• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




    Results 1 to 4 of 4
    1. #1
      Lurker
      Join Date
      Jul 2007
      Posts
      2
      Likes
      0

      lucid dream turning on me

      hello, i've always been able to control my dreams from the early ages of 7-8. Alot of people i have told have been jelous of this (and so they should be :p) but it all really started because I was suffering from horrific nightmares and usually crying myself to sleep. So I suppose there was no other way but train myself to control my dreams, and from the ages of 7-8 to current day (22) my nightmares have been once in a blue moon, and if I know I am entering a nightmare I usually pull myself out of it.

      However the other night I was having a lucid dream which typically involves me wondering around country fields with a lovely young lass by my side when all of a sudden the blue sky turns to a dark orange and i'm in a middle of a city much like manchester (England), it seems to be a new world war everything is on fire and there are soldiers and tanks everywhere. Within a matter of seconds a soldier comes up to me and shoots me in the neck, killing me. Now usually I would have woken myself up way before any of this happens, but I am not able, and everything is dark for what seems 5-10 seconds. I wake up not being able to breath.

      The next day the same thing happens during a lucid dream, this time I enter the same city and its the same scene except this time an atomic bomb blows up and its all white for a few seconds.

      My mind hasn't been able to get over the dreams because they were caused while I was having lucid dreams, and from being able to control it, to been taken over so quickly is horrible.

      Anyway just thought I had to share it with everyone, hopefully it will make me feel abit better.

      Has anyone else had simular stories?

    2. #2
      !DIREKTOR! Adam's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jan 2007
      Gender
      Location
      Aquanina's closet
      Posts
      5,192
      Likes
      30
      I have had dreams about war and the end of the world. This for me, like you, was the catalyst for my lucid dreams.

      I have alwayss been able to wake from the dreams when needed - a good method is to shut your eyes in the dream. Normally works for me

    3. #3
      No Fate Lunalight's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 2006
      Gender
      Location
      Florida
      Posts
      644
      Likes
      6
      Well a lucid dream suddenly turning into a nightmare is not uncommon. For me it's usually preceded by the thought, "Hey, this is going so well, I hope [insert terrible scenario here] doesn't happen." And then it does. To wake up I shut my eyes and open them really quickly with force. Or you could just fight off teh tanks or zombies or psychos or sharks or whatever. I usually prefer the latter.
      <img src=http://i122.photobucket.com/albums/o242/Yukimor/banner-1.png border=0 alt= />

      Lucid Tasks: 14

    4. #4
      Lurker
      Join Date
      Jul 2007
      Posts
      2
      Likes
      0
      Quote Originally Posted by Lunalight View Post
      Well a lucid dream suddenly turning into a nightmare is not uncommon. For me it's usually preceded by the thought, "Hey, this is going so well, I hope [insert terrible scenario here] doesn't happen." And then it does.
      arh yes that would make sence. So its not uncommon? well thats good

      Quote Originally Posted by Lunalight View Post
      Or you could just fight off teh tanks or zombies or psychos or sharks or whatever.
      well usually I would, but this just completely overpowered me and first reaction is just to try and wake up.

      About the closing the eyes and re-opening them. Thats a good one, I have never tried that. I usually just tell my brain to open my eyes. :p

    Bookmarks

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •