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      My last lucid dream

      I remember quite a bit of my last one.. I used to have reoccurring dreams of zombies for about a year straight. The last one I had was about a few months ago, which ended up becoming lucid.

      I walked into a huge building. It was semi-dark, with windows everywhere. There were long curtains draped over each individual window with no light showing through them, so I assume it was dark outside at the time. All of a sudden one of the curtains moved, and at that point I had an idea of what was behind the curtain. As soon as I thought of zombies (my biggest fear), of course zombies started appearing out of the curtains. It was like it was a non-lucid dream in the very start of it, but then once the curtain moved, I immediately thought of zombies appearing from behind them and my thoughts starting becoming a reality. That's when I am assuming it started becoming lucid. It felt so real so my first instinct was to run. I ran into this empty room which had one window at the other side; no curtain over it, no darkness..Instead, there was light shining through and I saw that I was stories high, and saw the buildings outside of the window. This entire time I knew it was dream, but didn't really think of anything of it because I was too busy running from the zombies. But once I came into this empty room, I stopped and actually had the chance to think. I wanted to wake up, regardless of being able to control the dream. The only thing that was on my mind at this point was fear. I had to jump out of the window and kill myself so I wake up..At that point, I ran up to the window without even opening it first, jumped, and crashed right through the glass and started falling. At that point I felt myself starting to wake up. Before I hit the ground, I felt all of my fear disappearing, and I woke up in my bed.

      It was the weirdest lucid dream that I have ever had. I thought I would share and maybe get some opinions on it. Because I'm sure I'm not the only one.

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      Nightmares like this are common. You're running from or being chased by something scary and if you're lucid, you might try to wake yourself up. As you gain experience with lucid dreaming, you'll find that these dreams aren't as scary and that you'll attempt to control the dream rather than wake yourself up if you're lucidity is high enough.

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      Wow that has never happened to me, in my lucids I tend to be alone all the time

      It's kind of weird how the feeling of fear seems to be stronger in dreams, or maybe its just me.
      I like destruction and reality, and one invariably leads to the other.

      'Dreams are real while they last. Can we say more of life?'
      'We die to remember what we live to forget'

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      Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
      Nightmares like this are common. You're running from or being chased by something scary and if you're lucid, you might try to wake yourself up. As you gain experience with lucid dreaming, you'll find that these dreams aren't as scary and that you'll attempt to control the dream rather than wake yourself up if you're lucidity is high enough.
      I'm hoping I will get there soon enough. I'll practice more and next time I come into a situation like that while I'm lucid, I will try to control my dream as well as my fear, rather then trying to wake myself up.
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      Quote Originally Posted by GigaByte777 View Post
      Wow that has never happened to me, in my lucids I tend to be alone all the time

      It's kind of weird how the feeling of fear seems to be stronger in dreams, or maybe its just me.
      I'm never alone in my lucid's I can't stand being alone anyways so there always has to be someone in the dream with me. Usually its someone I know personally. That dream I had was just out of the ordinary.

      I agree with you though! It does seem to be A LOT stronger in dreams.

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