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Extreme feeling of G force in dreams
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Sometimes I get this, and it happened to me last night for the first time in a while. I've never really understood what it was or how the brain could create such an experience.

It could be a car crash, or being on a lift that free falls, or falling off a high place. The dreamscape at this time is usually quite vivid, sharp and realistic. Sometimes you forget you are dreaming and sometimes you get the feeling you will die in these scenarios. 

You feel an extreme feeling of deceleration, or acceleration, depending on the dream scenario. This feeling is enough to wake you up at the culmination of whatever is happening to you. 

Anyone else experienced this?
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(01-04-2018, 08:40 PM)diverdown Wrote: Sometimes I get this, and it happened to me last night for the first time in a while. I've never really understood what it was or how the brain could create such an experience.

It could be a car crash, or being on a lift that free falls, or falling off a high place.

I havent fallen in a dream for many years now, and I haven't flown much either, but instead I do, on occasion, some sort Hulk-jumps - and those are even more funnier than flying. [Image: clear.png] Smile

I remember from a "normal" (non-lucid) dreams where I was running, and I did a few jumps on an uneven terrain and suddenly felt that I jumped further than was "normal", (at least my mind in the dream made the assessment) that it was somewhat unnatural. But as I felt I could do further and longer jumps on each step, that feeling of this not being "normal" went away, and I went wild with the jumping. Much like in this clip - "skipping" like The HULK - It's way more satisfying than flying. 





It sounds kinda silly, doing these mega-strides, but it feels extremely liberating and satisfying doing them. LOL
While pushing off from the ground I tend to feel a bit of G-force from the power of the push, and I can even feel the wind in my face while midair. But I never had these "Hulk-moments" when I had a lucid dream (which would have been awesome though - controlling it all).
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LOL

Sounds like you had a blast Pollux! I've never done those running jumps, but I'd be very inclined to do them, going by what you are saying! 

Indeed, the way the mind is able to create a dreamscape very realistically. Actually, when you think about it, the brain processes everything we see anyway in a physical sense. Everything is upside down is it not? So, on the topic of whether or not there is a non-physical reality....well, since our physical reality is kind of 'made' up anyway in that the brain mostly processes and interprets everything - why not a 'non-physical' reality? Unless I have that totally wrong!

Also in my 'extreme gravity' dreams, I remember an occasion where I was in a car and the person driving was going ridiculously fast. Needless to say we crashed, and everything happened in slow motion! Added to that was the very intense G force I talk about - almost like you are being crushed! I have no idea how the brain can come up with that experience, if I've never had a car crash like that.
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(01-05-2018, 02:50 AM)diverdown Wrote: Also in my 'extreme gravity' dreams, I remember an occasion where I was in a car and the person driving was going ridiculously fast. Needless to say we crashed, and everything happened in slow motion! Added to that was the very intense G force I talk about - almost like you are being crushed! I have no idea how the brain can come up with that experience, if I've never had a car crash like that.

Are you sure it is just your brain?
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(01-05-2018, 07:14 PM)Pssst Wrote: Are you sure it is just your brain?


I don't see how it could just be my brain actually. I mean sure, if they actually could explain without a doubt that the brain is creating this stuff, then I'll accept that. But in the meantime.....very realistic scenes? Pain? Extreme sensations? If it is just the brain, then it is pretty damn good at making things up. Which begs the question in a way, right?

I know you have an answer Pssst, so let's 'ave it!  Big Grin
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(01-05-2018, 08:04 PM)diverdown Wrote: I don't see how it could just be my brain actually. I mean sure, if they actually could explain without a doubt that the brain is creating this stuff, then I'll accept that. But in the meantime.....very realistic scenes? Pain? Extreme sensations? If it is just the brain, then it is pretty damn good at making things up. Which begs the question in a way, right?

I know you have an answer Pssst, so let's 'ave it!  Big Grin

How the physical brain acts as a processor of dream information is unknown nonetheless it is nothing more than an antennae. Like the antennae on a TV, it receives data, creates none. Then where does this data come from and why?

Think of this scenario.

Very imaginative stuff you have dreamt. What if the Higher Mind, which 'speaks' to you through the conduit called Imagination, was the Creator of the dreams? Your HM knows why you are here in physical reality since it is always with you, nudging, guiding, creating synchronicites as signs, etc. Through dreams it can create for you experiences that you would not or could not experience within the framework of the basics of how physical reality works. Yet you apparently desired those experiences, so you shall have them in a safe, controlled, non-injurious way. Played out in an astral realm. These experiences are part of the overall theme you incarnated to explore.

Everyone has to interpret their own dream data but my sense of yours is that you wanted to experience the maximum states of the energy envelope. Max speed, compression/decompression, feeling of the absence of gravity, the extremes within our physical reality - without killing yourself.

It is all you, your brain is along for the ride.

You are blending the non-physical dream state with the physical dream state (reality)...so that you can truly live your dreams.
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(01-05-2018, 09:09 PM)Pssst Wrote: How the physical brain acts as a processor of dream information is unknown nonetheless it is nothing more than an antennae. Like the antennae on a TV, it receives data, creates none. Then where does this data come from and why?

Think of this scenario.

Very imaginative stuff you have dreamt. What if the Higher Mind, which 'speaks' to you through the conduit called Imagination, was the Creator of the dreams? Your HM knows why you are here in physical reality since it is always with you, nudging, guiding, creating synchronicites as signs, etc. Through dreams it can create for you experiences that you would not or could not experience within the framework of the basics of how physical reality works. Yet you apparently desired those experiences, so you shall have them in a safe, controlled, non-injurious way. Played out in an astral realm. These experiences are part of the overall theme you incarnated to explore.

Everyone has to interpret their own dream data but my sense of yours is that you wanted to experience the maximum states of the energy envelope. Max speed, compression/decompression, feeling of the absence of gravity, the extremes within our physical reality - without killing yourself.

It is all you, your brain is along for the ride.

You are blending the non-physical dream state with the physical dream state (reality)...so that you can truly live your dreams.

Thanks for the above post! It was certainly something similar to what I was thinking it might be. 

Though, I'm not sure what to do with this information? I've had possible a TK experience infront of me, my friend has his tent move apparently by itself, I've had countless synchronicities in my life that are interesting to say the least and sometimes things just work out for me that I would never have expected to. I sometimes get the impression that something is leaving bits and pieces for me to discover, that hint about some of the true nature of our reality. Now why would I think that? Why would any human want to believe in that? Why does my mind specifically, jump to that conclusion quickly? 

And you can look at the NDE research and experiences that people have done and had. It's not definitive, but maybe this stuff will never be. But it definitely suggests an underlying reality to all these phenomena that we here at Psience Quest love to talk about. It's almost like I operate in two realities at the same time. I have my grounded logical self, concerned with the everyday stuff. But I also have my more natural right brain self, the one that secretly wants all this stuff to be 'true' and that secretly believes it all and operates this belief within my brain on a subconscious level (hope I'm not rambling too much lol).

I suppose personally, I keep both sides as tools to be used. One day I might be more dismissive of any spiritualistic reality, and the next I might switch completely, seeing the world in that manner. I'm currently going through the spiritual phase at the moment lol!
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I had a dream recently where I became lucid. Before I became lucid, I was following someone into the forest. At some point the forest became very real. I could smell the pine trees, I could feel the dirt under my feet, as I was barefoot. I became lucid, and at the second I was lucid, a force pulled me up, out of the forest and suspended me in the sky. I remember being sucked out of the woods and watching the trees get smaller as I was pulled up. 

This feeling of being "pulled up" is common when I become lucid. I've been sucked out of apartments and houses too within dreams when I become lucid. It feels like my brain is actively trying to prevent me from being lucid.

Anyway, this latest dream where I was suspended above the trees, I thought, well, maybe I can try to fly. I literally did a swimming motion with arms and feet, haha. I didn't get very far. Then the force suspending me released me, which is what I was afraid would happen. And I just fell and fell until I hit the trees. I could feel the branches hitting my face, and I was falling, falling. I remember thinking I knew this would happen. However, I landed safely, in soft, powdery dirt and felt no pain.

Then I woke up.

I hate how so many stupid things do this to me when I become lucid. It's like my dream world turns against me when I'm lucid and tries to force me to awaken.
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I've heard it suggested that the falling, followed by some sudden stop and awakening is a visualisation of the process of one's consciousness re-entering the body, similar to the return after an NDE, but usually rather less traumatic. The counterpart to this idea is that we all separate from the body during sleeping, whether it is recalled or not.
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(01-06-2018, 12:12 AM)diverdown Wrote: Thanks for the above post! It was certainly something similar to what I was thinking it might be. 

Though, I'm not sure what to do with this information? I've had possible a TK experience infront of me, my friend has his tent move apparently by itself, I've had countless synchronicities in my life that are interesting to say the least and sometimes things just work out for me that I would never have expected to. I sometimes get the impression that something is leaving bits and pieces for me to discover, that hint about some of the true nature of our reality. Now why would I think that? Why would any human want to believe in that? Why does my mind specifically, jump to that conclusion quickly?

Because your intuition tells you that it is and your intuition is correct. Those bits and pieces are synchronous events, not accidents, and who sets up such signs for you?

Quote:And you can look at the NDE research and experiences that people have done and had. It's not definitive, but maybe this stuff will never be. But it definitely suggests an underlying reality to all these phenomena that we here at Psience Quest love to talk about. It's almost like I operate in two realities at the same time. I have my grounded logical self, concerned with the everyday stuff. But I also have my more natural right brain self, the one that secretly wants all this stuff to be 'true' and that secretly believes it all and operates this belief within my brain on a subconscious level (hope I'm not rambling too much lol).

As you awaken, begin to remember who you really are, this feeling of being out of sorts is the effect of your physical reality becoming more malleable, more flexible, less rigid. The higher your vibration, the more this effect escalates to the point where you could, potentially, find yourself be-side yourself.

Quote:I suppose personally, I keep both sides as tools to be used. One day I might be more dismissive of any spiritualistic reality, and the next I might switch completely, seeing the world in that manner. I'm currently going through the spiritual phase at the moment lol!

Learn from both phases, that is why they are there.
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