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A lucid dream and out of body



Type of Spiritual Experience


There appears to be a generally held belief amongst accomplished out of body travellers that a fair proportion of dreams are also out of body if we could only remember them.  Here is someone who dreamed and went out of body - a long way out of body!

A description of the experience

Citation:   Just a Man. "Peace in a Dream: An Experience with Dreams (ID 38148)". Erowid.org. Mar 30, 2006. erowid.org/exp/38148

There are a few dreams that I can recall somewhat vividly, but there is one that stands out far more than others. I can't recall what I was doing earlier in the day prior to my falling asleep that would allow my mind to open as much as it did in my dream. Please note that I am a habitual marijuana smoker, enjoying about .5 grams per day, and on this day I did nothing out of the ordinary for my lifestyle.

I'm not sure how my dream started off, but I remember being aware of myself in a dark room just sitting there and wondering why I was sitting there. I then decided I needed some perspective as to why I was in that room and I left, but I didn't use the door. I went through the ceiling, and was looking down at my house, but I didn't stop there I just kept going up gaining more and more perspective the further I went.

Soon I was floating up through the atmosphere looking down on the earth as I kept moving further and further away. My perspective was now that of astronauts orbiting the planet, and then it seemed like all I did was blink and the earth was nowhere in sight. I was in space, with nothing but nothing around me. I could see stars in the vast distance, and knew the general direction of earth but I was not to concerned about getting back. I had no body, nothing to contain my spirit or essence, or whatever I was at that point. Just me in space, but I did not feel alone, I felt a greater presence around me and it was comforting.

I was so content with just being there, it is hard to find the words to describe the level of completeness I was feeling. I was so at peace I didn't leave, I was just there observing the living universe. I thought I was going to be there forever, I felt that I had been there before and I knew my way around. It was then I asked if this is where I'm going to be when I leave my body for good. I received an affirmation to my thought and I felt even more content with everything. I didn't want to leave, and it was then that a blinding light took over the vast darkness and I woke up feeling better than ever.

I consider myself to be a spiritual person, and although I claim no religion I have studied many religions. …. I've also taken many types of psychedelics in my time, but the last time I've ingested anything other than marijuana was back in 2000.

The source of the experience


Concepts, symbols and science items



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Activities and commonsteps


Lucid dreaming