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Dreamed this last night:

I was living in a large mansion, standing on a white, circular, in-door patio. The walls were doors with windows looking toward the outside lawn, with a large swimming pool. It's nighttime. I become very paranoid and start locking all the doors, as I'm afraid someone is going to come in. Something always happens when I try to lock the doors, an obstacle gets in the way, I trip over something, etc. etc. Then, seeing through the open door in the middle of the circular patio, I see someone facing away from me, sitting in a reclining beach chair. The guy turns around, and it's my dad, reading a newspaper and wearing large, black sunglasses. He turns into a cartoon. Jumps up and runs away from me. Suddenly my entire field of vision literally breaks into halves, one of blackness and one of seemingly normal vision. It's like someone drew a horizontal line across my vision, the lower half being nothing and the upper being what I can see. As I'm watching my dad run away from me, I start to hear voices, and feel a weird "warping" sensation all over my body. It's like someone is putting me through an odd simulation. My whole body feels like its being sucked through a wormhole, multiple times. Finally, the most intense sensation occurs: My whole mind and body is bent, warped, molded, and pulled through a tunnel like structure of space-time. I still hear people talking around me. Then, in my vision, I see a youtube video. Someone is clicking on the video, and every time they do, the weird "bending" thing happens to my body.

Really weird. lol

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Mwahahahahaha Man weird isn't even appropriate to describe this one. lol

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I'm damn sure all the Fulci movies brought that one on, too. There isn't exactly a direct connection to his films in the dream, but I know it came about just from immersing myself in the weird, twisted worlds he creates.

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I need no Fulci or anybody else really, my world and mind are weird enough by themselves. Adding more to that would probably kill the H3LL outta me. lol

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My dreams have always been more vivid than most others (I mean most others not on this forum) report.  They've been in color since I was a little kid-or at least that's how I remember them-sensatiion wise, they've FELT exactly the same as when I'm awake-odd things may happen including odd things that I just slake off-I've even had to stop to use the toilet, at times.  There are people who claim to not remember any of their dreams.  I'm just the opposite.  I usually awaken remembering at least one or two and half of that in detail.  I've also had serial dreams that end at a specific point only to start up again at that same point the next night.  Are many of you familiar with those?

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Yeah happens to me once in a while. Mostly when I awake from a nap and gets back to it let's say half or an hour after.

Happened more than once doing this 3-4 days apart too.

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Watched Hit & Run before going to bed so I dreamt about Kristen Bell all night. Weird because I was re-enacting the film but I was the character Dax Shepard plays, her boyfriend and well there was much more sex in my dream than in the movie. A whole H3LL of a lot more. lol

Dax is a lucky bastard to be engaged to her... Fucker. I'm jealous...

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Not too long ago, I dreamed that I traveled back in time to either 1991 or 1992 and saw N.W.A live at a small venue. The performance itself wasn't odd or surreal, but all 5 of the guys had mouths full of monstrous snaggle teeth. Dr. Dre had a front tooth that was about 3 inches long, and MC Run had at least 45 teeth in his mouth.

However, this didn't stop me from fawning over Eazy E. I said, "Oh Eazy, I don't care that you have disgusting snaggle teeth, you'll always be hot to me!"

He didn't respond to my advances.

After the show, I tried to buy a tour T shirt, but this armless amputee guy started shouting at me and said I couldn't have one. I swiped one when he wasn't looking.

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Well done, hope shirt's cool looking.

Makes me think of that. lol

http://i1.sndcdn.com/artworks-000001343204-75jmpj-crop.jpg?435a760

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Damn what a cool one this one was. A bunch of friends and I went to an old school like building where Suicide Girls were living and we partied there with the girls. Damn some were extremely cool. I managed to see and chat with Lass and Radeo which are my 2 favorites and we also played some extremely weird games... That was a lot of fun so I have a big huge smile this morning because of that. big_smile

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I had a bit of "night terror" the other night. I'll try to recall it here:

I was standing on the balcony of a giant castle, looking off into the distance. The sun was almost set, and I could see a bit of purple/blue sky, some tall pine trees, and mountains in the background. I was remarking about how beautiful the evening was to some of the random people that were sparsely set around me. I turned around and walked through the balcony entrance to find I was in a church...a ritualistic center in front of two giant stain-glass windows with about five pews on each side of the isle; the ideal image of a church setting. Inside the church were a large number of former school peers lounging about. I paid little attention to them and carried on with the thoughts I had in my mind. Images suddenly started flowing before me. A number of tarot-like cards were before my vision, with odd symbols placed over them. An audible, "Medieval scholasticism!" could be heard in my mind. A few other things passed before me, but I don't remember them very well.

I then found myself with a piece of chalk, writing out my criticisms of the U.S. education system. Things like, "CONFORM" and "BRAINWASH" were written on the church/castle wall. Each line seemed to build within me a negative emotion. After six or seven lines of criticism, I felt the negative emotion well up inside me. It was a bit of a frightening feeling, but still powerful. The walls began to shake. The dream shattered and I found myself in an entirely new setting.

I "woke up" lying in the top bunk of a two-bed. The dream transition consisted of a large, ghostly orb or demonic gust of dust particles exploding on my chest and face. It was like a climax of the negative emotion that was welling up earlier. After the swirl of demonic particles dispersed, I found myself in the grips of sleep paralysis (which I often experience during my waking periods anyway). I felt very confused and panicky. But in the grips of the paralysis, I tried to calm myself and ask questions. "What's your name? Tylor. Check. Now, where are you? In my bed. Good, check. Where is this bed? In my room, of course. Where is your room?" This stumped me. Having no control over my body and little control over my breathing, I became more and more confused and was thinking I had possibly gone insane. Then I came up with: "oh yeah! My room is down the hallway, next to a few other rooms." This actually isn't true, but it made sense in the dream. I broke out of the paralysis, and made my way down the bunk (No, I don't actually have a bunk-bed in real life, but it'd be cool if I did!) and toward the door. I went for the light-switch, but the bulb was burnt out. Damn! I groped in the dark and finally, FINALLY found the knob. I swung it open, was greeted with a small bit of light and stomped down some stairs onto the ground-floor. I walked into a kitchen, expecting to see my parents somewhere around. What I found instead was: I was living in someone else's house, with two parents who weren't really my own. A scrawny, balding long-haired forty-something year old said, "Hello, Tylor" in a mundane, bored voice. Behind me was stout, fat woman that was supposedly my mother. This, of course, followed with much confusion.

Then, I woke up (this time for realz).

Either Sigmund Freud or Carl Jung would have a field day with this one.

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Woah man, what a trip!!!
And yeah Freud & Jung would freak out about this one.

Very well described. I CANNOT remember that much detail. Lucky you. smile

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^ Thank you, Sir. I find that keeping a dream journal really does help increase one's ability to recall more details in their dreams. I don't write in mine every night, but I do whenever I experience an interesting one.

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I should do the same. Practicing will make me remember more stuff indeed. Ah well, I'll get a Dream Remembering course instead. lol

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I haven't remembered many of my dreams lately.  But that's a good thing.  My last girlfriend, who years later I'm still not over, has a tendency to make suprise appearances in my dreams, and even just seeing her in a dream only serves to pour salt into wounds which haven't even begun to heal.  Not pandering for an "Awwww, Lon...", just saying. lol

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I'm still giving ya an Awwww, Lon... lol

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I  can't believe I had dream for sometimes,  I love it's when I have dream, it make feel like you had good night sleep

Instead closing your eyes and opening then in one second, it's morning already!

I hate those sleeps