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Old 28-06-2019, 02:17 PM
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I used to get them but havenít had one for ages. I even dreamt of balloons being popped and it was so loud it sounded real it woke me up. I used to look around my room and see if any had popped whilst I was sleeping it was always a dream.
When balloons have popped in my dreams, they arenít loud at all. Thatís probably why Iíve learned to have no fear of them in dreamland. Whatís interesting is that they never really burst violently. Itís more of a rapid deflation. Everyone will have different experiences though. Itís interesting to hear other peopleís stories.
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I used to get them but havenít had one for ages. I even dreamt of balloons being popped and it was so loud it sounded real it woke me up. I used to look around my room and see if any had popped whilst I was sleeping it was always a dream.
same here !
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Old 13-08-2019, 11:30 AM
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I had a balloon dream this past night. I was at some party, but apparently mostly alone, and this girl I knew was there and she was sitting on a chair and was squeezing a small red balloon, maybe 9 inch, between her legs. She kept squeezing and releasing, squeezing and releasing then POP!

Me, who has never spoke of my fetish to anyone in real life, tells her to do it again and she pops another. I tell her I really like when she pops them and start getting intimate and squeezing a balloon between us.

Then before it gets good my alarm clock is going off...damn!! No wet dream but definitely a hard on!
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Old 13-08-2019, 01:07 PM
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I hate those moments when something interrupts my balloon dreams.

Good dream!! :-) Shitty alarm!! >:-)
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Old 13-08-2019, 07:50 PM
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I can’t say I’ve ever had dreams involving balloons, but in my early teens I’d often have dreams involving life jackets. Oddly usually those orange ones too. Dunno why though as most dreams often stem from a recent visual stimulus or experience. My partner one told she’d had a (for her) a really bizarre dream involving some sort of inflatable thing a week or so after I’d got her to use a beach ball together for the first time. The strange thing was though how vivid it was to her as she explained to me after- to the extent she even woke up with a start mid-dream, heart pounding and err, rather wet ‘downstairs’ as she put it!
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I have done several sessions with listening to binural beats music while lying on my bed wearing my blue inflatable latex suit.
This suit has inflatable feets and an open face inflatable hood atached.
To make the exsperience more intense i wore a latex hood under the inflatable hood last time.
Lying on my back on my bed in the inflated suit and with the earphones plugged in it usualy take about ten minutters for the binural beats music to do its magic.
Last friday i had one of the best sessions ever and it must have been a lucid dream.
Going into a deep trance i began to feel and hear the suit change its position.
I began to feel the latex more intense on my body and the suit made small bumb sounds all around on my body.
The deeper in trance i went the more powerfull it felt.
I began to feel my legs and arms rising and the sensation got more intense.
Then the back zipper felt harder on my back.
The suit kept making the small bumbing sounds.
I felt the suit doing something under my shoulders lastely and i felt like i was rising.
The floating sensation increased and it felt like i was floating in the air in the suit.
Wearing my latex hood i couldn't see anything, but the sensation made me really exited down there and i woke up on the bed.
The lucid dream was over.
It's definitaly something that i will practice more since itĻs souch a cool exsperience and i usualy spend half a night in the suit before showering and going to sleep.
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It’s not quite lucid dreaming, otherwise you’d have full visuals and completely new sensations, not connected to your body. For beginners, it’s much more common after 6 or so hours of sleep. It sounds to me more like a mediative state. I’ve had sensations like I’m floating while meditating.

Another little piece of advice; binaural beats don’t actually work. I used to believe it as well because it worked. Then I found out there was no scientific evidence supporting it and it’s just placebo. I tried the same thing without binaural beats (just trance like music that helps me relax and block out other sounds) and it had the same effect. Useful to know in case you don’t like the binaural beat sounds. Any chill music will work. Maybe you could try a underwater ambience to maximise your immersion. mynoise.net has lots of sounds and an app.
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Well i think you are right about the binural beats becauce i have tried both.
But.
I usualy go into a deeper state of trance listening to binural beats music quicker.
Some of the binural beats music has too much flute music and that's too noisy for me.
The most effective for me is the humming sounds and light music.
That together with the rubber feeling and dark is usualy enough to send me into a state of deep trance.
The only thing i really can't explain is me feeling and hearing the suit doing something while i am in the state of trance.
My conclution is that i'm experimenting a combination of trance and lucid dreaming

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Sounds like the hypnagogic state between sleep and wake. It’s sometimes combined with sleep paralysis, but not always. You can hear and feel stuff and sometimes get fleeting visuals.
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I think it's something like that.
It's definitaly something that i will practice more since it's souch a cool exsperience
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