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First Nightmare I've Had in a While

3 years 11 months ago #1 by ziablo

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    In this dream, I was in my old bed in my old home I moved out of over a year ago. It was night time, and I remember laying there and listening to the neighborhood children screaming . The screams were angry/frustrated, opposed to scared. I tried going to sleep in my dream, but when I closed my eyes all I could see were intense, colorful, geometrical patterns. It made me feel dizzy. Afterwards, I opened my eyes in the dream and looked at the window in front of me. The curtain was slightly cracked open. I saw a light flashing through my window, and I knew I was being watched. I ran outside, it was around 5 am (sun hadnt risen yet). I found a person I knew standing at my window, and I was furious at them. I ended up screaming at them, I was furious, and that's when I "woke up". Or snapped out of the state of dreaming. For more context, I was between being asleep and being concious. I was dreaming, without the satisfaction of my body being at rest at all. It took me a while to realize I was dreaming, but I never took control of anything. I woke up at 3:33/3:34am,  (second night in a row that I've woken up at this time)

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    3 years 10 months ago #2 by S3th
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  • Replied by S3th on topic First Nightmare I've Had in a While
    You are describing the hypnogogic/hypnapompic states of consciousness.  Anything is possible then.  Astral launch pad!

    During one of my astral adventures I passed a mirror and in the reflection was a second me moving right behind me.  

    So in a sense, someone is always watching over you.  This is nothing to fear.  

    Fear is holding you back from a larger, more insightful world that we cannot escape. 

    I suggest you read journeys out of body by Robert Monroe.  Helped me immensely!

    Dream on, or slip into your spirit body and journey on!

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