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ArtMonkDrillz 12-04-2006 01:47 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
When I was younger I used to always dream that I was in either the back or passenger seat of a speeding car but there was no driver. I always had to reach over to try to steer but I could never get it to stop. The weird thing was, I never really got all that freaked out.
I'm sure a shrink would have fun with that one.

ArtMonkDrillz 12-04-2006 01:48 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[QUOTE=Schneed10;255544]This wasn't recurring, but when I was about seven or eight, I had a dream where I was sitting down to eat my lunch. I had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, cut in half so it made two triangles. Before my very eyes, one half of the sandwich grew eyes, looked up at me, opened up and ate the other half of the sandwich. All in one gulp.

I think I watched too many cartoons as a young'n.[/QUOTE]

That sounds like something that would have happened on Pee Wee's Playhouse. The sandwich would have been made of clay and talked with a goofy accent.

Monkeydad 12-04-2006 03:59 PM

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[quote=Schneed10;255544]This wasn't recurring, but when I was about seven or eight, I had a dream where I was sitting down to eat my lunch. I had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, cut in half so it made two triangles. Before my very eyes, one half of the sandwich grew eyes, looked up at me, opened up and ate the other half of the sandwich. All in one gulp.

I think I watched too many cartoons as a young'n.[/quote]

WOW! That's cool. You should make a computer animation of that.

saden1 12-04-2006 07:42 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
The only dream real men have are wet dreams! Giggidy Giggidy!

MTK 12-05-2006 04:42 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
Anyone ever have lucid dreams? Where you realize you are dreaming and you can just do whatever you want? I have them quite often, it's actually something you can [URL="http://www.dreamviews.com/induction.php"]learn how to do[/URL].

dall-assblows 12-05-2006 04:57 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[quote=Mattyk72;256234]Anyone ever have lucid dreams? Where you realize you are dreaming and you can just do whatever you want? I have them quite often, it's actually something you can [URL="http://www.dreamviews.com/induction.php"]learn how to do[/URL].[/quote]
i've had those, when have a shit load of money, i just buy everything in my dreams.

how do you learn to dream like that?

MTK 12-05-2006 05:05 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[quote=dall-assblows;256248]i've had those, when have a shit load of money, i just buy everything in my dreams.

how do you learn to dream like that?[/quote]

Just read some of the techniques. It basically involves doing some little things during the day when you're awake so that your brain will be triggered when you are asleep. Things like looking at a clock, turning away and rechecking it right away. In your dreams the time will usually change and bingo, you know you're dreaming. That's just one technique, there are a bunch of others.

djnemo65 12-05-2006 11:40 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
I have two recurring dreams. The first involves football. Somehow I end up getting put into a big game, either for the Skins or Penn State, at QB no less. The problem is, I can't throw the ball. I can't even grip it. I try to throw it and it goes like 3 yards. After the first throw people are like okay, it slipped but it keeps happening, and the fans start booing. Finally someone is open deep and I heave it as hard as I can and it just flutters out of bounds (please resist the urge to insert a Mark Brunell joke here). I seriously have this dream all the time. A variation of it involves me leading the US open on Sunday, having somehow played amazing. But then I find myself on the first tee in front of the crowd with my real life golf game. So I tee off and it slices out bounds. The next ball I top and it goes like 30 feet. And the worst part is, I have to sit there and hack through the toughest test in golf.

The other dream I repeatedly have involves me being back in University and screwing up my g.p.a. by failing some class. The class changes, the details change, but I goof off and end up blowing the whole thing.

RobH4413 12-05-2006 11:54 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[quote=Mattyk72;256234]Anyone ever have lucid dreams? Where you realize you are dreaming and you can just do whatever you want? I have them quite often, it's actually something you can [URL="http://www.dreamviews.com/induction.php"]learn how to do[/URL].[/quote]
I had a really really cool lucid dream. I was walking on the beach and just sort of realized I was dreaming. I ran around and jumped in the water, and could basically control everything. I even decided to wake up by trying to open my eyes really hard.

Blew my mind, but I haven't done it since.

RobH4413 12-06-2006 12:10 AM

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[quote=TAFKAS;254289]I had a really wierd dream once. Actually the dream itself wasn't so odd. The circumstances surrounding it were though. So one night in college, I have this dream that I'm standing on one side of the road on campus and my friend is on the other side. So I wave to her, she waves back. And she starts crossing the street and BAM! she's hit by a bus. She goes flying up in the air and lands splat on the asphalt. But then she gets right up!

Ok, so flash forward to the next morning. I wake up, and think to myself wow what a crazy dream I'll have to Amanda (the girl in the dream) all about it when I see her. So the whole day passes and I don't see her, and I haven't told anyone else about the dream. Suddenly around 5pm she comes running to me "Oh my God! I'm so glad you're ok. I had the craziest dream last night. I dreamt you were on the other side of the street where the buses come. You waved to me. I waved back. You start crossing the street and where hit by a bus!"

I would think that's really unusual that we would basically have the same exact dream about each other. Schneed, your analysis?[/quote]

Under [url=http://www.dreamviews.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=9499]Reasons for Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views Lucid Dreaming Forum[/url]

"You are more likely to experience [B]anomalies like shared dreaming[/B]. In fact, my wife managed to cause one... "

Also, I take melatonin as a sleep aid and it makes my dreams incredible vivid. I've had dreams where I thought someone had broken into the house and the alarm sounded. Even weirder is that I woke up covering my ears because it was so loud it hurt them.

For several minutes I roamed around the house with a golf club and it was then I realized that it might be a dream. I couldn't totally convince myself so I went online and researched side effects of melatonin.

Sure enough, it was exactly what was causing the vividness. Scared the shit out of me.

MTK 12-06-2006 12:51 AM

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[quote=RobH4413;256414]I had a really really cool lucid dream. I was walking on the beach and just sort of realized I was dreaming. I ran around and jumped in the water, and could basically control everything. I even decided to wake up by trying to open my eyes really hard.

Blew my mind, but I haven't done it since.[/quote]

It really does blow your mind when you have that moment of full realization that you are dreaming. It's really something you have to experience on your own to believe.

saden1 12-06-2006 01:46 AM

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I had a dream once in which I was fully aware that I was dreaming. When I tried to fully wake up I couldn't. I don't know what the hell was happening but I was completely paralyzed. Trying to move your limbs and not being able to is some scary shit.

Monkeydad 12-06-2006 01:06 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[quote=djnemo65;256406]I have two recurring dreams. The first involves football. Somehow I end up getting put into a big game, either for the Skins or Penn State, at QB no less. The problem is, I can't throw the ball. I can't even grip it. I try to throw it and it goes like 3 yards. After the first throw people are like okay, it slipped but it keeps happening, and the fans start booing. Finally someone is open deep and I heave it as hard as I can and it just flutters out of bounds (please resist the urge to insert a Mark Brunell joke here). I seriously have this dream all the time.[/quote]

Doesn't sound like you're Mark Brunell, sounds like you're:

[IMG]http://www.people.wm.edu/%7ebmjord/pictures/Kerry9.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry4.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://johnkerry-08.com/images/kerry_drop_football.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://powerlineblog.com/archives/capt.wigh10910262241.battleground_wis_kerry_wigh109.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry7.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry6.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry10.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry12.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry11.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry8.jpg[/IMG]



HA! :D


[SIZE=1]*this was in no way a political statement, I was trying to think of the QB I saw this year who dropped the ball while trying to pass and I remembered this guy's football skills. [/SIZE] :)

MTK 12-06-2006 08:04 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
Kerry is a baller, look at the technique on the double team of the 9 year old

[IMG]http://people.wm.edu/%7Ebmjord/pictures/Kerry6.jpg[/IMG]

hooskins 12-06-2006 10:30 PM

Re: F... recurring dreams
 
[quote=Mattyk72;256234]Anyone ever have lucid dreams? Where you realize you are dreaming and you can just do whatever you want? I have them quite often, it's actually something you can [URL="http://www.dreamviews.com/induction.php"]learn how to do[/URL].[/quote]
I have those alot, and most of them are about sex lol. Usually I met a celeb who is really horny, and I know I have thought "hey I should just have sex with her" during the dream, and sure enough it happens.

Crazy thing is, couple times I have woken up from those, and gone back to sleep making myself think about those thoughts, and sure enough I fall back into that same dream with full control.

It is like playing a porno video game in your sleep.


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