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    A Plane Going Down

    by , 01-14-2013 at 08:28 AM (942 Views)
    A Plane Going Down

    I was on a yellow air plane. It had gaping holes as though large doors and windows were missing. It was as though we were in a huge, plastic, childs toy plane that was really flying.

    There were a couple other people in the plane. The pilot was flying low, and going lower. The terrain was mountainous and jagged. The pilot was now flying along the inside face of one of the mountains. Then the pilot said, "I'm going to get out" or something like that.

    A passenger objected, then the pilot explained how everyone would be fine. "All you have to do is go like this" and he flew close to a ledge and skid on his but along a smooth, flat ridge.

    I ended up getting out in a similar fashion, but I was just all of a sudden outside. Then I was busy trying to keep wild dogs away. (I saw several dogs IWL yesterday) I somehow obtained a chain with something on the end which I used to protect myself from the dogs.

    Then I saw a woman that had another chain weapon thing, and I wanted it. The woman was an extremely attractive cinnamon girl with dark hair up in a bun. She was wearing a white bath robe. I walked up to her and held her in my arms and said what she was thinking, "When will this stop happening?"

    Then there was a dog in front of me. I took the chain with the weight on the end and swung it. It wrapped around the dogs mouth.

    Then there was a scene with my son , my keys, and I was trying to get the keys or show him where they were for him to pick them up. There was a dog there and we needed the keys. I tried to get the keys with my chain thing. Then I woke up.
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    1. CanisLucidus's Avatar
      Wow, the feel of that opening scene reminds me a lot of the most recent lucid that I had! I'm grateful that in mine I didn't have to escape the plane the way you did and slide down a mountain ridge on my unprotected butt! LOL.

      Then again, that might be kinda fun. If you'd have thrown some skis on, you'd nearly have Advanced Task of the Month.
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    2. The Sandman's Avatar
      Canis,

      I don't even know what any of the tasks are. My dreams are exciting compared to life, but boring in the realm of dreams. I'd rather have one of yours.

      Wouldn't THAT be cool!?
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    3. CanisLucidus's Avatar
      Well I thought this one was very cool, especially judged against many of my own non-lucids. I only use my DV journal for lucid dreams, so that tends to really bias it in favor of having a lot of my most interesting dream content.

      Leaving out non-lucids has spared everyone all the dreams where I'm working, having some sort of meeting, cleaning something, or performing some other insanely tedious task. I have some good non-lucids, too, but it's way more hit and miss for me than for others it seems. Some of the journals I read on here kinda blow my mind.

      You may want to give the Task of the Month stuff a try! (The one I referred to me in my earlier comment is about doing an extreme winter sport.) I find them to be pretty amazing motivation, although I failed utterly the first couple of months I tried to do them. Seems to help focus me a bit and there's something so... collaborative about trying to do things a bunch of other LDers are also trying.
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    4. The Sandman's Avatar
      I hear you about sparing people boring dreams. I typically log my boring dreams because there will be some detail that meant something to me, and then I don't want to leave out the rest.

      I also find dreams in general awesome, free story. I love the disconnect between thoughts, so I just log all my dreams. I don't really want to forget any of them.
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    5. CanisLucidus's Avatar
      I think you're absolutely right about logging all dreams at least somewhere. I just do my non-lucids in a big Google doc where I have no fear of boring anyone but myself when I write out beauties like "Long Meeting Dream #3 -- Discussing Unit Test Failures".

      Yours always seem interesting, though. I mean, just look at the first line of your tag cloud! I rest my case. LOL.

      Dreams are indeed awesome. Couldn't agree more. I'm not sure how I went most of my life pretty much ignoring them.
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