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Reverse Nightmares

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- Fri, 13 Sep 2019 02:22:39 EST mW2kg70A No.46321
File: 1568355759974.jpg -(271438B / 265.08KB, 670x1307) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Reverse Nightmares
Do you ever have dreams where instead of being chased by monsters or beasts (or some other "scary" type scenario), you are the monster doing the horrible things?
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Dextrolord - Wed, 25 Sep 2019 12:42:32 EST N7chnMAq No.46331 Reply
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>>46321
UHmm not no my recollection no, I've had fucked up dreams and done fucked up stuff in the dreamspace a few times but I don't think I've ever had a malicious reverse-nightmare type you are describing.

bump for interest as well tho
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Charles Dubbermurk - Fri, 27 Sep 2019 11:32:54 EST xilAifkK No.46337 Reply
Danm, one last bump from me
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Awe' God !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:36:20 EST cw0Cfppx No.46356 Reply
>>46321
dunno if related, but one really dystopian dream got me chasing and eating monsters, because I wasn't afraid, but i didn't want them scaring others or doing anything wrong... I wasn't a monster tho or so I like to think.

A link between worlds?

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- Wed, 27 Mar 2019 18:54:30 EST bWsaP2zn No.46199
File: 1553727270516.png -(537469B / 524.87KB, 869x458) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. A link between worlds?
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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Edwin Duffingchitch - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 14:09:01 EST TYAHT9Ur No.46342 Reply
>>46199
I've had so many dreams where I'm in an alternate reality / parallel world scenario where my I'll get to experience spending time with my mom and other family members who are no longer here. Thing is though, it's as if it's a present set with them being what ages they'd currently be if they were still alive.
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James Sengerbanks - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 01:17:23 EST fDK81dsj No.46346 Reply
very normal, i still dream about my brother after 7 years of him passing and wake up crying like a little bitch everytime
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Phineas Sibblemitch - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 14:00:12 EST toYuraKn No.46347 Reply
>>46273
>>46199
Last night I dreamt my granddad no longer had dementia, it was very surreal, he could remember everything that happened while he was ill, but was fully lucid.

It made me feel like I lost him all over again.

Lucid dreaming of parallel universes?

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- Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:36:30 EST kTvS6tW2 No.46217
File: 1555842990737.jpg -(12299B / 12.01KB, 290x174) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Lucid dreaming of parallel universes?
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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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Wed, 03 Jul 2019 15:43:35 EST oP8BtfxG No.46264 Reply
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>>46263
Think of the alternative, at least now you won't take your dreams for granted.
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Dregs - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 18:18:48 EST x0B3I/yk No.46278 Reply
>>46226
You won't get trapped there, or at least if you do, you won't notice. The worst thing that can happen lucid dreaming is the astral denizens get mad at you and take away your lucid dreaming.
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Edwin Duffingchitch - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 14:05:15 EST TYAHT9Ur No.46341 Reply
>>46217
I have these kinds of dreams literally multiple times a week. I honestly sometimes believe I am going to a parallel universe at times I even have all of my senses including pain.

Constant Sexual Dreams

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- Thu, 02 May 2019 01:14:45 EST PX+0HmS4 No.46228
File: 1556774085963.gif -(406179B / 396.66KB, 370x278) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Constant Sexual Dreams
So, I don't know what's wrong with me. Is it normal to have mostly sexual dreams? I don't really deny it's pleasurable, but I'm worried because I'm a severely sexual person and something like a sex addict in addition to a drug user.

The girls are typically people I can't recognize or haven't met but maybe drawn from elements of pornography. I don't cum while I sleep but wake up hard.

Do I have a brain tumor making me want sex all the time??? Sometimes it is a bit weird, especially because in the dreams, I'm far less gentle but never to the point of causing permanent harm. am bestial in real life but not like that. Some kind of pervasive egoism?
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Jarvis Hovingfoot - Mon, 29 Jul 2019 02:49:36 EST 2JXb/sWn No.46279 Reply
>>46231
do not listen to this retard. clearly, you are not jacking off enough. shoot for 3 to 4 times a day and the sexual dreams will cease.
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Fuck Blonnerway - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 04:32:33 EST GXItXB2/ No.46287 Reply
>>46228
clearly a late stage brain tumor. or some kind of mental illness.
there's nothing that can be done at this point.
my condolences, OP.

Guess I'll start a dream journal.

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- Fri, 02 Aug 2019 10:03:13 EST KCB7HrIU No.46283
File: 1564754593855.gif -(1473518B / 1.41MB, 400x306) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Guess I'll start a dream journal.
Last night:

At film festival with old friends in art school at liberal town.
Film starts playing that starts out as something to troll sjws
I find it amusing at first, then it starts to go in depth racist.
Turns into actual Nazi film, audience is shocked.
Nazi film directors come out with loaded guns and shoot us up.
I survive, vow to avenge my fallen comrades.
Endure daring journey through occupied town with a trench knife.
Sneak through to find leader, grab him at the back.
He stabs my arm several times as I slit his throat.
Arm is now bleeding as nazis attack.
Capture me, tie me to pole in town and burn me alive.

I'm no SJW but I sure as hell ain't no goddamn nazi.
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Sophie Chupperkock - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 14:49:23 EST mW2kg70A No.46324 Reply
>>46283
So uh, why do you feel too important to share the Bump-With-Last-Dream ( >>40182 ) thread with the rest of us?

Therapist Dream

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- Fri, 09 Aug 2019 08:01:26 EST ehRMfA6b No.46289
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I've been seeing a therapist for about 6 months now, its going good. Yesterday was the first time we have ever discussed sex and associated topics, I brought it up but it was still difficult.

So of course I had a.. sex? dream about him.

He came to my house and said we were going to try touch therapy or TT, and he laid down behind me in my bed and spooned me but just held me tightly. At first I was really stiff and wildly uncomfortable but then it was like.. this isn't bad. I dozed off. (Its so weird to sleep in a dream lol inception) After 50 minutes he left, and I was like, the hell just happened, is this really therapy?? And then the next day he came back and did it again and I thoguht OK maybe I can get used to this but I was unable to look him in the eye, because it was really nice to have caring, physical contact but was starting to freak me out a bit because no homo.

Sooooooooo IDK what to do with this or how to process it.

I have read that sometimes you form unconscious attachments to therapists because you share so much with them, but at the end of the day that's inappropriate and they're essentially paid to be your friend for 50 minutes and it ends there.
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Polly Sennerstone - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 02:36:36 EST PX+0HmS4 No.46295 Reply
>>46289
I once stared at my 50 year old therapist's rack because it was impressive but I just felt bad about it later. I mean, I didn't want to disrupt her life, but damn, nice fun bags lady.
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Simon Pickham - Wed, 25 Sep 2019 11:43:03 EST qlV/GL7/ No.46330 Reply
>>46289
Well this sure was a harbinger of utter bullshit.

Angery dreams

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- Wed, 31 Oct 2018 18:15:24 EST kO7IPkFQ No.46145
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Every night I'm really angry in my dreams. I always try to punch a wall, or a person, but in my dreams my punches are always limp and slow. I wake up angry and my days are always shit. I've always been an angry person, but I've been controlling it and holding it in better, and ever since i started doing that, my dreams have been like this.
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Reuben Mibbledale - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 14:57:26 EST HP0Ib263 No.46250 Reply
>>46233
Update on how I'm doing 1 month later - I started going to the gym exactly 1 month ago as of today. My mind is a lot more clear than it was before and I feel mentally and emotionally stable for once in a long time. I've cut ties with people who were a negative influence to myself and my life. I have goals that I planted in my brain that I want to achieve. I'm also about 6 weeks into my suboxone taper withb2 more weeks to go until I'm done.

I'm doing very good for myself right now. I'm going to keep up the good work and keep grinding.
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Reuben Saffingshit - Sat, 15 Jun 2019 09:01:58 EST Lp/xvyVe No.46256 Reply
>>46250
Fuck yeah OP. Getting off of opis and into a healthy lifestyle is hard as fuck. Keep at it.

Dreams

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- Tue, 18 Jun 2019 21:37:29 EST l93+nDBG No.46257
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Huh. For context before I start: I was completely sober when I had these dreams, I'm a white American and the only Indian (as in India and not native) person I knew in the past was a single individual, and he was just a friend of a friend. They cut off communications shortly after I got to know both of them so my encounters with him were short and brief. I don't have any personal experience with Hinduism either, besides knowing some names from a mobile game I play.

A pretty long time ago, I'd say anywhere between 5-8 years ago, I had a dream where after splitting off from a group of friends, I was sexually attacked by someone who was stalking me. Someone approached me, shape-shifted into a little Indian girl and told me to come with her to her home. Her mom was cooking dinner and she would keep me safe. Near the end of the dream I told her I had to go, and before I left, she asked if she could give me a hug. I agreed and when she held me, I felt an additional pair of arms from her touch and cheeks and caress my face. She told me I could come to her whenever I felt like I was in danger and that she would protect me. I haven't seen her since.

I had a dream last night where (after some abstract shit happened) I was wandering around an suburban area with a friend, and at one point we split up. I went into a residential area and was admiring the houses I passed, and eventually one caught my eye. There was a shrine, with access from the outside world, with a gorgeous statue of a woman with multiple arms in a covered area. I believe it was either Lakshmi or Durga; I can't remember the specifics. I approached the statue and paid my respects. For some reason I felt compelled to go further into the home, maybe in case there were more shrines, but I went further in and found a statue of Vishnu. I paid my respects to him and went further inside. As I got near the third shrine the family who lived there came up to me, and suddenly we were in their living room. The father was sitting there, the mother was talking to me, they had a child but I didn't see them well enough to know any details. Out of nowhere, the woman was being so... motherly to me. Encouraging me to continue writing and illustrating (which I do in real life), and saying all these other kind things to me. I can't remember what happened after that but it was so wonderful hearing that from someone I didn't know.


Personally I'm a bit skeptical of whether dreams truly have meanings or not, and while I'm not religious in the least, the first dream really stood out to me and this one is as well. I wonder if they mean something.
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Nigel Gicklelare - Fri, 21 Jun 2019 13:06:45 EST 8jSpkd7c No.46258 Reply
>>46257
I'm a skeptic in general but even I believe dreams have some meaning. Not necessarily a message from a higher power or a deep magical reflection of yourself but that they reflect something that is on your mind. Your brain conjures them without sensory input so it's pulling on the stuff already in there.

Maybe it's a mix of the mobile game and other things. There does seem to be some reassuring motherly figure in both. I mean it could easily be a void in your life and things you want to hear, or perhaps you already know what the dream is telling you.

I think significant female figures, what you want or feel etc are more relevant than the religious imagery. I mean Hindiuism is sort of fucked up like most religions but it comes with it's own iconography and imagery and art and culture and influence on the cultures it most affects and that is to say it's different to our Western influences and how they affect our art and culture. As such it's always going to stand out and have a "magical" quality because it's alien and often beautiful in a different way to the things we're used to.

GET.YOUR-D.TK

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- Sun, 20 Nov 2016 04:21:41 EST +TYSBhSA No.45370
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This is an extremely trippy and interactive website.
It is surely makes a great place for one to have a good dream.
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Nathaniel Hacklegold - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 10:32:37 EST BTrN2oxF No.45971 Reply
What is this? That was weird
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Graham Brombledane - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 16:34:48 EST VvSf1El4 No.46248 Reply
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This reminds me very much of Boobah Zone

Uhhh

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- Sat, 18 May 2019 06:28:28 EST 5Ybfkxzp No.46236
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I don't know what to call this. Lately, when I lay down to sleep I first drift into this vivid alter reality. It's not like a dream because I can hear everything around me in the waking world and sense my laying body, but it's more like while I'm there thinking, I lose control of my thoughts in a slow and seamless way as for me not to notice until everything is suddenly weird and derailed. If any out of place noise happens, I snap out of it like hypnosis. When I actually fall asleep, I either see only black and wake up disoriented as if first being born or I have hyper realistic long dreams that are indistinguishable from real life. I can pick up a book and turn the pages. I've read things I've never seen before. I'm really baffled by the whole experience and have been for many years, but I wonder if anyone has ever heard of anything like this before?
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Martin Grimfuck - Sat, 25 May 2019 20:37:52 EST mW2kg70A No.46244 Reply
I get something somewhat similiar (in that I'm still "in" the wakeful world) when I do something logical too much during the days repetitively. Like a pre-sleep stage where I have to what feels like eternally repeat (not manually though, it churns on by itself, but I still feel the mental effort) an unsolveable version of that logical puzzle, be it math, strategy games (into the breach really made my sleep suffer) or anything like that.

Never anything with situations or dreamlike though, just the barest necessary abstraction of whatever it is. So frustrating when it happens, I usually just drift off minutes after laying down but these unsolveable challenges make me toss and turn for hours, and you just know that if I could just fucking solve it I'd drift off peacefully and instantly.
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Jarvis Bloddlehedging - Mon, 27 May 2019 01:59:58 EST kjSB1h2Q No.46245 Reply
>>46236
This sounds so similar to what i have experienced during naps whether it be at home or simply just during class.
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Emma Pockstone - Mon, 27 May 2019 11:10:37 EST ywvUPnPp No.46247 Reply
>>46244
Oh man I get these too
It's like you see the machinery behind whatever thought process you use (but modify for each specific situation) when doing whatever you were doing
And it just happens over and over and over again like your brain is stuck in a certain "mode" waiting for more input
I get this with TCGs a lot where I end up playing against myself using cards that my brain made up (often nonsensical and with unintuitive rules, but I'm still expected to win and know what to do). In the moment I'm completely absorbed and it's like I've been removed from my context and these thoughts are all that exist. I come out of it really wishing that I could just have some quiet me time in my head where all of my personality and perceptions are intact.
I got it as a result of using dissociatives. It started with hallucinating floating wow text.

Is this a dream? Prove your reel

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- Tue, 21 May 2019 11:55:57 EST S+aNQEla No.46239
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Is this a dream? Prove your reel
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Hugh Briddleshit - Tue, 21 May 2019 14:22:23 EST EWmlXZ+z No.46241 Reply
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It is a dream, and we're all equally unreal.

clip 1979

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- Tue, 21 May 2019 14:02:47 EST 1J981U4v No.46240
File: 1558461767902.jpg -(5567B / 5.44KB, 320x180) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. clip 1979
the first youtube video was released 02/16/2005, but what nobody knew was that it was a murder that happened in 1979.
-the amateur video shows moments before the murder of 3 girls by the man who was singing along with them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-wqBIOVPfg&t=116s

Spiritual Phenomonom (I can never spell that word)

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- Sat, 12 May 2018 05:05:22 EST Y7WCA2+g No.46016
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Anyone else have weird creepy stuff associated with sleep?

this could be in /spooky/ I guess but dream warriors are probably more qualifed to know.

last night In limbo state I remember feeling someone walk over my bed, I live alone. Then in my next dream I tried to tell someone about it. Its creepy but Im use to this kind of thing.
One time I had an intense dream and woke up with the sensation of a being physically in the bed speaking in some deep almost growling overworldy tounge. Its like there's spirits that wont leave me alone and I dont know what they want. Im gonna burn some incense maybe I should call an exorcist tho.
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Sidney Blythedale - Sun, 13 May 2018 00:08:57 EST tI1LH7kA No.46018 Reply
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>>46016
It's pretty common stuff if you stay/become conscious during sleep paralysis.
I've actually tried to stay conscious some times out of curiosity, but it always starts to feel so creepy even before anything even happens so I just chose to fade away instead every time.

If you're forced to experience it, maybe it would help to induce it manually some times to become more familiar with it? You just have to lay still when you're somewhat but not too sleepy (so you don't just tap out instead). After a while you'll start getting the itches and twitches which is your body checking to see if you're really asleep. If you move, you give the awake signal. If you don't, self explanatory.

Also, if you are in sleep paralysis (by choice or not), it's simple to get out. You just have to deactivate the paralysis by moving something small at first, like your fingers. Toes work too, but at least for me those increased the panic a bit until the paralysis was gone.
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Fanny Gubbleleck - Thu, 09 May 2019 16:51:27 EST lHMDQEJH No.46235 Reply
>>46234
If there’s one thing I learned from my more intense dreams is that time is probably not even real


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