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Woke Up But Couldn't Move. Part1


when I was 26 I will never forget the amazing experience when I was in a middle of a dream I was driving my car when all of sudden it turned into a bicycle that's when my mind was like wait a minute how? Then I heard a loud whistle in my ears and that's when I realized that I'm in a dream I freaked out but managed to remain calm and everything was crystal clear I was just standing looking around and admiring the world I could see every detail and the brightness of the atmosphere along with wind blowing trees and I thought now what do I do I decided to test if I can jump really high and I did it, I was shocked! How am I knowing that this a dream and still sleeping so I decided to jump and fly and it worked! I took a trip around my city by flying around and jumping high I went to mountains and rivers and explored places I've never been then I woke up with a smile it was one of the best things that happened to me. I couldn't wait to go to sleep again so I can have more of these dreams but unfortunately I could not, couple of years passed turning 28 years old one night I was Dreaming that I was in my room preparing to go to sleep closed the door closed light went to bed and my cat jumped into bed with me so I was petting the cat but then I remembered that I don't have a cat! A very loud whistle in my ears then I panicked and woke up but couldn't move at all only my eyes was open and I kept hearing cat voices it was very disturbing I fought to get up but couldn't move an inch. After a while a woke up but this time not having a smile on my face. Time have passed and now I'm 30 years old married man. And these kind of of lucid dreaming are happening to me almost every time I go to sleep but this time includes a lot of evil and disturbing things. To be continue.

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PraveenNewman (3 stories) (34 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-11)

I see you are experiencing strange dreams and it appears to be too real until you woke up I see. Check my post here I collected messages from people living in the world of afterlife. See you. 😁
starsofclay (4 stories) (61 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-08)
Oh cool, I didn't know we could publish lucid dreams on here... That's something I've really been trying to work on so maybe I'll have some good stories concerning that soon. I had my first real lucid dream a couple weeks ago, but it's probably not that great to make a post of, so I will just post it in here: (its a copy of something I posted on a lucid dreaming forum)

I found myself standing at the edge of a large lake at night time and in the distance I could see a large house that was only a part of the backdrop in my previous dream (this lucid dream was a continuation of a dream I had earlier that night) so I decided to fly over there and check it out. As I flew closer, the house changed and reformed from a small white blob into a sort of farmhouse, kind of like the re-texturing you get in video games as you get closer to things, due to lack of processing power. So it made me kind of curious what I was flying towards. When I landed on the dock I reminded myself that I was dreaming and rubbed my hands together (a trick that lucid dreamers use to strengthen the clarity of the dream). I set my intention that when I enter this farmhouse, which was still a ways away, I will meet my spirit guide. As I walk towards it, I can see the figure of someone entering the house in front of me, but I didn't want to rush things so I figured I'd find out who it was when I get there. Then two people leave the house, a young boy and a woman, who I assume was his mother. The boy runs around to the back of the house and the woman after him. I decide not to follow them but to enter the house to find my spirit guide, as intended. Before I do, something catches my eye by the door, a chalkboard menu sign that had writing on it meant for me. It was writing out a recipe for something, I can't remember the words but I do remember it said I must reduce my sins (actually, I think it said malice) to zero. Then it turned gibberish so I finally went inside. Inside was pretty much a restaurant /bar, where two dark skinned women where attending. I asked them who they were and they seemed offended. So I introduced myself. I said I am looking for my spirit guide, things get a little fuzzy but eventually I am sent after the kid that ran out the door earlier, who ran around to the back of the house.

It is daytime now... When I go around back, there's a sort of open air workshop on the right, and another opening in the house on my left. I check out the workshop where a woman is sitting, but I don't recall a conversation with her. What I do remember is trying to read a plaque that is laying on a stool, and I loose focus a few times. I rub my hands together, and also try spinning around but found that I couldn't. I could turn my head a bit but that was it. I refocused on the plaque on the stool and was able to hyperfocus on certain spots in order to read it. Otherwise it would become very fuzzy. It was a good skill to practice, but ultimately I don't remember what it said and it didn't seem significant anyway. So I raised up and decided to turn back to the house, where there was just a large opening and people inside sitting down to eat a meal. I go inside and begin asking for my spirit guide again. One lady was very hard to hear, and I had to ask her to repeat herself a couple times, then it turned out there wasn't really a lady there but some kind of object that the voice was coming through. I get fed up and turn towards the group of people about to eat at a large table, and say "is anyone here my spirit guide?" One lady raised her hand and I walk to her. Turns out that she still wasn't my spirit guide, but was housing a spirit, who then separated and claimed that she was in fact the spirit guide. At first she had a hard time separating, and argued with the lady that was housing her that she needs to point a certain way because there wasn't enough room at the table. Finally she pops out and floats over to the corner. She was wearing a blue suit type dress, and told me her name but I don't recall it. Remembering that I had heard that if you ask a dream character three times who they are, they are not allowed to lie to you the third time, I asked her who she is. She said I'm you. So I asked again. Same answer. I ended up asking 4 times, and still she answered that she is me. I am a male by the way, ha. In my dream, I completely interpreted that as saying she was my spirit guide, but now I realize she was just another dream character or maybe an actual embodiment of myself. So it makes me kind of wonder how lucid I was at this moment now, as my rationality was waning. Anyway, she says she will help me, and she floats over to a door, opens it, and tells me to go down to the basement. I was smart enough to know that this was going to be kind of creepy, but I agreed because I had come all this way.

She did not follow, but I bravely went down (which is uncommon for my dream self because he is usually a scardey cat and avoids scary things when possible). I think I had regained some lucidness at this point, and was anxiously awaiting what was going to happen to me in the basement. When I get down there, it is dark, and I lay down on a couch and suddenly am overwhelmed with voices echoing in my head and the feeling of being pulled in every direction. In a way it was the feeling that people describe when they separate from their body during astral travel. I get the sense that I am facing myself in some way. I remained brave throughout and just let the experience wash over me. After that is over, I slip into a storyline that there are people hunting me, and I have to slip out of the basement undetected like a stealth portion of a video game. Instead of going up the stairs, I find a door that leads outside. There are people on my right hunting me so I slip off to the left. At the edge of the house there are a line of hunters so I sneak off a little to my right. It is like these people are the inhabitants of the little island that I had arrived on. A kid sees me so I didn't want him to alarm the others so I grab him and run up a hill. At this point my lucidness returns and I decide I want to be shown an environment that represents my subconscious. I drop the kid, which kind of made me chuckle, even in my dream because I realized how silly that was, and keep walking up the hill going to see what the environment is going to change into. Nothing really comes of it... It just gets really foggy and eventually I couldn't see anything. Some familiar voices start speaking around me, like I am in a crowd surrounded by people that I know, but it was just too foggy to see anything at all. Next time I'm going to try shouting my intentions out at the top of my lungs, like I have heard will help. This is where the dream ends because my partner wakes me up for the day.
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
7 years ago (2017-04-05)
This dream was allowed because it was a lucid dream and was probably astral projection. The loud whistle is also indicative to an etheric anomaly, which is pre-astral projection. Astral projection, lucid dreaming and etheric anomalies are all accepted for publication. Cheers!
starsofclay (4 stories) (61 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-05)
I'm surprised a dream story was allowed on here... But yes you were experiencing sleep paralysis. Lucid dreaming is a very sought after ability that takes some people many years to learn to do correctly. It seems you developed a natural ability for it. Sleep paralysis can come with hallucinations, visual and audible. That is why you heard the cat meowing even after waking up.

There is nothing paranormal about lucid dreaming, BUT it can be a tool used to access your subconscious which in turn can help you to have psychic experiences. Try asking a question, like show me what is going to happen tomorrow. If you are good enough, your dream should mold and change around you into whatever you asked for. See if you can get it correct!
Nabil (2 stories) (3 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-05)
Hey wolfbeast, thank you for the information I found it helpfull. Follow up to the dreams almost every time I go sleep I kind of knew that I will be experience lucid dream but one of them I regret that I kind of cheated my wife in a dream, having my mind wakes up in a dream and fully aware of what's going on one time I was in a classroom and one very pretty girl was looking at me with her pretty eyes and I was fully a ware that I'm in a dream so I decided if its a dream why not just stand up and go straight to her corner and force her into sex! So I walked I towards her and started ripping of her clothes and everyone in the class were looking at me uncomfortabley but I didn't careless knowing that I'm in a dream so it didn't bother me. Now I kind of regret the choice did I cheat or not 😭
WolfBeast (4 stories) (35 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-04)
These symptoms stem from a phenomenon called sleep paralysis. When you're experiencing sleep paralysis, you become conscious. The idea is that your mind wakes up but your body doesn't. It all has to do with the three or four stages of non-REM (rapid eye movement) sleep and one specific REM state. It is possible to dream in all stages of sleep, but the dreams experienced in REM sleep appear to be more vivid and real. The brain is extremely active during REM sleep, and people become paralyzed during REM. Although researchers are unsure of the reason, many believe it is so the body does not act out the dream. Most people who wake up suddenly can move easily. However, those who cannot move after waking experience sleep paralysis. It is REM atonia continuing after waking. Most of the time, this experience lasts a few seconds to a minute (I am sure it feels much longer). However, in rare cases, some people need 10 to 15 minutes to regain motion. I hope this info has been helpful, and good luck with this issue!

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