.

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[–] skittlesforhair 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Sounds like Scary Terry bitch.

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[–] Dr_No 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I was picked of the street, to play the best friend of the star, in a big budget movie taking place during medieval times. We were rehearsing with a huge crew in a large castle full of secret rooms and weird collections, almost everybody there in costumes. Knights fighting, musicians and entertainers doing shows, running market etc. Since I wasn't the actual star, there were no pressure on me and everyone knew it would become a success, great jovial mood on set. Need to go back there soon. Sooooo many details. Remembered the chorus of a song that were practiced, googled it without results of any kind, so my subconscious got lyrical skills. Nice!

I practice lucid dreaming, but not very successful. One memorable was a recurring dream, where I'm the cashier in a shop, two men come in and threaten me, then start trashing the place, I wake before they get to me. Last time I had it, I kinda remembered the dream as it happened, which made me semi awake/lucid. I told one to attack the other, he did, the other just stood there and took it. Then it slipped and I woke.

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[–] pixelperfect1 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I do that too with music and ideas in general! Dreams can have such interesting inspiration for music, art, etc. Sometimes I will wake up though and that "brilliant" idea makes absolutely no sense. Of course it made sense in the dream. Not so much in reality.

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[–] DwalimarOmen 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I've experienced sleep paralysis many times. I have adult parasomnia and a limited ability for lucid dreaming and successful, proven dream communication with other humans and others.

Two dreams stand out, one which one of my many alt accounts has explored in depth so I wont dox myself. However another one involved either my death or someone elses death. I am not certain if it was a past event or one of my prescient visions.

I was in a white Land Rover of a design that at the time of the dream I did not have conscious memory of ever seeing. In fact the design was something that wasnt on the road (at least in North America) until years after the dream.

I lost control and went down an embankment into a stream to 'my' demise. (assuming this wasnt a third person experience). I remember it vividly not because of the experience of the accident but because how real and expansive the emotions that came with it were. A feeling of loss, of not accomplishing what I had set out to do, emotions of finality that I never felt in waking life.

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[–] Oodle_doodle 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

When I was a kid I had lucid dreams. My most memberable one was my first lucid dream where my dad was on fire but acting normal. It tipped me off and I realized that I was dreaming. I used to have terrible nightmares so it really helped when I realized I was dreaming because I would wake myself up shortly after.

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[–] pixelperfect1 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I would do that too! I was able to "wake up" if I focused on it. In some dreams I couldn't get it to work. Those were some of the worst nightmares ever. I would wake up stressed afterwards and wanted to not go back to sleep out of fear that I would have another nightmare.

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[–] Oodle_doodle 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Oh man, that sounds bad... i am sorry you had that experience. I was never able to stay in a dream long once I realized it was a dream. I wanted to be able to explore lucid dreaming more but it never lasted more than a short time once I was lucid.

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[–] flinny 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Kinda weird, anyone remember those 80s action movie chasing scenes where they run in and out of appartments? the dream i remember best is me being chased and jumping out of a window, followed by me waking up. Not sure why it has stayed in my mind for so many years.

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[–] BLOODandHONOUR 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

My most memorable dream was just a few weeks after my mother died when I was 19.

The family was in the SUV and it was all of us besides her obviously and we were driving somewhere. Then my younger brother points out the window and says: "Hey! It's mom!" And I said: "No it's not, she's dead, shut up, it's not her." Over and over he insisted and even my Father right away saw her and stopped the car. She gets in and everyone except me is so happy and saying they missed her and saying they love her and that they're glad she is back. I am sitting behind and to her left in the middle seat with a disbelieving face that this woman is not my mother- just an imposter. As we pull away my "mother" turns around to me while no one else is paying attention and gives me a sinister smile- only me and her know she's not my mother but the rest of the family is fooled. Then I woke up.

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[–] MaFishTacosDaBombBro 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Lucid dreaming. Went to Taco Bell, ordered a burrito. I proceeded to eat one half of the burrito, when I realized I was lucid dreaming and I could do anything I wanted. So I took the uneaten burrito and threw it on a lady wearing a white dress. I instantly feel bad and wake up immediately.

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