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    Anyone here keeps a dream log?
    I started mine a couple weeks back and I can now recall the full dreams I had
    just with a single hint!
    Plus I remember my dreams more clearly nows.

    So just asking.. does anyone else keeps a dream log too?

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    No, I remember a lot of mine though. I'll list a few.


    Dream 1- I was on an industrial elevator going up with pink concrete surrounding it, and the elevator went up to a diner where I saw my friend Cody.

    Dream 2- It was like a flash animation that looped over and over, only it wasn't looping. I saw the house of the Angry Beavers in the swamp they lived in and it went from night to day and I could hear crickets.

    Dream 3- I dreamt I was falling down stairs and woke up.

    That's about the gist of it.


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    If I wake up and remember a dream that I liked, or a really bad nightmare or something I have a book to write them in, but I don't bother with the little or really piecy ones
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    My psychology teacher made us keep a journal by our bed and yada yada. But, personally, I don't have time for it. You're supposed to write down your dream as soon as you wake up, whereas I, don't care. And setting the alarm clock 15 minutes earlier is *not* a solution. Tried. Failed terribly when I took advantage of it by ..sleeping. :?
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    I've been thinking about it. I keep a notebook on my bed for ideas for stories, songs and plans, etc. So there is no reason I don't. I'm studying to interpret dreams, so keeping a journal would help me remember my own in more detail.

    I have learned a few things about dreams. The longer it has been since you've eaten, the more vivid your dreams will be and you will tend to dream more. Also. Dreaming on a full stomach can cause nightmares and confusing dreams.

    This might not be universal, but I have both read it from dream books and experienced much of both extremes.

    Sleeping after fasting is sometimes very powerful for me. Also, meditating and/or stretching before going to sleep, or some other relaxing ritual, such as reading or writing calmly. If you do it every night before going to bed, you will be more relaxed, reach a dream state quicker and have more vivid dreams.
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    Good dream: NONE OF YOUR DAMN BUSINESS!

    Bad dream: Running full speed down endless stairs, almost falling over and over, but never really falling. Gives me near heart attack EVERY time.
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    I keep dreaming of being The Doctor. Some dreams are the same dream just in a different perspective.
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    ive had two very powerful dreams, not lately though I dream every night, I rarely take a moment after waking to remember them.

    one after playing sports:wink: I suddenly fell into a half-awake dream state and dreamed that I was a deer running through the woods zig zagging through trees... it was a great multiple euphoria experience, super relaxing, very energetic primal moment

    one dream was me running through the woods, I was running away from something. I came out of the woods into suburbs where I used to live. I was sneaking around behind a house and some woman let me in to hide, the woman was a friend. Then a group of soldiers came and took me away.

    I'm planning a sci fi graphic novel series based on this dream.

    when I was younger I had reoccurring nightmares, nothing that interested though. Did anyone else have reoccurring nightmares as a kid?
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    I mastered lucid dreaming when I was around 17. I was heavy in to meditation in my 20's. Now I just want to sleep and I really don't have the time for dreams or anything that doesn't produce results in the physical world. I've become exactly what society has wanted me to be, a productive citizen.
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    Ironic then that your avatar is a black hole at the centre.
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