Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscape

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Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscape

Postby Highlander » 04 Jan 2014 18:41

Tonight i had a lot of experiences, new stuff i learned and some curious stuff. I will not describe all of my dream because it's too long but i will shorten to the most important stuff.

How i lost some WILDs and had one with success

I'm lying on my belly trying to have a dream. After a while i start to feel vibrations and i can see a bit of my bedroom. I hear voices screaming (it sounds like Archie Bunker and his wife arguing like in the Those Were The Days sitcom). I'm lying still to see if it stabilizes, but I'm still very aware of my sleeping position and the difficulty of moving, so i lose the experience and i awake.
I then change position. Now i'm lying on my side (over my right arm). After about 1 hour i feel vibrations and i slowly begin to see my bedroom. I start to move my head slowly and i realize i'm moving in the dream. Then i move my left arm (the one more easily to move). I uncover the sheets and get out of bed. I'm now standing. My bedroom is a bit dark because i have the shutters down. The dream begins to fade and i wake up again.
I do not move at all nor open my eyes. I stand still because i know that i can go back. After a few seconds, i start to vibrate again. I focus on some dots that appear in front of me. I begin to see my bedroom again. This time i can move a little better. I move my arm, uncover the sheets, and i get out of bed, ready to have my adventure.

What i learned from this (and for previous experiences) is that, if i want to have a WILD, i have to put myself in my 2nd most comfortable position that is on my side. If i lie on my back, i get uncomfortable after a while and it becomes very hard to do anything. If i lie on my belly, because it's my most comfortable position, i fall asleep faster and, if i get a WILD, because i always start the dream in my bed, it becomes harder to get out of bed. So, on my side is better. I become awake for more time but my body is relaxed. A perfect combination. And my movements are easier to make.


Explore my house in the dream

I never explored my house. I tried this and it was curious. Parts of my house were exactly like in real life, but parts weren't. For example, in this dream i found an extra WC and i had another kitchen instead of my office room. (See below the image that i uploaded called My house in real life / in the dream)
It was curious to see the decoration, the color of the tiles and all. This can be good to give ideas for new house decorations.
Another curious thing was what i saw through the windows. In real life i have an open space on the back of my house (no buildings blocking my view, roads far way) and kind of a parking lot with buildings on the front. In my dream, through my bedroom window i see a huge building in construction blocking my window. On Kitchen 2 i see trees and buildings. On Kitchen i also see trees and buildings but in very different positions. So i made an experiment. I hide my face behind the fridge and look again at the window (kinda like peekaboo). I do this about 3 times and every time I look, the trees and buildings change place. The scenary changes. It was so funny.

Next time i have to do "peekaboo" and choose a good environment to explore. Also i have to do a deeper exploration of my house. It would be nice to see what i have inside the drawers, the closet, the fridge and all that.


A recurring landscape

I already described before what i see through my windows on the back and on the front of my house in real life. But there's a recurring landscape that i see in my dreams. Sometimes it's through my bedroom window. This time was through my living room window. Like 70% of the times i see a park, with lots of green space, trees and some buildings far away. I do not know this place. I uploaded 2 pictures (see below, called Park) i found on the internet that kinda describes what i see. I like it. Maybe it's what i wanted to have in real life.


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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby torakrubik » 05 Jan 2014 00:12

I can partially relate to your house exploration. I had a non-lucid dream a while ago set in my grandparent's house. It had extra features like a balcony and an extra floor in the attic, with doorways to rooms that didn't exist. I remember feeling a little spooked but also excited as I'd never notice these before...that was a huge sign that passed me by haha :oops:
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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby taniaaust1 » 12 Jan 2014 09:54

I love to explore my house when I get astral .. it may sound a boring thing to do but it can be quite interesting. Thou doing that Ive seen my daughters dream imprinted onto my astral house landscape and also seen a hidden gift (which turned out to be real in real life) imprinted onto the astral house landscape too. Another time I saw an entity of the astral plane sort in my house (so did a houseclearing as soon as I got up).

I guess with dreams one would get even more surprises and it would be great all the dream symbolism you get with the house changes.

. Like 70% of the times i see a park, with lots of green space, trees and some buildings far away.


Seeing you see that a lot, it probably is important symbolism for you. It may symbolise how you feel or another thing to do with you (buildings in dreams of can represent people.. it could mean that you get have your own space).

I'm lying on my belly trying to have a dream. After a while i start to feel vibrations and i can see a bit of my bedroom. I hear voices screaming (it sounds like Archie Bunker and his wife arguing like in the Those Were The Days sitcom). I'm lying still to see if it stabilizes, but I'm still very aware of my sleeping position and the difficulty of moving, so i lose the experience and i awake.


another thing you can try instead of just laying there waiting for it to stabilize is to think about getting closer to those screaming voices, using the voice itself to draw you there (not try to walk if you arent stabilised).. this may of helped you to disconnect from feeling your body on the bed and automatically pulled you to where the voices were.
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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby Highlander » 12 Jan 2014 16:48

taniaaust1 wrote:
. Like 70% of the times i see a park, with lots of green space, trees and some buildings far away.


Seeing you see that a lot, it probably is important symbolism for you. It may symbolise how you feel or another thing to do with you (buildings in dreams of can represent people.. it could mean that you get have your own space).


I have my own space. But i'm not so happy with the landscape i have in real life. It's not bad, but it could be better. Maybe it could be the one i have in the dream.
A task that i want to have next time i see that park is to ask a DC what this park means or, better yet, explore the park.

taniaaust1 wrote:another thing you can try instead of just laying there waiting for it to stabilize is to think about getting closer to those screaming voices, using the voice itself to draw you there (not try to walk if you arent stabilised).. this may of helped you to disconnect from feeling your body on the bed and automatically pulled you to where the voices were.


Great advice. I will try that. Funny you mentioned astral house. This WILD is so curious that i'm confused if i'm having a dream or an OBE. Because, when i go from real life to dream, my position at the time, my room doesn't change at all. It's like i just close my eyes and when i open them, i'm in the same place but spiritually.

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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby taniaaust1 » 12 Jan 2014 23:58

[quote="Highlander] This WILD is so curious that i'm confused if i'm having a dream or an OBE. Because, when i go from real life to dream, my position at the time, my room doesn't change at all. It's like i just close my eyes and when i open them, i'm in the same place but spiritually.[/quote]

Cause you WILD, I guess you still carry awareness of your normal surroundings and what you were doing before the WILD clearly. You know you are in actually physically in bed...so the dream is taking off from there.. of having to get up etc. Its interesting I think thou that often they dont do that (but maybe when they dont its cause of the expectation to find oneself somewhere else??)
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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby Highlander » 13 Jan 2014 00:13

taniaaust1 wrote:Its interesting I think thou that often they dont do that (but maybe when they dont its cause of the expectation to find oneself somewhere else??)


I guess so. My first 2 WILDs (some months ago), i entered in a whole new environment. But for the last few weeks, i've been having WILDs weekly and i star always in the same place (in my bed and room). But it's kinda cool. At least, if i forget to do something in a previous dream, i can comeback to the same place in the next dream.

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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby Highlander » 20 Jan 2014 12:57

I still don't know why i have dreams about that park that i see next to my house. I live on the 3rd floor but in those dreams i'm on the 1st floor, with direct access to that park. Once again, in real life i don't have a park near my house.
This saturday i had a WILD and the intention of seeing that park again and this time, explore it. And i did it. I look at my bedroom window and there it is again. This time, it's raining. I go through my window and i'm finally inside the park. I see a tricicle there. Maybe it's for me to use. I get in and ride it. I go downhill and i see a guy jogging. I stop him and i ask him what is this park. He says the name of the park and the location (it's my city) and then i wake up. But in real life this park name doesn't exist in my city.
I will try again next time. I'm glad that i'm able to use WILD for going to the same dream place and find some more answers.

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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby taniaaust1 » 25 Jan 2014 10:14

Sounds cool. Ive always wanted to like map one of my dream landscapes. My issue is that all my dreams seem to have different ones.
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Re: Regain a WILD, explore my house and a recurring landscap

Postby Highlander » 25 Jan 2014 18:19

taniaaust1 wrote:Sounds cool. Ive always wanted to like map one of my dream landscapes. My issue is that all my dreams seem to have different ones.


I've been lucky to have this park appear several times. And i guess because my dreams after WILD, starts always in the same place: in my room. When i get out of my bed in the dream, i always concentrate on seeing that park.


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