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Dreaming about my dead father by Cyril Bardwater - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 18:26:17 EST ID:EgR1cx0x No.45949 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night I had a pretty vivid memory of my father sitting with my mother, my mother talking to some friends and my father just completely happy, laughing and smiling and looking at my mother and me.

I've dreamt of him several times since his death almost 2 years ago, and every time I'm so shocked that he's alive that I'm frozen in place. I want to talk to him, I want to hug him so badly, even if it's just a dream but I always end up staring at him, and him just smiling at me. The first time I dreamt of him since his death, I ran in for a hug but he vanished like a cloud just like in the movies.

Anyone else dream of the dead?
Martha Sammersadge - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:40:25 EST ID:cr43iJ6m No.45952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yes. Since my grandmother died, she appears in my dreams about once a year. I know its just my subconscious wanting her to still be alive, but she's said that she's there to check up on me. I wake up in tears every time.

Anyone feel like interpreting this dream I had with me? by Cedric Fongerlirk - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 15:29:57 EST ID:WNSCAZax No.45946 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A week ago I had a really vivid dream (I've only gotten like 3 since I was a little kid). I wrote down a little summary when I woke up and felt like sharing it on here

I had a dream that I woke up on the couch I was sleeping, but the house was different. Slight differences like a curtain over the tv and some strange ornament. My memory of this part isn't great, I know I had some plan to go up north and I was supposed to give someone a ride up there. Soon I was in some strange but beautiful little memorial/park. It was in a snowy forest and somehow related to world war 1. The first little area was two dark and wooden 2 story cabins that apparently had a tragic story. A mother with kids and their neighbor were sick or starving and one day the family found the neighbor had killed herself. The mother realized maybe it was better to do the same with her children and save them the pain. I climbed up one cabin and looked through the top window to find what looked like the ancient remains of the neighbor. I thought of looking in the other but decided against it because I didn't want to see the children. I got back to wandering the park. The cabin was in some sort of little work area, surrounded by piles of scrap metal and fences. But around the entire fenced area was a beautiful forest with melting snow. I moved on to another area. It looked like trenches from the war, and it was even snowier now. No snow fell, just a thick blanket covered the hills and trees. I was about to take a picture when I saw a girl walking ahead of the group she was with. She was wearing winter clothes and a beanie, had brown hair under the hat. She was cute. I smiled and said hey. I asked her what her name was and told her mine. I had strong feelings for her already. Eventually her family caught up with her and so did my little brother, who came out of nowhere. I was hitting it off with the girl who's name i can't remember now. She said I had a cool name though... Hm. Anyway at this point I thought of the guy who needed a ride and said fuck him. I followed the girl and her siblings to their parents van and they offered to take us to the end of the whole park. They drove as it became more mountainous and cold. At one poi…
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Sidney Gommershaw - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 16:47:51 EST ID:QRKY41Hh No.45951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i would if it wasn't a wall of text OP

Continuation Dreams by Samuel Tillingwill - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:42:30 EST ID:synOmQ3R No.45926 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Quite often, I will be dreaming - and it's usually not a pleasant dream - and I'll wake up for whatever reason. Screamed myself awake, cat on face, have to piss, whatever.

Most of the time I'm relieved I'm out of the dream.....

Except when I fall back asleep the dream picks up right the fuck where it left off. Not like, 'similar scenery' I'm talking... the exact point where I awoke, I'm back in it.

It makes me so upset, like I can't escape. Doesn't matter if I wake up once or six times, if it's one of my spanning dreams, if I go back to sleep,I'm stuck. There have been a few instances where the dream was SO terrible, I just stayed up the 2nd time I awoke because I was terrified it would continue.

I keep a dream journal nightly, and in review it seems like I get this kind of thing once every 6-8 weeks. I have NO advanced notice that I'm gonna be stuck in a storyline.

Has anyone else had this, or even something similar??
Ebenezer Hankinfudging - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:01:05 EST ID:t3IKdCvP No.45927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know what you're talking about. The continuation of the plot could have something to do with your surroundings. Have you tried changing the room you sleep in or spraying some febreze before going back to sleep? Things like smell and sound can leak into your dreams.
George Pickridge - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 02:01:26 EST ID:7dGJXEv9 No.45950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The only time this happened was when I was a kid I had a dream about swimming deep under water for a contest. Four nights in a row. But it wasn’t a bad dream. I was just swimming underwater like I had gills. In a Mexican pyramid like arena.

Bump when dreaming by Martin Femblelock - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:38:27 EST ID:Z1c27HK5 No.45590 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Had a dream last night that my mom was stomping on my head. Another one where crazy colourful figures where screaming at me. Ever since I cut down on weed my dreams are more vivid as expected. A lot of them have no chill but it's still interesting. I'm not even sure I can seperate a nightmare from a regular dream, in a good way. At least it makes me feel something, even though I might wake up sweaty. I'd like to enjoy some sleep paralysis again where I see the Mr. dark figured fuck-your-shit-up-fam guy. It's about the only excitement I have.
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Doris Blatherway - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:03:25 EST ID:dXm+lEbB No.45924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Which album lady gaga tho.
Was she poker face lady gaga or bad romance lady gaga or alejandro lady agaga
Simon Siddlebare - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 21:35:14 EST ID:hAdqmr2V No.45925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
paparazzi lady gaga but she was wearing casual clothes
Graham Seshwill - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 11:37:57 EST ID:DvuRGt2U No.45943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Buying food, cashier trying to pretend I didn't pay. I call her out on her bullshit and all the employees in the store attack me.
Ernest Mingershit - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 10:44:49 EST ID:vheb5bdj No.45947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I found a tank in the woods and drove it to a restaurant where I had a nice dinner with my family. Afterwards, I took it through the car wash where they had a special deal just for tanks.
Eliza Donkinwell - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 16:53:54 EST ID:QRKY41Hh No.45948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so much beauty

Do you think I can alter my PTSD nightmares through lucid dreaming? by Hedda Turveybury - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 04:26:25 EST ID:1IYYb+IG No.45893 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have recurring nightmares of my last partner beating me. I've been wondering if I could get some kind of catharsis through changing the dreams. I don't think it could get much worse than helplessly reliving that so I'm willing to give it a try.
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TankerWanker - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 17:56:27 EST ID:McnIj581 No.45935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe a late reply, but I'll toss it out here anyway in hope i might help.

Short Answer: Absolutely yes.

Long Answer: There is no 'if' involved. Begin the practice of lucid dreaming and you will not only be able to heal your mental/psychic injuries, but you will be able to use them as a catapult to a higher place of well being and strength

First and foremost; remind yourself that ptsd is an injury. It is not like a loss of limb or something permanent. It is an injury, a wound, damage done to your brain and mind.

Second, remind yourself it is an injury that WILL heal. The fact that you are seeking methods of accelerating that process means you WILL accelerate that process.

Healing takes time and nuturing. Whether it be setting a broken bone and casting it, or spending the time talking or discussing or venting to a trusted audience; be that a friend, a therapist or the mirror, or even confronting a factor head on, like psychicly resetting a dislocation, it will still take some doing and it won't be an easy quick fix.

Dreams are the brain's natural way of 'closing open tabs' or washing away subconscious detrius. Which makes them a PERFECT tool for self-guided healing, in every way, especially for mental injury.

There is a massive amount of guidance and resources available on the net to teach anyone and everyone how to lucid dream and if you actually want to, then DO IT.
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Edwin Wittinglock - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 22:48:57 EST ID:QP5a6mEN No.45938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Phyllis Wuddlehood - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 06:26:45 EST ID:OqdMWy/Q No.45940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
since by my understanding all dis-ease begins with emotion and you could say is psychosomatic, does it follow that you can heal physical discomfort through your dreams?
Polly Sudgespear - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 19:17:38 EST ID:wQNLvYrV No.45944 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>all disease begins with emotion

so if i blew a buff of anthrax in your face the effects would be due to your emotion? how about malaria?
Alice Sozzlewell - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 06:49:25 EST ID:QRKY41Hh No.45945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yes, both are same. hitting a car while riding a bike is preceded by emotion, the sort of emotion that resonates with a car hitting you. imo

how to not remember dream when awaking by Albert Chuddlechidge - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:19:25 EST ID:Xb1iJbS7 No.45918 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used to not remember my dreams. Now, for the past three weeks I have nightmares every time I sleep. Themes include but are not limited to: drowning, deep slicing stabbings, torture, animal mauling, chases. Most are violent and gory where deaths are involved (usually by knife). While dreaming, I have been killed, killed others, and witnessed killings done by others. I can't get the images out of my head of the anguished faces being tortured and the twisted pleasurable smile of the torturer. Most of them include people I know, especially my family. I also get sleep paralysis, which is even more terrifying to me. I dread laying in bed when I'm tired. Some nights I'll be laying with the lights on, and I purposefully try to stay in the beginning stages of sleep without going to REM sleep. It feels like I'm half asleep while still being conscious. This leaves me very tired and mentally unfocused the next day. Most nights, I think drinking alcohol until I pass out will help but I still remember. I'm not against using drugs to not remember dreams. I've learned the techniques and tried lucid dreaming but am unsuccessful so far. I'm sick of having nightmares. I don't know what to do or why it's happening.
Eugene Hopperwag - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 22:24:47 EST ID:8QpzH8IK No.45942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well benzos help with both falling asleep and remembering jack shit so go find some xanax.

why am i such a dick in my dreams? by Frederick Nenningwatch - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 06:21:24 EST ID:pAD3y/qt No.45939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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it started all of sudden, usually the nastiest thing id do in a dream would be small thefts, but now almost everyday something awful happens, most notably sharing my ex gfs nudes on facebook, strapping a baby to a gokart and remotely driving him in a mortal osbtacole course and sending death treaths to handicapped people

while i find these dreams very funny, i'm worried about why they are there in the first place
Sophie Gullerwot - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 01:12:24 EST ID:JQ9tQvuQ No.45941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Could be dysphoria with a certain aspect of yourself?

You find these images funny, but are concerned that you're being so "dick-ish"?

There ya go.

If it happened in your normal life would you find it funny?

Maybe think about why or why not and what that means to you, eh?

Dream Powers by Sidney Honeywill - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 01:36:06 EST ID:KgqT/nBe No.45700 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My mother has the ability to dream of things, occurrences, she has no direct exposure to. Not prophetic, but a sort of telepathy. It's generally benign things and it runs in her family.
How do I unlock my hidden family powers?
DemonBoner69 - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 07:17:28 EST ID:yPPsDaKG No.45701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should look into lucid dreaming it will help you alot. IDK how much you remember your dreams but it doesn't hurt to keep a dream journal also so you don't forget any important details.
Martin Bardhood - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 18:46:59 EST ID:McnIj581 No.45936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dat niggas mouth look like a blown out asshole
Phyllis Mennerstore - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 12:44:57 EST ID:KkRjQF9U No.45937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yup just lay there for a bit when you wake up and try to recall. I've had a couple dreams where I learn things about people I didn't know before. Mostly lucid dreams though

Overcoming Insomnia? by PS !gPIBqVmoRQ - Fri, 15 Dec 2017 10:20:47 EST ID:VIWAXFsP No.45874 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Heyall. I have been experiencing heavy dream lapses for some time now, and from what I can tell it's most likely due to not getting enough sleep. I know I am still dreaming, but it is not lucid, and usually all that remains is weird pieces and an overall feeling or tone, which believe it or not are usually really bad. Thing is, with my job and living situation I'm usually only getting 5 hours a night. Does /dr/ know any tips for squeezing in an hour or two of sleep when I can, chemically induced or otherwise..?
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Barnaby Hillylock - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 11:17:32 EST ID:Rj1tWyNP No.45901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Count braths on the inhale and say a word on the outhale. Repeat over and over.
Clara Clesslebid - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 04:15:43 EST ID:PVDH0u+r No.45905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Isabella Pockfield - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 23:38:32 EST ID:mvWmt1J1 No.45931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
melatonin definitely worked for me at first, but you can become reliant on it.
DemonBoner69 - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 23:00:17 EST ID:9cKIJpgP No.45932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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5-htp works for me but will also give me crazy ass dreams. Also don't take it with an SSRI cause it messes with serotonin levels.
TankerWanker - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 16:13:19 EST ID:McnIj581 No.45934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have had a lot of experience with insomnia; due to diet and lifestyle and then ptsd and then again diet and lifestyle. The ptsd factor I dealt with and got over thru exercise, meditation, yoga and some other mental resiliancy techniques, but the diet and lifestyle factor was easy

Like the other guys said, eating healthier helps, being mindful of some of the natural side effects of foods and herbs made a big difference

For one; caffeine. Absolutely none after 13h00. That was difficult for me because i needed that shit because i wasnt sleeping... vicious cycle. But I cracked the whip upon myself, so to speak, and made that a personal law and bam. I slept

Then I started wanting better quality sleep, so I started to learn what foods are naturally energizing and belong to breakfast and lunch, and what foods to wind down with at supper

I push my supper later, like 19h00, so my body starts to produce digestive enzymes around 18h00 and generally by 21h00 I'm able to go to sleep any time after

On top of that, and this is VERY important: Get off the computer, put away the phone/tablet, & turn off the tv at LEAST 30 minutes to an hour before bed. LED lights are fucking horrible for our sleep because of the blue light they produce that totally kills our brains natural melatonin production. Heck, make sure there are no LEDs in your bedroom whatsoever. Even that little red light that a powered off device has lit is emitting blue phase light that is fucking with your brain. Get that shit out of your bedroom or use a master switch, like on a power bar, to kill the power completely to those things.

Give your brain a good hour to actually just relax & wind down without any electric light before bed. Make a cup of herbal tea* & light a candle. Treat your fine self to some quality reflection time before you get into bed at all and I promise you, you will sleep better.

*I highly recommend a blend of Mugwort and Chamomile. If you must sweeten it, use honey

reoccuring elements by Rebecca Sellybork - Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:28:43 EST ID:j/7IU3e5 No.45870 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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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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Dextrolord - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:29:35 EST ID:MwYner25 No.45915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I HATE those teeth falling out dreams. I almost never get chased tho
Phoebe Smallwater - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 16:24:28 EST ID:hAdqmr2V No.45922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Going back to school but it has a different theme. Sometimes it's also an airport, sometimes it's also a hospital, sometimes it's a museum, sometimes it's a cave system, etc. I have to sneak out somehow without being caught by teachers or tattled on by other students
Lots of sexual assault, of which I am always the victim
Playing fucking video games that are completely made up on the spot. But I literally become the game so I'm not just a player.
A lot of casual and covert cruelty. A general feeling of being hated, always.
Decadence and physical beauty in the environment contrasted with complete meaninglessness.
Also like another anon ITT my dreams are very aquatic.
Barnaby Sollyledging - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 09:31:55 EST ID:jIjP4C33 No.45929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never dreamt of being chased or my teeth falling out. i do dream a lot about gore though. like REALLY bad gore, ever since i was a child. sometimes it happens to me, sometimes im forced to watch it happen to friends, family or animals. for me, i usually get stabbed, tased, choked, gutted, shot, raped, or starved. when it happens to others they get dismembered or horribly mutilated. i was a pretty fucked up little kid.
Phineas Seckletod - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 01:18:22 EST ID:LiSJuAaA No.45930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
UFOs, theme parks, nighttime (always night in my dreams), being lost, schools, malls, and movie theaters that are like skyscrapers or have ceilings 100 ft tall, nuclear apocalypses, sex, hair/teeth falling out, someone I love dying and having to cope with the aftermath, working at a job i've never worked before, that sort of thing.
Edward Buzzstock - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 13:46:02 EST ID:z+CgthvC No.45933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
industrial stuff in the past like trains, facilities, industrial cities... Now more just about the mediocre city life or on some ocasions ufos or extradimensional beans, amazing nature and architecture. It's fine.

How do I stop cumming while asleep? by Eliza Clockleworth - Sun, 17 Dec 2017 08:32:18 EST ID:1YPmtqIT No.45877 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep having super lame wet dreams. I wouldn't mind so much if I was having hot sex in my dreams but they'll just be like normal dreams for the most part and then something in the dream will start rubbing my dick for a little while, like I'll be riding a horse or something and then I'll cum. Sometimes something sex related will happen, like today I was watching hentai in my dream, but it's always short, lame and unsatisfying and I wake up with a load of cum in my boxers anyway. I'm getting sick and tired of having to wipe cum up first thing in the morning. This has happened like almost every day for over a week now.

How can I stop this shit? I haven't changed my masturbation habits, I still do it like every other day or so, should I up it to every day? Really the only thing that's changed as far as I can tell is I started taking probiotics recently and that sort of correlates with the increase in wet dreams. The poops are so good I don't want to give that up if I can avoid it.
Matilda Sebblefield - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 13:28:04 EST ID:qtpUHO2B No.45904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what kind of probiotics?
some of them make your balls grow, that's probably what's doing it
try a chunk of cheddar cheese or some cayenne pepper before bed to quiet your nerves
Charlotte Sandlewill - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 17:32:35 EST ID:Sjn6/VK3 No.45914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
From what I understand most guys do this if they don't masturbate or have sex enough. Just orgasm more and it should stop. Your body is going to get rid of excess sperm and sexual energy one way or another, so if you don't want nocturnal emissions more orgasms while you're awake should solve it.

Father dreams by Lydia Clemblecheg - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 21:03:20 EST ID:tKB4bMbY No.45906 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had 2 really strong dreams about my dad. The first one was around 5 years ago. It was the apocalypse, and my father had decided he didn't want to go on living on this world. We are at his house, and he hands me over a gun so I can kill him. I shoot at his chest and my eyes fill with tears, he is agonizing, he's in pain, my shot didn't kill him, he begs me to kill him, and with tears falling out of my eyes I tell him 'I love you, old man' and I shoot again, one, two, three times. He's dead. He suddenly turns into my doctor (whom I've known for more than 20 years, and has always been a sort of paternal figure), and Im at his office. He's also going away, and he hands me a one dollar bill, that's all he's gonna give me before he goes away. I look at him disappointed, that's it? just that?

Last night I dreamt my dad was moving in with his new girlfriend (I don't live with him). He writes a goodbye letter to me, another to my brother, another to my mum. The one for my mum is really long. Mine is written in toilet paper. I go into the bathroom to read it, and I don't know why I start crying. I close the door and turn on the shower, but the water gets the note and the paper just dissolves. The letter is practically unreadable, but it seems as if he's going away forever. He's decided to leaves us for once and for all. When I look at the letter again, it's just a chain of amulets, that hold a single word in it each. What it said was pretty much meaningless, I dont quite remember if it were all like articles and propositions, or just a shortened version of what he had written earlier.

Anyway, my relationship with my dad has gone to shit in the last few years. We barely talk to each other. He's kind of an asshole. Not like a terrible abandoning alcoholic asshole. Just a stuck up, sort of violent, cheap, selfish asshole. I just realized how important my first dream about my dad was a few months ago. Like, killing your own father, that's symbolically huge. I wonder what may lie beyond his goodbye letter, the toilet paper, the amulets, etc.
Graham Shittingson - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 05:16:20 EST ID:4j7wGwQx No.45909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bro at some point your dad is gonna die

how does that make dream you feel

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