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    The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  Violet on Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:18 pm

    I was dreaming just before I was woken up yesterday, it was quite an intense dream as I remember, but I don't remember the content (being so rudely dragged out of it,) it was a neighbours dog which woke me barking it's head off at silly o'clock, thing is it felt like i'd been wrenched out of it like it was almost a physical sensation, am I being silly or can being pulled out of dream affect you physically I felt rough all day yesterday.



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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  innerlight on Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:26 pm

    Violet wrote:I was dreaming just before I was woken up yesterday, it was quite an intense dream as I remember, but I don't remember the content (being so rudely dragged out of it,) it was a neighbours dog which woke me barking it's head off at silly o'clock, thing is it felt like i'd been wrenched out of it like it was almost a physical sensation, am I being silly or can being pulled out of dream affect you physically I felt rough all day yesterday.

    I don't think it's the being drug out of the dream that is rough on us more of the when we are woken. There are many layers to our sleep pattern. As we gradually go into them from one stage to the next. The same can be said of us waking up from these stages. We go one way just to come back out the other. To have that cycle broken can wake us up to early and cause us to be more tired then we normally would be.
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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  feather on Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:58 am

    I know what you mean Violet, And I don't think that it is confined to dreaming. I know if I have a 'Nanny nap' in the afternoon and the phone rings and wakes me up...I feel really wonky for a while and it leaves me quite misaligned.
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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  SpiritVoices on Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:00 am

    I had the same as you,Violet not very long ago.

    Was dreaming a very realistic dream and was woken by the phone ringing.

    (7am!) Not only did I feel 'not with it' but was still partly in the dream.

    I lay there for a while,looked round the bedroom,wondering where I was.

    Couldn't place the room for a moment,felt as if I was in an entirely strange place.

    My mind or 'other consciousness' was still with me.

    Do you know what I mean? Where ever I was in the dream,I was still 'there'.

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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  feather on Fri Mar 16, 2012 12:51 am

    Yes Joanie, I know the feeling.... maybe it's astral travelling and being snapped back quickly causes the misalignment.
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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  SpiritVoices on Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:46 am

    A particularly very lucid dream.

    Don't want too many of those...
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    Re: The effects of being pulled out of a dream?

    Post  Violet on Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:42 pm

    Do you know what I mean? Where ever I was in the dream,I was still 'there'.



    Yeah I get this sometimes it can take ages to come out of it even after i've got up and come downstairs.



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