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Author Topic: Residual Effects of Dreams  (Read 692 times)
Lumaza
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« on: April 01, 2020, 09:53:58 »

 For the past week now I have been using a technique upon going to sleep, whereas you hold your focus on a single point just outside of your physical body until you lose consciousness and drift off to sleep. 3 of the nights it has led to bouts of SP (Sleep Paralysis), the other nights it has led to very vivid LDs (Lucid Dreams). Like with most us here, many of my most vivid LDs come just before I awaken for the day. Some can lead to what I call "re-scripting", which is replays of the Dream scenario over and over again until I got it right. Right according to who? I haven't been able to answer that yet!  huh I don't know if I ever will be able to.
http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_out_of_body_experiences/a_very_easy_obe_technique_that_needs_some_fine_tuning-t38413.0.html


 One of these LDs had me in some kind of Marketplace", what in Ancient Greece was called a "Agora". I didn't get to see my physical body, so I can't really say what I actually looked like in this one. I must have fit in though.

 I was selling my wares amongst many other people and all of a sudden a shot rang out through the air. A man a few booths down from me fell to the ground, blood trickling from his mouth. There was another shot and another person went down. We all ducked for cover. My stand was closest to the entrance and I could see the hills in front of the Marketplace. For some reason, I thought Afghanistan, even though I have never been there at least in this physical lifetime. A few other men now were crawling towards me. They were armed and looking for the shooter. My guess was it was a Sniper. We all kept crawling towards the field n front of us, looking for the shooter. After crawling and ducking while searching, I finally saw the guy. We surrounded him and I took him down. I didn't obliterate him though. I obeyed the physical ruleset of this place and for some reason I knew I had to apprehend him quickly but in the least non violent way I could.

 The situation then ended or so I thought it did. The people of the Marketplace were surrounding the shooter and all of a sudden I heard rat and tat, tat, tat and I felt something hitting my back. As I fell I saw the local men there had grabbed this guy again. I guess he has broke free from one of them, grabbed one of their own automatic guns and shot me in the back, not once, but what I felt like 3-5 times. I was on the ground now. I wasn't in a lot of pain though. All I felt when he was shooting me was some kind of dull thuds, like I had some kind of bulletproof vest on, which I didn't.

 The next thing I know I am lying on a table face down. A woman is using some kind of tongs on me and pulling the bullets out of my back. Once again, no excruciating pain, just a dull ache and I can tell exactly the spots she is working on.

 Then I wake up. But the strange thing is, my back is actually hurting in the same dull pain, in the exact same areas that I was shot and that lady had taken the bullets out of my back. I laid on my bed for about ten minutes trying to not only get my bearings, but also trying to make sense of all of this. Yes, I know, I used the word "trying", but like happens when you use that word, I too failed. I couldn't make any sense of that at all. I then got up to use the bathroom, like many of us do upon awaking in the morning and the pain subsided.

 While trying to make sense of all of this I wondered if I may have rolled over strange in my sleep, causing my back to be twisted in some way and then my consciousness created a Dream scenario to accompany that ache. That's pretty far fletched, but I wanted to look at this in more "sane" person's view first, before entertaining anything else. Why I would even bring up that is because I have experienced many times, being in some kind of "bathroom" needing to go and when I left the Dream and awoke, I really needed to go, lol. I took it that my physical need to go to the bathroom played out in my Dream scenario as well, like some kind of message. The only problem with the hypothesis is that when I awoke with the pain in the back after being shot, that pain did go away.

 Another thing this could was some kind of bizarre experience that led to a "healing". Today, my back hasn't hurt at all. For the past months now it has been in pain. Not the areas that I was supposedly shot though. It's always been a deep, sometimes sharp pain in the spine. So yes, it could have been some kind of elaborate ruse to get me on the table. Who knows?  huh Like I said, I am entertaining all thoughts on this.  

 Last night's LD turned rated XXX very quickly and got completely out of control. …and yes, there was physical effects from it, but most Men awaken at "attention" as it is. That is a physiological thing though!  grin

 I have had other experiences in the past that had a lasting effect for either a short duration or even the entire day. But most of those had more of "emotional" effect. In other words, they set the mood for the day!

 I would love to hear your thoughts or even your own experiences, if any, with this.

 Thank You!  smiley
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« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2020, 17:50:28 »

   Another thing this could was some kind of bizarre experience that led to a "healing". Today, my back hasn't hurt at all.

That was my first thought while reading the nurse pulling the bullets out of your back. And when I read the above, I was like, yes, exactly. Dreams are highly symbolic.
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« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2020, 05:49:56 »

My thoughts tend to lean in two directions with this type experience.

1) Discomfort/pain causes our minds to 'fix' the issue symbolically.
2) The pain is caused by work being done on us.

It can be hard determining which is the case. Wish I had a better answer.
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« Reply #3 on: April 05, 2020, 07:23:48 »

Agreed with the prior comments.
I have suspected for several years, but not realized until recently, that many of these similar experiences are healing events. At Monroe, I re-experienced the healing event that I call the ‘veggie chopper’. It had been several years earlier that I had that exact same experience in a low level Lucid Dream and actually rejected it at the time, because I didn’t understand or trust the experience. At the time I mistakenly thought I was improving my dream ability by rejecting dreams that appeared to be de-volving into obvious nightmares. Now, years later, I realize that I was just wrong about this and going back through my dream journals, I can identify other possible nightmares and uncomfortable dreams that were likely healing opportunities. In fact, I’m almost to the point of declaring that all seeming nightmares are opportunities for healing experiences.

And the beginning of these experiences can be complex, body-driven, by discomfort, pain and doubt...so they can be very prone to misunderstanding or misinterpretation. This introduces a complex issue of developing a new and quite subtle awareness of ‘trust’ within sleep and dream depths.

Then, oh yes, THEN we have the question of just WHO is healing or working on us? And Nameless a couple years ago, clued us into the Astral Surgical Team...and I realized that I had actually run into these guys before.

The whole thing is crazy, we might all just be crazy. I only know I’m not because my dog tells me so...
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