Yeah, my dreams are always super realistic. Not just realistic situations, but real feeling. I used to make myself lucid dream by looking at a clock
and if the numbers were all squiggly then it was a dream. Eventually, I started to be able to read numbers and now I can read and spell words in my
dreams. I eat, sleep, smell, taste, feel emotionally and physically. I have a few different.... lives? in my dreams too. Not just recurring dreams,
but the same people in the same town doing similar but different things.
I have even "used the restroom" in my dreams without it happening in real life.
(People say that is supposed to happen?)
I know what you mean, too, about not knowing whether something happened in real life or a dream. It is kind of disconcerting, but I always ask my mom,
sister, or husband, and they usually tell me, lol!
My favorite thing that happens in my dreams is when I dream. Not only do I dream in my dreams, but I remember a dream I had Tuesday in my dream on
Wednesday or Thursday.
I look forward too, and long for, my dreams. They are super realistic and I feel like nobody understands how real they are, so I am glad I saw this
One bad thing, though, is my night terrors. As real as my "good" dreams are, so are my bad dreams.
My whole life I have had night terrors. My mom told me that I started to scream in the middle of the night when I was like, 2 y/o or so, and it still
happens now, 20 years later. I can go either a few weeks without nightmares, or I may have 3 a week.
Have you ever had a shared dream? I read about it once, on ATS I believe. It has only happened to me once or twice, once I know for sure. It was with
But all in all, I love my super realistic dreams, and I am about to go to bed soon.