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Discussion in 'Dreams & Interpretations' started by Helene Lawson, Jul 12, 2015.
What a great idea Lara! I'll have to try that sometime.
It's no coincidence that all the best bands and artists produced so many of their best works while on drugs!
I've always been interested in dreams, other's as well as my own.
I few years ago I took anti-depressants for a few months and wow! I had the craziest, the most bizarre dreams imaginable. They were very interesting sometimes beautiful and exciting to me.
Friends and I have tried to figure dreams out and found that usually something that happened in life recently, touched off a dream of some kind of deep longing, fear, happiness or need; always something emotional.
When I was a child, I used to love my dreams of flying!
I usually enjoy my dreams and can still remember quite a lot of them.
I know what you mean, but mine were great!
"Dream Weaver" from the 70's
Has anyone ever dreamt that they were dreaming? It's happened to me a couple of times and it's a strange one. I wake up in the dream and the dream continues until the real me wakes up.
Yes, Tom. A long time ago and I had forgotten about it. I also remember being in a bad dream one time and was aware in the dream that I had the power to wake myself up. I remember it took great concentration to make that happen but worked. That was also a long time ago. I haven't had a bad dream in quite awhile.
I'm curious about dementia in old age if it happens in dreams, as well. I forget my dreams the second I wake up. Or I don't remember having dreamt or not as soon as I get up in the morning. I think, ever since I turned 51, I stopped dreaming in my sleep. .
When I was the Director of EMS for a small city ambulance company in Texas, I was also the health and building inspector. Since most of our EMS calls were at night, it wasn't unusual for me to be tired during the days when I still had to come in to work because of a scheduled inspection or something.
One day, I was taking a nap on one of our spare stretchers in the ambulance garage when I woke up hearing the city manager saying something to someone else that had to do with the ambulance service. Thinking they were going to come into the ambulance station, I quickly got up and pretended to be doing something else. Sometime later, I woke up to find that I was still lying on the stretcher asleep, and that I had only dreamed about waking up and getting up off of the stretcher. It was a little confusing for a while, but no one had come into the ambulance station after all.
What a dream I had…
I had a strange dream about Putin last night, I was doing something doubtful concerning metal recycling with a male friend, when Putin appeared out of the bushes but instead of remonstrating with me, starting talking in a friendly way while holding my hand, his grip was firm and warm, what it all meant I can't imagine, but maybe I need some therapy. We had been discussing him at length the evening before, so I guess that was what stimulated it.
He's watching you! You go to Russia every couple of months with cheese!!