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#1    seanofabeach

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Posted 25 December 2007 - 10:09 PM

there are three ways I can fly in my dreams. the first is a three strep stride. I start with two long strides and "launch when my right leg lands for the third stride and I bend my knee to give it a final push" this flight works when I need to jump on top of a roof or structure..the second is a double leg push which causes me to shoot straight up, this can be used inside a building and I can go through the ceiling (which is a really weird feeling) I shoot straight up and can view everything from whatever hight I want.when I come down I put my arms straight out which slows meydecent..I have yet been able to stay hovering in a dream I always seem to drift..The third is a floating levitation. This is the one I have least control in but feels the coolest.. all I do is put my arms out to the sides, tighten my leg muscles and stretch my neck up in tune with the "Floating"..I then am weightless like there is no gravity but I always float upwards to the ceiling and have to push off from there..I have gotten pretty good at flying in my dreams and have been doing this in my dreams as long as I can remember...


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Posted 26 December 2007 - 01:39 AM

i don't fly in my dreams, dreams are a look in side your mind and at times your entertainment, i have dreams every night the majority of my dreams are just like real life my dreams are incredicbley detailed and complex i also can feel in dreamd i feel everything from pain, to fear and, love i even think in my dreams in my dreams i remember everydetail of it even the texture of stuff and the feel of the sun on my skin

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 02:39 PM

I love the flying dreams. I usually either have to concentrate and I just lift up, or most of the time, it's basically really long and high jumps that seem to go in slow motion.


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Posted 26 December 2007 - 03:15 PM

Forget flying. How do you run in your dreams.

Ever tried running when you're dreaming? It's impossible.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 05:35 PM

When I fly it is usually when i am being chased. I kind of drift upwards until im flying. the person i am fleeing can still grab at me no matter how high I go.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 08:17 PM

It's kinda strange how my flying dreams have ended up. Most of the time I can't start flying until I realize it's just a dream, but other times I end up realizing it because I'm flying tongue.gif

But I remember it progressing from random floating, to kinda like riding a bike (The faster I pedaled as if i was on a bike, the higher I went), then eventually I got full control of my dreams, and when I fly I just think it, and I'm doing it. Direction, speed, hovering, anything. I just think it and it happens. Plus when I realize it's a dream I get full control of most everything in the dream. Most of the time I'll continue with the storyline that's already there, but I'll just end it with god-like powers.

The last time I dreamed like that it was an end of the world scenario where some guy had kidnapped my girlfriend and was going to use her to destroy the world. So me going god-like didn't really seem so strange when I realized it tongue.gif

But ya, that's my flying dreams in a nutshell.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 08:21 PM

I generally fly in my dreams by flapping my arms up and down untill the lady at the checkout desk gives me my ticket.

Curiously, I can't READ in my dreams..... if I ever see a newspaper - or a book - it's always just a smudge.

Of course... it IS difficult to read when the book is in your hand, and the hand is on an arm that's being flapped up and down.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 08:58 PM

Reptilian on Dec 26 2007, 10:15 AM, said:

Forget flying. How do you run in your dreams.

Ever tried running when you're dreaming? It's impossible.


I know what you mean. However, I have a recurring dream where I find myself unable to run as you say. But when I drop down on all fours and run like a cat would(front "legs" pulling through back legs before stretching back out) I run at speeds I've never known before. I have this dream often although it's not always the same location.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 09:01 PM

HammeroftheGods on Dec 26 2007, 06:28 PM, said:

I know what you mean. However, I have a recurring dream where I find myself unable to run as you say. But when I drop down on all fours and run like a cat would(front "legs" pulling through back legs before stretching back out) I run at speeds I've never known before. I have this dream often although it's not always the same location.



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Posted 26 December 2007 - 09:04 PM

HammeroftheGods on Dec 26 2007, 08:58 PM, said:

I know what you mean. However, I have a recurring dream where I find myself unable to run as you say. But when I drop down on all fours and run like a cat would(front "legs" pulling through back legs before stretching back out) I run at speeds I've never known before. I have this dream often although it's not always the same location.

That sounds amazing!

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 09:05 PM

GeneBrowne on Dec 26 2007, 04:01 PM, said:

I just had to reply because of your name!

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Thanks. I'd like to add that only once(that I recall) have I "flown" in a dream. I "float"(just a foot or so off the ground) a lot though.

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Posted 26 December 2007 - 09:16 PM

speaking of dreams...I had a dreak the other day that I couldn't wake up from. I was trying but I couldn't. I was even lucid enough to wonder if I was really awake and then to test it out.it was like a dream onion. i finally woke up because a phone rang but it took a long time...no flying but i did try to jump in my dream and my dream self couldnt do it.

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 02:02 AM

Personal flight in dreams is all about the application of power and control. Since I was a very young child, I have been flying. I started with a  run up and then a long jump. I remember when I was a few years old, and successfully jumped /flew over our front fence(about a yard/metre high.) As control improved, less power of thought was required. I began by floating around the ceilings of our house. Mum and dad could only catch me when I had to come down to go through the doorways.Eventually I overcame this problem by learning to meld my molecules with that of solid objects so I could pass through the walls, but thats another story.

As i grew older I graduated to fling around the night sky (I used a clasic superman position which does actually reduce wind reistance once you start to get your speed up.) I would fly up on our roof and walk around, then up onto our TV antenna, about 20 metres up in the air. From there I could watch all sorts of goings on, and just like in those horror movies, no one looks up at a TV antenna in the dead of night.

I used to go round the town, dropping in on friends and pretty girls, but after this got me in a little trouble, I decided to focus my efforts on one big adventure, Around the world in one night.

First I exrtended my training by flying out to some off shore islands ,between 10 and 30 k's away. When I was ready, I took off,  following approximately the line of lattitude of my home town. I will never forget that dream. of forty years ago

The colour of the nullabour cliffs on sunset as i flew along them and the thousands of seabirds coming in to roost for the night. The people on the deck of an ocean going cruise ship as I flew past them. The lights of what turned out to be an anchovie fishing fleet off the island of madagascar.Flying through dust above herds of wildebeest and other animals on the afroicamn plains.Then flying through the Zambesi falls to wash the dust off and refesh me a little.

It was hard getting through the andes mountains, For some reason, greatly increased altitude required a lot more mental energy.Eventually I cheated a little and flew up some river valleys and glaciers, across  a lower ridge and down the other side. The pacific was a little boring, although pretty, but flying over the fascinating statues on easter island broke the journey.I was getting tired by the time i got to new zealand, but i remember it was green and pretty. I got home about 6 real hours after i left.

I can also fly using electrical energy which grounds itself as a constant spark between you and the earth. However you can't fly over water using this method, as the energy dissipates too fast(you can glide over narrow bodies of water)


You can control different elements of flight. One good dream i had this year was teaching others how to do a controlled descent from a high cliff. My wife and I would jump off and show how you concentrated your will power to land safely. It was hilarious watching the beginners. They would panic as they reached the ground and apply too much counter force. This meant they bounced back up in the air again then completed a series of smaller bounces until they landed safely.

I also like flying on dragon back,by light sail ship and by a.i.  controlled fast ship, where I am the ai. However, my second best- loved form of flight (and the second I learned to use ) is by magic carpet. Once you learn the control words for these they are fast and fun to fly. You can also take a number of passengers depending on their size. One thing I learned at an early age, however, was to fit them out with either seat belts or a force bubble. It can be a bit embarassing if you, or your passengers, fall off while you are displaying an immelman turn, or looping the loop. As I've got older, my flying habits have become more cautious, but I know what you young people are like rolleyes.gif


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Posted 27 December 2007 - 03:36 AM

I also love flying in my dreams. Is such an amazing feeling, & probably one of the best we can experience as humans.

Ways I've flown in my dreams are:

-I was in a go-cart type vehicle riding down the hill near my house, and when I reached near bottom I started to slowly lift off the ground.
-In my backyard holding a plastic bag (???) and started to float away (like a hot air balloon) over the trees.

Not to mention, I was young in these dreams, probably around 8-12 years old.

One thing is, I will never forget those experiences. They are clear in my mind till this day!

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 05:13 AM

seanofabeach on Dec 25 2007, 10:09 PM, said:

there are three ways I can fly in my dreams. the first is a three strep stride. I start with two long strides and "launch when my right leg lands for the third stride and I bend my knee to give it a final push" this flight works when I need to jump on top of a roof or structure..the second is a double leg push which causes me to shoot straight up, this can be used inside a building and I can go through the ceiling (which is a really weird feeling) I shoot straight up and can view everything from whatever hight I want.when I come down I put my arms straight out which slows meydecent..I have yet been able to stay hovering in a dream I always seem to drift..The third is a floating levitation. This is the one I have least control in but feels the coolest.. all I do is put my arms out to the sides, tighten my leg muscles and stretch my neck up in tune with the "Floating"..I then am weightless like there is no gravity but I always float upwards to the ceiling and have to push off from there..I have gotten pretty good at flying in my dreams and have been doing this in my dreams as long as I can remember...


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