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Alternate Reality Dreaming? Not Disconjointed: (Try to get the license)

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posted on May, 9 2005 @ 12:25 PM
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This will make almost no sense and would probably be best in a blog nobody will ever read, but I'm wondering if anyone else shares not only incredibly real and somewhat self directed dream states, but themed dreams of a continuing nature. Not recurring dreams at all, but dreams that build on each other almost in real time (continuing in waking hours) and though you recall almost nothing within a few minutes of switching realities by either waking up or going to sleep you know the story is progressing (possibly has been for years) and there's painfully blunt aspects of deja vu to even the unrecalled storylines from both dream states and life?

I'll drop it entirely if this makes no sense to anyone, but I got "their" license number this time.
Okay, not the people that live in the painting of unlimited will, not the conspirators that keep raising the requirements for the doctorate in everything by three credits each semester (bastards), but the taunting antogonists in the house that never ends. Those guys. They drive a Jeep Cherokee too. And they know I've got their number.

It's 939BW by the way. I remember. Haha. They are so going down.




posted on May, 9 2005 @ 10:57 PM
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From how I interpret what you typed, I can kind of relate.......I have had dreams that are cumulative......also dreams that made me feel like I was awake but in a sort of non-responsive trance......for some really strange, ultra mysterious reason, I can't seem to condition and learn the ability to become lucid in my dreams.....

Why do you bring this up? I could probably talk all day on this subject.......



posted on May, 9 2005 @ 11:10 PM
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Cool Memoryshock.



Originally posted by MemoryShock
Why do you bring this up? I could probably talk all day on this subject.......


It's just especialy odd to me how important that continuing reality appears to be to me at least in the first few minutes of waking up. There's a very real transition of (for lack of a better phrase) thinking, memories, history, etc. Hard to explain unless you share this. I swear my brain changes between states in some way. Most definitely chemically somehow.

Yet I retain virtually nothing. There's the odd transition or merge, then it's just gone. Usually. But man it's all so real. Probably some slight pyschosis or fractured schism I'm unaware of, but it's something odd for sure.

There's almost a hardwired belief (hrm) something like that, not that's it's real necessarily, but just as important as this reality. And it's not like waking up from a good dream and being disappointed it's over. It's like task oriented. Like man, I need to go back and finish that or X, Y or Z will or won't happen. There are consequences to future dreams. Man, this must sound nutty.


I want to say it's like "flipping" in Stephen King's Talisman (I think that was it) or almost (don't laugh) completing tasks in the flip world of Link from old Zelda games, where everything is related somehow.



posted on May, 9 2005 @ 11:31 PM
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Originally posted by Rant
I swear my brain changes between states in some way. Most definitely chemically somehow.


Yup.....your brain actually starts emitting waves of Theta level.....

Check out www.belowtopsecret.com.........

Dreams are a normal, biological necessity. The relegation of the subject into the realm of 'new age' and 'predictions' is a trifling that encourages people to neglect that aspect of their life.......



posted on May, 12 2005 @ 08:12 PM
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[quoteIt's just especialy odd to me how important that continuing reality appears to be to me at least in the first few minutes of waking up. There's a very real transition of (for lack of a better phrase) thinking, memories, history, etc. Hard to explain unless you share this. I swear my brain changes between states in some way.

Well, I know what you are talking about. I am not going to scare you with any details. I will, however give you a piece of advice. Keep a journal next to your bed. As soon as you wake up, write down everything your thinking about. Do not wait untill after you go to the bathroom. Write everything down that you can, as soon as you can. While you are still having the thoughts. Do this even if you wake up in the middle of the night.

Let me know if it is anything surprising.




posted on May, 12 2005 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by mrsdudara
Well, I know what you are talking about. I am not going to scare you with any details. I will, however give you a piece of advice. Keep a journal next to your bed. As soon as you wake up, write down everything your thinking about. Do not wait untill after you go to the bathroom. Write everything down that you can, as soon as you can. While you are still having the thoughts. Do this even if you wake up in the middle of the night.

Let me know if it is anything surprising.



I've done that a few times. It's super freaky.
To get the full effect you really need to set your alarm about 5 minutes earlier than normal then WRITE. But you get used to it and the impact is lost. As "realities" merge it starts to make too much sense, as you recall too much of your dreams. But it's a fun excercise.


I may try that again. I kind of did here posting that license. That was real important for about 5 minutes.


:shk:



posted on May, 12 2005 @ 09:15 PM
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Continue to write every morning even if you dont dream. After a few weeks, you will start remembering your dreams and thoughts a lot easier. This excercise is cool and sometimes down right erie at first, but after that it is just an excercise to help you to remember your dreams and thoughts after you wake.




posted on May, 31 2005 @ 01:52 PM
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I , also, have dreams that seem to exist apart from normal reality and occupy time in a progressive and linear fashion. I have no idea what it all means;when I try to explain or discuss it with friends or family, their eyes start to glaze over and they get that "crazy person in the room" attitude, so I don't normally admit to even having such dreams anymore....but...

In most of the dreams I have like this I find that I am not me, that is I seem to have the identity of someone else and the other people in my dream are also not anyone I know from "real life." For instance, I have regular re-ocurring themes, such as battle field or fantasy themes and I have even dreamed that I was a different person with a different name exploring a different planet with people who were all close, long-time friends in my dream but who do not exist ( as far as I know) in my real life.

And...These dreams seem to exist in real time, ie; if I awake in the middle of a dream and say, take a bathroom break, when I return to bed and fall asleep again, I find myself right back where I was before..or where I would have been if I hadn't awakened at all. All of these dreams seem to have a hightened sense of reality and always feel like I am actually living a current experience or reliving a memory; there is none of that fuzzy feeling or fast fade and change of subject that seems to be a hallmark of normal dreaming. They are usually really long and incredibly, vividly detailed as well.

They don't happen every night but I probably have such dreams at least once or twice a week.



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