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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
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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


πŸ†• Haunting Hyperrealistic Dreams πŸ†•

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- Wed, 03 Apr 2019 09:53:11 EST 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. πŸ˜ͺ
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Doris Goodway - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 16:27:54 EST cjvypK0g No.46209 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.
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Lillian Feddledock - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 18:31:23 EST ywvUPnPp No.46219 Reply
>>46209
Improve definitely
Make amends? No way. For one I'm not different enough from who I was before I did wrong, and secondly the people I would make amends to are sadistic enough that they'd take my attempts to as an opportunity to take advantage of me.
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Lillian Feddledock - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 18:49:40 EST ywvUPnPp No.46220 Reply
>>46219
Not entirely true. Most of them wouldn't. But there's one, who I feel I've wronged the most, who would.

reoccuring elements

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- Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:28:43 EST 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 7YBewAUV No.46212 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 xaZyTRVd No.46215 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 ywvUPnPp No.46216 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.

succubus dreams

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- Sun, 07 Apr 2019 19:37:34 EST 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 her by the shoulders and asked if she was a spirit. she said nothing but her face transformed from a young cute e-girl looking thot (my weakness) to a middle age woman. she promptly vanished after this. this scene is especially ingrained in my mind because i could see the intelligence in her eyes, if that makes sense (although she would not directly communicate with me.) i also felt as if she was much older than she appeared. after this dream sequence i was trapped in a cycle of mini-dreams>sleep paralysis>mini-dreams>false awakenings>residual psychotic feelings etc for a while, which was rather upsetting. when i finally got up i felt drained, lethargic, and unrested yet still manic and psychotic. i took 1.5 mgs of xanax this morning to try to calm down which helped a bit but i'm still a bit shook and afraid to sleep again. maybe i'm just a pussy.

in retrospect, i have had many other dreams involving women trying to seduce me , kiss me, generally etc. i wonder if this is merely a reflection of my sex addiction or if i am actually encountering sentient beings due to my dabbling in occult Shiet. im sry for the long post but it's a bit therapeutic to write about my experiences regardless of how schizophrenic/delusional it may sound, and i was wondering if anyone has had similar experiences to this? i might just be projecting my sex addiction but these recent dreams feel different than other sex related dreams i've had.

Dreams about bodybuilding

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- Sun, 18 Nov 2018 09:22:25 EST 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 3Ho9pXJ7 No.46191 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 Cbu5yoaL No.46196 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 VYDvW1Rv No.46211 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

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- Sun, 31 Mar 2019 23:39:18 EST 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 cjvypK0g No.46210 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.

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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Awe God !!Bwteoy2D - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 15:51:57 EST Iwzgqj+h No.46197 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.

deja vu proof

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- Wed, 12 Dec 2018 19:22:29 EST 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 d6LGfXip No.46190 Reply
once you learn how a deja vu occurs you won't even care about this post.

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