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No dreams.. (Except)

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- Sat, 20 Nov 2021 13:29:11 EST K5q4p1HV No.46806
File: 1637432951229.jpg -(1053865B / 1.01MB, 3024x4032) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. No dreams.. (Except)
So, I usually don't recall dreaming (for what I've read, even if one does not recall it, one still dreams, as the brain will not stop functioning while sleeping).
Some friends said that happened to them when they smoked weed for long periods, them after some weeks without smoking, it would return to normality for them - the thing is, I am not a drug user nor ever been).

I can only recal my dreams for some hours (at least with more clarity) when, for example, I wake up and then get back to sleep for a bit longer..

So.. My thing is: anybody with a similar "condition" to this?
Anybody that can give me more info on this? (More than "you sleep so deeply that you can't recall dreams when you wake up" - or at least more on that.

Please?

(Pic unrelated).
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Dextrolord - Sun, 21 Nov 2021 09:23:36 EST tz/2ZrAj No.46807 Reply
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>>46806
Idk the reason behind it, but I know from first hand experience and also talking with friends about similar stuff that it is very common to only remember ur dreams for a few hours or less after waking up:/ but there are plenty of ways to improve ur dream recall, the most popular is keeping a dream journal
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Wesley Pisslepot - Sun, 24 Apr 2022 05:04:23 EST +sgflKgD No.46848 Reply
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>>46807
This.
If you can't remember your dreams, you must say (do it out loud if you don't mind) "I will remember my dream when I wake up" when you're laying in bed, ready to sleep. It helps if you keep thinking about it for a while before going to bed. The key here is to busy your mind with that thought so your brain can pick it up faster after you open your eyes in the morning. After waking up, every second counts: If there's a task or thought exercise when you become conscious again, your brain will ditch the memory of the dream sequence faster.

Using that logic helped me going from no dream memory into lucid dreaming quite fast, anon. Use it wisely. Also dream journal near your eyesight helps.
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Fucking Wupperman - Sun, 15 May 2022 07:14:48 EST X8g8z7Po No.46860 Reply
>>46806
Peoples from foreign lands do not dream at night, maybe in the daytime.

Vivid Cult Dream

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- Tue, 16 Nov 2021 08:15:02 EST 3taxSMUy No.46805
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Monday was a sleepy day. I had take a half gram dose of mushrooms on Sunday, and took 20 MG of IC Hydroxyine HCL to help sleep after. Suffice it to say that I was extremely tired all of Monday, I had a two hour nap at 4, followed by an hour nap around 7, I went to bed at midnight (initially on my couch) and slept for two hours before going to bed proper.


In each of these sleep sessions I had dreams set in the same setting: a pseudo-cult-like religious-ish retreat kind of thing. I distinctly remember seeing at least 3 people, very vividly with the correct voice and face, that are more or less not in my life anymore. At first my head didn't clock this anything as weird, just some festival-like event where people gathered, did drugs, and were generally really good to each other. I was impressed, but in the dream I had felt unprepared to be away from home for awhile.

The people I had seen: One was a friend from high school I feel out with before I graduated, one was a girl that I had a mutual brief romantic interest in, and the last was a long time friend that had moved to the West coast a few months ago that I had mostly fallen out of with. The first two were only briefly in the dream, more of a "Oh shit yeah howve you been!" The last was in the dream a bit longer, we smoked weed in a circle of others.

Having just gone to this place on a whim and liking the vibe, I decided to ask around to learn more about the place and see if it would be worth staying for longer than I had planned. No one would give me straight answers if they answered me at all, and I remember starting to feel increasingly creeped out. After awhile I had come across a person that looked official and asked him, who advised me to follow him into a cafe to talk about it. The cafe was dingy, looking both like it was cobbled together quickly and recently yet messy and lived in like it had been there for years. It was small with only a few people in there, who left shortly after we arrived.

I asked this figure again about the place, who I remember then biting me and trying to rape me. I managed to get away and was then later shortly approached by staff who told me I had to leave. I did. At this point I woke up from my couch at 2am and went to bed proper.

Coming back into the dream later is less clear, I was back there but the imagery is less clear.

One odd thing about this dream unlike many of my dreams, the world of this dream was bright, taking place during a sunset. Typically my dreams usually take place in some kind of starless of night time, the odd few times I even remember my dreams.
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Doris Brannerhall - Sun, 12 Dec 2021 22:32:54 EST Rv4iY2ly No.46811 Reply
>>46805
Not the board for psychedelic trip discussions either

fuck your mushroom highs go have some actual dreams bro not some drug induced story

On topic tho i've had a cult dream or two before, that shit is a wonder.
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Shitting Chogglewater - Sun, 24 Apr 2022 18:26:14 EST WKp7RryS No.46849 Reply
>>46805
Psychedelic trips are always vivid and fall under different rules than natural dreams. Please don't post another one of your trips OP. Also I'm concerned how little meaning the whole plot bears for a mushroom trip, maybe you don't need them at this moment in your life or you've overused them.

That being said, I've a cult dream once too. I'm curious to see what significance >>46811 may have guessed from it (or any other anons). Mine was about getting wisdom from family I think.

weighted blankets

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- Wed, 23 Jun 2021 16:02:26 EST M1WO/biq No.46761
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do weighted blankets effect your dreams? in what way?
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Wesley Pisslepot - Sun, 24 Apr 2022 00:29:34 EST +sgflKgD No.46847 Reply
they usually avoid them by pressing my feet too much to conceal sleep

What effect do they have in your dreams, anon?

University is a cathedral

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- Sat, 23 Apr 2022 17:47:06 EST HtzjLGw6 No.46846
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University is a cathedral.

Post a recurring concept in your dreams' resources.

I've dreamed back to every school stage. I'm always in the intended building, except for college. When I'm surrounded by college classmates, we are all sitting in church benches, in the main nave of the building. The professor's desk is right in front of the altar.

I attend a small technological institute only somewhat relevant within the state and region. No "prestige" or "great wisdom" to it whatsoever.

I can't figure out why my mind always portrays college as a cathedral, other than cathedrals being essentially universities during the middle ages.

What is a recurring association in YOUR dreams? Have you figured out a reason behind it?

Insomnium

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- Wed, 27 May 2020 19:07:15 EST 8zkRua5A No.46573
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No one is safe in The Forest Of Nightmares...
Luckily you brought your best friend Zack with you.

Do you suck Zack's penis?

Please select:

>Yes

>No
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Edward Fuffingdock - Tue, 04 Jan 2022 21:00:20 EST Dm073oKd No.46817 Reply
Yes I suck Zach
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Lillian Billingdale - Sat, 23 Apr 2022 17:06:38 EST +sgflKgD No.46845 Reply
I am Zach's stinky turf

Dream Senses

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- Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:21:53 EST CydJnUEm No.45440
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What was the last thing you smelled in a dream?
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Nathaniel Sebbleridge - Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:38:20 EST NOUv7tWH No.46819 Reply
>>45440
The ocean, or maybe ozone. I don't remember which was more recent.
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Dextrolord - Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:41:49 EST tz/2ZrAj No.46820 Reply
>>45440
Unironically it was pussy, not in a bad way I just had a dream about sexy times last night lol but usually I don't have much sensory info besides tactile and visual and auditory in my dreams. Idk why that is...
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Augustus Battingkene - Sat, 02 Apr 2022 22:22:06 EST QGq/+Sze No.46843 Reply
>>45440
now thinking about never had the sense of smell while dreaming at all.
I can taste food, I get the sensation of physical pain (not to the same extend as if I would hit my head somewhere in real life though for example) But people who say you don't feel pain while dreaming are wrong you definitely can. Basically any sense but weirdly never had smell and never thought about it. kinda weird actually. Very vivid dreamer here so it kinda weirds me out. I mean if I fuck in a dream I sometimes cum in real life but never smelled anything in a dream

Dream advice

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- Mon, 23 Aug 2021 01:39:55 EST f5VEeXTs No.46774
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Anybody have any advice on manifesting thoughts as dreams? Thanks.
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Martin Chumblestark - Thu, 10 Mar 2022 22:30:40 EST mK0JSjjD No.46835 Reply
>>46774
Shit up a sigil
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Bump with your last dream

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- Sun, 25 Aug 2013 05:37:40 EST 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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Henry Fanman - Tue, 22 Mar 2022 07:07:31 EST bRKymck3 No.46841 Reply
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I was watching That '70s Show and made an opinion about Ashton Kutcher and Two and a Half Men Jon Cryer being the 'man'.

That night I quantum leaped to a dream sequence in another race, they had shorter lives and had the youth were sexualized at a higher velocity. I was at a skiing lodge I knew but got kicked out of my room when a crowd turned up and Ashton had a group sex romp in there.
I was a bit disturbed by it, but a a few other people weren't into it. Elliot Page and a friend came up and sat down and wanted to talk, she didn't like the situation and had a bad experience with people there on a short term with life.

People have learned by their past experiences from other lives and still know it when they turn up here.
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Betsy Hoshseck - Tue, 29 Mar 2022 09:58:06 EST VrbMviaU No.46842 Reply
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>>40182
Basically all my dreams are me flying around my town, old towns I’ve lived in, or the backrooms(endless mall version)

Pandemic dreams

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- Wed, 15 Apr 2020 11:20:11 EST JtfrM+hS No.46547
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Have your dreams become infected yet?

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/04/coronavirus-pandemic-is-giving-people-vivid-unusual-dreams-here-is-why/
>Science has long suggested that dream content and emotions are connected to wellbeing while we’re awake. Bizarre dreams laden with symbolism allow some dreamers to overcome intense memories or everyday psychological stressors within the safety of their subconscious. Nightmares, on the other hand, can be warning signs of anxieties that we might not otherwise perceive in our waking lives.

>With hundreds of millions of people sheltering at home during the coronavirus pandemic, some dream experts believe that withdrawal from our usual environments and daily stimuli has left dreamers with a dearth of “inspiration,” forcing our subconscious minds to draw more heavily on themes from our past. In Weller’s case, his long-time obsession with comics came together with his constant scrolling through political posts on Twitter to concoct a surreal scene that he interpreted as a commentary on the world’s economic anxieties.

>At least five research teams at institutions across multiple countries are collecting examples such as Weller’s, and one of their findings so far is that pandemic dreams are being colored by stress, isolation, and changes in sleep patterns—a swirl of negative emotions that set them apart from typical dreaming.
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Caroline Fuckingbanks - Tue, 21 Apr 2020 01:02:06 EST PPYd+gF9 No.46550 Reply
they always were because i always had the chronic lack of social stimulation a lot of people are now experiencing for the first time
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Ernest Crovingshaw - Wed, 23 Jun 2021 20:22:49 EST M1WO/biq No.46762 Reply
had a dream that was directly related to the pandemic
>asleep at mom's house
>driving back up to apartment tommorow
>in dream im doing everything i would normally be doing tommorow, no surreal elements at all
>stop at the gas station i always stop at
>wait in line with black bandana as a mask
>get to front
>realize i have not brought my wallet
>not even sure why i got in line, i handled the pump outside
>clerk is staring at me
>"this is a fucking robbery" in a deadpan for a joke
>clerk doesn't even blink, just smoothly hands me all the money in the till
>"ah, thanks"
>awkwardly stuff the money in my pocket
>leave
>look at my car, right under security camera
>i can't do this, need to go back and explain
>clerk is on the phone
>"oh hang on he's back"
woke up right there. i was mad as hell at myself for being so fucking stupid.
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Nathaniel Chengerbury - Tue, 22 Feb 2022 13:43:09 EST SXdQi5jL No.46830 Reply
>>46762
That's hilarious. Also you have really pussy nightmares. For me that setup would have turned into an endless struggle which became progressively worse until I'm fighting inner commissary and planning my escape from prison
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romance

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- Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:20:58 EST 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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Martha Fanbanks - Wed, 29 Dec 2021 07:59:24 EST xgHUkcj8 No.46816 Reply
>>46195

OP, this happened when I was in prison, it sucked.
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Martha Wuffingworth - Thu, 17 Feb 2022 17:45:25 EST mK0JSjjD No.46826 Reply
>>46195
I have a jewish hypno-dominatrix.
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Graham Fuckingbury - Fri, 18 Feb 2022 01:28:22 EST 0i8BAO8c No.46827 Reply
I think it's your brain's way of telling you what you are missing and spurring you on to look for romance

The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything

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- Tue, 08 Jun 2021 09:01:51 EST kOPv2GM4 No.46760
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Manifesto

  • Time.
Every living or living person wondered about death and his place in this world.
Nobody wants to die. This is a negative element of our life that everyone has to put up with.
There has not yet been a person in the history of mankind who would have had enough time to realize everything that he conceived. Everyone wants to see how their grandchildren grow up, someone wants to see the whole world, someone is just curious and wants to know what will happen next, and someone simply does not have enough life to finish the work of his whole life. Our main enemy is death.
This is an excellent evolutionary tool that allows the weak to dissolve in the sands of time, and to the strong to give perfect offspring. Everything changed when there was an awareness of oneself as a person, when a human appeared!
We are capable of self-awareness, we are a thinking computer in an imperfect biological shell. Our capability goes beyond the capabilities of our body and its shelf life.
This is a cruel joke of the creator or a fatal evolutionary mistake that WE want to fix.
Over the course of our lives, all of us gain invaluable experience and knowledge that allow us to better understand our world and our place in it. The old people see this perfectly, looking back at the younger generation. They repeat all the same mistakes year after year, century after century. A dying 80 year old man, his knowledge and experience are invaluable, he is extremely valuable and important as a repository of knowledge, as a person, as a mind. But this knowledge disappears into the void and we have not yet learned how to preserve it in full.
Humanity has invented a great way - information carrier. Whether it's paper or digital data.
We write books, scientific works, transfer our knowledge, but this is not effective. This format of transferring knowledge has an extremely low efficiency, much is lost and slips away. Each new generation has to learn again, not wanting to listen to their ancestors due to their natural instincts and youthful high spirits, they repeat this cycle of an endless cycle of acquiring basic knowledge.
But why do we have neural networks, machine learning, one step away from creating AI, but cannot solve the problem of death?
This is a very expensive and time-consuming undertaking.
Someone, perhaps on the first point, was very close to this solution, but he lacked the number 2 resource and multitasking.
Contrary to popular opinion, the average age of a person who achieves financial independence and success is 40-45 years. The average life expectancy in the world is 70 years.
Only 20-25 years to complete the plan if the enthusiasm has not disappeared, which only diminishes with age. A very cruel joke ...
A lot of thinking about how to achieve eternity and cheat death led to the impossibility of achieving this alone.
Childhood - 0 - 17 years (up to 17 you are still a child, do not flatter yourself).
Youth - 18 - 26 years old. You have different interests and opportunities, you are curious and acquire a baggage of knowledge.
Maturity 27 - 60. Period of systematization of the experience gained. The most productive and important period in your life.
Old age 60-…. From this moment on, health problems arise, energy and enthusiasm are lost, irreversible processes occur in the body.
Don't think “Great, 70 years is enough for me!”, You don't have 70. You only have 30! Dispose of this amount wisely.
But how do you get around this?
The answer is the unification of time.

  • What do we offer ?
Delegation of authority.
A person in the allotted period of time can be truly successful in perfection only in one industry. We propose to unite efforts, to put our lives on the altar of a common goal.

  • Who are we ?
We are a team of like-minded people, consisting of engineers, biochemists and geneticists, who are ready to fully exchange their time resource to achieve the final result.
We do not believe in divine powers. In our world, everything is very simple, we are just an error or we live in a simulation (we tend to the 2nd option). After death, there is nothing, you simply stop functioning and physically disappear from our reality. You were and now you are not.
Your children continue to live and disappear in the same way, then your grandchildren and so on for centuries. The saṃsāra wheel, if I may say so. A person sees the meaning in this within the framework of his life, but we look at the entire human history, at the entire timeline, for us the meaning is lost. Only children walk around us, who replace old people, nothing lasts forever.
We try not to believe in morality. It is very difficult. This is a fundamental institution of our society that is difficult to cross. He helps us build a healthy society that can distinguish between good and evil, cultivating empathy, help, interaction. But to achieve this goal, morality is a burden. Any means to achieve this goal is acceptable. Morality dissolves within the framework of time and history, and eventually it will lose its meaning. 50 thousand years ago, it did not even exist.
We believe that we have only one chance, one life and we need to do everything to fix it, then it will be too late. We will perish and other people will replace us, just like you.

  • How to do it and what are the ways to achieve the result?
Analyzing all the achievements of mankind, we come to the conclusion that he is only one.
Due to the imperfection of the human body, there is no universal pill, its creation is not effective. Many irreversible processes in the body, CIN and apoptosis only suggest this idea even more.
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Edward Crimmerfuck - Fri, 10 Dec 2021 01:35:38 EST BdnXxGKh No.46809 Reply
>>46760
>>46760
How can the dead fear death when they deluded themselves to rat race in a pond box.
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Doris Brannerhall - Sun, 12 Dec 2021 22:31:04 EST Rv4iY2ly No.46810 Reply
>>46760
this thread belongs on Science or Astronomy and other shit, not the board to post dreams we felt like discussing ya Boon.

lol tho TL;DR
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Sidney Gooddock - Fri, 04 Feb 2022 22:56:21 EST QXrkclPm No.46825 Reply
all in on dogebonk

Disturbing Dreams

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- Fri, 05 Feb 2016 13:02:42 EST yH+vFDou No.44667
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I recently had a really unpleasant dream in which I snuck through a house and stabbed a baby through a duvet using a pair of scissors.
I didn't enjoy it in the dream and I certainly don't relish the memory, but I'm worried I might be going crazy or something.
Does anyone have any experience with this kind of thing?
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James Geffingwick - Sat, 25 Dec 2021 12:06:29 EST 4bkWbwB3 No.46813 Reply
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>>44667

Honestly, smoke weed before bed for about one week. This will stop any dreaming, but then make you sleep hard. Stop the weed and you might have some very real, all-5-senses dreams for about a week after that. This might provide a 'dream reset' and you could have normal dreams after that.
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Hamilton Hemmlechon - Sun, 26 Dec 2021 23:57:11 EST HHciCvqo No.46814 Reply
>>46813
weed doesn't stop dreaming it just wrecks your short-term memory which is critical for remembering dreams
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Martha Fanbanks - Wed, 29 Dec 2021 07:57:05 EST xgHUkcj8 No.46815 Reply
>>46814

Oh, it definitely stops dreaming, well studied messes with REM sleep. Either way, the subjective effect of stopping current dream patters and restarting them would be the same. U am nit sure why you said what you said.

Energy Vampires/ Dream Invaders

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- Mon, 18 Oct 2021 04:06:29 EST kKuDnLOM No.46787
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I'm not a big believer in paranormal, but after my last night's dream I'm convinced there are actual parasitic entities that have the ability to invade our dreams and take disguise of characters in order to feed on our energy. So let me describe the dream:
>be with room mate in a room in what looks like a college campus
>trying to find a movie to watch, can't find anything
>2 typical looking college dudes in black hoodies and black beanies enter the room, plug in the usb, they appear to be friends with room mate
>one of them goes like "I know a good movie but I forgot the title" and "I have 1000s of movies so I'll have to use the search function"
>"can you help me remember the name? -It's about like EMOTIONAL VAMPIRES THAT ENTER PEOPLE'S DREAMS TO DRAIN THEIR ENERGY"
>in my suggestible dream state and unaware of this being a dream I find it sounds familiar and get the feeling I should know the title
>"It's starts with an "I"! says the first one
>"no it's like 2 words" argues another one
>they keep arguing louder and louder, making it hard to think
>I try to ask additional questions but they're so loud I can't get the word
>fuckers start closing in on me, staring dead into my eyes
>one of them gets cocky and blatantly starts repeating the theme of the movie
>I feel my energy being drained, I can barely speak
>at that moment I become lucid and proclaim "you are emotional vampires"
>they vanish, dream ends but I don't wake up instead I get a dreamless good night's sleep and wake up feeling refreshed
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Dextrolord - Fri, 29 Oct 2021 19:29:09 EST 7DAwsIiR No.46790 Reply
>>46787
So I'd say that's pretty on par with a lot of the supernatural phenomena I've encountered. Like once you've experienced something involving them its hard to describe or deny..

But idk if it was thru the power of suggestion or what but I'm gonna make that one of my dream ending tools now, thanks for adding that to my metaphysical toolkit. But anyways, 2 nights ago I read ur post around the end of my day and that night I had a stress dream(as so often happens in a situation like my current one) and I used that "ur a psychic vampire" phrase on the characters in my dream, more just to end an unpleasant dream than because I felt my dreams place being invaded. But I kinda wouldn't be surprised if that sort of thing happens all the time and most people forget it or don't notice it since the ethereal realm is a place that most don't count as real, as far as I've experienced atleast.


>I also wanna mention that a week or so ago I woke some one up and it took them a good 5 minutes to realize they were awake cuz apparently I was in their dream somehow!
>I had never met or spoken to this person before but he was passed the fuck out in his truck with the door open in the gated parking lot of my apartments so I decided to wake him up to be a good neighbor and to help make sure he didn't try driving anywhere in that condition.
>But as I mentioned, he woke up entirely confused as to what was real and what wasn't since he and I were interacting in whatever dream he was having, which sadly he never told me.


It was such a strange and trippy ECCO that I can't ignore it!!

Anybody have some input on y I might have been in this strangers dream directly prior to our first meeting in the waking world??!?
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Doris Brannerhall - Sun, 12 Dec 2021 22:45:42 EST Rv4iY2ly No.46812 Reply
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>>46787
To the /PARANORMAL DISCUSSION/ Board for you, OP. Post this shit on goddam /spooky/ where they have delt with this shit for over a decade lol

Weird nasty sex dream

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- Wed, 12 May 2021 14:29:57 EST yjWHRaUt No.46749
File: 1620844197184.png -(419505B / 409.67KB, 526x526) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Weird nasty sex dream
It's been ages since I posted here but I had this weird gay nasty dream and I don't know who to share it with.

I'm like with this sort of asian girl, and we're really hot for each other, like rubbing against each other or whatever, until she suddenly reveals she's 12, wtf (reminded me of Charly from its always sunny). I tell her she's too young and she should've told me and think what's wrong with me, and then hug her and i can still feel i'm pretty aroused. This dream vanishes and I'm jerking off alone in my bedroom and I suddenly try to blow myself while thinking "well this is pretty gay". And it actually feels good! So i actually go deeper until i'm sort of deepthroating myself and think 'well, it really doesn't hurt to have the practice". i go back to jerking off, and when I'm about to cum, my dick fucking breaks in half, like as if it was cut in half with a knife and i can see the inside of my dick and think "no waay, now it's gonna be so small!", but i end up cumming from my half-dick anyway. Also the chopped-half sort of turns into a cucumber.

Whats the meaning of this? I've been having lots of pretty good sex lately but only with (legal) non-asian women. I consider myself straight for the most part, although I've been growing a bit bored of just having regular vanilla sex. I've also been really stressed with finishing my studies and work and stuff.
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Lillian Pittman - Sun, 19 Sep 2021 10:03:52 EST AKaZpJ+x No.46780 Reply
OP, you need to crack open a twink.
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Rebecca Socklefuck - Fri, 24 Sep 2021 18:34:29 EST B8P9V/gz No.46781 Reply
>>46749
>I've been growing a bit bored of just having regular vanilla sex

I think this mostly explains it. Try doing a girl in the butt. Maybe some bondage.

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