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What Does This Mean? by Matilda Sezzlefuck - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 04:38:21 EST ID:DcsKMobM No.45145 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am in a very happy and content relationship with my gf, nearly 2 years and I am someone who does embark on long term relationships. Anyway last night I had this dream about a girl who I used to talk to often wayyyyy back when I was like 15-19, never actually met her but she was always there for me online. The dream was really focused on her, trying to please her and get her attention, was weird mane
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Reuben Fuckinghood - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 17:05:03 EST ID:apR5iAvH No.45146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What would be weirder would be if you NEVER had a dream about another girl, my man. Now that would be some shit.
I've 5 years deep and still dream about other women sometimes.
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Phyllis Hambleville - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 05:13:12 EST ID:m6X4Xta8 No.45148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For once I agree with a Reuben, I wouldn't look into too much. I have been in a relationship for 6 years and I still dream about old flames and even women that I tried to date, its just your sub conscious mixing it up. unless more happened in the dream, its hard to breakdown a dream when no real details are given.
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Martin Snodson - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 16:45:22 EST ID:2092AXU/ No.45196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe it means your'e not happy with the relationship?


ih ave a dream too by Martin Murdfield - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 00:08:49 EST ID:lerXA0g+ No.45126 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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james labrie ever since the dream with James Labree i have always he will alwauys be able to save me. i mean he will always guide my life each day
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Emma Murdfoot - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 07:30:58 EST ID:2gt7KxHn No.45194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45126
i had a dream last night that i was soaring through the air oven huge, hilly fields with a dream theater song playing in which the chorus was:
>My dreeeeaaaaams
>Like your memories


Tornados! by Hannah Wabberfit - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 22:27:25 EST ID:YxDk8J5t No.45181 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have dreams about tornados all the times, probably at least once a week, for a couple years now. They aren't all tornados, sometimes just very severe weather, but very often I'm literally seeing tornados.

Sometimes I'm outside grasping at anything I can not to get sucked up. Sometimes I'm in a house and I can get somewhere I feel safe, other times the building has way too many windows everywhere and no basement. At least once I had been tricked by people outside the house with a truck with sirens on it that somehow tricked me into thinking there was a tornado. Many times there are bodies of water near me in these dreams, and I've even been on a boat with tornados appearing.

Why the fuck do I keep dreaming about tornados. They are scary and I hate them.

Thanks.
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Basil Nollerfuck - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 02:01:28 EST ID:BUONkIMh No.45188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It sounds like there is some kind of force in your life that you are trying to stay away from or hide from that is making an active attempt to suck you in. Idk, I guess that would be the armchair psychologist interpretation of it.
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Fuck Dommlehood - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 19:29:25 EST ID:2gt7KxHn No.45191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i have lots of dreams about climbing up a tree and then getting mauled by a bear who is at the top or follows from below


Does anyone here have advice on remembering dreams? by Sophie Chinnernog - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 02:07:21 EST ID:SRTc5pOc No.44981 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't even mean prolonging remembrance, just....remembering them at ALL. I can't say for sure I don't dream, but I haven't had memory of dreaming in several months.
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James Bardson - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 13:39:44 EST ID:KRPDbksq No.45114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
they gotta have a really heavy hit on you right when you wake up like feeling wtf
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Jarvis Gimmlefoot - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 19:32:53 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.45115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45114
so the best way to remember dreams is to have memorable dreams?
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Jenny Cucklestig - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 20:53:23 EST ID:DlLVNQE6 No.45150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44984
heed this warning
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Clara Goodspear - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 22:48:54 EST ID:jXr9Dzoe No.45152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I pretty much never remember my dreams, this made lucid dreaming difficult for me when I started researching it years ago. I've noticed that the dreams I have in 2 hour naps are the most vivid and memorable. I doubt this is coincidence, as Wake Induced Lucid Dreaming deliberately sections off single REM cycles in similar chunks of time to produce more memorable lucid dreams.

I also remember my dreams when I wake up naturally without an alarm. Typically when I have an alarm set I am already busy and late by the time I'm conscious with no time for thinking about my dreams that were probably full of suffering anyway. I kept a dream journal for roughly a month and that was very interesting - it forced me to visualize and re-imagine what I dreamed about and gave a physical shape to the world I kept forgetting.

Sleep when you're tired, wake when you're rested.
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Hannah Wabberfit - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 22:15:21 EST ID:YxDk8J5t No.45180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45150
ugh... for real


Recurring Dream Locations by Barnaby Pabbleson - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 23:07:31 EST ID:Hxq6/EfV No.45169 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So there's this...place, that I dream about, it's a common theme among a lot of my dreams. It's kinda like a hub world, in that I know all of these places that are connected, since I've seen the hub world in its entirety from afar, but the individual dreams themselves can take place in any one or more of the places connected to it.

Let me try to give you a visual.

The atmosphere is always dreary. Grey skies, fading grass, humid but not raining. I always enter the "hub world" from the same direction, and I don't know what's behind me when the dream starts. Ahead of me are three "zones".
To the right is the theme park, which I think is Disneyland but it's...run down. Aging. Abandoned, but regularly filled with kids on school trips. Specifically kids on school trips. They all seem to be having fun regardless. Right at the entrance is a roller coaster that is tall, but takes up about as much floor space as your average house. For whatever reason, I always look at this roller-coaster and curse myself for not riding it as I leave. Past that is a courtyard, which I know for certain is the blacktop from my old elementary school. I know there are rides and attractions beyond the front entrance, but I never quite get that far.
The center zone is the Arcade. It's actually just a small, dull grey building with a main room and two smaller rooms connected to it. The main room always has a giant Dance Dance Revolution clone in the center against the wall, and there are other rhythm games in this room as well that vary from dream to dream. One of the smaller room always has racing arcade games in it against the wall, and those coin-skillshot ticket machine games in the center. All nonspecific, but it's at least consistent. The other small room I've never been in to. In the main room are two sets of staircases which both lead down into an underground "deluxe" arcade zone. It's a very, very long staircase, but clad in gold and red carpet, it's all very regal and fancy. I've been down there once or twice. To note in the main room, there are doors on either side, one leads back to the Theme Park, and the other leads to the third zone.
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Hedda Fovingchat - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 18:06:10 EST ID:vZ6kbJT+ No.45171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
where do the trains go?
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Barnaby Pabbleson - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 22:42:07 EST ID:Hxq6/EfV No.45173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45171

The one time I got onto the green train with my dad, he told me we were going home. Otherwise, no idea, I tend to wake up after departing on one of the trains.


Any help figuring out a dream? by Basil Fellyfuck - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 13:26:42 EST ID:VCTJZznS No.45151 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So a bunch of shit happened in this dream I just had, but I can only really concretely remember the end and now I'm fixated on it. Me and some girl are at this place reading some files, I go and lay down a guy comes through a clay wall and runs of towards where the files where I follow him but when I get there nobody is there and the files are gone but then a tunnel appears and I start to go into it, but before I can get down it the man grabs me by my shoulders and screams " How can you change the world with only your free will" and then I woke up. Now I'm fixated on this anybody got any ideas?
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Charles Clozzleforth - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 03:28:45 EST ID:m6X4Xta8 No.45157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
really hard to grasp what the dream was about, so it's quite hard to breakdown this dream, Sorry.
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Alice Turveydock - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 16:08:06 EST ID:lerXA0g+ No.45165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well what are the files about? Who's the girl? Even if she isn't someone you really know in waking life, who was she in the dream? Attractive, colleague?

How about the fact that the files and the girl eventually disappear?

If a tunnel represents a transition, what significance of a transition once this girl and the files are gone?.. perhaps you had no other choice but to "move on."

The man stopped you, though. He just came in through a transition of his own, except not a tunnel, a clay wall which he had to work through instead of simply walk through.

I don't know you or your mind, but here are a few pieces you may be able to work with. Good luck
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William Brillytig - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 18:51:35 EST ID:VCTJZznS No.45172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45165
Thanks a lot for that, can't answer all of them but they've proven helpful in trying to understand this dream.


Scary Ass Dream About Tripping on Acid by George Chummerhire - Sun, 17 Jul 2016 05:52:20 EST ID:kn0UDCeV No.45068 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I just woke up from this dream about me taking dropping acid at my relative's house and having a bad trip. It was dark out and for some reason train tracks went right through the building. At one point, I had to jump to the other side of the track right before the train was about to pass it, narrowly avoiding it. Ironically (or not), I happen to be sleeping at this very same relative's house (although there's no train tracks anywhere near it much less through this house). I also happen to be withdrawaling from benzos after stopping cold turkey, and have been having extreme trouble getting to sleep. I've also taken acid, but never had a "bad trip", or any LSD experience this fucking horrible. The withdrawals are pretty damn near this bad though.

Note: I believe that the train in the dream came from the fact that I was thinking about my old, long dead great grandmother's apartment right before falling asleep, and this place was right next to train tracks. I have not been there in years and probably will never be.
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James Dettingforth - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 14:50:57 EST ID:blCuVqF0 No.45139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45068
Benzo withdrawals can kill, they're about the worst. Maybe your bad dream is also made worse by what a state your body is. I mean if you're not suffering delirium tremens you're probably okay, you stopped in time. But they can kill you. Stopping cold turkey was fucking dumb unless you had some sort of backup plan should you start dying but it sounds like you're alright. Right?
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Jack Pollerwell - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 02:45:53 EST ID:d8nreewx No.45162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45139
I survived, albeit barely. I was withdrawaling from clonazolam, and I brought an empty bottle of the liquid stuff along to fill it with water and drink so I could get the residue out, but that's it. Other than that, I had no backup plan because it was of short notice. Later, I got back home and had my clam back, so I was good until I ran out, which was proceded by some hellish withdrawals, like tremors. I had to order more to ween myself off.


Sad and just messed up night in dreamland. by Cedric Serringhood - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 07:38:43 EST ID:ffLyyLxg No.45161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had this fucked dream that my girlfriend told me she had been knocked up by her brother and was going to keep the babe. I remember yelling at her and walking away, and very specifically saying "get rid of it!". I was crying and also in a furious rage, i was resting my head against my forearm against a building. Next thing I know she's on top of building that was about to demoed behind me, she was about to off herself. I didn't fly up to her but I kind of jump glided. Through the construction. I was able to save her and get her to safety. Before the building blew. I remember apologizing and holding cradling her in my arms sobbing.
She's away at school atm, she just left and am still feeling a little sad. She's not too far away like 5 hours, which isn't terrible. We talk everyday, and it's always a highlight for sure, because i do love her. And she's coming to visit this weekend. I'm super excited.
But it was strange the night before I had a dream that we were holding hands. Walking down a bypass in my town. In the middle of the night, moon shining big and bright. There were no cars on the road, just us. Playing Pokemon go and holding hands. Smiling at each other, giving pecks on the cheeks. The kind of dream im used to having about her. This was after a string of nightmarish scenarios.
I told her about it, that she was in my happy place and did not knock on wood. Jinx? Missing her much? Or just a turn for the worst? I usually tell her my dreams when they involve her. Do keep this one to myself?
Thanks guys.


Pee dreams. by Ebenezer Surrysurk - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 02:38:24 EST ID:9RPDfSOO No.45155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So lately ive discovered something really cool about pee dreams.

whenever i need to take a pee and am dreaming there is always something wrong with the toilet. like ill go into the bathroom and all the cubicals will be broken or have no doors.

how cool is that?

its like my mind has developed this protection so i don't pee in my sleep.
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Basil Turveybanks - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 16:14:39 EST ID:2gt7KxHn No.45158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i take huge pisses in dreams, like a neverending thick stream, but don't pee "irl"

which is interesting because i wet the bed consistently until i was 10 or so
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Augustus Hidgetag - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 21:53:50 EST ID:9RPDfSOO No.45159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45158

see that is so weird because whenever i pee in dreams i pee for real like peter griffin said (except he said poop not pee).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tj7TV7QAmi0


Underground Tombs by Hedda Nullerworth - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 05:10:42 EST ID:aetrh5by No.45147 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had lots of Dreams that I was exploring ancient underground tombs there were urns and altars and I remember seeing and trying to take a picture of a large triangle and an all seeing eye carving in the wall with some other symbols above it. There might have even been something about a sunken pirate ship and considering trying to find it's treasure there was an Indiana Jones Tomb Raider vibe but also the tombs where very creepy and dusty. I kept alternating between going to them and going to a hostel where I was staying in between my Expeditions.


The Electro Stormy by Rancher R. Rancher - Tue, 16 Aug 2016 19:26:52 EST ID:TKPgEC6+ No.45137 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had a really weird fucking dream last night.

A good amount of the beginning is extremely fuzzy and doesn't make sense to what actually went down, so I'll cut straight to the main part.

A really bad storm began to brew, but it wasn't anything serious as the news stated... UNTIL it got to a point where some weird electric phenomenon made the storm turn from a normal rain storm into a Electronic Wave of energy that began to sweep across the US and the second that it touched your body and passed through you your flesh down to the bone would be incinerated. It was impossible to run away from and all I saw were people trying to get away from it, but failing desperately. Some would trip over something or just run out of steam.

The first time I saw it it was this beautiful blue wave of static fog just barreling at me. I knew I couldn't run from it so I just sat there staring at the people behind me vanish into a pile of bones. As the fog went over me nothing happened. I was fine.

The next day was just piles of bones everywhere and houses destroyed. It looked as though nothing was even existent anymore. As I tried to tell everyone of the event that happened that night I was deemed an experiment to see what in my body made me immune to the fog hopefully being a medium to saving lives later on down the road if this happened again. It so happens that the reason I was safe was because I had no kinetic energy happening in my body when the wave passed through me. So essentially I was immune because I stopped and waited for my demise.

All in all, 90% of the US got annihilated by an electric fog, I became a lab rat and the moral of the story folks, be lazy as fuck during an Electric Stormy Fog Apocalypse.

10/10 dream. Would dream again.
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Lillian Fellerhed - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 06:14:42 EST ID:RetZRyKZ No.45140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like the electro anomaly from Metro 2033 and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Except in S.T.A.L.K.E.R it fucking kills you no matter what.


Sleep paralysis by StimLion !J2qtxSkYVE - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 14:06:50 EST ID:WX9j/I5f No.45061 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, you may recognize me from my posting on /stim/, /opi/, or /mdma/.

I experience the phenomena that is known as sleep paralysis. Have since the age of about 8. General hypothesis is that disrupted REM sleep causes sleep paralysis, but heterodox to that I seem to experience it more from deepened REM sleep ie like when I take sedatives generally with alcohol and the one time I tried Trazodone from a friend it caused me to experience 4 episodes in one night. Though I've heard sedatives can disrupt REM sleep as well. No one truly knows what causes sleep paralysis as it is though, so its all up in the air.

My episodes are infrequent and generally do not involve the frightening hallucinations often associated with sleep paralysis, more so the inability to move and scary feeling that I'm not breathing, however this changed last night with what has been my worst episode in a LONG time if ever.

My dream which I believe to have been caused out of recent stress involved horrifying psuedo-human dog-people experiments with bone-claw "nails" jutting out of its knuckles. I found myself "awake" in my friend's guest bed I was sleeping on and this creature was brushing up against me seemingly in fear itself as though seeking comfort from its recent turning, it felt familiar to me as well. I in fact woke up "saying" the phrase "help me, help me I just want to know what I've become..." as though experiencing it's thoughts telepathically. I was startled awake in the "fuck this shit I'm out" way of forcing or willing myself out of paralytic state via moving my smaller extremities like toes/fingers as many find useful. I've never experienced the dread associated with sleep paralysis, but I could not get to sleep for a good hour or so and found myself checking the room for doggopeople experiments a few times before returning to sleep.

Now I follow the Jungian/Gestalt approaches to dream interpretation more so than Fruedian analysis which I find limited. I believe dreams are a mix matching of imagery/psyche from waking life. I interpret this being mainly from the last thing I did before sleeping which was talking to my furry boyfriend. I be…
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StimLion !J2qtxSkYVE - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 09:19:22 EST ID:66oup3qZ No.45122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Night 1:
>Trazodone (50mg), cannabis, 1.5mg klonopin
-Slept like a fucking rock, no noticeable night terror or sleep paralysis
-Woke up once at 4am because I was thirsty, normal occurrence, felt a little hungry
-According to my boyfriend I did not awake startled and my sleep seemed a lot more relaxed

Well Trazodone and cannabis worked very well this go round. Tonight I will just use the Trazodone alone and see if there is any difference, then the next night I'll try Trazodone and classical/ambient music. I'm hoping to obtain an ambien script at some point because I'm not too keen on taking an SARI even though it seems to work when I could take a nonbenzodiazepine instead. Gonna also get some melatonin and experiment with that.
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StimLion !J2qtxSkYVE - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 08:49:55 EST ID:66oup3qZ No.45127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Night 2:
>Trazodone (50mg)
-Slept like a rock again from what I could tell on my end
-Thought I slept till 2pm because I looked at the microwave, but actually slept from 11pm till 8am, standard to slightly above average sleep duration for me
-Clearly I am a lil groggy, perhaps more than usual, waking up
-Woke up at 4am again to get a drink and pee

So far Trazodone itself alone is highly effective. I'd ideally like to switch to a nonbenzodiazepine like Ambien rather than take an SARI still.
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StimLion !J2qtxSkYVE - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 09:49:25 EST ID:66oup3qZ No.45132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My computers been fucked up as shit and so have I so I haven't been able to post, but I'll get this up to date.

Night 4
>Forgot my Trazodone, half a fifth of Three Olives, 700mg DXM, cannabis, Sigur Ros
-Slept amazingly off DXM even though I forgot my Trazodone and I was massively fucked up feeling from the combination on my stomach
-Woke up around 5am when my roomie got up for work, popped a Trazodone and went back to sleep till I had to work

>>45131
Thanks! I'll try to remember this.


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