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The Fall

 

I have always had lucid dreams but they never come with consistency or 100 per cent accuracy.

About 23 years ago I woke from a horrible dream in which my pregnant sister had taken a fall on the stairs and she lay at the bottom in a pool of blood. All day I couldn't settle my thoughts and I felt nervous all through the day where I would just start crying randomly. No matter what I did my mind always kept going back to thoughts of this dream, so I decided to find out, I was compelled to find out. I lived two hours away and she didn't have a phone at the time so I called my dad, who lived 4 blocks away from her, explained about my dream and that I needed him to go over and check on her. He called me back later that night to say that it is a good thing that I had called him as earlier that day she had fallen on the stairs. He assured me that she was not bleeding and felt alright but she just wanted to make sure so she wanted to go to hospital to confirm. She had been looking for a ride when he showed up with the car. He then gave her a ride to hospital. She and the baby were fine. My dad had no idea that at times I have lucid dreams and it freaked him out. My sister, who is older than me, told him that I had always had them. That I have called her many times to just to find out if she was alright.

The problem is that sometimes I have horrible dreams but I can't tell if those are the ones that will become reality so I try to ignore it. I wish I could be accurate so I can help more.

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Krislove (65 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-11-01)
I don't know if that would be considered lucid dreaming. Lucid dreaming is more like being aware the you are asleep and controlling your dreams, I think it's more likely you're tapping into a possible future. You're reading ahead, so to speak, and it gives you the ability to change that future.

It's hard to discern at first but it gets easier. Try focusing on your thoughts and feelings. How often does the dream pop into your head during your waking hours? How do you feel about it? How would you feel about the event if it happens? <- this will help you decide if you want to do something about it. I'm learning that there's no way to really get it, you really just have to put yourself out there and tell people if you want to developed it into something useful. I was a closet psychic for a long time and it didn't help anyone.
Sleeping (4 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-10-31)
lucid dreams are controlled by your mind so you dream your sister falls and you fear she's injured so your mind adds the extra effect of blood. Most likely many of your dreams are filled with your own fears. I would say try to work on mindfulness while you are awake when you hear about something make sure you accept it for what it is and don't let your mind run away with it weather it be good or bad if you get a promotion don't worry about the extra work or the new responsibilities and don't think about what you can do with the extra money just think of it as a promotion and wait for the rest to play out. If you practice this while you are awake and in control hopefully when you are dreaming your mind will also let things play out so you can see things for what they are instead of allowing hopes or fears to distort the image.
Just my thoughts hopefully it's helpful.

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