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Message Subject X Marks the Spot
Poster Handle Jonny Blaze
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Morning JB.

Do you ever get pain transfer from dreams into waking reality?

Like for instance,

I had a dream some years ago that I watched a truck being dropped from the sky, which I somehow knew contained an atomic bomb.

When I turned to run, the heat from the blast melted the skin on the back of my arms.

The pain was so searing and intense it woke me, and continued for many seconds after I woke.

But then it just faded and was gone.

As a child I would have dreams of walking barefoot over broken glass. I would then have to sit down and pull all the shards out of the bottoms of my feet. The pain was intense with those dreams as well.

 Quoting: Seer777

Morning Seer. ;)

I can't remember any specific instance of pain transference. However, often times if I have a headache I am aware of it while I am dreaming. I sort of drift in and out of consciousness knowing that I am in pain. I try to avoid waking up to avoid waking up to the pain, I think.

On Saturday morning, I knew I had this headache during my last dream. I was dreaming that I was with some people somewhere. I got separated from them and I felt that they were about to leave in the car we arrived in. However, to get back to the car I had to go through this maze like place. Since I was in a hurry, I felt like I couldn't move my dreaming body very well. It was excruciatingly slow.

I came upon this divide in a hallway. I took the left side knowing it was a mistake. And as I walked the hallway took a 90 degree turn left. Upon turning the corner, I saw a stairway up. For some reason, this let me know for sure that I had taken the wrong way. I went back to the divide and took the right side. Again, the hallway turned left, but this time there were no stairs. Just a long hallway that looked like it went straight for a distance.

Then I woke up to my punched in the face headache.
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