The Time Travel Thread in Nature Of Reality Posted June 14, 2020 · Edited June 14, 2020 by TruthSeeker27 15 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said: @TruthSeeker22 That was a very interesting experience you related to me! I had a similar "dream" myself a few weeks ago. I dreamt I was in a very modern and sleek house with a patio into a garden. I was a woman in her 20s ( I'm 52) with a handsome professional man with a lot of money, and we hadn't been married that long. It was night and we were going to bed, but I felt thirsty so went down to the kitchen to get a glass of water and I started looking around and at this point I realised something didn't resonate, like I knew that this was not me, not my reality. I know Quantum Leap! I loved that series. This is how felt in the dream- that I'd leapt into someone else. This was a young woman all mooney over a handsome guy- not me at all! I'm a bit of a loner too and not interested in men that way. I'm a confirmed singleton. The fact you woke up out of bed on your feet does suggest to me that you had some kind of leap, or an astral travel. I think an astral travel is a good fit for your experience. In fact astral travel might be one way of time travel. Hey. Have only just noticed your response here (didn't register as a notification). It's interesting how these experiences can happen. The term "glitch in the Matrix" comes to mind. It really does feel like as though we're all tuned into certain channels on a radio, and like how when the connection messes up and you can hear the sound of another station in the background. Mr. Icke used this to describe seeing ghosts and stuff, and how that might happen. I wonder if the same applies to our experiences. Perhaps for a few moments we tune into another radio station, if you get what I mean? Astral travel is an interesting way of looking at it. And yes, waking up on my feet is a little strange. In all my research, most people "wake" up in the same position they'd been in before the experience began, but I had physically moved and my posture was identical to how it was before the experience/dream ended.