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Originally posted by adrenochrome
reply to post by ldyserenity
i think it's really good to remember your dreams!!
not only does it give you a break from the real world, but it gives you something to think about, and anything extra is worth pondering over, especially if it's a weird dream!
usually though, dreams are there to tell us something - try ceasing your fluoride intake. once i switched to non-fluoridated toothpaste, and when i stopped drinking sodas and teas, my dreams became MUCH more vivid, and i could remember each and every one, every single night!
just don't drink teas or sodas for a couple weeks, as an experiment, and see if your dreams don't become more vivid and memorable!
Originally posted by dizziedame
I think it's good to remember your dreams.
Vitamin C seems to help in dream remembering.
Have you ever gone to sleep, woke up and went back to sleep and fell right back into the same dream? It's a really cool thing to learn to do.
It's those dreams that have me scared out of my wits that I don't like.
It might be fun to get into a dream study of some kind.
Originally posted by wclv13
Sometimes I record dreams, if going thru a tumultulous (sp?) time, just to try to make sense of things.
Usually though, I wake up have flashes of the dream, then go about my day remembering bits and pieces of the dream. Then eventually lose the whole memory of the dream (what is THAT about?)
Wonder if dreams are supposed to hint at paying attention to a particular issue in waking life?