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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
Lucid dreaming of parallel universes? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Polly Wishstone - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:36:30 EST ID:kTvS6tW2 No.46217
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So recently, I've been having lucid dreams more often. They're amazing. But some of my recent dreams it feels as though I'm actually in an alternate reality. I've started to worry I'll get trapped there in the dream. Anyway, it's really fun exploring these other realities (which are similar to my own but have vast differences). I even talk to citizens and got in an argument with someone in a game shop about how dreaming could be a window to parallel universes. It was cool exploring an alternate reality of my town, but I realised my time was ending there and I woke up. Just thought I'd share, don't know if I possessed an alternate version of me or saw their universe through their eyes. I hope it keeps happening because it's awesome and I love knowing I'm in a dream.
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Check out - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 07:11:41 EST ID:fZYOR9AB No.46218 Ignore Report Reply
>>46217
PKD


reoccuring elements Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Rebecca Sellybork - Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:28:43 EST ID:j/7IU3e5 No.45870
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what reoccurring elements do you have in your dreams?

i seem to always be trapped in a maze or some kind of labyrinth unable to get to my destination and loose teeth
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Isabella Chedgekot - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 16:00:47 EST ID:7YBewAUV No.46212 Ignore Report Reply
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People gang up on me and hurt me in my dreams often because it happend in real life and it was not nice.
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Lydia Soshdale - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 13:24:55 EST ID:xaZyTRVd No.46215 Ignore Report Reply
im just always getting chased through a somewhat recognizable city /area ive dreamt before every possible landscape thats occured, forest, ghetto projects, empty sidewalks, im always getting chased and they kill me awake, shoot or stab..
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Clara Henningforth - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 18:23:00 EST ID:ywvUPnPp No.46216 Ignore Report Reply
>>46128
>Would you know it if you were?
That's a good question.
It's been about a year now and the pattern is still the same. A lot less about school and more about having friends who secretly hate me, or bystanders who will act oblivious (not encouraging, just completely oblivious) while I'm being tortured by another person.
I've lived with the default assumption that other people hate me and are measuring me against some metric that I have to evasively pretend I fit for basically all my life. There's an element of guilt too, but that's muddled because I'm not really sure how wrong I was. So I avoid people as much as I can, and when someone says hello to me I pretend not to hear them. Obviously I feel isolated as fuck and I'm suspicious as hell of other peoples' suspiciousness. Used to get blamed for doing things I didn't do a lot when I was younger, by both parents.
I don't feel depressed in the way I did when I was a teenager. I just feel walled in and completely fucked. And I know that -my- behavior is off-putting to people, which makes them suspicious, which makes me suspicious of them, which makes my behavior more off-putting, etc. Until I explode and do something stupid and everyone assumes I'm some kind of ultra-malevolent demonic asshole, or at least I assume that they assume that.


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Clara Pockleshit - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 00:48:44 EST ID:HWFa9Zms No.46214
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succubus dreams Ignore Report View Thread Reply
daume - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 19:37:34 EST ID:OLjyw/Hd No.46213
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this is a recurring thing for me lately. i have been having sexual dreams involving a shapeshifting woman. in one instance, it took the form of an ex fuck buddy and we fucked, it was amazing but later she transformed into another girl and fucked two other guys. it was a bit bizarre but i didn't think too much of it at the time. however, last night i had a particularly terrifying night/set of dreams. it took a long time to fall asleep, and when i finally did my 'dream memory' begins with me becoming semi-lucid, in bed with a girl who i had just had sex with, in an unfamiliar house. she vanished when i looked away for a moment and i was left alone. i went out into a hallway and saw two identical, dismembered bodies (arm/leg missing), floating in midair. this is when the unnerving atmosphere began to really set in and i felt i was being constantly watched and tricked by the succubus. i felt something crawling in my mouth and pulled out a beetle covered in green goo, it somehow appeared there. i continued wandering through the strange house, occasionally retracing my steps only for the previously visited rooms to have changed completely. it really fucked with my semi lucid mind, being so lost and confused. i came across a room with a bunch of multicolored, cubic toys spinning and dancing silently. i briefly recall walking around an urban/city environment after this but cant remember much. there was another bit where i was on a dock at night time crowded with people, when an aircraft suddenly exploded after being attacked by an armed helicopter, and everyone started panicking. the helicopter rained down machine gun fire onto the crowded dock and suddenly i was transported to the next part of the dream.

the next sexual act with the succubus (in the same set of dreams, same house as previously mentioned) involved the succubus sucking another guy's dick while she forced my onto my knees to kiss her feet (don't judge me but this really turned me on and easily seduced me.) this went on for a while and eventually the other guy vanished. i became angry at the succubus because i felt as if the penetration and sexual domination she had forced on me had drained my life essence/chi in some way. i grabbed…
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Dreams about bodybuilding Ignore Report View Thread Reply
James Drurringridge - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 09:22:25 EST ID:JCAy4kyv No.46168
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Do you guys think I can do it because I can
I've always wanted to be a bodybuilder do you think i can do this (pic
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Edward Fallybanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 07:33:41 EST ID:3Ho9pXJ7 No.46191 Ignore Report Reply
>>46168
I've been a skeleton my whole life, I started lifting around 5-6 months ago and I don't look that different, but I see the difference. It's all about willpower and mentality anon.
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Betsy Hecklelone - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 23:39:15 EST ID:Cbu5yoaL No.46196 Ignore Report Reply
>>46191

Yeh, it took me over a year before I starting seeing super noticeable differences, but nearing two years now and I'm pretty much super ripped now. It's all about willpower, mentality, and knowledge. You've gotta know proper nutrition and exercise, but that's only the one half of the equation. Good luck fellows
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Jarvis Nendleville - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 06:48:07 EST ID:VYDvW1Rv No.46211 Ignore Report Reply
>>46196

All this. It's all about the science of diet and exercise. Spend a good two weeks studying fitness and nutrition, muscle structure, etc.

You aren't going to become Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2-3 years of bodybuilding. For a lot of people it's a lifelong commitment, and they've been at it for a decade or more to achieve a body that makes people's jaws drop, but I've been at it properly now for two years just like this person I'm replying to and I can now officially say I'm ripped as fuck, like random strangers comment on my body sometimes when I go places.

I have complete faith that anyone can be a bodybuilder if they truly want those goals. It's equal parts proper knowledge in diet and exercise, and dedication. If you don't eat and exercise right then it doesn't matter how dedicated you are, and if you don't have the dedication to actually get out there and lift on schedule then all of that knowledge about diet and exercise is a complete waste. Once you get in the groove though it becomes second nature.


School dreams Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Edward Dashway - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 23:39:18 EST ID:3ql1tOZD No.46205
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When i was in highschool and fell asleep at my desk id have really strange vivid, semi lucid dreams. A lot of them involved smoking weed or cigs in class but one time i realized i was dreaming and could do anything so i shot up the school. I woke up and was so confused why the hell i would even do that. I was pretty anti social then, like i had friends but didnt want to involve myself with society at all, just do drugs and listen to music. Idk if it has to do with anti social behavior or resent or just a desire to be unconstricted but it was pretty disturbing considering it was semi-conscious..
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Doris Goodway - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 16:30:36 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.46210 Ignore Report Reply
>>46205
You were more of an edgelord as a teenager, as were the rest of us. If you were still that way it'd be something to start worrying about, but you aren't, so you shouldn't.


🆕 Haunting Hyperrealistic Dreams 🆕 Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Walter Chorringtine - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 09:53:11 EST ID:9bbMqs7R No.46206
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Any dream experts know what to do? They're my regrets and attachments on repeat. The weird thing is they only started about a year ago. The things that I regret have been around a lot longer than that. So it must not be as related to the regrets themselves as something else. Something must have changed and I'd like to change it back. It is very difficult to sleep now.

Also if anyone else gets these, feel free to share them or feels relating to them. 😪
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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 16:34:10 EST ID:/Ts49BoS No.46207 Ignore Report Reply
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>>46206
Godbless. Even the worst nightmares are like the best PKD novel times a thousand.
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Doris Goodway - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 16:24:20 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.46208 Ignore Report Reply
Find a way to accept and make peace with your regrets so you no longer so strongly regret what happened. In other words, focus on growing as a person, successfully integrating and internalizing those experiences, moving on, and progressing toward self-actualization.

Seems such a simple and obvious answer you'd almost think it was dumb, but it's easily the most effective way of achieving this and comes with the added bonus of improving as a human being.
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Doris Goodway - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 16:27:54 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.46209 Ignore Report Reply
The logic being, of course, if you're having unwanted dreams about your regrets, stop having regrets to have unwanted dreams about. Your mind is trying to tell you to find closure because for whatever reason the current conclusions following the events you regret aren't something you are okay with and you know deep down there are actions you could take to make amends or to improve so that you don't repeat the same mistake all over again.


A link between worlds? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Shit Sundlewater - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 18:54:30 EST ID:bWsaP2zn No.46199
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Anyone like...ever lose a loved one and have them "visit" you in a dream? Like I'm not spiritual or religious at all, but my gf died about a year ago, and ive had a few dreams where we're talking and like....its in like present tence, and its totally fucking me up.
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Shit Sundlewater - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 19:55:27 EST ID:bWsaP2zn No.46201 Ignore Report Reply
>>46200
Hmm...well has anyone else had this happen? It really is fucking with me. I sat in bed like...catatonic for like 1.5 hours
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Edward Fibbledock - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 21:38:56 EST ID:L/jQSA+R No.46202 Ignore Report Reply
>>46201
what's wrong with it? why does is fucking with you? All is happening now, the energy doesn't die, everything is here now we can connect with anything since it's literally in the same place at the same time. Dreaming you take your attention from the physical and everything becomes more fluid, less sequenced.
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Isabella Blellerstutch - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 07:07:48 EST ID:IPjVmo1n No.46203 Ignore Report Reply
yeah. that's normal. you miss her. sorry mang. it'll happen less with time.


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Nigel Nopperfire - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:20:58 EST ID:7GKIAVvI No.46195
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for anyone here who's alone, men or women, what are your feelings on those romantic dreams? The ones where your soulmate somehow presents themselves to you and you feel a feeling you've never experienced before in the waking world (or maybe you have if you've had a meaningful relationship that you lost).. I had one of these dreams and the joy was so deep that I felt mentally sick when I woke up. I didn't cry but I just felt so empty, like I was pessimistic and sure that I will never experience that feeling outside of a dream, even though I can't be sure, knowing that the feeling turned out to just be my imagination killed me. It was such a deeply depressing feeling that nothing felt real when I woke up, all I was thinking was how devastated I was that I had lost true love.

I've had these dreams a couple times, every time the feeling in the morning is the same. Although I have to say, however the dream is produced, whatever my mind is doing to give me the experience, I have to be thankful.. These dreams mean SO much to me no matter how horrible they make me feel when I wake up.

What are your thoughts on these?
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Awe God !!Bwteoy2D - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 15:51:57 EST ID:Iwzgqj+h No.46197 Ignore Report Reply
>>46195
Exactly. I just feel incredibly thankful. For me it wasn't a significant person, rather significant beauty and exaltation. To be honest even my nightmares make me more excited nowadays than my waking life, so all I do when I wake up if I remember to and remember any dreams is just feel gratitude that I even recall any of it.


Bump with your last dream Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Hedda Turveyhood - Sun, 25 Aug 2013 05:37:40 EST ID:dTd50D2Q No.40182
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Was a little drunk last night, high, and I took some 5-htp before bed. Got a crazy vivid dream where I met a dream girl. Can't tell you what her face looked like, but she had a great body and blonde hair (not really my preference in real life), but she was so down to fuck. We had crazy dream sex in the middle of a party on like a convertible limo cruisin' down the street.

The other half of this dream was spent running from the cops because I harbored a fugitive toon, Roger Rabbit (fell asleep to this movie like a week ago). That freaky judge from the movie was chasing after me.

Interesting side note, I had a recurring nightmare as a young child where this same judge would break into my house and I runaway through some parallel haunted house-ass dimension in my closet.

Anyway tl;dr post the last dream you had.

Pic related. Best estimate of the dream girl minus the beefy arms
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Polly Hogglespear - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 18:14:05 EST ID:ywvUPnPp No.46192 Ignore Report Reply
>>46057
Damn that's some twilight zone shit
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Ebenezer Blussleman - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 23:50:33 EST ID:Cbu5yoaL No.46193 Ignore Report Reply
>>46057

>as if they were staring from within my head, those "people" from the dream still alive within me and realising me.

That's just the machine elves, bro.
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Betsy Fibberkud - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 23:24:09 EST ID:Hgx+dk5e No.46194 Ignore Report Reply
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it was sleep paralysis. I was in my bedroom but everything was stretched like a polar coordinate filter. i didn't recognize it. i was immobile and screaming for help for what seemed like forever. then i regained control of my body like nothing happened


deja vu proof Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Nathaniel Gedgewell - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 19:22:29 EST ID:7GKIAVvI No.46189
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Have any of you who had deja-vu in real life traced it back to a dream you had? The only way to prove it would be if you recorded the dream in a dream journal otherwise your brain could be playing a trick on you, such as the case with deja vu.
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Nigel Blunningtit - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 23:49:49 EST ID:d6LGfXip No.46190 Ignore Report Reply
once you learn how a deja vu occurs you won't even care about this post.


Melotonin Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Frederick Fushdog - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 22:09:46 EST ID:0irT+Uam No.46186
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Melotonin is a common suppliment, I take this stuff to help me get to sleep, it occurs naturally in the brain but any drugstore or pharmacy has it, and it is naturally released when it gets dark out to trigger sleepieness as part of the cicadian rhytherm.

It gives me weird dreams. Like I'm psychically bonding with homeless people and the cosmic spirits are annoyed with me weird dreams.
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Phyllis Cronningshaw - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 18:59:51 EST ID:gQ2i8zwo No.46187 Ignore Report Reply
Melatonin has helped me quite well in the past and I also experienced quite intense dreams while taking it. What I remember most about the melatonin dreams was the fact I had multiple memorable dreams each night and they were also quite social dreams, i.e. dreams where I'd meet loads of people.

Just a heads up though: you should definitely only use the melatonin prescribed by doctors. The supplement form of melatonin which does not require a prescription doesn't go through the same forms of testing and regulating and is highly unreliable with regards to quality and appropriate dosing.
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Nigel Nupperfield - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 13:38:05 EST ID:0irT+Uam No.46188 Ignore Report Reply
>>46187
you're probably right, I had some pretty good melatonin cheap from walmart but then recently bought some from riteaid that's different and much worse.


bambooindreams Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Nigel Cherringsodge - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 18:15:43 EST ID:QiFag65p No.46141
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sup/DR/, So, I lost my soulmate one year and five months ago to a heroin overdose, anyway two nights ago, she came to me in a vivid dream, she jumped off a freight train(we rode trains) , and gave me a bamboo pipe, it was empty with weed resin, it was extremely vivid, to the point I forgot she died all together and I woke up and remembered she died, wtf does this mean? I never known her to have a Bamboo pipe, only for riding freight, anyone have a clue wtf the even signifies?
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Martin Soshstone - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 19:49:34 EST ID:rndtFaQq No.46152 Ignore Report Reply
say chur yur sur oju ojin erihan followed by her name and she will be in your dreams
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George Dammershit - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 15:12:38 EST ID:Dc5YHgOF No.46182 Ignore Report Reply
ayyyy i lost the love of my life to a heroin overdose too. never gets better does it?
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Sidney Dillyhall - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 18:50:03 EST ID:QiFag65p No.46184 Ignore Report Reply
>>46182 no it doesn't, hate to say it.


re-occurring dream Ignore Report View Thread Reply
James Nicklefield - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 07:22:17 EST ID:ckL6oTvu No.46173
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I have a certain dream for the past two days.
It starts with me being in a store, I desperately want to buy something (usually a vidya) but I never find anything I want. But I keep staying in the store in hopes that I find something I want to buy, like I wanted to buy something so much in these dreams.
What the hell could these dreams mean?
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Sophie Brookbury - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 07:25:19 EST ID:r+0nZFt1 No.46178 Ignore Report Reply
>>46173
In the end OP your dreams are created by your minds and the every symbol means something slightly different to different people. We can guess but you'll know best if that's how you see something.

You have a memory in a store not unlike the one in your dream where you couldn't find what you wanted and you wanted it. Maybe you are currently bored or disappointed with video games (or entertainment or something else they could represent) and can't find a good title. Maybe you are just hungup on not getting the thing. Maybe you are just worried you won't be able to find things you want when you go looking. I had a dream based on a hangup and when I woke up I realised it wasn't something I had to face, the dreams started to change and then stopped because I realised this wasn't a real problem I don't have to go back to school and take A Level maths again
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Sidney Snoddale - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 15:39:23 EST ID:D+z5uUtu No.46179 Ignore Report Reply
You're looking in the wrong places for your right things, try and leave the store and go out looking for more.
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Phoebe Fiffingridge - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 18:08:51 EST ID:em5obzBG No.46183 Ignore Report Reply
>>46173
I don't think you worded it right, but my understanding is a judgement your making of yourself from the past. Something that your avoiding critiquing because of your enjoyment, going to the store as a kid desperate for a good time and settling.


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