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Red Eye Man In Lucid Dreams

 

Over the years many unexplained things have occoured that have left me confused and in search of answers. I don't even know where to begin to give you an insight into everything that I have seen/heard/ felt/predicted/dreamt I'll probably need multiple posts however if you could give me an insight into what is happening with this specific dream I'd greatly appreciate it.

Firstly many of my experiences come through my dreams the most recent dream, or should I say a person in my dream that leaves me confused is this man with red eyes who constantly plagues my dreams.

Often it's during some form of lucid dream where I'm fighting for my life covered in blood and in so much emotional and physical pain. The man will just appear smirking or other times he will just stare and watch me which is particularly unnerving. It feels like he controls the dream can make everything that is happening freeze, disappear, change etc...

Once I thought I was kissing my partner then when I looked up my partners eyes turned red and the face changed into the mans as he laughed.

I remember the first dream I had of this man it felt more like an astral dream as for me they are when everything looks the same but there is a grey-greenish tinge to things and I feel more light. I was standing in my kitchen in the dark and there was a loud ringing then an intense pain started in the middle of my forehead, all of a sudden there was a loud ring like a bell which forced me to close my eyes and grab my head.

I just had a sense that something terrible was in front of me which was willing me to open my eyes but I knew that deep down for some reason I shouldn't so I kept them close. The bell sounded three times and after the third all the pain and ringing stopped and I felt the terrifying feeling leave my body. However when I opened my eyes there was this man with red eyes laying on my couch so causually. I remember I didn't feel scared but more anxious.

I first asked who he was but I can't remember the answer. I then asked what did he want from me and he said to be his friend, I said if he wanted to be my friend why would he scare me which he then smirked and said it was in his nature. I then asked why me which he returned saying I'm the only one who can enter his dreams to which I woke up with my forehead burning.

I often think maybe I've conjured this character to in my mind but every time this man comes into my dreams something just feels off and I can't explain it.

I'm not a very religious person and follow no real beliefs but reading through other people's posts has made me wonder could this be a demon toying with me?

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Magickyg413 (7 stories) (95 posts)
 
2 months ago (2017-07-15)
Hello there Dreamer-29,
I can explain to you everything in private using this email.
I believe he came from the world of darkness, not to steal your energy but to take attraction.
The ringing and the throbbings in your head are an indication of a bell in order to hear and see things clearer. Sooner or later you will adjust to it and you will be at the dimension where he is at.
It is sign that you have to do something for him.
Contact me at universeteachings [at] gmail.com for more inisght
I can teach anyone anything.
Greggb (4 stories) (19 posts)
 
2 months ago (2017-07-14)
Dreamer-29,

You've probably heard it said that we're often our own worst enemies. I believe the experience you've described here illustrates this maxim.

There are parts in all of us that seem to serve no good purpose. Parts of us want to see us fail, and lack, and sabotage good things we have. This is exemplified in your typical story of a hero, on a quest. The hero must overcome some inner struggle; exorcise some inner demon preventing them from achieving their aim.

The red-eyed man is your inner demon. Your psyche, it seems to me, has created a tangible symbol for this part of you, to help you recognize it and ultimately deal with it. In many ways I believe you're lucky, because most people never become aware of their demons, and are thus always subject to their powers.

My interpretation of your experience is that, once again, it's your mind's way of drawing attention to something that needs to be dealt with.

This is actually something Carl Jung talks about from time to time. In "The Red Book" Jung describes his experience confronting, taming, and integrating his inner demons, though he went to great trouble to conjure his demons, so that he might deal with them. Yours has already been conjured, it seems, so now you just need to deal with it.

I should add that it's not as simple as merely "defeating" the demon, or exorcising it. It's a matter of really coming to know yourself. Book after book has been written on this topic. Ancient philosophers were talking about it, and more modern philosophers and psychologists talk about it as well. Today's psychology doesn't get into it much, and I think it's very unfortunate that it doesn't.

My suggestion for you is to begin the process of discovering yourself, and coming to truly know yourself. Through this process you'll come to know what your demons are, in reality, and you'll understand how you can deal with them.

The best way to do this is through reading, or listening, or watching. I suggest googling "jung shadow self", and looking for literature or videos, and seeing if it rings any bells for you. Jung isn't everyone's cup of tea. I honestly wasn't ready for Jung until about a year ago (when I was 39).

Jung may not speak to you now, or ever, and it's fine if that's the case. But, in order to progress in mental and psychological development, you need to be learning, and the best way of learning is by reading/watching/listening.

I hope that helps.

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