Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:33 pm Post subject: Waking up before lucid dreaming
This has happened two times now.. and I was wondering what I should do.
The first dream I realized that I was dreaming in is when my ex was ignoring me (like he always does in my other dreams) and when I realized I was dreaming, I got a little upset I wanted to ask him why instead of ignore him too like I used to... but then everything just became black..... and I just forced myself to wake up.
The second time was just a few minutes ago. I was running away from my brother and then when I saw him beat up my violin teacher, I knew that I was dreaming and I tried to get his attention and when he saw me.. I instinctively wanted to run, but instead I realized I was dreaming and I got angry and courageous and I walked back into the door to confront him and ask him what his problem is--- but then everything just became black.... I heard the music that I left on my laptop... and I just woke up.
What should I do?
I've been having not so pleasant dreams for months now.... and I really want to know what's going on in my brain and I want to talk to these people in my dreams to find out.
I've had a lot of dreams like these and the only way to get rid of them is to use your lucidity to either ask the questions you need to ask or to take revenge or protect those in need. Basically face your fears. In the case of the brother beating up the violen teacher you would need to protect the teacher. IT sounds like with the dream fading to black theres a part of you that doesn't want to do this or you're just at the end of the dream. You should try techniques like spinning in a circle or rubbing your hands to extend the dream. Once you do face these fears dreams like these are incredibly healing!
I guess Gman has suggested you the best method. You should try lucid dream to take revenge and face your fears. You can do anything in lucid dream. If you want to control your dream then you have to do some reality checks.
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