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A dream realm? by Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:01:15 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45291 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do u guys think dreams are like the movie Inception where there's a dream world and people can see each other in there and it's really their dream bodies being seen, not characters of the individual mind? Or do u think it will turn to that? I think there might be a dream world and we're just not awoken to it. Last week I had an idea immediately after waking up that our senses aren't enough to remember the reality of dreams. We probably just make shit up. But I don't if this is true.
There is also an idea in a Laya Yoga book I read that states our senses are like instruments. These instruments can only detect certain parts of reality. All other reality probably isn't detected by our instruments, or maybe our instruments filter it. But maybe they don't because we seem to be evolving.
I used to come here often, over 2 years ago, and check on what other people were reporting as far as dreams go to get a hold of what was going on in the world and relate it to my reality and my dreams.
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Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:03:09 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45291
>But I don't if this is true.
But I don't know if this is true**

>I used to come here often, over 2 years ago, and check on what other people were reporting as far as dreams go to get a hold of what was going on in the world and relate it to my reality and my dreams.
Forgot to say that even though I tried to relate to my dreams and my reality, I couldn't quite relate to what was going on here. Sometimes I feel a connection to what other people report. But that's it.
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Barnaby Dallerstire - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 08:22:18 EST ID:AthPx8+C No.45298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45291
you should read some casteneda op.


terrifying dream about memory loss by James Dittingchat - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 18:31:09 EST ID:cqYlFEKM No.45248 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just took a nap after school and had this terrifying dream and could use some insight.

I started college recently. In my dream I woke up in the commons at my school and had no idea what was going on really. I looked at the date on my phone and it was november 1st 2016. I had no recollection of the time between the current date (september 26th 2016) and November 1st.

The first thing: Was I failing school? How were my grades doing? what happened to my car thats in the shop? What happened to my loan check I'm waiting on? How did I do in court? (i have lots of legal trouble right now in real life), did i start that new job and if so how is that going?

I look in my phone. my inbox is full of nonsense texts. I had a bunch of pictures in it of my grandpa who died this past summer irl. Hundreds of pictures. I have a few conversations at the top of my inbox with people with names i dont recognize like "Alexa" and "Wayne" and none of them make any sense, all of the conversations are nonsense, some of them include multiple texts back and forth that are random strings of meaningless words and random letters. I remember trying to figure out who the people were, one of the names being "Alexa" and another being "Wayne". The only person I know named alexa is this girl whose brother sued me a few years back, the only person i know named wayne is a dude I worked with when I was like 18, haven't talked to him in 6 years.

I call up one of my friends, he doesn't give me much information but makes some vague reference that i'm completely fucked in court and going to prison soon.

Next thing I know I'm at my parents house. Idk how I got there, but I kept asking them to talk privately and not in front of my sister. My sister was significantly younger than she is irl, shes like 15 now and she was like 6 in this dream. They were extremely nonchalant and didn't seem too concerned. I mentioned that I blacked out for the past month and don't remember a single thing. My mom looked very concerned all the sudden made some vague reference that my grandma always used to say she thought it would happen again, the way she was talking was as if this happened befo…
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Phoebe Chishforth - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:10:06 EST ID:/d+pNBuz No.45283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45248
Holy shit, that is scary. I've never had a dream involving memory loss myself, but I know it's definitely a sign that you're stressed out.
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Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:15:28 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45248
seems like you're worried
the legal trouble you're in must be worrisome
that's some of what i'm getting from ur dream

the part about how u were able to tell the names "alexa" and "wayne" in the text seem odd
i wonder why u were able to decypher those names from the random words? in a dream, text usually doesn't make sense


Nazi Popsicles anyone? by Edwardo - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 23:04:57 EST ID:7tNk770i No.45285 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i had this weird dream i was mass producing popsicles for the nazi party, i then went to a super market started putting them into the frozen section. then i realized they all said Adolf brand.

they had a picture of a chibi hitler on them.
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%u7b11%u6c8c !8x8z91r9YM - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 23:14:23 EST ID:5l9DXOu3 No.45287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>45285
a story like this played on some news sources in may 2015. easy for the brain to switch name and surname in a dream. Try not to confuse dessert with national socialism anymore mr. russel, the train is already behind schedule!
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Caroline Cimblebot - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 12:07:46 EST ID:7tNk770i No.45289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45287
link to the news story?
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Edwardo - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 12:10:41 EST ID:7tNk770i No.45290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45287
never mind i found it

i swear i never saw that before


time travelling dreams by Nathaniel Greenshaw - Fri, 27 May 2016 12:22:37 EST ID:cSai2r8p No.44912 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has any one here ever had dreams where they travel through time? I suspect there's an element of samsara present, with an artifact or device acting as a reasonable vehicle for navigating through past lives.

I've been having many dreams lately where I'm in 90's Portland hanging out with various people. I've been frequenting the zine and music scene in these dreams, and everyone seems genuinely affectionate. I note the sense of togetherness in these dreams, the lack of cellphones and the natural qualities of life.

Anyways, time travelling dreams.
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Eugene Pittcocke - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 23:01:20 EST ID:CL29VY34 No.44927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a dream once where I was this guy and I fast-forwarded through his life from early adulthood till death.

He grew up in some kind of flapper era, so I assume it was the 1920s but I don't know. It was all about how he met some girl at one of those speakeasies, fell in love with her, but then shit happened and they couldn't be together. He sort of forgot about her as he aged, and he married another girl, but he died in the middle of a food court when he was elderly from some heart condition and when he was dying the first thing he thought about was her, even with his wife by his side.

It seemed so normal, I can't put the feeling into words really, but like it was simpler and better that way. It was straightforward. I don't think life is as straightforward anymore, but I only have my own experiences to make that assumption with.
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Eliza Fallysure - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 03:41:47 EST ID:YtFOGhjV No.45281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most recent dream.

>in the 70s
>extremely similar to the TV show 11.22.63 (which I had watched a bit of irl a couple weeks prior).
>remember I came here from my normal time (presumably the present) through a time portal of some kind -
>a very thin rip in time/space I remember that specifically.
>was very risky to bring large things (other than people) through because the time portal was so weak and "thin" so to speak. - the fabric of the universe could collapse.
>somehow manages to bring through a small safe full of things from my own time to remember who I am.
>have it on the desk of my 70s house.

>come back from some kind of """ mission """.
>they're coming.
>need to destroy the safe.

>woke up.
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Dream phrases by Thomas Shakefuck - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:50:52 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.43298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you ever remember really weird specific phrases from your dreams? Post them here

last night I had:
>It doesn't matter if it's citrus
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Samuel Mipperdale - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 12:35:50 EST ID:LDBY2spp No.45211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There was an interior of a subway train inside of where I was, and it was moving at a moderate speed, there was also 3 people around with very unique mechanisms that they were using to ingest some kind of liquid through their mouths, it was really cool, almost reminded me of steampunk design in a way , aside from that , it was a really bloody running zombie infestation that was spreading around everywhere I had been through in the previous 4-5 "remembered stages of the dream" im not sure, somehow I was the only one to survive. typicaly untrue.
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Eugene Gonkinshaw - Tue, 13 Sep 2016 20:45:36 EST ID:fYcK441p No.45213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rooftop Roofs. Garden on the moon.
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Clara Hodgewudge - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 03:27:14 EST ID:2mlflIpj No.45226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"Your car is totalled because the bridge collapsed.
Would your insurance cover something like that?"

"This is how the world will end."

"Where have you been all these years, Dad?"
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Samuel Pallerpitch - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 05:18:04 EST ID:iegR/FX6 No.45264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you run this town? No? Let the mayor take care of it.
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Matilda Noblingbure - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 07:48:53 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.45271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
woke up with this open in notepad:
>PROCEDURALLY GENERATED PORNOGRAPHY
>VR FOR KIDS


Best Dream You Ever Had by Shitting Dremmlestock - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 20:36:44 EST ID:PiDGis6F No.45231 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the best dream you ever had. Op starts.

I was being paraded through the desert on a throne held by 4 men. The other people were walking parade style. There were people playing music and people riding on camels. Everything was made of gold like the people's jewelry, the throne. It was basically a giant parade just for me. After traveling for a while we came upon a castle in the desert and that's where the dream ended.
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Nicholas Drunningshaw - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 05:37:57 EST ID:QicEzWrk No.45243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I once had a dream that I was sitting down to have supper at a table with a large family, I came to a realization that this was not real. (I never had a family like that, where we would all sit down together for thanksgiving or something, at least not that size, like 10 people.)

As soon as I realized it was a dream I was in I Immediately burst through the back window, like I flew right through it outside the house and then pushed myself to go up and over the house.
Through sheer mental will power I made myself levitate over the front of the house, everyone inside came to the picture window to see me looking upon them from 10meters up in the air. They began to applaud and cheer like it was some great feat I had accomplished.
I turned away and flew out of that space in the dream, after a time I fell, or crashed rather into a large mud puddle. It was in a compound with a large chainlink fence. When I would try to push myself up to fly I could only jump high enough reach the top of the fence. Then I woke up.

TL;DR

I flew in a lucid dream state, and then woke up.
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Clara Brommlekot - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 01:52:39 EST ID:OGEVRnqy No.45244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Probably a fairly lucid dream, I was back with my first love. We spent all day doing things we loved, laid in bed and watched a disney flick like normal, fooled around. Woke up and was seriously depressed after. Was like definition dream for me. It just doesn't get better y'know? I tried going back to sleep but I couldn't see her again. Might seem obsessive but meh.
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Molly Guffingstedge - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 02:16:27 EST ID:BVMbHmnL No.45246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45231
I dont know why but this dream I had though crazy interests me.
Its one of those where when you sleep a different night it sometimes resumes and changes.
Basically it started in a dark part of my old neighborhood, I was walking down the road and came upon a house I entered for some reason and there was a very long curving hallway filled with piles of dirty cloth. When I got to the end room there was a girl there who transformed into a demon that was going to suck the life out of me. The dream changed when i lost consciousness, I awoke in a empty shower room that didnt seem right. It was kind of comparable to how surroundings look on a /del/ trip. I found some stairs and began to climb higher. Floor after floor was nothing but more empty showers. I found one with blood smeared on the walls. The lights began to dim and sharp edged shadow creatures began to pursue me from the floor blow. I ran up several more stories trying to get away and eventually came to a different floor where the creatures stopped. The showers had all been underground and I was now on the first floor. I walked outside through sliding glass dorrs and came to a group of people waiting in line on a hilled path. There was nowhere else to go so I proceeded forward. The path went through a forest of trees that moved like jello and had huge centipedes on them. At one point in the line someone was attacked by wolves and drug away. When I finally reached the end there was a dingy two story london gothic styled house at the end of another path. A man stood at the beginning waiting to wave groups through. When I was next, he said "You will pay for your actions. Ahead you might survive but there are many traps" I felt pushed forward and began walking. Someone ahead of me was sliced to bits by a trap of bladed fans from the ground. I almost made it to the house until I suddenly stepped into a hidden fire ant bed. I could actually feel the burning pain of their thousands of bites like it was real. I lost vision again and awoke on a bus full of other people. We were all chained and headed towards a city that looked as though it was bombed and abandoned. There was no driver but the bus was moving. A voice sounded "you are amo…
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Albert Snodshit - Tue, 27 Sep 2016 11:42:58 EST ID:2ON3K/fb No.45251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45243
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Barnaby Duckham - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 15:06:52 EST ID:ny4kwn9B No.45269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> in my dream I am driving down a highway
> old 1950's Caddy convertible
> my buddies are all with me
> we have bags of cash, and guns in the back seats
> we have a suitcase filled with narcotics All Hunter S Thompson style
> buddy in back seat is snorting coke, next to him the other bud drops a shroom
> buddy next to me is hitting a blunt before passing it to me
> the song "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" by Procol Harum is playing
> as we get to the top of the hill there is a police blockade over the entire road
> everyone is freaking out and start passing out guns
> nah guys I got this, you run
> they take the money and drugs
> they leave me behind a magnum revolver and a shotgun, a tab of blotter acid and the rest of the blunt
> We brofist and do our secret handshakes
> do the Jim Hendrix thing where I put the acid in a head band and cut my forehead a little so the acid hits my blood stream
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Lucid dreaming AND a recurring character by Wesley Bravingway - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 02:37:54 EST ID:kpyolBpg No.45261 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a lucid dreamer. To me its perfectly natural, I don't even have to try or to wait for some sort of "trigger" in a dream. most times when I dream, I am in full control. Which as an aside, is fucking goddamn amazing, I highly recommend mastering your lucid dreaming skills. Master it to the point where it becomes as natural as normal dreaming.

Anyway.

I have a recurring character, a person, in my lucid dreams. She wears a white sundress, is a brunette, and is rather pretty. No matter how hard I try, I cannot control her or affect her in any way shape or form. Now before you start in, I practice critical thinking quite a bit, and I'm well aware that "she" is simply a part of me, a part of my subconscious, or something, idk. But not for a second do I believe she's something "more"

She never refers to me by name, only calling me a "little dreamer"

There are, at times, when I'm having say, a stress nightmare that I am not in control of, that she appears. She is comforting. Calm, and serene, and beautiful. I love her, but not romantically. It's more like a deep respect whenever I see her.

She inspires me. For me to be better than I am, to try harder. And to find solutions to problems I am having. She makes me put one foot in front of the other when I am having difficulty in life. I listen intently to what she says. In dream worlds where I play god, she's above that, un-moving.

What the hell is she, exactly? Should I listen to her? so far, it's only made my life better. I'll ruminate on difficulties in my life, and she helps me. She comforts me, and leads me.

Is this my feminine side or something? what the fuck.
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Martha Gibblecocke - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 22:16:47 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.45262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i could say things but this sounds possibly significant and i think you need to work this out yourself
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Samuel Pigglepick - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 01:42:51 EST ID:0LYOBTn9 No.45263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I was 14 years old and starting along the path of lucid dreaming and astral projection I meditated on my spirit animal, to my surprise my animal and mentor was to be a horse. from that day on this horse was a constant visage within my lucid dreams. For a long time i wondered as you do now what was the purpose of this spirit and why did I have such trust in its words and find such adoration and happiness in its presence. One day I simply asked my eternal friend what exactly he was, the simple reply I received was " I am you, but if I looked like you would you listen to a word I would say?".
Of course my personality will differ from yours and this may only apply within my world, but I would love to hear if you have ever asked her bluntly these questions or what she says when you do


what do you make of this? by Reuben Briddlelut - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 01:27:23 EST ID:KoQoY2a2 No.45200 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so I had a dream, or nightmare, or... idk what the fuck to call it. I'm not a violent or angry person, I'm a relatively easy going guy all around.

Dream:
I stabbed a naked girl in the heart with a big kitchen knife and watched her bleed out, after I watched the life drain from her eyes (I remember that part vividly). then I raped her corpse. the corpse kept fighting me and told me to stop but I just would pound its face into the ground and resume. Then I 'woke up' (still dreaming) in the room of a house that I grew up in. There was a black figure standing at the window watching me. Then I really woke up in a panic, it only took me a few seconds to realize it was a dream.

I've had intense violent nightmares before, but nothing sexual and I was never the one doing the violance.

comments? opinions?
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Barnaby Drinkindock - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 20:26:46 EST ID:JXUKdO81 No.45210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45209

nah i dont think so, the dude could be kirt but that aint my babygirl
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Graham Habberlut - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 05:52:18 EST ID:FSwUEURU No.45230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45208
i actually investigated this once years ago and found the source, cant find it now but it's just a picture someone took in a park of two junkies getting arrested, I think it said something about them regularly trying to sell/score in that park. It's def not kirt and/or sparto, they're responsible adults now days who don't get vanned anymore.
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James Brullerkatch - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 20:48:55 EST ID:ChBARLvY No.45232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I stabbed a naked girl in the heart […] watched the life drain from her eyes
>I would pound its face into the ground

Uhh... How? Dreams are illogical and inconsistent, sure. But what's the deal here? Did you turn her over when you killed her? Did you twist it's head 180 degrees? Was it simultaneously turned away from and towards you? Was it just a Freudian slip, and you meant to say 'head' instead of 'face'?

This is important information.
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Fucking Cerrywire - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 07:19:30 EST ID:IMff9ONd No.45245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds demonic. Get your merkabah on point man. Be the light and cast that beast out.
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Shit Pittstock - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:05:08 EST ID:td+bFBNX No.45255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, that guy in the corner was the part of you that raped and killed that girl in your dream².


dream meanings by Esther Fiblingdeck - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 04:38:56 EST ID:dCaP7Bmo No.45237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi, you guys do dream meanings right?
i've been taking melatonin atm which occasionally gives me wildly vivid dreams, below is a log of a couple dreams i had today.
i'm not totally certain what they mean and could use some help analyzing them

>wake up in dream
>friend i know really well grabs me by the hand
>leads me into private room
>we start making out
>she pushes me down and i start eating her out until she cums

second dream
>friend i've known for years walks into the room full of people, weird because shes overseas
>go up to her and hug her, ask her why she turned up suddenly
>fall to the ground hugging
>she says her parents are sick and start tearing up
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Emma Murringwill - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 00:26:46 EST ID:g9Q1C6Xu No.45241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45237
You need to get laid bro


Reoccuring and inconsistency morning lucid dreams by Walter Fundlepin - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 09:52:30 EST ID:nvHLc1Dg No.45239 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anybody else have reoccurring lucid dreams in the morning where most of the time you're in control of what's going on in a sense of doing what you want to do, but you lose your sense of hearing and sight temporarily only to regain and lose again? These dreams usually reoccur in the same setting with the same people and losing your sight and hearing is common only to be regained during the dream multiple times. There's also a reoccurring theme of violence. What is going on eh let me know whats poppin' been researching endlessly with no answers


Dreams Meaning? by Clara Hodgewudge - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 03:08:51 EST ID:2mlflIpj No.45225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey,
I keep having recurring dreams about my ex girlfriend.
In one dream, we are together again, but there is no romance. We are basically just friends that haven't communicated in several years. This temporal distance is felt between us and causes a sense of tension. Sort of like I'm trying to prove that I've moved on and changed, but I'm trying not to trigger any negativity that may be residing from when we broke up.

Oddly enough, I've had dreams interacting in a similar fashion every night for the last few weeks. I realize where I am while we are sitting in the same room, often me visiting her while I'm back in town. We talk about how things are going while hanging out in her new apartment. Or we will go to a restaurant nearby and discuss how life has been over the years. I've been away in college, and I usually bring up my progress towards my degree and discuss jobs that I've worked and future opportunities I'm pursuing. Unfortunately, I usually mention missing her at least once or twice during the conversation, without trying to make it a main subject of discussion. More so just letting her know that she still sort of matters to me, despite the fact that my life has changed a lot. I still miss her.

One day we are talking and decide to go to a restaurant. When we walk in to the restaurant, we sit down at a long table with a young boy sitting down at the other end. When I sit down, she proceeds to get up from the table and walk to another table where she pulls out her cell phone and calls somebody. I assume she doesn't want me eavesdropping on the call, so I respect her privacy and don't question it much, just assume it's not my business.

The boy looks over to me, "hey, you're here with my mother, who are you?" Is this kid trolling me? Is he her son with another guy? Is he.... My son? "She has told me about you, you have been gone for many years. What have you been doing all this time, Dad?" Oh shit? He's supposed to be my son? "Why don't you ever come to see me? Are you as bad as she says you are?" What the fuck is she telling this kid? I try to explain that I wasn't even aware he existed, he seems to be a smart, if not brash kid. I further go on to explain that I've been busy working hard, and that I haven't stagnated in my life. Looking around my old town, I can't help but feel like things haven't changed much for her. Looking at the kid, I realize a lot has changed for her.

He goes on to question me with this condescending tone, as if he has heard about me everything he needed to hear before. Yup, he's my son, that little smart ass. I get defensive, and I can feel my temper slipping as I try to explain I'm not that bad. I can't help but catch myself trying to pin this negative impression of me on his mother, while simultaneously reinforcing it. I end up in a confusing hole of trying to defend myself while supporting what I assume he thinks of me. I try to calm myself and only focus on how I've been successful, and have actually missed them a lot over the years. How I wanted to be a good father, but never knew or had the time to know.

I look over to my ex, she is still sitting at the other table on her phone. Now she is observing me talking to her son. Seemingly narrating the event, I assume. Is she talking to her new boyfriend? Is she talking to her sister? Is she single? I don't know, but I do know that I felt an undeniable connection to our son.

I wanted to be there for them. My last thought was that her baby daddy was back in town, and didn't want to be as absent as I have been. But was it too late now?
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Nigel Drarrychire - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 09:53:41 EST ID:9UgJRuVr No.45227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Typical coming of age dream.

Features fear of responsibility.

Bite it and swallow it, Clara.

It is time.
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Nigel Drarrychire - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 10:21:09 EST ID:9UgJRuVr No.45228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every person in a dream is a part of you.

You're trying to prove to yourself you have changed and grown, made progress. But you're missing the way things once were. (All symbolized by the ex.) Without those serious responsibilities. (A symbol of which is a kid. Huge responsibility.)

You fear you should have taken responsibility of your own life earlier, you fear you're too late (baby daddy).

...

You're not. Now is the time.


Dream deja vu? by George Breffingson - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 07:11:59 EST ID:/kiP1MBJ No.45216 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there a term that refers a dream literally coming true? For example, let's say you had a dream of talking to someone you've never met but then some time later you actually end up meeting talking to this person much like you did in that same dream. Then once you realize this was person that appeared in your dream, it feels like you're experiencing a moment of deja vu. Is there by any chance a word that refers to this sort of thing? I feel like this has happened to me quite a few times and so I've been curious to know what this is called.

Also if you've had a similar experience, post away.
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Ian Brobblebanks - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 19:42:23 EST ID:2gt7KxHn No.45219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45216
precognition or pre-remembering maybe? happens to me fairly often as well. honestly I think it happens to everyone, people just don't remember their dreams with too much clarity.

in the book "An Experiment with Time" by J.W. Dunne this is discussed at some length
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Hamilton Bloddleludging - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 02:00:14 EST ID:9UgJRuVr No.45220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, there is no such word.

You just have a glitch in facial recognition.

I know this, because before I started drawing portraits as a hobby, all faces were distinct and unique. After, I started realizing there were approx 7 different face types, and even less body types. Since then, I started getting the eerie feeling I know people from somewhere, by still met them for he first time, deja vu after deja vu. And I did. There was no such exact person I had met, but there were scores of others with those features and proportions. The archetype of which manifests in dreams, because that's how dreams work, they form faces suitable for that dream role out of all the faces you've ever seen.
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Hamilton Bloddleludging - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 02:05:19 EST ID:9UgJRuVr No.45221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45220
>by still met them for he first time
but still met them for the first time*
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George Crenkinman - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 14:33:45 EST ID:cXcHb6K3 No.45224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never experienced "deja vu" as people usually describe it, but it's ALWAYS the dream stuff you're explaining right now.

What it feels like is, I've dreamt up a situation, woken up and thought "that was weird" and then forgotten about it, until the moment that the thing I dreamed happens and I'm suddenly like "wait, I've dreamt this before".

I've always just assumed that's what deja vu is for folk, but yeah it is ALWAYS dreaming.

At the same time though, it does always feel like I've forgotten the dream and I amre-remembering it, so my understanding is that it's just some weird brain-misfiring shit and I never REALLY dreamt it.


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