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just yesterday i had a dream of donating my heart to a stranger well lets say stranger coz i didnt see his/her face clearly ,,,when i woke i put my hand on my chest and try to feel its beat and ran like 30 laps i would normally do it 15 .....darn i was so afraid ...i even saw a doctor take out my heart right in front of me and put it in a plate .....darn darn darn was it a nightmare or a dream ,,,,if i remember correctly i never had a dream like this ....this is the first one .. as much as i can remember i normally dream about random beautiful girls of my class having a nice flirty chat in a room or girls with big tits and blonde hair doing ********** (*(*(****(** and sometimes i see this weird dream i have been seeing since my childhood ....i know its the same but i just vaguely remember it
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I've noticed there are some rules to the dreams I have.

- For starters, I tend to have dreams about things I'm thinking a lot about. Stress and anxiety inevitably lead to nightmares, whereas indulging in things like anime or videogames, etc, lead to good dreams. In both cases, the nature and content of the dream seem to be deeply rooted in whatever happens to be the most on the back of my mind. If I'm watching a show about ninjas pretty much nonstop for weeks, I'll start to see ninjas being integrated into the dreams.

- Once I'm in a dream state, I can only control a dream with my emotions. I cannot consciously alter the flow of a dream. In other words, I need to subconsciously control a dream via my emotions, as opposed to controlling the dream consciously with reason or logic. By using this method, I can craft different settings, participants, and even moods within a dream state than what I was originally viewing. Almost like being able to manipulate a TV show.

- The more my conscious mind interferes with a dream/nightmare I'm having, the greater the likelihood that I'll wake up. Not only this, but the more I consciously interfere with the dream, the faster the flow of time within that dream becomes. I once shut out all conscious thought within a dream for four days, despite only having slept about 10 hours. When I think too much, I lose control of the dream and I wake up more quickly, as the flow of time within the dream hastens.

- In my experience, some dreams hold meaning, albeit not in the way many people seem to believe. Because dreams seem to be so deeply rooted in the subconscious mind, dreams offer an invaluable tool for appraising our psychological state, at times. A naturally flowing dream can show us things with the proper emotional coaxing. Depending on how we react emotionally to what we're seeing in a dream, it can cause that dream to latch onto that one thing we reacted to and bring focus to it. This can lead to both pleasant dreams and vicious nightmares.

- Flying is overrated. It really is.

- When you do take control of a dream, in my experience, it's difficult to think of anything worthwhile to do. When you mess with the flow of a dream, it can go very quickly from spending time at the tea house with your highschool crush to being devoured by zombies, as well. Weave your dreams with caution, if you do at all.

I could go on, but this is already a wall of text. Screw it.
Posted 7/27/12

MokaForTheWin wrote:


gaara579 wrote:


MokaForTheWin wrote:


gaara579 wrote:

My dreams are ussualy me back in High School.


so they are nightmares?


No, I like High school, but it makes me feel depressed and makes me sad.

ah i know that feeling, leaving your friends and memories is painful


No, just growing up sucks.
Posted 7/27/12

lol i'm actually excited to be 21 whats so bad about growing up?
Posted 7/27/12

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lol i'm actually excited to be 21 whats so bad about growing up?


Im 19. Working, more responisbilties etc. I didn't start to REALLY appricate HS till the 12th grade so I fucked up there......
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I dream that everyone will see each other as equals and to help better each other's community with their own unique perspective and cultural upbringing. I'm just tired of all the stupidity, repugnance, ignorance, and selfishness running through every mark of the world.
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I had a dream that my gf and I had a son that we so much talked about. we always discussed about our future plans, names of our kids and what not.
Posted 7/28/12
I only remember one dream.

In that dream I was wearing my pajamas and slippers and I was walking around my Junior School (that I attended 4 years ago).
I was walking and oranges started falling from the sky.
When they hit the ground they exploded into purple splashes of paint.

I have no idea what this dream meant, if you have any insight please do share =/=
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After writing this I think my dreams are pretty predicable and controlled, but still seem interesting and feel neat. I do dream in color.

I've had fully completed paintings appear in my dreams. Although, some were highly derivative of other's works, so I'm leery of trying to recreate any of them when I'm awake. Conversely, if I'm working on a painting I'll dream about painting it.

I'm pretty sure I've had premonition dreams, but I can't recall a specific example. I've had a feeling of déjà vu during dreams. A couple of times I've had suddenly had that strong feeling of déjà vu when I've remembered a dream after waking. Isn't that silly? It's a memory of a dream, it's not something new, why get a sense of déjà vu?

I've used pre-sleep imaging to influence my dreaming. Particularly after a spate of nightmares, but also to induce my favorite type of dreams. If I didn't get enough of a dream one night, I could revisit it the next night.

I used to remember my dreams very vividly after I woke up. Not so much now.

I think that more of my dreams take place in a nighttime setting than a daytime one. In fact often when morning came in the dream it was morning for real and I'd wake up. For the longest time I didn't need an alarm.

When I was young most of my dreams, not surprisingly for me, involved horses. Riding a horse or being a horse. I think it had to do with freedom and I just plain like horses.

As an adolescent my dreams were predominately about flying. Not on Pegasus, just galloping along bareback across the sky. Sometimes I would be flying as myself a la Peter Pan. Just soaring here and there over beautiful landscapes.

Interestingly, if there were other people my dream, then I'd be flying a small plane. There would be a crisis to be averted or a goal to be attained. Someplace that needed to be gotten away from and-or someplace that needed to be gotten to. They felt like adventures. No wonder I like RPG's so much, they're waking dreams.

As a youth my dreams were mostly about animals and nature. Now they're about people and events. Sometimes I switch who I am in a dream. From first to third person, for example. Or from being person A to being person B or C. It's like I want to experience the dream from different perspectives. Or maybe I feel threatened in the dream and I need to get away from it.

I don't remember my dreams so much anymore. For a while I was only aware of having fallen asleep because the clock indicated that time had passed. Now I tend to wake up thinking about whatever it was I went to bed thinking about. If I want I can use this to program either my dreams or what I'm going to do first thing when I get up in the morning.

And lastly I like lots of sleep. Ten hours is sweet. Six and a half is more likely, so I try to sleep in on Saturdays. So ends my treatise on dreaming. Freud would be proud.


@ paragraph 4 how often does this work?
@ paragraph 5 sometimes i almost don't remember my dreams, but my lust to learn about them brings them to the surface. i think really hard and i usually remember them. then i write my dream down. yes, i basically have a dream journal. it's not strange, it's a passion for knowledge of dreams.
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Rajyrr wrote:

I've noticed there are some rules to the dreams I have.

- For starters, I tend to have dreams about things I'm thinking a lot about. Stress and anxiety inevitably lead to nightmares, whereas indulging in things like anime or videogames, etc, lead to good dreams. In both cases, the nature and content of the dream seem to be deeply rooted in whatever happens to be the most on the back of my mind. If I'm watching a show about ninjas pretty much nonstop for weeks, I'll start to see ninjas being integrated into the dreams.

- Once I'm in a dream state, I can only control a dream with my emotions. I cannot consciously alter the flow of a dream. In other words, I need to subconsciously control a dream via my emotions, as opposed to controlling the dream consciously with reason or logic. By using this method, I can craft different settings, participants, and even moods within a dream state than what I was originally viewing. Almost like being able to manipulate a TV show.

- The more my conscious mind interferes with a dream/nightmare I'm having, the greater the likelihood that I'll wake up. Not only this, but the more I consciously interfere with the dream, the faster the flow of time within that dream becomes. I once shut out all conscious thought within a dream for four days, despite only having slept about 10 hours. When I think too much, I lose control of the dream and I wake up more quickly, as the flow of time within the dream hastens.

- In my experience, some dreams hold meaning, albeit not in the way many people seem to believe. Because dreams seem to be so deeply rooted in the subconscious mind, dreams offer an invaluable tool for appraising our psychological state, at times. A naturally flowing dream can show us things with the proper emotional coaxing. Depending on how we react emotionally to what we're seeing in a dream, it can cause that dream to latch onto that one thing we reacted to and bring focus to it. This can lead to both pleasant dreams and vicious nightmares.

- Flying is overrated. It really is.

- When you do take control of a dream, in my experience, it's difficult to think of anything worthwhile to do. When you mess with the flow of a dream, it can go very quickly from spending time at the tea house with your highschool crush to being devoured by zombies, as well. Weave your dreams with caution, if you do at all.

I could go on, but this is already a wall of text. Screw it.


@ paragraph 1 the since dreams are a function of the brain, the rest of the brain usually does have influence on the brain, and that's one reason i enjoy thinking about anime a lot, hoping that i have some kind of dream about it. i also just plain love anime. and the best part is, the influence usually works for me. and something else iv'e found out is the more i research and think about dreams the more i have them, so basically the things i like to have on my mind a lot are dreams and anime.

@ paragraph 2 how often do you have lucid dreams?(lucid dreams are where you can control your dream in some way in case you didn't know)

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I only remember one dream.

In that dream I was wearing my pajamas and slippers and I was walking around my Junior School (that I attended 4 years ago).
I was walking and oranges started falling from the sky.
When they hit the ground they exploded into purple splashes of paint.

I have no idea what this dream meant, if you have any insight please do share =/=


well, sometimes dreams incorporate a possible future. we have no idea how powerful dreams are, and they could very well be actual fortune tellers. in past people have said they have dreamed about something before it happens, but people just think they're probably lying or they set something up so it would happen, which is likely, but we have no idea what dreams can do, so some of the people might be telling the truth.

so for you i would say look out of violent uses of oranges and splatterings of paint. if not that, then your dream is probably completely random, which is more likely.
Posted 7/28/12

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-dasidorawa wrote:

I only remember one dream.

In that dream I was wearing my pajamas and slippers and I was walking around my Junior School (that I attended 4 years ago).
I was walking and oranges started falling from the sky.
When they hit the ground they exploded into purple splashes of paint.

I have no idea what this dream meant, if you have any insight please do share =/=


well, sometimes dreams incorporate a possible future. we have no idea how powerful dreams are, and they could very well be actual fortune tellers. in past people have said they have dreamed about something before it happens, but people just think they're probably lying or they set something up so it would happen, which is likely, but we have no idea what dreams can do, so some of the people might be telling the truth.

so for you i would say look out of violent uses of oranges and splatterings of paint. if not that, then your dream is probably completely random, which is more likely.


Source: http://www.dreammoods.com/

I read through the meaning of having school, oranges, paint, the colour purple, pajamas and slippers in a dream may mean.

Slippers


Pajamas


School



Orange


Purple


Paint


All these definitions are quite interesting and I guess one could piece together an explanation for my dream or, as you suggested, it's most likely random without meaning.
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Posted 7/28/12

-dasidorawa wrote:


shadorai wrote:


-dasidorawa wrote:

I only remember one dream.

In that dream I was wearing my pajamas and slippers and I was walking around my Junior School (that I attended 4 years ago).
I was walking and oranges started falling from the sky.
When they hit the ground they exploded into purple splashes of paint.

I have no idea what this dream meant, if you have any insight please do share =/=


well, sometimes dreams incorporate a possible future. we have no idea how powerful dreams are, and they could very well be actual fortune tellers. in past people have said they have dreamed about something before it happens, but people just think they're probably lying or they set something up so it would happen, which is likely, but we have no idea what dreams can do, so some of the people might be telling the truth.

so for you i would say look out of violent uses of oranges and splatterings of paint. if not that, then your dream is probably completely random, which is more likely.


Source: http://www.dreammoods.com/

I read through the meaning of having school, oranges, paint, the colour purple, pajamas and slippers in a dream may mean.

Slippers


Pajamas


School



Orange


Purple


Paint


All these definitions are quite interesting and I guess one could piece together an explanation for my dream or, as you suggested, it's most likely random without meaning.


i'm not sure about all of these. the only one that seems really accurate is the first 2 sentences of the school one, and maybe the last sentence in the paint one. this would be too many mixed emotions for a non-in-depth dream, or any dream for that matter. don't you agree? your dream could have had some meaning, but likely none.
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I had a dream of me making out with someone.
I think it was very sexy cause I was sweating when I woke up.

the face of the guy I'm making out with is blurred in my head @.@
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The latest dream I had, I was the Dragonborn, been playing a shit ton o' Skyrim recently, yes sir, SHIT ton, that is quite the accurate measurement of Skyrim I've been playing. Anyway, I was walkin' around, slashin' wolves, a few mammoths here n' there, until a dragon attacked. Of course, I killed it, took its soul, the usual. I returned to a city, looked like Whiterun, and as I entered some guard flipped me off while proceeding to tell me that there's no lolly gaggin' allowed, and I woke up. I killed many guards at Whiterun after that dream. Oh, if you don't know what I'm talking about when I say Skyrim, then I recommend you move from your rock home, and maybe find a suitable cardboard box home, even people living in those homes know what it is. If you're high class, consider a dumpster home
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