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    Star Trek Sneezes, Wooden Barge-Island (LD#120)

    by , 10-12-2014 at 01:44 PM (465 Views)
    Man, I don't know what happened to me the night before last.

    I recall bits and pieces some dream about forgetting a paper for a class in college, and then going back to my room to get it.

    I recall being on the cast of Star Trek. I cannot recall if the dream was just about filming Star Trek, and if everything was being faked or if I was actually dreaming about a 'real' Star Trek scenario.
    We are in this area (that I'm pretty sure isn't actually on the show) called the data core room. It is this huge maze of passages on the back of the enterprise with all of these clear blue glowing crystals on mounts in the wall. Supposedly they were some kind of memory crystals for the ship's computer system that kept track of all the star systems and alien races.
    There is a group of 8 or 10 people. The only ones I recognize are Kirk, Picard, and Spock. I think some other famous characters were there. (I don't know, I've only seen a few episodes of Star Trek in my life.)
    Anyways, we are back here because supposedly the air quality here is the best in the ship, and doing some experiment with this new disease that is supposed to be harmless. They release it and everyone seems fine except for this other character; A teenager with brown hair made into an afro.
    The guy starts sneezing (ah-choo, ah-choo, ah-choo!) repeatedly, without stopping. He starts sneezing more and more violently, and eventually starts to sneeze up blood. Spock calls up a medical technician, but for some reason the guy on the other end is just screaming "AMBULANCE! AMBULANCE! CALL AN AN AMBULANCE RIGHT NOW!!"
    Something seems familiar about the sneezing disease, but I can't put my finger on it.

    I also notice that for some reason there are racks of candy in the area, and decide not to focus on the guy sneezing, even though I can still hear him. I look at the candy and consider buying some. Somehow the data core room was mixed with a candy store.
    I somehow get 'outside'. I am on this (either cruise ship or island, I think it was an island but felt like a cruise ship). I get a little confused thinking this is actually the exterior of the Enterprise. There is this big wooden boardwalk with all of these restaurants along it. There are also these huge wooden wheel sculptures.
    I see someone I know in WL (we'll just call her E). I go over next to her and we start talking about the sculptures.
    Awww... what a charming, romantic moment in a dream. Wait a second, doesn't this person hate me in WL? Oh, yes she does, and right then she pushed me over the edge into the water. I fall into the water, and (ignoring the laws of buoyancy) I sink about five hundred feet all the way to the bottom.
    I remember very clearly looking up and seeing the sunlight streaming down under the water and thinking about how deep I was.

    I become fully lucid and thrust upward to get above water. Once I make it to the surface, I try to fly up out of the water and get back up there. I can't seem to lift out of the water. I then, for some reason, think of Avatar, and decide to try and make a waterspout and ride it back up onto the platform.
    I begin to spin around, and I can see the water beginning to form a vortex around me, but then it just splashes back into the sea and comes apart.
    I look back and see that (because it's a dream) I am now about half a mile away from the island. Great. Now I've got to get up onto the boardwalk and travel all of this horizontal distance.
    Again, I think of the Waterbenders in Avatar. How they can 'surf' sometimes even without a surfboard. I start to push forward, and start to lift out of the water. I manage to get to the point where only my lower legs are submerged and I am moving along at a lazy 10-20mph. I don't feel like I am getting any closer to the island though.
    I feel like I should be going faster. I try using a hand motion to accelerate. I try a couple different hand motions, looking to find the one that feels most fluid. None of these seem to be working.
    Then, I see a massive wave coming up on the right. Higher than the island. It envelops (and probably destroys) the entire island. It is then coming for me.
    It hits me and I immediately find myself deep underwater unsure of what direction is up or how deep I am. I can't see. It's just nothing.
    But I still have my lucidity. I think maybe I can manifest a new dream. I try to picture being on another island somewhere. I start to see some palm trees and grass, as well as a calm, sandy beach. I start breathing and begin plotting where my body should be. Just as I think I've got it, I lose the dream and wake up.
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    Updated 10-12-2014 at 03:09 PM by 53527

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    1. DawnEye11's Avatar
      Oooo Star Trek~ Its too bad that afro dude started sneezing blood though. XD I also noticed you get a lot more moments where your lucid than me. That's awesome but now I'm jealous. Haha But it was cool how you used the water bending move to get out of the water.
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    2. JadeGreen's Avatar
      I also noticed you get a lot more moments where your lucid than me. That's awesome but now I'm jealous.
      I've kind of been 'snowballing' with my MILD techniques these past couple of weeks. (You may notice that most of my lucid dreams, I just become lucid without an RC. This is because MILD has always been the powerhouse technique for me.) The more I become lucid, the more I can convince myself that my autosuggestion is actually helping, and the more motivated I am to practice. That leads me to becoming lucid even more. I really hope to stay on this road for as long as possible.

      I might also grind and complain that really, I haven't been having the most satisfying lucid dreams. But becoming lucid multiple times a week, especially considering I'm working in college, how can I complain?!

      Haha But it was cool how you used the water bending move to get out of the water.
      At least I tried to... .
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