This Morning, a Strange Experience

This morning, I came home from class and, exhausted, fell asleep on my bed.

A minute or so later, I became aware of myself having a telepathic conversation with another person. I don't remember what we were talking about. But I do remember this very vividly- as I was talking with the other person, I could hear the sound of my own, deep breathing. I could not feel myself breathing and I was not conscious of the effort I made to breathe in and out, it seemed to be happening rhythmically on its own, separate from my 'dream' consciousnesses. It was as if I had somehow mentally stepped out, become separate from myself, and was observing ( hearing) my own breathing.

This has to be the first time in my life I've been able to listen to the sound of my own breath-clearly-while in a deep sleep. I felt separated from it.
 

shaandar shaandar
31-35, F
2 Responses Sep 12, 2009

If it was a lucid dream, and that's possible, it's difficult to know the difference. I have lucid dreams at least twice a week. Somehow I have telekinetic abilities in my lucid dreams and I wind up building giant Lego statues with my mind lol. They are incredible, enjoyable dreams.

maybe it was a lucid dream, mate.