Written by Brett Weiss
I wrote the following after waking up this morning from one of the most interesting lucid dreams that I can recall having (I have frequent lucid dreams):
I just awoke from one of the most interesting lucid dreams I’ve ever had. The message of the dream was about creative consciousness and how I have access to some ideas like some great minds of science and art. Then, I started seeing amazing shapes zipping along a conveyor belt; and the dream showed me how when I woke up, I could actually make these shapes and images out of transparent colored papers and other tools. Then, I saw my old friend from Iowa riding a bicycle but he was much younger than when I knew him and with a beard. Then, I just let myself fall and fell continuously as I watched stars and universal shapes go by. At that point, I could have had a jerking reaction to awaken myself from a dream of falling; but I trusted my dream such that I just let myself continuously fall. A really interesting and novel song came on, and the dream told me to wake up and write the song down. It was a long song filled with interesting lyrics. I wrote the first two lines, which was all I could remember when I woke up, “The wind comes trailing in. It goes round and round and round. Up the monkey’s tailpipe lungs. It swirls round and round and round.”
I wrote another article about lucid dreaming previously and found this state of consciousness quite interesting.