I keep having this dream where I am asking someone to wake me up. The most recent one is where I am standing over my bedmate, everything looks exactly the same in the room, I eve go to the bathroom.
Then I walk over to him and start nudging him, hey wake me up please. Then he doesn't respond and I get weirded out. Almost nightmarish but there isn't anything scary going on persay except a bizzar feeling. I feel like I will die if he doesn't or someone doesn't wake me up.
Then I wake up gasping, like I stopped breating or something.
I know what a lucid dream is, I have them often, but these dreams are weird. Sometimes I am even parylized in them. It's like my eyes are open and I can see everything going on around me but I cannot move.
I hate these dreams. What do you think they represent?
You are experiencing pretty harsh and fast re-assessment and re-building of your worldview. I think it could be related.
Hi Sandra, we have a local term for this. May I ask, do you always have this --the one where you cannot move (like being paralyzed) in your dream?
I've heard astral projection described in the same way.
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