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      Too much action for just one person. Just another Boeing dream..

      Date 12/20/2018
      Time log starting time: 1 Am
      The supplements that you took before bed: Never.
      Dream total recall: 1
      Total Lucid recall: 0
      Non-Lucid: I had a dream that I was in one of those computers Cafe to check my email after apparently my computer was fried in a monster attack, in one of my last dreams. I went to an email account and my password was rejected. I tried again, and again, it didn't work. The second was the same. All twenty passwords rejection were nearly the same. I slammed my fist on the table in frustration, spilling some of my coffee onto the floor. I recall putting my elbows on the table and cradled my head in my hands, stifling a frustrated sob. Then glancing down at the floor through my interlocked fingers, I saw that some coffee had landed on my brand-new sneakers. With a groan, I grabbed a couple napkins and ducked under the table to wipe the coffee off my shoes just as the bell rang from the entrance of the place.
      While I was under the table, I heard the waitress scream. I looked up and saw a 16 woman with blond hair tied back in a ponytail sitting on the other side of the cafe. I could see the fear in her eyes and in the slight tremor in her hands, which she held above her head. She was looking at the counter. Wondering what was happening, I turned in that direction, following her gaze. What I saw made my blood run cold.
      This was when I saw a man standing at the counter wearing a black ski mask, dark clothing, and leather gloves. He held a handgun, and it was pointed at the waitress's forehead.
      I suddenly can feel myself tensing up under the table. My breathing became shallow and I closed my eyes, trying to force my breathing to come back under control.
      What the hell's going on!? I was a little panicky at first.
      What do I do? He's going to kill her, and there's nothing I can do about it!" I thought to myself. I looked back at the counter and saw the gunman gesturing for the waitress to open the gate and step out from behind the counter. She didn't move. "Do it now!" the gunman yelled, waving the gun in her face.
      I watched in horror as she flinched back, tears running down her cheeks from her wide-open green eyes. Hesitantly, she unlatched the gate, lifted it up, and stepped through. "Please, don't kill me," she pleaded, hands held together in supplication. "Oh, no," the gunman sneered, sticking the gun to her forehead roughly. "We have something much more special planned for you! Now, walk."
      "No—please! Why—why are you doing this to me?" she cried, suddenly unable to move, feet planted where she stood. "Move!" The gunman growled roughly, grabbing her shoulder and throwing her toward the door. She stumbled once and started shuffling hesitantly toward the door. "Please don't do this!" she begged, turning her head to look back at the gunman. "I want my daddy!" "Shut up," the gunman ordered, slapping her violently across the cheek. Her head spun back around as tears welled up. The gunman pushed the gun to the back of her head again and pushed her toward the door.
      This was when slowly, quietly, I slid out of my booth. I started walking toward the café door. Before I'd crossed half the distance, the gunman noticed me, turned the gun on me, and said, "Not another step or I'll kill you."
      I stared into the man's cold, hard eyes without flinching. I put my hands up in a placating gesture, and said, "Hey, there's no need for this to get messy." Calmly, I took a couple more steps toward the gunman. The gunman grabbed the girl's shoulder roughly with his left hand, pulled her over to interpose her between him and me, and jammed the gun barrel into the side of her head, drawing another sob of fear and pain from the girl. "I'm not warning you again," he threatened.
      "Okay, just relax. See, I'm not coming any closer," I said, gesturing in a calming manner. "Let's see if we can talk this out—you and me." I lowered my hands down to my waist, and the gunman sneered, still pointing his gun at my chest. The gunman stared at me for a long moment. Probably thinking that is this woman is so stupid thinking that she can take on a guy with a gun.
      Finally, he took his eyes off of me for a moment and pushed the other girl toward the door again. Suddenly, the moment I saw the man's distraction, I reached out and grabbed a salt shaker off the table to my right. In a single motion, I twisted the cap off with my thumb and forefinger. I saw the gunman start to turn his gun on me, and threw the contents of the salt shaker into the air in the gunman's direction.
      Then I lunged forward just as I heard the gun go off. I felt a sudden pressure against my left arm and simultaneously heard the man shout of surprise and pain as the cloud of salt caught him right in the eyes. I caught the man by surprise with I lunge, punched him in the side with my right fist, which was still clasped on him, and threw the contents of the salt shaker into the air in the gunman's direction.
      I caught the man by surprise with my lunge, punched the guy in the side with my right fist, which was still clasped around the salt shaker, and felt the momentum carry the man to the floor. I finally let go of the salt shaker as I landed on the man's chest and quickly pushed myself up into a kneeling position, one knee on the floor and the other on the man's chest. With my left hand, I pulled the gun out of the man's stunned hand and smoothly transferred it to my right hand. Kneeling over the gunman's prone form, my finger found the trigger and I shoved the gun up under the man's chin. Forcing I hands to stop shaking, I glared into the man's face and ordered him, "Don't move."
      The waitress, who'd been knocked to the floor when I hit the man, pushed herself to her feet and stared down at us, her hands over her mouth in shock. I barely heard a pair of police officers running into the café at that moment. One officer slowly pulled the gun out of my grip and helped me to my feet. The other officer forced the gunman to roll over onto his chest and roughly slapped handcuffs on his wrists. Satisfied, he looked up at his partner, who moved over to help him pull the prisoner up to his feet. I looked around the café and saw the other patron having an animated conversation on her cell phone. In my peripheral vision, I dimly caught the waitress standing next to me and trying to talk to me, pointing at my left arm. Finally, I felt something wet running down my arm and dripping onto the tile floor. I looked down to see a bullet hole in my left, and blood pouring out and a red stream running down my arm. I recalled that I felt the adrenaline rush fade away, replaced by the hot, searing pain in my arm. I looked away and pointed and mumbled something as I fell backward into a chair that appeared out of nowhere. I barely registered the paramedic who ran up and knelt in front of me. Then I woke up.
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      Lol you described the dream in so many details :O, are you writing a book?

      You must learn to summon things from the real world, even when non-lucid. In last year I started to summon weapons and tech, even super powers, so I have no more nightmares. They are still scary, but instead of running, I turn them in bloody massacre

      If I was you I was just gonna summon the nano-suit or transform myself in the Predator and squash his head in two

      The last time I transform as the Predator, the hitman was screaming like a girl, before I chop his legs and arms
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      Haha! What's wrong? Don't you like many details in a dream?
      Who said that I haven't learned to summon things? Not all dreams have to be Easy peasy. Lucid or non-lucid,
      some dreams, I like to strategize to thru a situation even if it could mean the end of my dream life or pain in a dream.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ic161 View Post
      Haha! What's wrong? Don't you like many details in a dream?
      Who said that I haven't learned to summon things? Not all dreams have to be Easy peasy. Lucid or non-lucid,
      some dreams, I like to strategize to thru a situation even if it could mean the end of my dream life or pain in a dream.
      Oh not at all, I was just amazed by sheer number of details. I agree with you, so I just dont end the dream or turn everybody in puffy animals. Last night I die at least 50+ times, it was a lot of fun. I was beated, shoted, cutted, poisened, blow to pieces, a building fall on me so I was crushed, bleed to death and many funny ways to die. But I slaughter 10 times that number

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ic161 View Post
      Not all dreams have to be Easy peasy. Lucid or non-lucid,
      some dreams, I like to strategize to thru a situation even if it could mean the end of my dream life or pain in a dream.
      You must first define what is "easy peasy". Last week I have a lucid dream where I was attacked by the army(more like black ops), there were at least a thousand with tanks, 50mm humvee, appache and even a jet fighter. In response to that I used super strenght, flying, fast teleportation - emulating super speed and creating shockwaves with RAGE. Lol the special effects were out of this world, they throw everything on me: bullets, granades, missles, bombs. Even with these super powers I was heavily suppressed. I was hit by bomb from the jet sending me flying trhough a building hitting another building, which collapsed. I can say the matrix can eat my xxxx. In some very intense dream battles I tend to lose my mind and become a vicious monster drived by the sheer impulse alone In the end I kill everybody and flattening the whole map in the process by making a suicidal move - super sonic RAGE(I fly above atmosphere and using super sonic speed with RAGE, dropping myself like a meteorite), creating an explosion equivalent to a nuclear bomb. So it wasn't easy peasy. Frankly I can not wait for someone to invent a shared dreaming battles XD I'm going to eat their brains.
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      I didn't grammar check this dream entry it came straight from the DJ and the heart. You haven't seen my DJ, one of my dreams, entries are I think a bit longer. But this is a non-lucid. What would you do in a hostage situation, you had next to nothing, no superpowers to deal with a hostage situation? BTW, I've never seen Matrix before. Sure, I could have just as easily gone invisible or make them disappear with a snap of my finger. Hell, one time in a dream, I fought a bank robber completely blind and won. I've had dreams like that you described but, I was a little lazy. I can still feel that bullet in my arm, Though.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ic161 View Post
      I didn't grammar check this dream entry it came straight from the DJ and the heart. You haven't seen my DJ, one of my dreams, entries are I think a bit longer. But this is a non-lucid. What would you do in a hostage situation, you had next to nothing, no superpowers to deal with a hostage situation? BTW, I've never seen Matrix before. Sure, I could have just as easily gone invisible or make them disappear with a snap of my finger. Hell, one time in a dream, I fought a bank robber completely blind and won. I've had dreams like that you described but, I was a little lazy. I can still feel that bullet in my arm, Though.
      Lol I really don't care about grammar checking, we are not in a literature class. Lol of course sherlok, you DJ is locked to everyone^^. I must say that I never put down on paper normal dreams, some of them are super long and if I put them in such details I will need at least 30 pages ^^'. I only try to write the lucid ones and with minimal detail possible, because the last dream I put on paper took me good 20 pages.O_O So I just keep them in my mind(creating bookmarks). Lol and last night had a "100 FA Loop", if need to describe every FA, I will go crazy and kill myself XD.

      Frankly I had never been in hostage situation before. I'm always the cop that enter to save everyone in such dry situations. 99% of my dreams are intense super action based(sci fi, psychological triller, horror(with intense gore)), 50% of these are like AAA movie. I know that we are capable of a lot of stuff in lucid situation, but non-lucid are other story. In these you just follow the dream scenario and hope for the best outcome, but recently even in non-lucid dreams I can break the scenario(summon DCs, manifest super powers, create weapons from nothing, shapeshifting).
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      Thanks for sharing. I'm used to writing dreams that are long but, I just not sure if some of them make sense. Can't say that I'm a novelist because I would doubt that a publisher would even look at my work. They would probably just the door in my face. You know that I'm hardly a Tom Clancy or a Michael Crichton. However, I try to grammar check as much as I can, or else my look would look like this: "!gnola evom ,rof gnikool er'uoy remaerd eht ton m'I"
      Back to the topic for the sake of moving on: I think, in my opinion, the more details you write down the more you will remember. Or at least that is how I see it. But, does it even make sense? I hope to at least that I paint a picture of what happened and how felt in the dream? Feeling faint is all too real. What does getting shot really feel like? Anyone else is welcome to share their thoughts.
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