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Seeing the future with dreams?? by Martha Cuffingspear - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 10:09:30 EST ID:iJ8hZB6x No.45466 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does this happen to anyone else? This has happened sincd I was a little kid. Once in a while I'll have an oddly-realistic dream in a setting like: an argument with my parents, me being in an unknown place talking to people I've NEVER seen before

But then Years willl pass, or even a couple months, and I'll say "hoo shit, I literally dreamt this moment". I just had one where I was sitting at the office at work.

What does this imply about fate, destiny, and life? Am I supposed to see these things? Is life predetermined? I had a dream about being eaten by an alligator at a pool, does this mean I'm going to die in florida?
Ernest Cremmerbury - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 06:11:03 EST ID:OwkST1XT No.45469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's happened to me a few times, always about the most mundane shit, I won't even bother going into detail.
Idk what it means. I don't really question stuff like this anymore, shit just happens.
Phoebe Duvingcocke - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 23:54:35 EST ID:XJv/Qb0i No.45474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Given how shitty most memories of dreams are, how can you be sure you aren't dreaming similar situations and having memories of what happened more or less super-imposed on the spot because they simply fit well enough? That and how common are the occurrences that you dream about. Arguments aren't that uncommon, nor are they with family, nor are interactions with family in general. Almost all instances of people saying they've seen the future with dreams that I've read about involve rather common occurrences in life, even if not necessarily in their own, and they all seem to happen at least a few weeks later if not months or years.

Just think about it, how easy is it to apply a dream that happened months or years ago to something that's happened and say you dreamed of a future event? How is that telling the future? You can dream of any random thing and then have it fucking happen, lol, that's not an indication of futuresight--it's just a coincidence. Life is full of coincidences, some are more apparent than others.

If you have a dream about eating a specific breakfast cereal while talking to your parents about something that happened to you the other day and then you find yourself in that same situation 2 days later and it's pretty much "identical", are you actually seeing the future? A claim like that is basically what you're making, and quite frankly its pretty far-fetched. Everything could be predestined and shit, but the likelihood of you seeing the future in dreams is exceedingly low and whether or not destiny or fate it exists is hardly something we can make a statement about because you had a dream a year ago about something really similar that happened later.
Nigel Pickshaw - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 12:56:17 EST ID:h8saMtra No.45483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
relaax , now every dream shows your future. maybe a few them might but now every of them

Trump Dream by John Drettingstet - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 03:37:27 EST ID:lQMt93pb No.45429 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just spent several hours drinking and browsing the boards. Before I crawled into bed I was last browsing the political board. I had a dream where I had a meeting scheduled with Trump in some fancy unspecified building. Note that I have never before dreamed of encountering a well known person. We saw each other at opposite ends of the hallway. We walked up to each other and I said, "Mr. President, hello, I'm Anon Anonerson." He looked at me kind of confused and asked, "Yes... are you with the IMF...?" I was suddenly so nervous to be speaking with the President of America, even a casual hallway conversation, that I completely forgot whatever I was supposed to say and stood there in painful embarrassing silence, until after 10 seconds ago I just said, "Mr. President, I am totally unprepared. I'll talk to you later." He just kind of flashed me a look of pity then walked away shaking his head.

What does this mean? Has the mass media system successfully embedded its memes in my brain?
Beatrice Crozzlewater - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 13:41:44 EST ID:HpSGZah5 No.45456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I sometimes have dreams where I'm on stage and I forget what music I'm supposed to play, and I feel unprepared and like a goof out of place and everyone is watching.
It has happened IRL many years ago when I was a kid, and I still play music so the setting of being on a stage is relevant to me.
Maybe you feel or felt unprepared about something, and it took the shape of meeting the President in a hallway because you were browsing the political board, so it was relevant to you.

It probably also helps that Trump is trying to project a professional image of himself. I've been watching the White House broadcasts on Youtube and he is acting different to when he was on the campaign trail.

New oneirogen? by Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 13:31:40 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Allantoin gives you dreams, apparently. I've taken allantoin for three days straight last week and it gave me very interesting dreams that I don't usually get. I don't get dreams unless I take substances which cause them and I certainly don't get them for nights in a row. It's been 5 or 6 days since I took the last dose of allantoin and I still get dreams which is amazing. My doses were small, between 0,5 and 1 gram once per day. Allantoin is usually used externally for skin conditions and stuff like that. Another substance that causes dreams is lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) in tincture form (no other form,extract, essential oil etc., caused dreams for me) and the I've noticed the first effects after 2 or 3 days of taking it. The lemon balm dreams are more faded but more fantasy themed than the allantoin dreams which are more realistic (sort of) and involve real people. I wonder if anyone else experimented with these substances or if someone is willing to try them and see if they get any results. Allantoin is really cheap and it would be cool if it is proven to be a powerful oneirogen.

Which drugs best approximate the dream state? by Cornelius Cumbletedge - Sun, 20 Nov 2016 17:15:19 EST ID:3I2kfF55 No.45372 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Oftentimes when I am dreaming, I feel 'closer' to the sensory stream and emotions that I experience than when I am awake. It's as if I am one with the images and feelings that I encounter, rather than experiencing them at a remove or as if they are on a screen and I am just a third party to them, as is so often the case in waking life.

Or, to use another analogy, being awake is like being in a bathysphere suspended in an ocean of sensation. You take account of your surroundings, analytically, and judiciously pilot through them. Whereas dreaming is like swimming in the ocean itself, intimate, sensual and immediate.

My question would be, what drug have you used that comes closest to approximating the feeling of being in a dream - that sense of deep immersion with one's feelings and surroundings? I have tried all the classic psychedelics (shrooms, lsd and dmt) and while they are good at breaking down barriers and helping me transcend self, space and time, there is a typically a sort of manic out-of-controlness to the experience that compares poorly with the deep, calm quiescence of the dream state. I've also tried ethanol, DXM, salvia tincture (which never worked), none of which really hit the spot. I'm particular curious about MDMA and Ketamine and how they would compare to the dream state, but I'd love to hear about any and all drugs people have experience with.

To be clear, I don't really care about hallucinations - which most people would probably consider the hallmark of the dream experience - but rather the subdued, mystical closeness one feels with themselves and their surroundings in certain dreams of great significance.
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Ebenezer Dumbletodging - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 08:57:08 EST ID:7juvxUfD No.45414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For me either DPH alone or DPH + Heroin in combo. Not at all that I am recommending you do heroin, terrible idea.

But I was in and out of sleep/consciousness. Was only like 150mg of DPH but I kept passing out for short periods of time and coming back to a conscious state, but my dreams would come with me, if that makes sense. Like there was a lapse in your brain coming back to reality, so that when I'd wake up I'd still be mentally in my dreams but fully awake for a short period of time. Repeat ad nauseum

So might not be exactly the answer you are looking for but for me personally, having done bucketloads of hallucinogens I would still say this.
Hannah Drottingtuck - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 05:51:57 EST ID:zqT5yRWP No.45425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Deliriants. A lot of abstract thoughts and visions, as well as concrete hallucinations which are interactive and pull you into being convinced you're somewhere else, having a conversation with someone etc.. your environment actually shifts and fades in and out while different encounters with animals and people occur.

I wouldn't recommend for anyone to try deliriants, though. It's deeply physically uncomfortable, even painful and can cause a depression-like state which may last a while, HPPD which can be permanent and other nasty things..

When I first took deliriants and realized what was happening to me, I instantly thought, "just like in a dream." My friend was walking beside me down the street and talking to me, until he got a mischievous look on his face and jumped behind a telephone pole - completely disappearing. I walked a circle around the pole and realized I had been alone for an hour. Then, I looked over in the direction of town I last saw him and even though I was surrounded by tall buildings, I looked over and checked to see if he was outside of the building. I didn't see him. In reality, this would require me to be 40 feet tall and have binoculars. Tell me that isn't like a dream state!!

As interesting as it sounds, I was arrested and hospitalized that same day because the drugs are so inebriating and disorienting. So please take me seriously when I say a story is one thing, but experiencing it and living with the aftereffects are another!
Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 12:52:32 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 12:53:28 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45425 That doesn't sound like fun.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:52:51 EST ID:beRPvIjh No.45436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's usually not, but deliriants can be used safely* if you gradually work your way up to a delirium dose over many weeks and many smaller doses. Some people want to jump right in and take a high dose the first time, which can work out alright for psychedelics and dissociatives, but it's more dangerous with deliriants because these drugs can obliterate your normal muscle function, take away your short-term memory and sense of judgment, and cause blackouts. Kind of like benzos, but more debilitating and less comfortable. The hallucinations and imagined scenes are very unique though.

*in a way that reduces the likelihood of you acting crazy or retarded around other people without realizing it

Planet Lucia (2217 AD) by Augustus Buzzway - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 09:37:40 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I spend quite some time thinking about going back to my dream planet after I had one in my younger years. I cannot describe exactly what it was like, but inevitably I was pinned down hard by intelligent monsters they called “Chasers”. They only let me go by shouting at me not to go back there again by crippling my pineal gland with a curse. If I am able to dream again and revisit, they will declare war on my dream people and destroy my world.
This makes me have running thoughts like; “If I regain my ability once more, either with self-confidence or encouragement from others with the right tips and come back, then those monsters will definitely go all-out without mercy.” I almost went there (out-of-body imminent episode), but it might seem just enough to stir ire on them.

I got a series of MS Paint images into one gif, they look a bit too large to fit, but it gives me a 2-week forecast depending on positive/negative dream outcomes from participants and the fate of the planet. I got a theory too, but only for story development. So here it goes:
“Lucia may look like a hospitable planet for most people, but what I see on the far northwest corner lies the enemy of humanity’s dreams, the dweller phenomena that strikes us every night in random places. I visualize an upcoming series of frontline battles too detailed for me to describe, but my dream people are always there, friendly, determined, and serious at times. The atmosphere is very chaotic despite being Earth-like, time and the flow of seasons pass by, I get to see them moving forward and retreating like flies. The last I see now is that the Chaser legions are retreating into the snow-capped mountains far to the north, making their journey treacherous to continue. Faith within the moon will guide my dream people to save my world.”

That is why I want dream-related tips and some theory feedback from any of you if you are interested in advancing my story on my dream journal I kept on my bedside. Lucia takes place in the early 23rd century AD, around the time of the very first Unreal, and the intergalactic wars that follow too fast for light to travel. I would be very grateful.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:56:00 EST ID:beRPvIjh No.45437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck it. Go back in and help the Chasers with their cause.
Phineas Sendlegold - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 01:52:23 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45437 I cannot betray my own dream faction, because my dream people needs me and other lucid dreamers out there to drive back the monsters. Helping these beasts I am trying to conquer is considered high treason, beheaded, and waking me up with a swollen head. At least I will challenge you with chivalry on the battlefield next dream.
David Pammerbet - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 06:06:17 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sorry, 420channers! Uboachan just died out because of a global ban from Mannosuke. My dream story Lucia can no longer go on from there, but instead I will use the future's /qst/ and this one to keep going. While I am not saddened by the loss, it is indeed very sudden.

new city dreams by Fuck Bammershit - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 14:59:57 EST ID:mSohbkZ4 No.44778 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ever had one of these? When you move somewhere and the dreams of this place start making their own areas. And you're kinda exploring the new city but when you visit these areas in real life, everything's different and new.
Martin Bivinghodge - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 18:15:05 EST ID:rEBSm3Xz No.45419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had a dream where my city was a dark dystopia mixed with a blade runner vibe, everything was in the exact same place only looked futuristic and the sky was dark purple, as for the people? well... It was only me.
Samuel Ninnershit - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 17:10:48 EST ID:pJ4nf/3Z No.45428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have dreams like this, but they always involve my old city. As if I never fully explored it, which I didn't btw. Real Silent Hill vibe too, some streets are just rusted gratings, and the houses are foreboding as shit. Not scary but real creepy like.

Goat by Fucking Nicklelock - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 09:23:51 EST ID:C5fFw8av No.45345 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night I dreamt that a goat was giving birth with difficulty. A kid was born but it meant the mother would die. A sign of the times perhaps.
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Phineas Bardwill - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 04:16:54 EST ID:MsHKI4YS No.45359 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Nigel Beblingkat - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:37:12 EST ID:IgyzgiKd No.45360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Walter Fabberbatch - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:43:39 EST ID:QhRbrhUp No.45363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A Goat Giving Birth with Difficulty - A Sign of the Times
Hannah Drottingtuck - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 05:41:12 EST ID:zqT5yRWP No.45424 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>there was a goat all wrapped up in something keeping it warm, like a scarf or blanket and there was a raging fire place


Well, I think it's nice..

That you're.. getting your.. sleep.. goats.
Beatrice Nickleham - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 12:45:44 EST ID:azp53Mek No.45426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It reflects the election. Hillary has 'died' and made way for the greatest democrat of all time, but who?

Dreams where you die (or more specifically killed)? Share em by Beatrice Munnerfut - Sun, 18 Dec 2016 21:45:55 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.45404 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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After a rather vivid dream I had the other night, I've felt like sharing it but not had an outlet.

To give a bit of background, the dream took place in a town where I currently live and have spent most of my life, but moved away from for 3 years. It wasn't a long dream, but most of it was spent on the block I used to live in when I first lived here, back when I was 5-8 years old (I'm 25 now for reference).

>The Dream:
I feel there was a lot more before it got to where I actually remember, but I was driving and parked across the street from my old house. Without warning, a stranger (I could see his face clearly in the dream but can't remember it now) got in the back seat. For some reason neither of us spoke and I took off as if I were a taxi driver or something, knowing this guy wasn't anybody I knew and that he shouldn't be in the car. Despite the dream being so vivid though, my faculties weren't all there, and knowing these things didn't make me question my actions.

After I made it about a black and a half, for some reason I pulled over. I can't remember if it was of my own volition, or if he had actually said anything to get me to pull over. Once he had gotten out, he stood outside my open window and no sooner pulled out and pointed a gun at me than started to shoot. My torso had been facing him, and he put about 5-7 shots in my chest, 2 in my shoulder, and then at least 2 in my head, but after the second head shot I woke up, presumably from having died.

Now, I don't normally feel pain in dreams, but after getting shot in the chest so much I did feel as though I were having a heart attack, or like something was seriously wrong with my heart and ability to respire. The experience was so unexpected that it was rather exciting, it was certainly a very interesting dream. I remember the entire dream was vivid, but most of my memory surrounds being shot for obvious reasons. For some reason I wasn't scared at all, not of somebody having a gun, not of him shooting at me, nor of dying as I was being shot. For some reason I just... observed and "enjoyed" the experience for a lack of a better way of putting it. I definitely enjoyed the dream once I w…
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Matilda Fivingtin - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 15:51:58 EST ID:MBrjIUZv No.45416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had a dream I was living in a backwoods area of rural New Zealand, my decrepit shack gave me great joy and the majority of my dream was cruising around finishing menial tasks such as picking vegetables or feeding the animals that I presumably owned. As I was cooking a meal in the shack I began to hear a whirring sound begin to emanate from the front door, the sound was very similar the buzz you hear on DMT or the nightmare screech during paralysis. the dream began to get very dark as I heard a knock on the door, I opened the door to see 2 very shabby looking crack addicts, I asked if I could help them and all she said was "watch your death, be wary of the undertow". I closed the door and could feel my heart beating out of my chest with utter terror, trying to find a safe spot in the house was impossible as every doorway led back to the front door, as I gave up I felt a knife slowly slice across my throat, I fell to the ground and as I turned over gagging on blood I looked up to see myself brandishing the knife with a cold stare. the dream ended with my own hand closing my eyes.
Needless to say that dream has stuck with me and I sometimes sit and try to think about every possible message that dream was trying to tell me.
Hannah Pondlelire - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 18:10:53 EST ID:dWWmKKkA No.45418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was dreaming from one of the experiments they did a few decades ago on people.

I was on a small island in the ocean with a group a men (about 7 friends). We were on a fishing holiday and casting off from some rocks along the edge of the beach. My closest friend appeared to look like Paul Blart, then all of a sudden there was a huge flash in sky, and then we could see a nuclear bomb was set off. We all freaked out and started to run for our lives towards the shore, and I could make out the cliff above us was set on fire from the flash. It was like a survivor course, we figured they lead us to the island on this get away because the military wanted to observe what we would do in the situation. We all died, and I hear the island had all its top soil moved. I could get over how they used people for their own end.
Hamilton Sezzlelock - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:53:03 EST ID:/fx3fBbx No.45421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I really only remember dying vividly in one particular dream. Usually if I die in a dream, it's something silly, like falling off a building and then waking up with a start. But this one time, I remember actually feeling despair at the fact that I was gonna die.

I have this recurring dream, where I'm wandering through interconnected houses. Like if you took all the nice, normal family homes on a neighborhood block and squished them together so all the outside doors would open into other houses. Some of the houses are well lit, and contain people that are doing everyday stuff like watching TV, eating, reading, cleaning, whatever. The thing is I can't interact with them in any way. I feel like I can push and nudge them, but either they're simply incapable of realizing i'm there, or they're trying profoundly hard not to notice me. And some of the houses look nice and normal, except the lights are off. There are no people, but there is usually "something" there. Like an evil spirit who wants you to get the fuck out. If you act like one of the oblivious people and just walk straight through like you're on a mission, nothing will happen. But if you start to loiter or look around, bad things start to happen. Like every time you turn around, more stuff/furniture/garbage will be in the room. Or something will fucking move from under a sheet, or sounds of something shuffling like it's getting closer. So I spend these dreams wandering around, kind of observing the oblivious people, trying to hurry through the dark rooms, except even watching the oblivious people is kinda creepy, and I never feel like I can stay watching one person for too long.

This one dream in particular, I did exactly that. There was an attractive lady, maybe 40 years old, she wasn't a bombshell or anything, but for some reason she just stood out from all the other people in houses. I think it was because she seemed slightly upset, like her eyes were kinda nervous. Which is unlike all the other people who seem totally content to just lounge around in their houses. I remember she was just drinking coffee and sitting at the table and worrying, which is what made me stop and really look at her. I just ki…
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Hamilton Sezzlelock - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 01:59:15 EST ID:/fx3fBbx No.45422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
btw this is one hell of a dream Matilda.

What is the undertow? Having watched your death, is your perspective on life changed?

Violent death in my dream by Edward Worthingson - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 17:42:55 EST ID:g6y48x/p No.44433 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night i died in my dream. My city was under attack with bombs and soldiers. I ran out from my home and met some foreign army patrol. They shot me in the chest and, i swear, i felt the pain like it was real. Its not the first time when dream feelings amazed me with their realness. I was bleeding and slowly dying with that chest pain. When i made last breath, the whole vision was clouded by white screen. After that screen i woke up in sweat. Could this thing mean anything?
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Fucking Seddleforth - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 17:56:39 EST ID:46PNkp78 No.44457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I experience something like this quite often myself. It all feels real, but the world around you is different...
I like to think i've swapped places with a double somewhere in the multiverse when I have these dreams...

In that reality you were a soldier, your double died that night.
Doris Coggleworth - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 18:05:49 EST ID:lhGQT6n0 No.44562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> dreaming I am a soldier
> it's kinda grainy like everything is in WWII combat footage vision
> in the back of an armored transport
> In a nice new uniform while everyone around me look like they went 12 rounds with Mike Tyson
> suddenly we stop
> everyone jumps out and grabs other equipment from a truck
> guys with flame throwers, rockets and machine guns
> I am the only on standing there with a rifle
> did I miss the memo?
> guy who is higher ranking than me say "Here Lieutenant, use this."
> Get handed a sub machine gun and a holster with a pistol
> everyone is already march into the city while tanks shot into the city
> planes fly over head dropping bombs
> march in towards the back and all hell breaks loose.
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Martin Bivinghodge - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 17:27:58 EST ID:rEBSm3Xz No.45417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Similar story over here as well, I was in a desert strolling along with an army convoy (which I was part of) a few seconds later an explosion goes off in front of an army vehicle, I get blasted back and hit my head on a rock, my nose started to bleed, but before I could react I got shot. I wake up and look at my pillow, disturbingly there was blood on it.

Sleep paralysis and lucid dreams by Augustus Washwell - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 13:24:57 EST ID:ibnNVjYn No.45379 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm curious about your experience with these things.

I've started having both a lot lately since I picked up a clonazolam habit. My first lucid dream is documented in the bump with dreams thread. I have a strong past with dissos but have been off a few days and my last clam dose was last night. I started getting tired in the middle of the day today so I went and laid down. After a few minutes I would get a hallucination that my eyes were open and I was looking at my hands, or my ceiling, etc. Very real and vivid but the slightest movement and it disappeared. Very cool. I was also having half dreams but very faded, more like a shift in my thoughts process and visuals akin to strong imagination. This happened for a while but then as I was finally nodding off to sleep a man behind me started repeating that cheesy creepysta thing you see on /b/ (except he said "My name is benny dick and I'm dead" because I was thinking about taking some benadryl to up the experience before since clearly some goofy shit was going on). Either way it was fucking terrifying.

So I screamed like a total bitch and wound up in sleep paralysis. Couldn't move no matter how hard I tried, kept hearing people talk and dogs barking. All the while I was scared shitless over who the man was and if hed return. Thank God I was facing the wall because I know that it basically becomes a /del/ trip with shadow people and shit. I fell on the floor and felt the hardwood against my leg but opening my eyes showed me on my bed still. Tried so hard to scream for my roommate but to no avail. My previous paralysis experiences were brief but this went on for a good 10-15 minutes.

My aim was for a lucid dream since those are the coolest shit and I figured I was in for one because of the goofy hallucinations I was getting. I dont have an explanation for any of this other than the clonazolam from last night and the 3meo from 4 days ago.

So anyway
Post experiences with lucid dreams and sleep paralysis here. Tips and such are welcome as well.

I'm surprised this isn't a more oft discussed topic around here.
John Settingwater - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 16:36:05 EST ID:MyCY7fCB No.45387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never had a problem with sleep paralysis. I'm told holding your breath is both possible and a decent way to jolt yourself awake because your body goes "oh shit someone's choking me". That or you're some kind of superhuman who can choke himself to unconsciousness at will, but that still solves the problem of shadow people.

Now, lucid dreaming. Bear in mind that half of what you'll find, including what I'm saying, is likely to be broscience with no bearing in reality, so try things out and pick what works.
Supplements: There's a ton of different guides and shit out there, and I'm not into them well enough to really make a ton of recommendations, so I'll just say you might get something from taking a pill or two of vitamin B before bed. Some people swear melatonin helps, but I dunno. Talk to your doctor about that if you wanna try it, it shouldn't be dangerous but just say you're having a little trouble sleeping and mention you've heard it might help, Lord knows it might even be available OTC.
There are some who swear by Valerian, but the science is all over the place on that and some claim it's harmful, so yeah.

Generally I'm not a fan of supplements. They never did much dream-wise (although it did help me sleep better than usually, so there's that) so I've largely stayed away from that.

Pre-sleep tricks: If you can fall asleep on your back, that's great. The goal here is to trick your body into thinking it's sleeping before your brain shuts completely down (for reference, this is known as Wake-Induced Lucid Dreaming, or WILD). I personally can't, but still give it a go sometimes because the numbness and not-entirely-wakeful consciousness is pretty nice.
Other than that, skip the coffee and energy drinks thirty minutes before bed. Nothing wrong with a bit of food, but you're trying to fall asleep.

Habits: There are ways to check if you're awake if you're ever in doubt, but unless it's a habit you'll probably forget to do so because everything makes sense in the context of a dream even if it'd be crazy IRL. Start developing habits that'll help you check your state of mind. My personal favourite was/is to try to push my index finger through my palm. Since you're awake, go ahead and try now. It won't feel that way in a dream: Results vary, but usually involve your finger moving right along its merry way. Do this right, and you'll realize you're asleep. Good job, that's step one.

Other options for this include, but are in no way limited to: Checking digital clocks and trying to read them, watching for false awakenings/deja-vu, having a detailed morning routine involving one or more of these. Basically checking that anything that's consistently weird in dreams is behaving normally. I don't recommend going full-on Inception and carrying around fucking spinning tops and whatever, though, unless you've got a locket with a picture of your dead child or something, in which case I apologize.
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Nicholas Tootstock - Sat, 17 Dec 2016 04:42:57 EST ID:t0HMuiLy No.45398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Spinning works. Seriously, spin moar fgt.

And fuck the door leading out of your god damn bedroom. Holy fuck, fuck hallways to your bedroom. Jump out your window instead. The most horrifying creatures stand in hallways and will stare you down for hours straight. Jesus fucking Christ, you can't escape the stare.

Trying to orgasm if you ever do get to fuck someone always ends up with you waking up before orgasm and furiously beating down the more raging boner ever. Often with intense feelings of wanting to hit yourself in the nuts. Weird as fuck.

Nothing electrical ever works right either. Light switches, clocks, computers etc. I've had 2 experience where I though I was dreaming but was actually awake. Didn't go to well. Most people don't even know what lucid dreaming is. Screaming naughty words is a good checker. Most people in real life will kinda weird out but in dreams screaming FUCK always makes people float away. The bad part is screaming FUCK in the walmart can get you kicked out.

>One thing the other guy didn't mention I don't think is that when you wake up with sleep paralysis, expect your chest to feel like a bus is sitting on top of it. This shit sucks, especially when Bill-Bob McShadow Tentacle is ominously watching you by the door.

>Spin moar
Priscilla Bunspear - Sun, 18 Dec 2016 00:22:48 EST ID:lQMt93pb No.45401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>some kind of superhuman who can choke himself to unconsciousness at will

Oh lord this gave me a chuckle imagining a superhero who has that as his one and only power.

>Stop right there, criminal s- ZZZZZZZ
Martin Woblingstack - Sun, 18 Dec 2016 07:02:30 EST ID:ClyFf6YX No.45402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was actually really into lucid dreaming a while ago. I stopped when I would sincerely question my reality before doing a reality check. It really makes you appreciate trippy shit we have today, like planes, phones, all technology.
I've beeing doing RC's for a month+ but I smoke a lot of weed these days and I don't keep a journal so meh.
I've also fucksed with paralysis, that shit is mythical.
The consistently increasing and inaudible background noise, your loud heartbeat, your whole body pulsating and tingeling, and then you see your encumbered coat hanger turn into a dark figure edging close to you or a man entering your room, all while being paralysed.
Usually when it happens I close my eyes and try to think of puppies and rainbows to mute the complete terror but that demonic, background sound just starts screaming at you. Even if you close your eyes you just know that there's someone or something there.
Martin Woblingstack - Sun, 18 Dec 2016 07:17:23 EST ID:ClyFf6YX No.45403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A good reality check is closing your nose and trying to breathe through it. It works like a charm and has only failed me once when I wasn't paying attention in a dream. I always try to fuck in dreams, like, always. I'd suggest talking with people, I really want to tell some dream character I am dreaming. Shit, I'd rather live in the dream world forever, too bad the DMT death theory isn't real.

>One thing the other guy didn't mention I don't think is that when you wake up with sleep paralysis, expect your chest to feel like a bus is sitting on top of it. This shit sucks, especially when Bill-Bob McShadow Tentacle is ominously watching you by the door.

lmao i feel that

Repeated dreams of committing suicide by Nicholas Tootstock - Sat, 17 Dec 2016 04:53:30 EST ID:t0HMuiLy No.45399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For over 10 years I've dreamed of committing suicide but in every scenario, I wake up before I die or commit to doing whatever method. In the past year or less I've had repeated dreams though where I go through with it and I actually kill myself. I then see my body fall but my vision remains in the same place as I eyes were before I died and I see my corpse on the ground. An amount of time passes and I wake up with no feelings whatsoever. Before I would feel a sense of mania and insanity along with depression.

>wut doth dat shite mean bruh?
Priscilla Bunspear - Sat, 17 Dec 2016 23:36:41 EST ID:lQMt93pb No.45400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like you are a bit concerned about your inevitable demise and are grappling with its implications on a subconscious level. or u r gettin fragged a lot in halo

meme dreams by Doris Blackstock - Wed, 26 Oct 2016 07:22:56 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45316 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have you ever had a dream that featured celebrity, politician or some other really popular figure?

Have you ever had a dream that featured a mainstream meme like pepe?
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Polly Dinnerstock - Tue, 22 Nov 2016 10:25:01 EST ID:SSEZe8k0 No.45375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I rather recently dreamt (i think it was a few days before the american presidential election) that I was eating on a piece of chicken leg and threw the bone that had a bit of meat on it to a statue of kek.
Wesley Gorrybury - Tue, 22 Nov 2016 23:14:28 EST ID:evcsWFDT No.45376 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I had a dream when I was 6-7ish years old that I met Snoop Dogg and we went on to star on the set of the Drop It Like It's Hot. I've wanted to meet him ever since then.

I've had dreams with at least a few others when I was younger. I fucked J Lo before. In that dream I was in a white room, white bed and had intercourse with five, probably more fine broads, at once. J-Ho was the leader of them all and I had a final boss battle with her.
Edwin Blythefuck - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 18:27:20 EST ID:qtpUHO2B No.45380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had one featuring MC Ride, one featuring Danny DeVito (Who gave me an amulet apparently belonging to hitler) and more than five dreams about Lady Gaga, usually fucking her in the ass
don't even think she's that attractive irl. It's kind of distasteful.
Polly Wonnershit - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 23:56:59 EST ID:QhRbrhUp No.45381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
describe your mc ride dream
Fucking Bennerkeck - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 18:34:36 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Had a dream I was in a car chase, with guns, with mobb deep. i remember being in a crash at the end of the dream

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