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The two dreams you're about to read happened last night and the night before. They happened IMMEDIATELY after falling asleep and were extremely vivid. They might have been Wake Induced Lucid Dreams, but I'm not sure?
As I'm drifting off to sleep, I begin to see swirls of color. I can also hear the most amazing Dubstep I've ever heard in my entire life. At first it's very distant, but after a minute or so, it becomes loud and clear. I don't even like Dubstep, this was incredible. It completely captivates me and my body takes shape. I'm floating in a black void, listening to this magical music watching swirls of color as if I were at a lazer light show. I feel an emotion of pure euphoria as I watch the colors dance about. This continued for what felt to be about 10 minutes ... After that, I recall nothing. Not even my dream for that night
As I'm drifting off to sleep, I see a bright circle of light as if I'm staring directly at the sun. Suddenly, I'm sitting on a surfboard in the middle of the ocean. I look around and feel that same emotion of euphoria I had felt the night before. This emotion is one of pure ecstasy. My body becomes warm and my mind feels completely at ease.
Since I had just fallen asleep, I'm fully aware that I'm dreaming. The sky was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. The colors were blended in such a perfect way ... I could never explain it's beauty with words. It seemed as if it were dusk, and the sky was a color of peachish-lavender. I sat on the surfboard just appreciating the moment as I took everything in. I saw birds flying overhead and I wondered how this couldn't be real. This was the most lucid I had ever been
Recently, a friend of mine had a dream where they were in the water. When I asked him, "Did it feel like water?" he told me he couldn't remember. As I'm sitting on the surfboard, I remember this. I skim my hand across the water and it felt exactly as I expected it to. My mind began to race with thoughts and I wondered "Does it feel like water simply because I expect it to?"
I see a large wave is headed my way, and even though I've never surfed in my entire life, I paddle away from the wave just as I had seen in movies. When the wave is upon me, I stood up and began to effortlessly glide across the water on my surfboard. The wave breaks over my head and I'm in the tube, running my hand against the wall of water to my left. The emotion I felt was indiscribable. It was so powerful that it almost brings tears to my eyes just typing about it. I felt completely free as I surfed out of the tube and stared at the sky.
Since I wasn't watching where I was going, I fell. Instead of swimming or floating, I sank straight to the bottom. I was afraid because I felt as though I were really drowning! I couldn't swim and I continued to sink further and further into the darkness. All my happiness faded as pure fear and terror took hold. I began to wonder if I was really dying and woke myself
I regreted it immediately, I wish I would have kept my cool and realized all I had to do was breathe or something.
It pisses me off how it went from being one of the most beautiful experiences of my entire life to one of the worst
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I see a flying object that I'm not familiar with moving at an incredible speed. I'm under the impression that it's a UFO and the feeling of fear begins to take hold. The object flies out of visibility, but then I notice something else in the air ... A flying sailboat! It's got multiple sails and I can see a couple people standing on the deck. I'm overcome with a sense of wonder, for I had never before seen something so awesome.
As I'm watching the sailboat soar through the sky, something terrible happens and it begins to spin in violent, three-hundred and sixty degree circles. It hits the water with seemingly deadly force and I sprint to the edge of the island for a better view. I see at least 25 people swimming out to the crashed vessel to check on the people aboard.
I have NO idea where this dream came from. I'm really excited about it though because it came straight from my imagination and blew my mind. I remember being captivated by the sight of the flying sailboat
When the boat crashed and everyone swam out to check on the people, it reminded me of the time that I witnessed a car crash. In real life when I saw the crash, dozens of people pulled over to help the driver and it left an impression on me. I respected that so many people cared about someone they didn't know ... so maybe that's why so many people helped the crashed sailboat?
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I'm standing next to the ocean with a man wearing a suit and top-hat. He looks exactly like a character from the Adjustment Bureau and we're having a conversation. He informs me that I'm dreaming, yet I do not become lucid. (I would describe it as a choice though, I wanted to listen to everything he was saying instead of going on some spectacular adventure.) He tells me that Lucid Dreams can be a coping strategy for life, and that if I ever have something heavy on my mind, to go on a fly and think about it. He points out to the ocean and tells me to give it a try.
I climb onto the metal bar that seperates the pier from the ocean and leap into the air. I fly for quite some time, reflecting on my life and things that have been bothering me. I get as close as I can to water, skimming my hand across the ocean, enjoying myself while flying. I never forgot my purpose though and continued to contemplate thoughts while freely soaring through the air. I headed in the same direction for a period of time until I reached a strange looking wall. It was a boundry of some sort and I understood that I couldn't go that way anymore. I decided that it was time to head back anyway and flew to the pier so I could tell the man of my success.
When I reached the well dressed man, he's in a state of panic. He explains me that he wasn't allowed to teach me the things he did, and that his superiors were after us. He takes me by the hand, and we start running through doors. Everytime we went through a door, we would end up in a very different enviorment, just like in the movie The Adjustment Bureau.
Eventually we came to a room with no exit, and the man says "we're trapped". I open all the doors, but a brick wall is all I see. He tells me that "they caught us", and that "we're doomed". I refused to accept this and continued searching for an exit. I found the bathroom, and ripped the toilet out of the ground, exposing a large hole. I yelled "I found a way out!" in an ecstatic tone of voice, and the man came to see what I had found. I jumped in first, and rode down what felt to be a water slide.
When we reached the bottom, we were in a dark, musty sewer (similar to the one in my dream, "A Talking Shark!?"). We walked for just a few moments before I spotted a rabid looking dog in the distance. He was foaming at the mouth and had evil looking eyes. I recognized this dog though, it was my ex-girlfriends dog, Boomer (I hated that dog). I knew that he was going to attack me, so I braced myself. Suddenly, I had my legs wrapped around Boomer's body and I was choking him with all my might. After a few moments of struggle, I killed him.
I felt sad that I had killed Boomer, but understood that I didn't have much of a choice. I continued walking through the sewer with my well dressed friend until I woke.
I recently watched the Adjustment Bureau and I'm reading a book called "Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming". In the chapter I read last night, it explained how dreams can be a coping mechanism for life. I suspect that's where the man's lecture came from.
Even though I didn't feel completely lucid, it was my concious decision to fly. I understood that I was dreaming, yet I felt like the well dressed man was in charge. I was following his instructions as if he were my teacher