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Have you ever died in a dream??

 
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If you have flown in a dream are you concious of how the use of your arms effects it?
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I do believe there is a great mystery of conscousness that reveals itself only once the body has died.
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this is true. it is because the mind in the physical form cannot contain the vastness of this consciousness/truth.
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I am looking forward to finding out the truth when it is my time.
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I do believe there is a great mystery of conscousness that reveals itself only once the body has died.
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this is true. it is because the mind in the physical form cannot contain the vastness of this consciousness/truth.
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I am looking forward to finding out the truth when it is my time.
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I have seen me die or supposed to die numerous times, from being stabbed, to being shot, to a plane crash, up to a full blown nuclear explosion.

Every time I felt nothing. I can't believe some of you actually feel pain in dreams. I don't remember ever feeling any sensation. Some times I am ghost like in dreams, like things go through me or I see things as if they are not solid matter.

I also never fear any dreams. Occasionally I do have the creepy ones, but I don't actually fear.

I've also had very strange dreams that stay in my mind and never forget. One particular one was an old friend with a blurred face and me sitting on a bench when another man comes along and shoots him. A few weeks later I got news that an old friend of mine got shot and killed.

Dreams are very, very fascinating. I think it's much more than just "junk of daily life" being recycled as some scientists believe.
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Not that I can think of but once years ago, I woke up before I did die. This demon was stabbing me in the chest in a dream. And Ive heard that if you do die in a dream, your body shuts down and you actually do die. Pretty sure thats not true though.
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it cant be. i did die, but when i awoke i wasnt breathing. i was gasping but not taking in air. took a few seconds to get a breath. ive learned since then i was experiencing sleep paralysis. which could be why i wasnt breathing...
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I hate sleep paralysis. It's the worst feeling.
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I heard if you wiggle your toes you'll snap out of the sleep paralysis faster.
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I remember more than one previous life, but I recall vividly how I died in my last life. I was beaten by a ball bat and abused sexually by a group of men. I recall the color of their truck, how I was walking home and the truck stopped and men got out of the back of the truck and also the pickup cab. It was a horrible way to die. I still have nightmares about it. I must have been about 19. I remember more than that about my life before, but that memory sticks in my head the most. I remembered peices of my different lives mostly after age four, and when I got old enough to keep a journal I would write down my dreams. That helped me remember my past live dreams. Keep a notebook by your bed and write down anything you remember when you wake up. It does help. You quickly forget your dreams if you don't write them down.
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Yes...1000's of times....in almost every conceivable way. Sometimes stop breathing but trained myself years ago to recognize the dream state. Once recognized, you can turn your dreams around and start having fun....like lucid dreaming.

Several times I dreamt of a number combination and it took years to have the dream where I could actually wake up and remember the numbers. Wrote them down and thought about it for weeks till I was almost 90% sure they were numbers to my High School locker (class of 1984).

Memorized the combination and months later got into a lucid dream sequence where in my dream I went to my Hisgh School deliberately and floated up to my locker. Tried the memorized numbers and POP opened the locker up. Now 99.9% sure those are the numbers to the combination.

All I have to do to me 100% sure is ask the Hich School if I can visit and try it in real life.

You can do some amazing things once you find a way to control your dreams. It doesn't always happen and the other trick is to remember them. To remember the lucid dreams just focus on something you will see in real life when you wake up and change it in your dream. IE: Pull out all the TP off the roll in your dream. When you wake up and visit the rest room you will likely remember and that will help you recall some of your dream.
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i have considered that. but i also suffered from sleep parlysis at that time so i chalked it up to that
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Off topic, but I LOVE your avitar!
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funny, i thought mine was the best til i saw yours.the love is mutual5a
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Awe, thanks. Any funny kitty pic warms my heart. I have always had cats in my life and I believe they have some sort of special abilities in the supernatural. I know my cat protects me while I sleep, from what I don't know. But she sleeps next to me every night and it makes me feel safer somehow in my dreams.
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ive already mentioned this but i recently broke my neck. the first night i came home my cat tried to crawl inside my brace. now he sleeps on my chest as close to the brace as possible
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Yep, many times, the most vivid I was walking in the dark and some creature jumped at me on the neck and shook me, which sent me straight back to this realm. Death on dreams means usually for me being sent back to "reality".
"White privilege" is the liberal religion's version of Original Sin: you are born guilty, and you carry that burden of guilt all your life, and the only way to escape eternal damnation is for white people confess their sin, to bow, kneel and believe the dogma of the Church of Liberalism, genuflect at its altars, honor its saints, fill the collection plate, and never, ever doubt.

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I haven't ever had a violent dream, no shooting, no dying. I can't relate. What is it? I guess I am glad I don't know.

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I haven't ever had a violent dream, no shooting, no dying. I can't relate. What is it? I guess I am glad I don't know.
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I guess it's similar to dying in real life, you feel a rush of adrenaline right before it happens but when death hits you you're already out, and in the case of a dream you wake up here (dunno where you wake up at when you die IRL though Wink)
"White privilege" is the liberal religion's version of Original Sin: you are born guilty, and you carry that burden of guilt all your life, and the only way to escape eternal damnation is for white people confess their sin, to bow, kneel and believe the dogma of the Church of Liberalism, genuflect at its altars, honor its saints, fill the collection plate, and never, ever doubt.

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I've died many a time in my dreams. There are 3 likely outcomes:

1.) you wake up
2.) you enter a new dream
3.) you continue on as if nothing happened or you are invincible.

I wouldn't rule out dying in real life from a dream, there's no evidence to say this can't happened. Whether from a physical symptom like going into shock and having a heart attack, or sleep apnea and not breathing, or even from an astral entity or demon perhaps.

I have also killed myself on purpose in a lucid dream to overcome fear... I've shot myself, nose-dived off a skyscaper head first into the ground, been run over by a car, etc. What happens next is one of the 3 likely outcomes I listed above. Usually there is no pain but not always, however if there is pain its no way near as bad as it would be in real life.

Overcome your fear, a wise man once said there is nothing to fear but fear itself. Not only that, but when you face your fear head on in a lucid dream you gain 100% lucidity and control. Besides, dying is just a transition to a new beginning it is not the end.
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no, but I've killed. Last night I cut up 3 fellas with a machete, and with 2 other friends. Sounds weird, but they belonged to some crime syndicate and they were going to kill us. lolsign
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only had one death dream, shot in the chest. no pain, but ohh the build-up to my death was heavy, the rising fear rippling through every fiber in my being. hopelessness, trapped and knowing the shooter had spotted me, all I've ever known, all I've ever lived for about to be snuffed out, erased from this world, closer she steps,

4 seconds left, I can hear her footsteps, 3 seconds, terror, 2, despair, 1, acceptance, 0, *BANG!!*

And then I woke up and had a good day. The final moment of accepting it, and not being afraid was priceless. If I could feel the pain though, I wouldnt be so fond of that dream
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I've heard that if you really die in a dream, you die in real life, or at least experience something, as it sounds you did.

Years ago I had a dream that I was being chased by a gunman. He had the gun pointed at me, pulled the trigger but I woke up just as he did. I was shaking, out of breath - like I literally had been running.

Another time I dreamt I fell from a really tall building, but woke up before I hit ground....

Idk, interesting anyway =)
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I guess it's a good mechanism for preparing for death in real life.,
"White privilege" is the liberal religion's version of Original Sin: you are born guilty, and you carry that burden of guilt all your life, and the only way to escape eternal damnation is for white people confess their sin, to bow, kneel and believe the dogma of the Church of Liberalism, genuflect at its altars, honor its saints, fill the collection plate, and never, ever doubt.

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well, actually I did die once in a dream. I can only remember running through the woods , running waway from something or so. I managed to "survive" at least I thought I did. After talking to other people, friends etc., they seemed frightened of me. I asked them what was wrong with me. They answered "your eyes! They are dead! You are dead!" .. Then I woke up and went to the bathroom mirror to check if i was alive or not. Boy i'll never forget the image in the mirror as long as I live. It wasn't even a face anymore, more a grotesque face, and those eyes..oh boy.. Purely black and dead. I guess i wasnt really awake when i entered the bathroom, more half asleep.. But this image and dream haunted my for years.

My only real nightmare. True story.
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well, actually I did die once in a dream. I can only remember running through the woods , running waway from something or so. I managed to "survive" at least I thought I did. After talking to other people, friends etc., they seemed frightened of me. I asked them what was wrong with me. They answered "your eyes! They are dead! You are dead!" .. Then I woke up and went to the bathroom mirror to check if i was alive or not. Boy i'll never forget the image in the mirror as long as I live. It wasn't even a face anymore, more a grotesque face, and those eyes..oh boy.. Purely black and dead. I guess i wasnt really awake when i entered the bathroom, more half asleep.. But this image and dream haunted my for years.

My only real nightmare. True story.
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"White privilege" is the liberal religion's version of Original Sin: you are born guilty, and you carry that burden of guilt all your life, and the only way to escape eternal damnation is for white people confess their sin, to bow, kneel and believe the dogma of the Church of Liberalism, genuflect at its altars, honor its saints, fill the collection plate, and never, ever doubt.

-- Dixon Diaz
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Yes, I've drowned a couple of times, been hit by the wave of a nuclear explosion and other stuff. coffee4

PS. I think it's you preparing yourself.
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I remember having a dream - I was younger, maybe 10 or something I got shot in the chest and died....

I've had dreams of catastrophes that engulfed me, knowing they were my last moments, actually experiencing past this point, a sensation of bliss, peace, clarity.

I've had other dreams I get injected with something paralysing.

In my dreams I always stay at peace knowing I'm going to die, I always assure not to feel for me (my mum in shock), for no one to be sad, that its all ok, or that I'm sorry, I've actually yelled out "i love eveyone" and hoped for peace in the last moments....

I suffer occasionally, and sometimes many nights in a row... from hypnagogic sleep paralysis for some time...
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I remember having a dream - I was younger, maybe 10 or something I got shot in the chest and died....

I've had dreams of catastrophes that engulfed me, knowing they were my last moments, actually experiencing past this point, a sensation of bliss, peace, clarity.

I've had other dreams I get injected with something paralysing.

In my dreams I always stay at peace knowing I'm going to die, I always assure not to feel for me (my mum in shock), for no one to be sad, that its all ok, or that I'm sorry, I've actually yelled out "i love eveyone" and hoped for peace in the last moments....

I suffer occasionally, and sometimes many nights in a row... from hypnagogic sleep paralysis for some time...
 Quoting: Emc2


sleep paralysis or astral projection. ?
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
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I remember having a dream - I was younger, maybe 10 or something I got shot in the chest and died....

I've had dreams of catastrophes that engulfed me, knowing they were my last moments, actually experiencing past this point, a sensation of bliss, peace, clarity.

I've had other dreams I get injected with something paralysing.

In my dreams I always stay at peace knowing I'm going to die, I always assure not to feel for me (my mum in shock), for no one to be sad, that its all ok, or that I'm sorry, I've actually yelled out "i love eveyone" and hoped for peace in the last moments....

I suffer occasionally, and sometimes many nights in a row... from hypnagogic sleep paralysis for some time...
 Quoting: Emc2


sleep paralysis or astral projection. ?
 Quoting: Qarley


sleep paralysis - not intentional - when I was 13 or so I read about astral travelling/projection I had not much success. I have gone with the paralysis, it's frightening to say the least most of the time. Once although I managed to get deeper and stay conscious, get up (thought I snapped out of it and actually woke up it was so real) but something just, didn't feel right and I thought, maybe I am dreaming, or who knows, and decided to just jump at the wall and through, outside which freaked me out but in a good way got excited and thought I'd try what I read about, flying... jumped, and flew, but was not so easy, like thought/concentrated control.
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I have had a dream in which i died. I wont describe all of the dream but i was shot in the chest and gasped my last breath. Everything went dark for like 10 seconds. when i awoke i wasnt breathing. Just curious if others have had similar experiences because "they" say you cant die in dreams.
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Not sure.......I was t-boned once in a dream, I woke up just as the car hit (passenger side). I saw the exact car a few days later on my way home from college run the exact light that I was going thru in my dream.

Deja vu or a warning, I still believe it was given to me that night.
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I remember having a dream - I was younger, maybe 10 or something I got shot in the chest and died....

I've had dreams of catastrophes that engulfed me, knowing they were my last moments, actually experiencing past this point, a sensation of bliss, peace, clarity.

I've had other dreams I get injected with something paralysing.

In my dreams I always stay at peace knowing I'm going to die, I always assure not to feel for me (my mum in shock), for no one to be sad, that its all ok, or that I'm sorry, I've actually yelled out "i love eveyone" and hoped for peace in the last moments....

I suffer occasionally, and sometimes many nights in a row... from hypnagogic sleep paralysis for some time...
 Quoting: Emc2


sleep paralysis or astral projection. ?
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sleep paralysis - not intentional - when I was 13 or so I read about astral travelling/projection I had not much success. I have gone with the paralysis, it's frightening to say the least most of the time. Once although I managed to get deeper and stay conscious, get up (thought I snapped out of it and actually woke up it was so real) but something just, didn't feel right and I thought, maybe I am dreaming, or who knows, and decided to just jump at the wall and through, outside which freaked me out but in a good way got excited and thought I'd try what I read about, flying... jumped, and flew, but was not so easy, like thought/concentrated control.
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the infamous they say we astral project in our sleep all the time. But i have recently tried to astral project and ive learned the paralysis comes from a vibrational state. ive been practicing my vibes....
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
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I've tried journalling dreams, can't seem to stick to it...

Been getting more into them recently, paying more attention to something I do most of my life, should seem more important than reality itself.

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Had a dream four friends and myself were sitting around a campfire and decided to play Russian roulette, with a shotgun.lol. Of coarse I went first and blew my head to pieces. And died. I left my body, and hovered over looking down at my body ,and brain matter, and my friends completely losing it, and were in in a state of panic. After a minute or so, my spirit went back into my body. The pieces of my skull and brain then began to move back together and heal itself. I then opened my eyes and sat up, and said to everyone," I am Jesus".
It was one of those vivid dreams that seems so real. Still gives me chills talking about it.
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Had a dream four friends and myself were sitting around a campfire and decided to play Russian roulette, with a shotgun.lol. Of coarse I went first and blew my head to pieces. And died. I left my body, and hovered over looking down at my body ,and brain matter, and my friends completely losing it, and were in in a state of panic. After a minute or so, my spirit went back into my body. The pieces of my skull and brain then began to move back together and heal itself. I then opened my eyes and sat up, and said to everyone," I am Jesus".
It was one of those vivid dreams that seems so real. Still gives me chills talking about it.
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i find your dream to be very interesting. Without knowing your religious beliefs it shows me you are awake. You realize how we are all connected to THE ALL on some level. Jesus was misinterpreted through the bible. He was just like anyone who came to this realization. He realized we are all god. we are all unified and he shared his theories. Not sure why but i felt the need to share that info.
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
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I've tried journalling dreams, can't seem to stick to it...

Been getting more into them recently, paying more attention to something I do most of my life, should seem more important than reality itself.
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dreams remind us the capabilities that are buried deep with in. Thats why its gay but true when people say never stop dreaming. realistically or metaphorically.
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
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I've tried journalling dreams, can't seem to stick to it...

Been getting more into them recently, paying more attention to something I do most of my life, should seem more important than reality itself.
 Quoting: Emc2


dreams remind us the capabilities that are buried deep with in. Thats why its gay but true when people say never stop dreaming. realistically or metaphorically.
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I read a scientific point the other day about the brain processing all your thoughts and experiences whilst you sleep, hibernate, like filtering a computer, digesting information, the discarded small details we take for granted going into the recycle bin (subconscious)....we are projected the images of this process... I think.

It was something to think about... depending how you view things.
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