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How would you describe your dreams?
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Poll: How would you describe your dreams?
I never or rarely dream/ I don't remember if I do 4 / 2%
I know I dream, but don't usually remember them when I wake up 14 / 9%
Boring/mundane/little detail 0 / 0%
Interesting/ vivid/lots of detail 20 / 12%
Have a storyline 20 / 12%
Chaotic, no discernible storyline 7 / 4%
Seem to make sense at the time, but crazy upon reflection 27 / 17%
Epic, Hollywood could learn a thing or two from my dreams 12 / 7%
Usually unpleasant/bad 3 / 2%
Usually pleasant/good 2 / 1%
Usually neutral 4 / 2%
Sometimes good, sometimes bad, sometimes neutral 19 / 12%
Sometimes I wake with a fright 11 / 7%
Sometimes i don't want to wake up because the dream is so good 10 / 6%
Sometimes wake up on the verge of laughing or crying 9 / 6%
162 total votes
 

Tolkien Forever
Gondor

Mar 3 2012, 4:11am

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You Missed The Best Choice [In reply to] Can't Post

'Divinely Inspired'

Seriously...

Anybody who's ever read the bible & has a relationship with Jesus Christ knows dreams are one of the key ways that God speaks; always has been since the book of Genesis & always will be.

I've received prophetic warnings & directional guidance in my dreams & it's rather cool.

Cool

"In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people.....
Your young men will see visions,
your old men will dream dreams..." ~ Acts 2


Rosie-with-the-ribbons
Forum Admin / Moderator


Mar 3 2012, 5:50pm

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I usually don't remember them [In reply to] Can't Post

but I do have a few that I dream more often.
One is that I'm with friends or family, always a group. And lightning strikes really close by. And then I wake up.
The other is that I am with a group of people and I keep falling asleep. And when I wake up, I'm all alone.
That one always wakes me up scared and I have to switch on the light to make sure I'm in my own home.

The other day I had a fun dream. I was in NZ because I won a competition and was having dinner with a group of the actors of The Hobbit. It was really fun hanging around with them, lots of laughter.


One Ringer
Tol Eressea


Mar 11 2012, 4:45pm

Post #28 of 29 (971 views)
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There's really no one way to describe my dreams; [In reply to] Can't Post

they come in a variety, and always the most enjoyable when I can remember them. A new spin that's happened to me as of late is that I wake up having forgotten, but as the day progresses the dream inches back into my mind. This has happened before, but it seems more consistent over the past while - lots of fun when the memories come flooding back. Cool

On another note, a while back I had what I would conceive as my first "lucid dream". I had a couple when I was young, but this one really stood out, and going into detail about it is far too complex and bizarre, though it would make a great movie. Tongue Point is, lucid dreams are the best experiences.


ElanorTX
Grey Havens


Mar 25 2012, 5:45pm

Post #29 of 29 (3913 views)
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always knew that San Antonio was dreamy [In reply to] Can't Post

says ElanorTX from that fair city Cool

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