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How vivid can dreams be? And where do you draw the line between dreaming and reality?

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posted on Mar, 20 2005 @ 03:58 PM
I have had a recurring dream that I was drugged and dragged to Cancun Mexico at one time.

When I think about it, I say no fricken way. But I have alot of memories about it. Some of them seem like total reality. I remember everything from the airport and using fake passports and names, to the airplane ride with and me starting to become aware of what the hell was going on and I just remember being sick and regretting whatever was going on.

The whole time I was blacking in and out and I only really remember brief portions. But I have so many memories that I think it was real.

Could it have happened and is it possible that I could of done the greater portion of the trip unconsciously?

And is it possible that it was just an old reocurring dream that I have had that I think now (many years later) that it actually happened?

I really want closure to the whole thing. If I think it happened does that mean it usually did. The people I was with were certainly capable of pulling it off if it did happen.

And I dont honestly think I would get a straight answer from them either.

So is it out of bounds to think that these dreams, imaginations, could of actually happened?

posted on Mar, 20 2005 @ 08:02 PM
no, you are not out of bounds to think that happened. If you are worrying about it that much, then trace your steps. See if there are any gaps in time when that could have happened. Check with those close to you and see if you took any trips or dissapeared at any time.

If it did happen, just remember that it is in the past. It is done and over with. If you are hanging out with the kind of people who would pull something like that off and you do not trust them......I would cut them out of your life. If it didnt happen, then whos to say it wont. Some times we have dreams that are intended to "wake us up" and make us rethink the choices we make or will make. Those are the dreams that stick out in our mind for years. They are very detailed like you describe. Until you make the right choice, it will stay in your mind just as vivid if not more so. IMHO, it sounds to me like someone (angel/guide) is trying to help you get on the right path and away from dangerous influinces.

Good luck.

posted on Mar, 20 2005 @ 08:20 PM
Do you beleive in reincarnation? I personally dont, but if it does exist maybe you thinking of your past life, thus it would technically be reality because it actually did happen, what year were you born? Try to find out the date of the time of your next dream, look for number, dates on billboards or anything like that, also try to find out your name in the dream, not the fake one used on the passport though. Then, look up your name in the dream an see if their name is posted as deceased somewhere on the web.

Check back in a little,


posted on Mar, 21 2005 @ 02:00 AM
I was born in 82.

I think it was around 2000 I think it happened. I dont remember what name I used at the airport. I dont know if I used a different name when I was there.

I have good memories about the trip and bad memories. The bad memories were from the drugs, the feeling of too many endorphites, or the lack of. The good memories were the girls, the music, and cigarettes.

I honestly can not say if it was real or not.

I forget about it, then I remember it, then I forget about it, then I remember.

Drives me crazy.

[edit on 21-3-2005 by Ritual]

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