I do. It is interesting how over the years I have developed these skills. It all started when I was 10 yrs old. I dreamed I was trapped in school and there is a tall fence that blocked me in. I couldnt climb it and had no way to get under it. So it was this moment I learned to levitate over the fence. It took me a few hrs to do it, at least it felt like a few hrs. From this moment on, I gradually develop my skills.
I had another dream where a monster was chasing me through a corridor. I had no way to escape. I usually would try to leap away but in this situation I couldnt. So I had to turn around and face the monster. I did and I summon my chi and was able to launch a palm strike that viporize it. This skill was develop when I was at the age of 19.
Without going thru every dream where I showcase my abilities.. I will jump to what level I am today. It was just this morning when I awoke and realize I have reach the level of a Great. In this dream, I was in love with a girl. I wanted to see her bad. And I heard she was somewhere across the bay. So I quickly leap and use my lightness kungfu and run on air the rest of the way across the bay without touching water. I also ran up the wall of a tall building with ease as well. In the past, I would have to devote alot of energy and focus on these feat and sometimes I would not move so swiftly and had trouble getting heights. But this morning, I could do it without much thought. Also my chi is profound. I can launch a strike that would shatter buildings or perhaps even mountains. I have killed so many villians in my nightmares that I no longer have them anymore. It's been several years since my last nightmare. Going back to that dream, I found her finally and she was in tears over her boyfriend. I comforted her and warn the boyfriend to treat her well. The boyfriend agreed to do so and I left them afterwards.
Btw, I rarely have these types of dreams but I remember them vividly when I do. I just thought I share them as I wonder if anyone else has wuxia abilities in their dreams.