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multiple nightmares in one night anyone? by Phoebe Brevinggold - Fri, 13 May 2016 03:40:05 EST ID:/6bkFqqW No.44869 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night was 3, first a nightmare about something not 'scary', I was at a fancy house with my best friend, it was like a potluck or something, and this black dude that looked just like the "x is too damn high!" Meme guy, well he was giving me shit for some reason, so I said "Fuck you, I don't have to take that shit from you, jolly african-american" he was piiiiised. i turned around and slowly walked away, but then I felt really sad, i knew due to my rudeness (it's not like me to ever, EVER say that), my best friend would no longer respect me and I'd lost him. That is the only nightmare like that I've ever had where it was scary/bad for 'other' reasons.

Then a nightmare where I was outside trying to get to my car, it was insanely windy, like anyone outside might die kind of wind. I make it to my car, but this hoodlum is outside trying to get in, and I have to fight him off, but I lose. (forget what happened then)

The third nightmare, I was stuck on some wood platform next to a cliff, near water level, the tide was high, and I was surrounded by large white spiders, and i couldn't jump to a nearby ledge due to it also being covered with spiders, and I couldn't go in the ocean because there were what looked pretty similar to Drowners from The Witcher series, ready to grab me if I did.

Woke up at 5 am feeling like someone had held a pillow over my face while I was sleeping. usually i sleep excellently, especially with something to cuddle like a giant stuffed pony.
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Augustus Funderfuck - Sun, 15 May 2016 17:00:47 EST ID:BjzK1dg0 No.44876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Very odd. It seems I go through a series of intense dark visions at night when having absorbed or been in depressive or emotionally dark and draining atmospheres.
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Shitting Drupperchidge - Wed, 18 May 2016 07:17:10 EST ID:ALm8DZk8 No.44883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah, i had four last night.
first one - wolfdogbear trying to eat me while im sleeping in a bunkbed
second - in a house with strangers, cant walk properly, they wont let me leave
third - out in the middle of nowhere, trying to get home, again cant walk properly
fourth - in some classroom for a cult, feeding us poison trying to reprogram us
every time i woke up thered be like a puddle of sweat under me
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Edwin Lighthall - Thu, 19 May 2016 04:45:21 EST ID:vnnFWQfo No.44885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44883
those sound very abstract, i had another trio of dreams last night but this time not very nightmarish, in one of them my pet tarantula turned into a huge fuzzy centipede and i was petting it as it crawled around, i was in a desert with a rainbow colored lake. it was sort of like an acid trip dream.

then later on some guy came out of the closet, and i screamed static, as he stole a videogame and left saying "I'll just take this and be on my way!"
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Henry Fecklestone - Thu, 19 May 2016 11:54:51 EST ID:2gt7KxHn No.44887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44883
all of these dreams are true and the same
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Basil Bivingbanks - Sat, 21 May 2016 09:44:48 EST ID:ALm8DZk8 No.44895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44885
abstract because i didnt want to sit and type out every single little detail
>>44887
ahhhhhhhhhhh stop it youre scaring me


honestly tho, the worst part about not having weed is the nightmares
when i smoked weed i never had any dreams, i liked that so much better
FUCK grrrrrrr


Lack of Dream Recall by Daytripped !nfyMWgHCp2 - Mon, 02 May 2016 01:48:15 EST ID:hX0iDNcm No.44842 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been plagued with a lack of dream recall ever since I was very young I stopped remembering my dreams for some reason, I rarely ever remember a dream unless it's a nightmare I suddenly awake from, is there any way to increase the amount of dreams I remember or remember my dreams better, any drugs/supplements I can take safely take regularly to help increase my dream recall, thanks. <3
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Isabella Nendleshit - Tue, 03 May 2016 11:18:32 EST ID:7Qsskq7m No.44850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cognitive suggestions:
>wake up slowly, don't bolt right up as soon as you start waking up because this makes it more likely for you to clear your dream memory cache ime
>while you are half asleep and still remember your dream, create a narrative that is not exactly the same as but is very similar to the narrative of your dream. You'll probably still forget some of or most of the dream itself, but you will at least remember the very similar narrative that you made up and hopefully associate some actual images and sensations from the dream itself with the "copy" narrative
>write that shit down

Don't know anything about drugs, but remembering dreams is all about consciously committing your dream to long-term memory before your short-term memory clears.
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James Bremmercocke - Wed, 11 May 2016 10:00:47 EST ID:xw+1AHoq No.44864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44850
>wake up slowly, don't bolt right up as soon as you start waking up

Probably the most important thing. Since doing this, I typically remember all of my dreams when I actively try to.
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Marty - Fri, 20 May 2016 16:15:35 EST ID:NsS2nBij No.44892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Relating to your dream recall. Is it true that you usually have 3-4 dreams a night, its just that you can remember only one or sometimes a mixture of different dreams together?
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Cyril Sillycocke - Fri, 20 May 2016 18:30:22 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.44893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44892
it's kind of hard to tell. i usually have what seems like multiple long episodes that are thematically unified (this is probably what happens when you read too many books). they'll definitely seem separate, but it's possible that i just forget transitions, i guess


A thing that was in my dreams by Guy who sucks at life - Tue, 17 May 2016 19:22:41 EST ID:SP8VutCN No.44880 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Make it real guys, make it happen
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Priscilla Pidgestig - Tue, 17 May 2016 23:22:22 EST ID:k0k37VEN No.44881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44880
I can work with this


You'll Cowards Don't Even by Matilda Parryshaw - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 19:59:15 EST ID:QimBaj/o No.44736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone here never try lucid dreaming? Since this is /dr/, I assume most people here have had lucid dreams.

I practiced some stuff until I started having lucid dreams, but that was years ago. Ever since then, even when I don't know I'm dreaming, I seem to have super powers. Anyone else experience after-effects from months of lucid dreaming?
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Martin Pinningford - Wed, 30 Mar 2016 20:21:25 EST ID:RqPlrLF6 No.44773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44736
I've been fucking trying for years with minimal success. I've tried keeping dream journals, i've tried hypnotic video's before bed, i've tried different musics whilst I sleep.

Are there any drugs that legitimately help with this shit? Preferably over-the-counter drugs, because I'd rather not potentially go to jail for this.
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Lydia Lightbury - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 21:00:28 EST ID:/17twTmj No.44779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44740
Go a few days without any weed.

INTENSE WTF DREAMS. Plus waking up covered in sweat.
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Henry Favingcocke - Sun, 08 May 2016 21:21:59 EST ID:GtCToOMP No.44861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44736
I just finished a book based on 13 years of research into lucid dreaming, dreams and the astral plane.
Here's the link if you want to read it.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/vfki9nowz6ud0f7/The_Koala_Bear_Knows_the_Way.pdf
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Shit Supperchedge - Mon, 09 May 2016 21:33:41 EST ID:7Qsskq7m No.44863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Ever since then, even when I don't know I'm dreaming, I seem to have super powers
Same. Weird telekinesis and teleportation shit. I'll also go "semi-lucid" when I'm in danger, like for a brief moment I'll realize I'm a dream just to avert whatever's happening, but I'll forget I'm dreaming just as wuickly.

Anyone else have trouble flying and driving in lucid dreams? It's supposed to be so easy, but I find myself relying on really powerful hops or jetpacks because wings don't work for whatever reason. Maybe I'm psyching myself out and since I've established the pattern already it just perpetuates itself.
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Henry Shittingman - Wed, 11 May 2016 20:55:40 EST ID:t+lznNAm No.44865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here
>>44863
I never have the temporary-lucid effect like you do, but besides that we're the same (though I can drive and fly).
>>44861
Not that I shouldn't read it, but I won't if you don't try and convince me to.


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