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    The Door

    by , 04-29-2020 at 05:30 PM (241 Views)
    #536 Random DILD in the first 30 to 45mins of laying down for the night.

    I have a false awakening and start to go outside. It is extremely windy and the storm door slams back on me. It sort of doubles and starts to fall apart. I say I am a software developer. I don't have time for this (Uh what that's not true) I step back and close the main door but I can't because that door is now coming off the hinges. I see the screws and everything fall out. I'm like what the hell? Then it dawns on me this HAS to be a dream. I am quite relieved. I say oh thank the good lord (weird I am atheist).

    I turn away from the door mess but realize my hands are down the front of my hands and stuck to the waist band. I struggle to pull them out but can't. I am now aware that the TV is on. Someone is making a horribly creepy whining/moaning sound. reeeereeereeee. I hate is. This is some Stephen King shit. I say Oh shut up. SHUT UP STUPID TV!. It won't stop. Now I realize I am letting the dream get me emotional. I relax myself and begin the metal process of just letting it all go and imagine none these problems are happening. I guess I relax too much because I quickly wake up. I lay still for a moment hoping DEILD but I am too awake for that.
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    Updated 04-29-2020 at 05:31 PM by 5967 (Forgot the number)

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    1. michael79's Avatar
      I say oh thank the good lord (weird I am atheist).
      Personality can change during a dream.

      Someone is making a horribly creepy whining/moaning sound. reeeereeereeee. I hate is. This is some Stephen King shit. I say Oh shut up. SHUT UP STUPID TV
      Now this is one good example of a lucid nightmare
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    2. Komisoft's Avatar
      Creepy, I'm kind of jealous. I would like to experience a lucid nightmare of any degree but almost always people just vanish entirely, leaving me alone to do whatever my brain lets me do
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    3. michael79's Avatar
      Creepy, I'm kind of jealous. I would like to experience a lucid nightmare of any degree but almost always people just vanish entirely, leaving me alone to do whatever my brain lets me do
      You must consider yourself lucky, but if you still want to experience a nightmare, just explore around expecting something scary can happen just around the corner.
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    4. Komisoft's Avatar
      You must consider yourself lucky, but if you still want to experience a nightmare, just explore around expecting something scary can happen just around the corner.
      Actually, I develop video games that are heavily inspired by nightmares, one project going really deep into the concept of dreams and stuff like that. Having first hand experience of this kind of thing would be massively beneficial

      Also a huge fan of Yume Nikki, really wish my nightmares were like that
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    5. michael79's Avatar
      If you are already into lucid dreams, then just expect that after the next door there will be a nightmarish maze of horror. I explored a lot of these, room after room, a endless maze, it was very psychological. Remember everything is about expectation.
    6. Xanous's Avatar
      Whoa I'm sorry I'm so late to reply. Yes lucid nightmares are quite interesting. I have had several. They can really get to you or you can remember that none of it is real and just look at with curiosity. Of course you can try to change it like I was attempting in this dream. I think mostly it was just annoying in this one. I have never actually sought one out; interesting idea.