Oct 9, 2019 | 10:43
Usually when I concentrate very hard on what I should do when I wake up, I dream of waking up and getting myself prepared for whatever I need to do, it's kind of a reminder but instead of sticky notes it's a short dream.
I've had one of those today but it was slightly weirder than usual.
It's 7:15am and I'm tired, I want to sleep, my sister is making a heck of a noise. I decide I'll get up at 7:20. I concentrate very hard so my intern clock will wake me up at 7:20, as I don't want to be late for work.
I fall asleep and dream that I'm in my bed, staring at my clock as I usually do (it's an electronic clock with red neons), but I hear a banging noise, like plates bumping against each other. I think 'Oh It's my mom doing the dishes' 'But It could be my sister making noise too' '...Or something else'.
I wake up, it's 7:16, I hear the plates again, it's affecting my dreams, I still have time so I fall asleep again.
This time in my dreams I decide to get up and see downstares, my dad isn't there (probably showering), I want to see in the kitchen what is making all this fuss, the whole house has a threatening aura and it's so dark. I feel a presence.
I wake up, it's 7:18, I fall asleep.
This time my vision is distorted, the red neons of my clock move like I'm seeing triple. The noise is still there, I get up, and see some strange, skinny monsters (werewolves-like?) in the darkness, I say: 'There's powerful surnatural beings here'.
My vision is getting worse, but I say in the most natural way possible 'I'm Psychic too, I'll beat the crap out of them'. I walk very slowly and my door is facing west instead of north, like the monsters are challenging me or something. 'Shit, they're strong' I think.
I'm awake , it's 7:20, I get up and go downstairs and there's my mom in the kitchen doing the dishes, as I thought.
...Why the heck was I saying that with such confidence. I'm not psychic at all. Maybe if I train in my dreams I'll be psychic in real life? I don't want to exorcice the monsters though, I want to befriend them and ask them questions.