I have a few I could name but one that really sticks out in my mind. This happened in 2007: I was taking a nap one day - during the afternoon. The sun was out and shining and I was just taking a few minutes to rest. I was lying on my bed, on my back. … Continue reading What is the scariest thing that has ever happened to you?
I dream very lucidly. I typically don’t remember much of my dreams after waking though. However, while I am dreaming, I know I am dreaming and I watch dreams like I would watch a television show. I am very aware I am dreaming. Reference: https://www.quora.com/When-you-lucid-dream-do-you-remember-the-dream-from-when-it-happens-or-after-it-happened
Originally Answered: Is there a way to practice lucid dreaming? · I think the best way to go about this would be to try and have awareness while you are dreaming. Reference: https://www.quora.com/Have-you-ever-tried-lucid-dreaming-What-are-some-tips-to-lucid-dreaming
This one is tough. First, if you are experiencing hallucinations or delusions, please seek professional psychiatric care. As a psychic medium who also is a health researcher and a BA in psychology, I have experienced dreams, waking life, and clairvoyance. Sometimes it is tough to differentiate between dreams and waking life because I dream very … Continue reading How can we differentiate between dreams, waking, hallucinations and visions?
It sounds to me like you were being introduced to lucid dreaming. The characters were of your regular dreaming but the shift happened and it was like a new happening - opening a new door or the start of a new chapter if you will. Reference: https://www.quora.com/What-does-my-dream-mean-Other-people-on-my-dream-were-like-characters-of-a-scripted-game-Once-it-broke-and-something-unexpected-happened-it-turned-into-a-lucid-dream-of-which-I-couldnt-control-I-just-had-the
I have/get sleep paralysis. It is very scary. The best way I can think to explain it is - your mind/brain wakes up and your eyes are open (you are awake and you know you are awake) but your physical body (arms, legs, etc.) are paralyzed and you can’t talk or anything either. It is … Continue reading Why do people get sleep paralysis? What happens to your body during that phase?
I don’t know if I would call it a super power but you can call it whatever you want. Personally though, I would consider it something we all do during sleep, and a form of extra-sensory perception if you are aware you are doing it. Reference: https://www.quora.com/Is-Astral-projection-a-super-power
When we dream lucidly, we are aware we are dreaming. Some people can control their dreams while dreaming lucidly. Reference: https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-powers-of-lucid-dreaming
I experience sleep paralysis and find it scary. I did notice though that when I am done freaking out, if I relax my body and close my eyes, and try to drift back into that sleepy mind/body energy, I can wake up out of it faster. Reference: https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-control-sleep-paralysis-I-find-it-really-interesting-scaring-however-is-there-any-solution-not-to-be-scared
This sounds like lucid dreaming and astral projection to me. You are asleep but your spirit-self (your soul) might be up and about, doing things around your house (in like a parallel universe type situation). I have experienced this before. I usually wake up confused because I got so much done and woke up to … Continue reading Why do I have such vivid, intricate dreams where I’ll do things like completely clean my whole house, or prepare and eat a meal?