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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

William Shatner

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- Thu, 04 Oct 2018 15:50:44 EST kkwXqleK No.46123
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I had this dream a couple nights ago. It was like some kind of a documentary about William Shatner. There was a shot of him standing near a McDonald's with his back turned to the camera, with a voiceover saying:
"William Shatner has been recently rumored to posess the largest amount of undisclosed wealth on the planet. Here is an excerpt from an interview from before the rumors started."

Cut to a talk show interview. The host asks Bill, "How much money do you have, exactly?" He responds with "650 billion dollars.". The audience erupts in laugher.

Then it cuts back to the McDonald's shot. William turns towards the camera and somebody off-camera asks him, "How do you respond to such rumors?"
He says - "What can I say? Get old, be a pleb."

Dreams as alternate realitie

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- Sun, 26 Aug 2018 01:51:48 EST yjUTcHBK No.46098
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Are dreams alternate realities? Perhaps "monsters" that invade our homes and kill is in alternate realities, actually are real in that reality? They could be dangerous wild animals, or aliens who found earth. For example, imagine how terrifying a dream about a grizzly bear breaking into your home and murdering you would be if bears didn't exist in reality and you never saw one before? According to the "many worlds" interpretation of quantum physics, this is entirely possible

I had this dream recently:

>Dream about professor who could "Restart reality"
>I was a robot...or a augmented old man?
>Everythign was great, the professor had me running smoothly. He then "reset" reality. I felt very strange and uneasy, I felt like everything was wrong. "Thats because you neeed to be calibrated to this reality." He said.

I wrote this down as a memory from the robot/augmented old man's vision:

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Wesley Fuckingwill - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 01:05:32 EST yjUTcHBK No.46104 Reply
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Here's moar. I got a whole folder of "dream houses" which are buildings that look like this sort of buildings I see in my dreams. I could be a famous architect if I could just convert the buildings from my dreams into blueprints in reality.

I also feel like that when you die, in this reality or any reality, that life becomes a "dream" and you wake up in another reality as that dream fades away. This is why so many dreams end in death. You die and due to quantum immortality, you are born into another reality. I also think that in addition to dying, there's a possibility that we can travel to other realities through some sort of quantum technology in the future.....such as my OP post, perhaps we become 500-year old+ immortal beings who stimulate other reality lives just for fun as a way to pass time. So, the dream I had in OP's post is the real me, and my current reality is just a sub-reality that I am in temporarily and when I die I will return to that main-reality of the immortal/bionic old man who travels through other realities.
' God !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 16:32:53 EST yrDbDJP0 No.46106 Reply
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I also think this may be the reason it is possible to respawn in games like cs.
Thomas Crudgelane - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 18:00:18 EST lcvQLFNz No.46120 Reply
I literally think i'm like a magnet for this type of dream... I've had a lot more of these than I can count.

When I was 9 or 10, I dreamt that I was in a car accident. I still remember this dream clear as rain.
The place was a roundabout near where I lived, and I was driving at night. I came up to the roundabout, looked about for other traffic. As I prepared to enter the roundabout, some other car drifted (as in Tokyo style) right into the side of my car. White light. Woke in bed, drenched in sweat. Notably my left arm and left side of my chest hurt and tingled (though not a heart attack). It was a very defined area, as if that part of my body was broken beyond repair.

I clearly remember even little details. The car dashboard lights were amber, and the llayout of the place was exactly as in the waking world (including the sculptures in the center of the roundabout).
For this reason, I had a fear of sitting behind the wheel of cars with amber dashboard lights (due to a good number of my dreams turning prophetic too).
Luckily my first car had blue/white dashboard lights and the sculptures were taken down...
Stranger yet, I distinctly remembered the feeling of handling the car and controlling it like it was second nature, just like today...

Another one I had many years later, The small town I lived in was attacked, and my country was very obviously at war. I was a soldier patrolling around the area where I lived at the time. Again most buildings were identical although some were damaged or destroyed.
I sat by the gun on a gun-mounted pick-up, and as we were coming down the street, we saw the enemy had hid out in the apartment building where I lived.
While exchanging fire, The car got hit by an RPG and I was blown off the truck.
Again, I felt the heat and shock of the explosion, the wind flying through the air and landing on the pavement. Right after that; white light and waking up bathed in sweat.

Although these two are the most notable, I don't always die. Mostly it's just a normal day or event that I go through. However it's always very vivid, as if i'm there.

I've also had a lot of strange things going on around me in the waking life. items popping into or out of existence right in from of my eyes, entire rooms shifting to a different layout or subtle details shifting (like the pattern in woodgrain or behaviour of people I know)... however that is a bunch of stories for /spooky/.

Nevertheless the theory that i'm somehow "unhinged" or more sensitive to these events has been thrown in the air with many different explanations... however i'm still looking for a logical, scientific answer...

Bump when dreaming

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- Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:38:27 EST Z1c27HK5 No.45590
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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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Nathaniel Drebberheck - Sat, 08 Sep 2018 17:08:13 EST D+z5uUtu No.46116 Reply
I use Lysol (sanitizing wet wipes) at work a lot, it is ammonium or whatever so easily irritates the skin and eyes, has to be rinsed off of food preparation surfaces like the kitchen counter tops, etc.

The other night I had a beer before going to sleep and dreamed that, arriving to work (a group home), I went to the bathroom which somehow looked more like a public bathroom at a school or restaurant than a regular residential restroom like expected. Removing my shirt and pulling two or three Lysol wipes from a convenient dispenser, I proceeded to scrub my armpits with them.. the burning and tingling sensation felt rather accurate or "true to life." The dream drew on several elements of waking life in order to produce this disturbing but strangely meaningful image, such as a) the extent to which sterilization and sanitation are practiced in this line of work b) the fact that I often struggle to arrive 100% ready and/or groomed and have actually done things like wet paper towels, wipe my armpits and then apply deodorant c) thoughts of dangerous misuse, self-harm and assault involving household cleaners often come to mind and can border on obsession for me, for whatever reason

After that, the dream turned into going in for a shift at another house previously worked at and seeing past coworkers, it would not mean much to explain that part on this board.
Fuck Greenford - Wed, 19 Sep 2018 19:46:05 EST Lu/oJwJI No.46117 Reply
Not current whatsoever, but every once in a while I dream about my step mom's basement. Either hers' or her mother's. It's a lot bigger and more cavernous than her actual basement. Like a catacomb. I feel like I could spend weeks down there and no one would notice.
Nathaniel Pinnerdure - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 02:27:55 EST GbtSxbN4 No.46118 Reply
So I'm a poor guy, I live in a fucked off little trailer because its all I can afford and I generally feel a constant and inordinate amount of anxiety because I really have no future and my life is in every way precarious and unstable.

I had a dream two nights ago that I really did not want to wake up from. I was driving around in a car with no place to go, stopping at random shops and a little farm stand. I had no anxiety in this dream, none. I bumped into a girl who I definitely knew in real life at some point but I don't remember her name, she was happy to see me. We had a short chat and she said goodbye and went back to her car. I bought some strawberries with cash and snacked on them on the way back to the parking lot. I can't remember feeling this carefree since I was a child.

Dream analysis help

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- Sun, 05 Aug 2018 06:54:46 EST fRG92iQF No.46087
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When I was growing up I had a very odd reoccurring dream. It always involved me becoming aware on my feet, in some strange place. Usually an abandoned city, or town, or store, or I'd be somewhere like in a rocky desert. And I would always, feel really...grateful? That no one was around, and I would then all of a sudden be squating down and shitting onto the ground. Just right there. Completely alone, like that twilight zone episode...alone. And I'm shitting, such a powerful and satisfying shit, and it feels good, and I feel good, and I feel SAFE. But then I start to worry...what if I get lonely? I'm done shitting now. Wondering what even happened to everyone. Now fear starts. Wondering what will happen to me. Panic. Where is everyone? How will I survive? /dream

What does it mean? I have safe toilet syndrome, which basically is a bullshit anxiety problem which causes one to be "incapable" or "extremely unwilling" to use a toilet that is foreign to them. Could be a public toilet, or a toilet at an acquaintance's house. It's not fucking happenin. Only with number 2 of course. I think this safe bathroom syndrome problem of mine stems from childhood sexual abuse stacked beneath an incident in elementary school where another boy randomly began harassing and bullying me over and under the stall while I was mid shit. Ever since then I just...haven't been able to do it normally again. Only at home. Where it's safe.

How do I get over this problem? I also clean my anus compulsively after every bowl movement, and occasionally I will use a saltwater enema to make myself even more clean.
Jarvis Siddlehud - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 11:30:07 EST fRG92iQF No.46107 Reply
OP here.

This dream is not a joke. This is not a joke.

Dreams of cheating...

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- Fri, 25 May 2018 14:23:04 EST isUC04ia No.46029
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What do dreams about cheating on your girlfriend mean? This was just last night after I've been having quite vivid dreams after quitting weed. There have been similar dreams before like her cheating/dumping me for another guy. Last night it felt so real with me even thinking of my gf and excuses while meeting this mysterious woman. I told her I had a gf and she didn't care.

I mean it seems obvious that this could mean thoughts of distrust in myself or her, but I'm not so sure. Does anyone else ever have dreams like this? I would think its a somewhat normal occurrence in relationships. I don't know maybe im just overthinking my latest crazy dream during my tolerance break lol. It sure was intense
Matilda Pickway - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 21:53:26 EST D+z5uUtu No.46036 Reply
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Sex in dreams, it has been said, may not be bound to our waking definitions of what it means to engage in sexual intercourse. It very well could be a signal of your feelings of "infidelity" or feelings of mistrust towards your partner, but if that were the case then the answer would be found by simply asking yourself.

Did the dream of cheating involve someone you know? Maybe you have had fleeting thoughts about that person, which the dream has blown out of proportion. Even if the girl was completely imaginary, perhaps she was a symbol of something you "cheat" on your girlfriend with, something else you engage in and that you are constantly "thinking of excuses" for.

It is possible that you and her have a happy relationship and that you are overthinking an unusually vivid dream, something you may not be used to (coming from a regular cannabis smoker). You just never know, when it comes to dreams!
Angus Godgeridge - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 00:56:18 EST pcACpVTb No.46063 Reply
Dreams become crazy intense and vivid in the short-term after you quit smoking weed.

In this respect, any dreams where you engage in something you'd not likely during your waking life, are going to invoke strong feelings.

I wouldn't read too much into it. You're likely feeling very lucid in these dreams and so experiencing all these feelings that wouldn't usually touch you during an average dream. You're still not afforded too much control and you're likely going to run with whatevers happening.

If you're interested in gaining more control over the dream narrative, I'd recommend keeping a dream journal and looking into some lucid dreaming, reality check techniques.

If you've recently quit smoking weed, the results of these practices will be pretty fantastic.
Wesley Fuckingwill - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 01:08:09 EST yjUTcHBK No.46105 Reply
Anon, sometimes I have had dreams of fucking my mom and apparently this is not that uncommon....after I woke up, I had a boner still and felt disgusted/ashamed.

Dreams of cheating on your gf are similar. It doesn't mean you want to cheat, it's just your brain doin some weird shit.

Young Dreams

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- Thu, 23 Aug 2018 19:05:03 EST Zrt8Ijgp No.46097
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When I was younger, I recall that demonic, malevolent entities would harass the 6-8 year old me. The would give me nightmares and even manifest themselves in my room and physically TOUCH me. This one demon was prodding me with his finger and I thought it was my sister so I got up really quick and he was there to my dismay as he let out a fierce haunting screech in my mind. It was so fucked up.

I'm really glad things like this don't happen anymore.
' God !!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 18:26:40 EST QRKY41Hh No.46103 Reply
Same here. Nothing scares me anymore. Not recently at least. Even when I have nightmares I'm just happy I've dreamt at all and for the fact that I recall some fraction of it.


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- Tue, 16 May 2017 22:56:22 EST rI4HAQZd No.45629
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I've had dreams where i have transformed into different creatures from other dimensions and planets. Everytime I've transformed I could feel my skeleton breaking and reforming and everything molding into place. I could feel my soul ripping out of my body and traveling to other plans of existence in order to enter the bodies of the creatures. Its a feels like nothing else in real life but in the dream is so convinicingly real.

How many of you have had similar expierences
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Thomas Pirringlug - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 20:29:40 EST q8uQHEjQ No.45734 Reply
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I've had several dreams like that; some of which were just vague and others so lucid that aside from waking up they could be real.
Martin Secklesane - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 04:36:17 EST hAdqmr2V No.45737 Reply
Nope but that sounds really cool
Whenever I am someone else I am just them and there is no transformation
Do you maintain your old identity or do you forget your old life and take on new personality characteristics and things like that?


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- Sat, 02 Sep 2017 16:25:57 EST yTJSmxoq No.45763
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are onierogens worth it? which ones do you use?
Fucking Burringnedge - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 03:38:22 EST bwm5d9FA No.45765 Reply
Absolutely worth it. Try the 7mg nicotine patch or galantamine 2 of the best. Anecdotally I've been taking clen the last few days and having mighty vivid dreams.
Isabella Worthinghall - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 10:36:06 EST igIoQma5 No.46095 Reply
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Calea zacatacheichi
Silene Capensis
Acetylcholine(apple juice)

Jesus Christ out the window number 9

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- Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:53:35 EST XL4O9iJ4 No.46077
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I wish my life became a dream akin to a fine performance art piece and to form a dream living revolution with all 420chan lets make our loved ones and families dreams come true
whom is with me! say aye and tell us your dream.
Rebecca Bloblingnock - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 02:48:09 EST DW69bUrN No.46083 Reply
aye! i just want a pc that i can do lots of video editing with and also a mushroom farm with all kinds of mushrooms edible, medicinal and psychedelic and musical devices and friends to make music book videos with!

You guys have to hide me

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- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 08:23:39 EST t2Z1MCdp No.46082
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The police are after me, they think I killed that guy but I didn't, I tried jumping over some houses to get away from them but I didn't know they can jump too

I got pure ocd

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- Sat, 30 Jun 2018 20:29:49 EST 6spIhxJ4 No.46060
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Anyone else got it ?

I cannot deal
Think about it.. - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 23:49:32 EST DHOUdBgC No.46074 Reply
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In Soviet Russia, OCD has you!
Ernest Tootman - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 01:49:19 EST D+z5uUtu No.46084 Reply
No, but I work with patients who have OCD and the illness can take up large parts or even most of their day. All I can suggest is that you try and find a way to relax - 'normal' stress from life and the symptoms of OCD seem to have a direct relationship, as you may know. Starting medication or having your current medications adjusted may help significantly.

Sleep Paralysis/Old Hag Syndrome THEORY QUEST

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- Thu, 17 Aug 2017 16:15:02 EST tOBG/3OT No.45736
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I'm not seeing anything about this, mostly just boards about personal one-off dreams. So please explain your experiences on the following topics as detailed as possible.

>Sleep Paralysis
>The Old Hag
>Shadow People
>Hatman and/or Hooded Figure
>Other people seeing/feeling the same thing at the same time

I'm putting together notes for a Podcast episode to better understand this phenomena and how/why it affects so many people and why the experiences are so similar and often viewed by multiple people.
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:40:49 EST S7HpiYy5 No.46048 Reply
Matilda Cobberford - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:21:42 EST KLCjE4Bf No.46051 Reply
Don't be afraid to get a yearly exorcism as well..shit sounds rough as fuck. If i were subjected to the elemental i must carry in my atmosphere i would break. Thank god for the veil over my eyes. Though one day all must be free of it.
Charlotte Blythelock - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 17:16:22 EST pN0rg+c9 No.46059 Reply

I don't get hallucinations, but I do feel a presence, a strong presence of an "other" in the room or of my surroundings being an "other" and usually a slight electrical kind of "static" feeling, and instead of being pressed down upon or pressured I tend float upwards or feel like I'm being pulled out of the bed by an unseen force. I don't really get scared of it anymore, like not terrified, just a little shaken. It's actually not so bad, and I think the "alien" feeling is just the strangeness of the experience itself manifest. There are a few times though when it's gone much further than just rising out of my bed, one experience had be spinning and tumbling around in the middle of my room for a good minute, and I wasn't even in bed about to sleep, but I came to sitting on my chair clutching the sides.

As for theories, the common explanation, that it's a sort of waiting room between waking and sleeping in which you're not quite asleep yet and slightly late in falling asleep so you're in this paralysed state in which you're body is asleep but your mind is not, and tries to escape seems plausible. At least I think that's how it goes.

I think the fear and discomfort of the experience forces people to hallucinate demonic entities or shadow figures etc. to explain it in a panicked state, when it might not be so, but I'm open to theories.

Beating sleep paralysis

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- Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:49:44 EST jaidMzAt No.46053
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So, I've gone through periods/spurts of sleep paralysis in my life. In retrospect, this was often sleep deprived/drug/malnutrition or not eating well or at all related.

When I first experienced sleep paralysis, | got an overall feeling of anxiousness, fear, and panic. In whatever scenario, this is not something that is benificial for your peace of mind. Seeing all kinds of crazy shit around me, while l literally was seeing my own sleeping body from above, with all the nuances and details of the room intact, and not being able to move at all tended to be very overwhelming for me.

The trick to beating this, which works everytime in my experience, is consciously relaxing my entire body, and jumping up like being hit with a tazer in an intstant. If I struggle, it's like quicksand, the more I try to get out, the deeper I get stuck.

had my first 'zombie dream'

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- Sun, 17 Jun 2018 22:09:05 EST umlg+iYh No.46052
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>Spent the entire dream stranded in an airport with no zombies.

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