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Was My Mind Really Speaking To Me?


I had to be at work at 9 am. I had set my alarm for 7 am., but decided to sleep for another half hour. When my alarm went off I got up out of bed and turned it off. I didn't reset it though. I must have been half asleep still. But regardless, I have a very good biological clock. On my best days I can wake up well before the time I want to wake up and any time of the night.

So I crawled back into bed. And fell asleep right away.

This is what I dreamt.

I was sleeping in bed. It was bright in my room. The window shades must have been all the way up. My room door was open and I could hear my mum coming through the hall that lead to my room. She was talking to somebody behind her. She said, 'Her mind peeks. That's why she dreams.' Finishing what she said, she turned into my room and walked up to the edge of my bed. She looked at me with a bright friendly smile. And says, 'Its time for you to get up'.

I look to my right and see my alarm clock. It said 8:02 am. Suddenly my eyes opened up.

I looked to my right and my alarm clock said 8:02 am. I was like 'shyte!', and jumped out of bed and threw myself together to walk to work.

I know this blog seems so tiny. But there is really something I'm inquiring. I have had so many dreams that have come true. And as little as this one seems, it is so big at the same time. Not for the fact that I seem to wake up to see my alarm clock was at 8:02 a.m., but what my mother had said in my dream.

1. 'Her mind peeks. That's why she dreams'.

2. 'Its time for you to get up'

It kind of startles me in a way, because it's like my mind was speaking to me. But that's nothing; everyone experiences that, every day of their lives. But I normally have complete control over my dreams. This time it's like something else took over. It wasn't me, but at the same time it was. And it's silly to say that, because it's my mind. I'm the one in control, but I felt so helpless without feeling it.

It was as if I went for a ride. But by #1 what does my mind truly mean? I am always searching for answers within myself when I sleep. I believe that's when my mind is most vulnerable.

It just kind of startles me in a way. I suppose I'm not quite use to that feeling or having something like that happen to me which is to have my mind speaking to me in that manner, especially in the form of my mother.

Has anyone else experienced something in that particular sense?

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Albator (2 stories) (46 posts)
15 years ago (2009-01-23)
Dreaming of going to the loo when you actually need to pee is normal and absolutely not a sign of anything paranormal. I'd suggest drinking less before bedtime 😆

Iveesuhma - interesting story. The 'mother figure' could simply represent someone who is looking over you.
SpiderLace28 (17 posts)
15 years ago (2009-01-23)
Maybe it is somebody else sending messages to you. Could be telepathy...
vendettaBabes (3 stories) (335 posts)
15 years ago (2008-11-21)
yeah, I hear voices in my head too. Except I hear them everywhere, everyday. I also space out a lot. Today in algebra, Mr. S said, "you guys are pissing me off" and as you know, teachers aren't supposed to say those words. Well, apparantly, he screamed it, and then my friends where talking about how this was the second time he had done it, and they asked me what I thought about it. I hadn't heard a thing.
but it wasn't one of those, "i wasn't paying attention and missed everything that was said" moments. I remembered everything that I thought had happened, but never heard him scream that at the class. I had been too busy talking to the voices in my head. I will often say, as an "icebreaker", "hi! I'm Val, and I hear voices in my head!" and laugh, but's actually true...
the voices are family that have passed on a looong time ago. They sometimes wake me up, when I'm having a bad dream, when I'm thirsty, or when I need to remember something important. Or sometimes when they need to tell me something and want to bug me. I've gotten used to them. Before, when I was little, I could see them. Especially the one I've always had, Sania. She's been with me for as long as I can remember.
I remember how, as a child, I would spend hours outside talking to her, looking at her indescribable beauty. My parents would worry that I hadn't gotten rid of my "imaginary friend" by age nine. They do not know that I still have her, and that I do not think she is imaginary at all. I love her very much, as I do the rest of them, but she is my best friend, my sister, the one person I love the most in this world. Imaginary or not.

amara925 (1 stories) (5 posts)
15 years ago (2008-11-18)
Yes! I have been getting deep into just what you have been talking about and it sounds like you also really understand what is happening. I have gotten to the point where I lucid dream every single night I go to sleep. It seems that there are different stages of lucid dreaming and the more you can master it, the more freedom you have and the more quickly you can evolve. Here's what I mean. When you first begin to lucid dream, often you react by controlling the dream. For example, many people who are stressed will dream about fighting or fleeing. Once they become aware they are dreaming, they will change the circumstances or confront their fear. Don't get me wrong, confrontation or taking power within a dream is reaching a higher state of awareness. But, I think it is far more important, once you become used to lucid dreaming to listen and accept what the dream is showing you. Every thought, every scene, emotion, person you encounter and experience in your dream is telling you something about yourself and your life "right now!" Once you can become receptive while lucid dreaming, you will experience things that will shatter your view of reality. It is like therapy on steroids, but to reap the benefits you have to be diligent and pay attention, WRITE THEM DOWN, and try to interpret. Even the most insignificant detail is telling you something important. And I had to learn this the hard way after my NDE. Here's another theory of mine, the subconscious has access to things that the conscious part of the brain does not, which is why you can predict future events and begin to work through painful emotions or trauma that the conscious mind cannot even begin to penetrate. If we, as human beings, can become comfortable in this realm it could completely change our waking reality. This may sound strange, but I do believe that dreams are in a sense more real than this waking reality. Through dreaming, you can perceive far more and evolve much more quickly in far less time. Sorry, I blabbed, but I am so excited for you that you are starting to access this part of yourself! Enjoy the journey!
Iveesuhma (guest)
15 years ago (2008-11-18)

I don't feel so crazy now... Lol... I feel much better that I'm not the only one that has had that happen... Haha!

Speaking of which. I wrote that last night. And funny thing, I had another dream. Atleast I hope it was a dream. I can't brush off the feeling it wasnt.

It felt so real. I had gotten out of bed, it was still night time. Like 1 in the morning sorta... (I suppose). And my room was completly cleaned, coincedently I had cleaned it before writing this blog.

I sorta walked in a circle. I think I was going to turn on my light, but I sorta drifted and went to my closet. My closet was partially open, then suddenly something pounced on me.

Like a primitive pounce. I wasn't sure who it was. I thought it was my mother, but she doesn't have long hair. It was almost like it was me. Like a duplicate.

I felt so helpless, and so tired. Like too tired to talk, too tired to move.

I screamed at my mind to wake up, but even that was a challenge. I was sort of stuck for the moment.

Then my eyes fluttered. I was back in my bed. And I fell asleep again.


And I can totally relate to the toilet moments. I once had the same thing when I was younger. And I dreamt everything possible about going to the washroom.

But one day I didn't wake up, and I actually soaked myself. And when I woke up in the middle of the night, I was like 'wow! It really happened'...

Haha... *note to self* - no more wet dreams, or anything that I can possibly do in my sleep...

It was a lesson well learned.
secondsight (1 stories) (11 posts)
15 years ago (2008-11-18)
omg I have found some one who has same experiences as me...

Yeah I get this quite a lot

When I was younger I used to dream about needing to go to the toilet... I'd have this dream about 2/3 times a night. (I used to have a weak bladder haha) and soon as I wake up id be bursting for the loo... It was like my mind teliin me I need a wee.

And when I started college id have to be up for 7am and I'm a heavy sleeper id have a dream about being in bed and my alarm going off and it being 7am in the dream and id wake up and its 7am so I'm thinkin... "thank you my beautifull mind you woke me up haha"

And now I always seem to wake up at 3:15am - 3:30am in the mornin for a wee its every night.

So yeah I recon your mind does talk to you. Its cool:d 😊

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