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Do you remember your dreams, and if so, are they weird?

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I actually remembered the dream I had when I woke up this morning. Completely weird stuff.

I don't remember most of my dreams as gone before I remember to think of them.

 

Of the dreams I do remember, there are two recurring themes, based on my life.

In one, I'm working as a nurse on a ward. I work my butt off all day long, but when it comes time to go home, I have not done anything.

In the other theme, I'm in the military, but I can never get all my kit, no matter how much I try.

 

Be strange enough if it was just once, but to happen over and over makes me wonder what my dreams are trying to tell me.

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Yes, I remember many of my dreams. Often dream of my parents, which is nice coz, they snuffed it a few years ago.

 

A few dreams seem very real; as if I'm truly experiencing another life.

 

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I always go to sleep hoping I'll dream of having sex with a DDG woman, but never get lucky. Sometimes I almost get there, but never get to go all the way.

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13 minutes ago, faraday said:

A few dreams seem very real; as if I'm truly experiencing another life.

Sometimes I don't know if my memories are real, or of a realistic dream I had a while back.

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funny this topic came up as I was just trying to wonder about my state of mind concerning 1 or 2 dreams I have. 

 

the other night..... I'm at a hiso party, evidently at the White House, as Donald is  hosting in a tux. I've got his wife who is crying on my shoulder. It turns out, Donald's married to Princess Diana. She comes on to me and i try to fight her off as I dont want CIA to kill me. She strips off and has these little t#ts covered in spots. She pulls a blanket over us and I realise that everyone is watching us. Next Donald is meeting me in Central Bang Na in order for us to go see my parents to work out what can be done about the fact his wife and i nearly did it at a major White House function. Then were sat with my Dad, having a beer and he tells me that it's really ok and we're actually good buddies. 

 

I wake up and go to work. It was very vivid.

 

15 years ago, I dreamt my deceased Nan came to see me and told me, very straight, to stop smoking pot. it stands out more than any other dream as I cried when I woke up. (I loved my old cockney Nan) I didnt stop straight away. Now I havent smoked for about 8 months. but I did take a tramadol the other night.

 

Any budding dream analysts care to enlighten me about what's on my mind. 🙂

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9 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Do you remember your dreams, and if so, are they weird?

Yes many !!!  This is just one, I fell out of bed one time here in Thailand, dreaming of defending myself and remember not being able to hit the person in the dream, I ended up falling out of bed and fractured my wrist on the hard wooden floor. 

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They say you only dream in rem sleep is it? anyway load of krap I can dream in seconds of  hitting the bed at almost anytime of day or  night

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Most of the time I don't remember much and what I remember when I just wake up I don't remember anymore 5 minutes later.

Mostly it is totally weird staff with no visible connection to my life now or anytime until now. And things and location change from one "frame" to the next. But in my dreams I don't think that is weird.

 

On the other hand my brain seems to work at night. Sometime when I work on a problem on one day I wake up the next day and have a good idea how to solve this.

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Your dream are a manifestation of your concern about your lack of achievement or attainment of some goal.

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Remember Heart & These Dreams?

 

..."every second of the night, I live another life"

 

I normally have trouble sleeping, & will take Valerian from iherb. They give me extremely vivid dreams.

 

 

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I dream, well don't we all, but I tend to remember mine when I wake up.

 

They are all over the place in terms of content. 

 

They often feature people of people I have known over the years, but not necessarily in the location where I knew them.

 

I don't often have disturbing dreams, but they can often be really weird.

 

Last night for example. I work at at airport, for some reason my wife was there and I went to the bathroom. That it appears was in a hospital. I then tried to find my way back to the airport, where on the way I encountered two co-workers who knew the way back. But when one of them started puking up, I went off by myself, getting totally lost. i remember being very concerned that I had left my phone at the airport, couldn't tell my wife where I was.  I do have the ability to wake myself up when dreams get out of hand, which last nights did.

 

Just one of many of a lifetime of bizarre nighttime adventures

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21 hours ago, faraday said:

Yes, I remember many of my dreams. Often dream of my parents, which is nice coz, they snuffed it a few years ago.

 

A few dreams seem very real; as if I'm truly experiencing another life.

 

Thankfully my parents don't often figure in my dreams, since it generally makes me sad.

I remember once my wife waking me up since I was crying in my sleep, dreaming about my long dead Mom.

 

It's funny how these things all work out differently in our sleeping subconscious

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