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Waking yourself up!

Discussion in 'Midnight Owl' started by Jenny, Aug 28, 2006.

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  1. Jenny

    Jenny Staff Alumni

    So last night i was having a nightmare.. i was on a murder charge or something.. i can't remember now, but i remember panicking a lot..

    .. then i remember saying to myself in my dream "This is just a dream, wake up now" AND I DID!!!!

    It was really strange, i felt really anxious when i woke up but i calmed down by telling myself it was just a dream and went back to sleep..

    I wonder if this was just a one off or whether i could do it again? Has anyone else managed to do this??

    :grouphug:
     
  2. BlackPegasus

    BlackPegasus Well-Known Member

    I've done that quite a few times myself. I have sometimes even changed a dream I didn't like.

    Mia
     
  3. Alf Stewart

    Alf Stewart Guest

    Sounds like lucid dreaming, where you know that you are dreaming and can control the outcome.

    The degree of lucidity varies. When I was taking anti-depressants I found that my ability to have lucid dreams was greatly increased.

    The first time I had one was after broke my wrist in sports. It was almost as if my body went into a type of shock. Strangely, the dream was the best feeling I'd ever had at the time - the abitity to do ANYTHING you want - and everything felt SO real.

    It's difficult to explain what it's like to someone who's never had one, but those who have experienced it will know what I mean. I'm not really religious at all, but it does feel like a spiritual experience.
     
  4. claycad

    claycad Well-Known Member

    I use to have these all the time, not much lately. Mine weren't nightmares, they were mostly very cool. You can do anything without consequence. I have also had experieces of my mind being awake, but not my body. I would be conscience but couldn't move my body or open my eyes no matter how bad I wanted too, very weird and scary.
     
  5. SowrongSowrong

    SowrongSowrong Active Member

    I know what you are talking about. I have woken myself up some times, telling myself in the dream that i have to woke up. It's a little weird that you still are so afraid whenyou woke up, cause you know it is a dream and just pure fantasy, but the shock get's so big that it's not leaving the body. And surely it has sonething to do with the night
     
  6. ~CazzaAngel~

    ~CazzaAngel~ Staff Alumni

    I wish I could, I have been having ight terrors and waking up around 4-6AM and it's usaully me as a child being sexually assaulted and other things by my step father. :cry:
     
  7. //x/forgottonemo/x//

    //x/forgottonemo/x// Well-Known Member

    i have loads, not recently though, earlier this year whenever i would have scary dreams of like running from a murderer or whatever id always lie down on the floor in my dream close my eyes and say ' come on chloe, its just a dream, just wake up and it'll be over' then i do wake up , its damn lucky cos i always just avoid being killed or having something bad happen to me in my dream.:huh: it was wierd it feels so real in the dream too :huh:
     
  8. StarFish

    StarFish Guest

    I have always had lots of nightmares. Sometimes I know I'm dreaming and sometimes I don't. Sometimes when the nightmare is really bad I cry out: 'Jesus help me' and every single time I wake up. There are times I can't speak in my dreams so I just say it in my head.
     
  9. Marshmallow

    Marshmallow Staff Alumni

    I can manipulate dreams :blink: make them go the way i want to :bleh: lol

    Ermmm my dreams see to be pretty real sometimes, iv ended up punching the wall a few times :angel: (don't ask what i was dreaming lol) and as you'd imagine i woke up from the pain in my had :eek:hmy: lol

    Ermmmm i seem to talk in my sleep alot :unsure: and have woke myself up swearing :eek:hmy:

    The other night i started talking to my 'mum' when i was half asleep because i thought i heard her say something to me in my room :eek:hmy: looked up and no one was there :eek:hmy: silly me :shy:

    But yeah punching walls anit recommended :wink:
     
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