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Horror Movie Dreams

I’ve been getting some bomb ass sleep lately, which is great, but with those deep sleeps come some pretty wild dreams. I’ve been having scary dreams recently. I wouldn’t call them nightmares cause it’s not like I wake up terrified, but just where my dreams take on a real dark side.

I had one recently where I was going to a prescreening of a new horror film coming out and Β it claimed to be ‘too scary for theaters’ or something along those lines. So I go to see this movie and within 15 minutes of it starting, it had people half way out of their seats in terror. Whatever was shown on the screen literally frightened every single person and we all began screaming and running out of the theater, myself included.

Over the next few days, strange things started happening to me and the people around me started to change. They began acting extremely ‘dark’ and I guess kind of evil. And somehow, whatever scary thing that was shown in that theater became a part of my life and I was being followed or haunted by this thing. People became shapeshifters and would morph into this black demonic creature thing and try to get me.

But because I lucid dream like almost every time I have a dream, I was aware that this was just a dream and I had nothing to be scared of. So in knowing that, it was my job to prove that this wasn’t happening and to show I wasn’t scared of this thing and that was the only way this demonic creature would go away and go back to wherever it came from. So that’s what I did lol

And that was basically the end of my dream. I ended up fighting it off and it never bothered me again.

I like to think this is some dream metaphor trying to tell me that there will always be problems or situations or obstacles that will happen, and they might scare me and try to break me, but it’s my job to push back and to not be afraid. And in doing so, I will succeed.

That, or I have out of body experiences while I lucid dream and my life is the movie Insidious and those are actual demons trying to take over my body while I’m sleeping and I for real fought them in dream land to get back to the real world…..

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Evil Dreams

Last night I went to sleep pretty late for me and when I did go to lie down at 2am, I shut my eyes and it was instantly like I was being pulled into a dream world that was so dark and evil. The second I closed my eyes, I was already dreaming but I had not fully fallen asleep yet, and my ‘dreams’ were evil and demonic. Like death, possessions, and demon type shit. It scared the crap out of me to be honest, but in the dream I just let things happen and play out cause there was nothing I could do about it.

When something evil was coming near me, I would get a feeling like a wave of chills that would flow over my entire body and while I was sleeping, consciously, I felt that same wave of chills go over me in real time, happening as I was dreaming it was.

For those of you who may not know what lucid dreaming is or have never dreamed lucidly themselves, you may not understand what I’m talking about, but definitely check out my post on lucid dreaming by clicking HERE; or just scroll down to my categories list on the right side column of my blog and click on the dream category to see more about my random dreams. I’m used to dreaming lucidly since it’s a natural thing that happens to me almost every time I sleep, but it’s not often that I have such dark and evil dreams like this.

So these dreams; in one of them I was in an old looking house that I’m sure I’ve never actually been in before but maybe I had seen it in a movie. I was pacing around in the living room playing a game on some little analog device and it was starting to die out so I started walking towards the kitchen to find some batteries. I walked into the kitchen and my dad was standing in there in front of the sink, with his left side of the body towards me. I had said something to him and he turned to look at me. Only it wasn’t my dad. It was a demon. All charcoal black, ugly skin that looked like wrinkly leather. It was scary as hell and it tried to attack me so I ran away into the other room. I had woken up for a split second and just moved around a little in my bed, still lying the same way with my blanket over me, and hugging my stuffed animal.

Then I drifted back into it.

And this was a completely separate dream. I was with my mom; or what was portrayed to be a mom figure to me in the dream. I was sitting on a random dirty mattress in the living room and this woman, (mom), walked over to me from the corner of the room and told me to do something. I said I didn’t want to and she just looked at me, and then tried to kill me ._. And not in a super quick and violent way. She came over slowly and calmly, with what looked like a big bed sheet and she slowly wrapped it around my face and neck and then tried to slit my throat with a big knife she pulled out of nowhere. It didn’t happen though. I got up and punched her in the face and jumped out the broken window where I met two random ass little girls at the bottom. They were probably about ten years old, and all of a sudden when I looked at myself, I was a little girl too. And we ran away into the street to escape from our danger. (Yeah idk what that last part was about, that was just weird lol)

These dreams were so quick yet dark and evil and it freaks me out that I just had them. I haven’t had dreams like that in many years; like since I was a sophomore in high school, so this is weird. They seemed to only last not even ten minutes in total, but I was gone for about 45 minutes. It was scary because I was lucid and I knew that I was sleeping and aware that these were just dreams, and that my mind was coming up with this. I knew that I could easily just wake up from it like I had just done the first time, but I didn’t try to and I don’t know why. That was some scary shit.

And when I did wake up, I woke up to look at my phone because in the last dream I heard my phone go off to a certain text tone, from a certain person. And when I woke up and looked at my phone, there was a message there from that person with that text tone. But it’s almost like that brought me back to the real world and reality. I was really freaked out and didn’t want to go back to a dream like that or have something similar be dreamed, so I had to distract myself and make sure I wasn’t scared anymore before going back to sleep.

So I turned on spotify to an All Time Low playlist, and listened to a few songs as I typed this up in a notepad app in my phone; which is where I’m getting all this remembrance from, and also why this is being written in the present tense like it had literally just happened and I’m writing about it in real time.

I was still scared after and I felt like I was being watched in my room. But that could just be my paranoia. I just have to distract myself and soon enough my mind will get around it. I ended up turning on my tv to illuminate my room so there’s light in here with me. I think I’m going to sleep with the tv on to make me feel better.

I guess I can’t say I don’t know why I just had that kind of dream because you see, dreams have a funny way of telling you things about yourself and your own life that maybe you’re oblivious to or have pushed aside. That’s part of it being run by your subconscious; because your subconscious sees all and doesn’t miss anything.

I assume these dreams are the result of what has been going on in my life and the recent events that were very upsetting to me; so upsetting that I think about it during the day and it effects me that much. Yesterday was an extremely emotional day for me because I talked about it openly and let out everything that was happening that’s been making me upset. I barely talked to any of my friends yesterday because I needed time for myself to get over things and let go of these negative vibes.

Dreams like these tend to sum up the previous day for you in some strange way and present your problems to you in the form of devils and demons; but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you are really dreaming of devils and demons. It’s just your problems being presented to you in a different way, thanks to your dream world.

And yes, if you couldn’t tell, I’m quite the dream enthusiast. I have so much insight and knowledge on this stuff because it was always something so interesting and intriguing to me growing up since I would always have a lot of crazy and wild dreams; and I always did a lot of research on the subject when I was in middle school.

But I’ll stop being a big nerd now.

Anyway, just thought I would share this random experience I had earlier this morning.

Be sure to check out my other dream posts, if you’re interested in that kind of thing(:


Lucid Dreaming

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‘In dreams, we enter a world that’s entirely our own.’ -StevenΒ Kloves

I am a master when it comes to lucid dreaming. I dream lucidly almost every night. For people who don’t know what lucid dreaming is, it’s basically when you become consciously aware that you’re dreaming. It’s when you know that everything that’s happening in your dream is all just in your mind and you’ll eventually wake up from it.

Mind awake, body asleep.

Dreaming lucidly can be a beautiful thing; but it can also be your worst nightmare. For me, it’s really a place where I can escape to freedom and be whatever or whoever I want to be or have whatever I want to happen, happen. I personally LOVE lucid dreaming. I love being aware that I’m dreaming when I’m dreaming. It’s really the coolest feeling. It’s almost like starring in my own little mind movie that only I can see.

People often think lucid dreaming and dream control are the same thing. These people are mistaken. They’re completely different. However, the more you lucid dream, you can start to feel like you have somewhat of a control over certain things in your dreams. But it’s also possible to lucid dream, be completely aware that you’re dreaming, and not have any control over what’s happening. It all depends on your mind and body. In my case, I can’t always choose whether I want to control what happens in my dreams. It just depends. I never plan to go to sleep every night and dream lucidly, it just happens for me. It’s like before the dream even starts I already know that it’s just a dream and none of it is real and weird things are gonna happen, but it’s all in my mind. It’s been that way for me ever since I was little. Lucid dreaming was always something I was just able to do.

When I lucid dream, and I’m in my dream doing whatever it is that I’m doing, sometimes I can see myself sleeping. That sounds really weird, but it’s almost like a second sight or an out of body experience. Like, I’ll be completely aware that I’m dreaming when I’m asleep, and I can see myself lying in bed, asleep. I don’t know if I’m even explaining this properly, but it’s like I’m not even there and I’m like standing in the corner of my room or over my body, and I’m just watching myself sleep when I’m… asleep …? That just sounds creepy now, I don’t even know how to explain this x) It’s like my soul is getting away from my body and it’s the weirdest experiece to be able to watch yourself sleep. But it’s also not a good thing and definitelu not something you want to do or would want to happen. Because when this happens and you are watching youself sleep, your soul basically is completely detached and separate from your body, and each body can only have one spirit. Meaning that if your spirit is out of your body, that leaves a window of opportunity for otherΒ things and other ‘spirits’ to enter your body and take it over. Think, possession. And yeah that shits not good.

But aside from LD’s, another skill I’ve been lucky enough to develop is dream recall, the ability to remember dreams. Dream recall is a big factor when it comes to lucid dreaming. They definitely work together and can really give you a full lucid experience. I almost always remember my dreams when I wake up. And while it’s still fresh in my mind, I’ll write everything down in detail in my dream notebook, where I keep records and stories of all my dreams; or if I don’t feel like doing that at the moment, I’ll type it down, including all major details the best I can, in the notepad app on my phone. If you record your dreams, it can sometimes help you to lucid dream the following night and have a continuation of the previous nights dream or even have the same dream again because you have all the details written down. The more you do this, you will start to see patterns or recognize things in your dream that will trigger your mind and make you realize that you’re in a dream.

Then, you can enter the world of lucidity.