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Brain Games-Lucid dreaming,OBEs & hallucinations
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20-04-2017, 08:26 PM
RE: Brain Games-Lucid dreaming,OBEs & hallucinations
(20-04-2017 06:40 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Bitch got balls.

When she was in kindergarden, she gave the teacher a hard time because the boys could play with the girls' toys but not visa versa.
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20-04-2017, 08:40 PM
RE: Brain Games-Lucid dreaming,OBEs & hallucinations
No, I normally don't have a problem with "killing" people in a dream, as I'm aware, at one level or another, that it's a dream.

Those couple of killing dreams were different though (though I can't explain why or how) . And I only felt guilty *in* the dream - because I had killed someone I had no right (or reason) to kill. I felt the greatest relief imaginable when I woke up. It was also in a place where I usually felt very peaceful (though later - or possibly around the same time - I had some psychologically and emotionally unpleasant, possibly somewhat damaging experiences. I guess the two things might be connected)

Hehe, I'm rarely as violent in my dreams, even if it's just cartoon violence Wink

I remember being kinda amazed, though, because often when I'm trying to run in my dream, but can't (we've all had those), I would turn around and start running backwards and all of a sudden, I have no problem moving. And then I read a book, where the character did the exact same thing (not in a dream, for real, but it's a fantasy-ish kinda children's book)! Must a recurring motif, possibly? Consider

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20-04-2017, 08:45 PM
RE: Brain Games-Lucid dreaming,OBEs & hallucinations
(20-04-2017 08:40 PM)Vera Wrote:  I remember being kinda amazed, though, because often when I'm trying to run in my dream, but can't (we've all had those), I would turn around and start running backwards and all of a sudden, I have no problem moving. And then I read a book, where the character did the exact same thing (not in a dream, for real, but it's a fantasy-ish kinda children's book)! Must a recurring motif, possibly? Consider

Sometimes the dream body is not completely resolved, but if you wait a few moments you can move properly again. I would guess that is a more likely explanation than anything inherent to running backwards, unless it was some unique suggestion factor for you personally. We all have our illogical quirks in dreams.

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20-04-2017, 08:48 PM
RE: Brain Games-Lucid dreaming,OBEs & hallucinations
oh, it's not illogicality (hehe, is this even a word?) of the running backwards that surprised me (dreams don't necessarily make sense), but the fact that I read basically the same thing in a book. Unless I only started having those dreams after I read the book, of course Rolleyes

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