Thoughts on one of my earliest lucid dreams

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netracerx
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Thoughts on one of my earliest lucid dreams

Postby netracerx » 29 May 2015 15:18

I originally posted this on reddit in the ldstories subreddit, but never received any feedback. I'm interested to see what others think about this. I'm a vivid, lucid dreamer and dream every night without fail. Below is the original post, please share your thoughts. Thanks!

i've been lucid dreaming since i was about 8. around that time, i was in an abusive household with my dad, and i created an alter ego of myself that was female (i am male). through her is how i voiced my issues, and in general acted out of character to myself. she was the voice in my head i talked to when i needed to work through something.

she then became my dream avatar, my personification within my dreams. she became the darkness and the hero i couldn't be in real life, and an escape into my dreams like nothing i'd ever known.

to put her into context, one dream i had that sticks with me to this day was one where i became her to defeat terrorists taking over an apartment block (this was pre-9/11, in case you were thinking that). the police had the street barricaded off. the apartment block was on a hill, and it had an entryway that was wrapped in glass on the outside for two stories from the ground level. past that was a walkway that wrapped halfway from each side of the building to the front, in a U shape, with glass bordering that walkway on the inside. two sets of doors led into the foyer through that walkway, one on the outside leading to the accompanying set on the inside.

i remember sneaking through alleyways and bushes past the police to see what was going on. i snuck into the building through a side entrance near the rear of the building, only to be caught by one of the gunmen. i was thrown into a room with about six other people. they were panicked and scared, one of the guys sure we were all going to be shot and killed. i remember seeing a lone bed in that room, and i went to that bed to curl up and sleep, waiting for my rescue.

then i remember finding myself standing in a dark corner, in that glass-lined walkway. i remember the faint smile on my face, as if i knew what was coming to the men who'd taken over the building. but i wasn't me (the male me), but my avatar. clad in a black turtleneck sweater that gradiated to a blood red stripe around the center, black fitting jeans and thick-heeled boots. i spot the leader pacing the hallway, but he hasn't seen me. i step out of the shadows toward him, and he jumps slightly. i feel myself sway toward him, and the look on his face is priceless. he knows he should raise his gun and fire, but he feels helpless, like something is holding him back.

i walk up to him, and gently caress his face. his guard comes down even more. the next part gets very disturbing for our readers.

i then plant a gentle kiss on his lips. he gives in momentarily, then groans in pain. his eyes fly open as he feels the edges of his lips tear toward his ears. he lets out a gasp. i look down to my right arm, which is pulling his heart out of his chest through his stomach. there's not a drop of blood on my arm or any of my clothing. he drops to the floor, his heart shortly after. smiling widely, i raise my arms and shatter every window in that hallway as i walk toward the foyer.

i wake in the room with the hostages, someone gently rousing me. they tell me the police are here to escort us out, the men gave up. i ask what happened, and they say someone gruesomely killed their leader, leaving them scattered.

i woke up shortly after that from the actual dream. i remember every detail of it and my willful actions as my avatar. it makes me wonder if i'm just that strange, or if other people have similar experiences. who is your dream avatar, and what is it like being them in your dreams?

netracerx
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Joined: 29 May 2015 15:13

Re: Thoughts on one of my earliest lucid dreams

Postby netracerx » 05 Jun 2015 21:26

41 views, and not a single reply? No thoughts or experiences from anyone?


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