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I get getting the same dream which is annoying, since it affects my way of thinking from timt to time. Has anyone gotten the same bad dream over again?

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Re: Dreams

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I get getting the same dream which is annoying, since it affects my way of thinking from timt to time. Has anyone gotten the same bad dream over again?


They say a reoccurring dream is your mind trying to warn, or bring you attention of/to something.

 

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I get getting the same dream which is annoying, since it affects my way of thinking from timt to time. Has anyone gotten the same bad dream over again?



Tellling us what the dream actually is might help us decide if it's something we've experienced!

 

I used to dream the same thing over & over again, I also used to have that 'falling" dream a lot of people have, but only when I was much younger, do I still dream?, yes, dreams are great.

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I haven't dreamt in awhile, and that is freaking me out. I just want to dream!

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I haven't dreamt in awhile, and that is freaking me out. I just want to dream!


That means you are not getting qaulity sleep.   Or you just don't remember dreaming when you wake up.

 

Related question.... I dream in color, no joke.  I have heard that was impossible.  Is it, or no?

 

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I thought only old people dreamt in black and white?

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I thought only old people dreamt in black and white?


That's what I am saying.  I remember about 85% of my dreams, and they are most certainly in colour (BRIT :manwink:).  Supposedly that is not supposed to be so.

 

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Bulletpainpills wrote:

I haven't dreamt in awhile, and that is freaking me out. I just want to dream!


That means you are not getting qaulity sleep.   Or you just don't remember dreaming when you wake up.

 

Related question.... I dream in color, no joke.  I have heard that was impossible.  Is it, or no?

 

Moble


Hm, I dream in color all the time. Nothing is really impossible in dreams. :smileytongue:


 

On a related note, I once achieved "lucidity" recently by accident. I consciously told myself and I was late, then I forced myself to wake up. Instead of waking up physically, I woke up in my dream. The fog was lifted, everything hyper-realistic, free roaming, the works. I was able to walk around my old highschool, have conversations with my old classmates, and watch the science fair we had back in 2006. When I did "wake up" the nap just took about 15 minutes but it felt like hours in the dream. :smileyvery-happy:

Cool stuff. Never made it happen again though.

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moblesuit75 wrote:

Bulletpainpills wrote:

I haven't dreamt in awhile, and that is freaking me out. I just want to dream!


That means you are not getting quality sleep.   Or you just don't remember dreaming when you wake up.

 

Related question.... I dream in color, no joke.  I have heard that was impossible.  Is it, or no?

 

Moble


Hm, I dream in color all the time. Nothing is really impossible in dreams. :smileytongue:


 

On a related note, I once achieved "lucidity" recently by accident. I consciously told myself and I was late, then I forced myself to wake up. Instead of waking up physically, I woke up in my dream. The fog was lifted, everything hyper-realistic, free roaming, the works. I was able to walk around my old highschool, have conversations with my old classmates, and watch the science fair we had back in 2006. When I did "wake up" the nap just took about 15 minutes but it felt like hours in the dream. :smileyvery-happy:

Cool stuff. Never made it happen again though.

 

 

Have you ever experienced sleep paralysis?  I have twice.  

 

The idea is; you go into REM Sleep, so your brain shuts down movement.  This is done so that you do not act out your dreams, physically.  Some people have a problem with this, where they actually kick and punch their bedmate.  Back to paralysis though.  You wake up, open eyes, but you cannot move.  The only trick here is; when you are in REM sleep, your inner ear vibrates.  This action gives the person the feeling of vibrating and an audible humming noise.

 

This happened to me twice, as I have said.  Real scary *bleep*.  I could not move anything, except my eyes.  I tried screaming out, but I couldn't speak.  The humming was there too, and I felt like I was numb all over.  F'n terrifying!  Closed my eyes finally and fell back to sleep. Woke up about ten minutes later and was fine.  I know ten minutes because in my view, while paralyzed I could see my clock.

 

They say this sleeping mishap is a solid exploitation to those who say they were abducted from their beds by aliens.  I didn't call Agent Mulder or NASA, I called my Neurologist, and this is what he told me.

 

FREAKY!

 

Moble

 

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Re: Dreams

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n0rmal94 wrote:

I get getting the same dream which is annoying, since it affects my way of thinking from timt to time. Has anyone gotten the same bad dream over again?


They say a reoccurring dream is your mind trying to warn, or bring you attention of/to something.

 

Moble


Ive been getting this dream of my dad getting shot and dieing 3 times now :smileysad:

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