The wife of someone I know. A woman I never really thought of before. But in the dream we were at a house party and we just sat on a couch and talked. When I woke up I remembered every word, every seductive glance and every playful touch. I wonder if it will see her differently...
and the old friends I had in those dreams. I said goodbye before I plunged into hell and I miss them. I would so dream about my other dreamworlds too like MLP and star fox and I would be a pro skater every night. I would even have a yu yu hakisho world too
I'd dream of them more frequently if I could, but then again. I like how my dreams are usually somewhat cryptic or of the sort so I'd just like dreams that can make me wonder about them for the next few days
I've feel this way ever since I was a kid- wishing that I could choose my dreams (at least the general topic) before I fall asleep. There have been some occasions where lucid dreaming is possible but for whatever the reason it just isn't quite as good as picking the topic first...
rather than the dreams that I have sometimes. I wish I could avoid all the troubling dreams, like the ones that wake me up and cause me to have a restless sleep. It's a pointless wish, but that's what I want!
dream last night.
I was at a lake house, somewhere out in the middle of no where. It was storming, my children were gathered by the window watching and counting how long between the thunder and the lightning when they noticed a car stopped on the other side of the road in front...
before I fell asleep, I would choose to relive some of the events from my childhood. Good memories, or bad. I could go back to ten years ago and have christmas at my old and most memorable home. I could go back to when my brothers and I (children at the time) would have our...
I saw you across a crowded room.
Among all the others that were there,
The lights seemed to shine down on you alone.
I knew then I had to have you for my own.
Willingly, you came with me to my home.
From the car, I carried you
and threw open the door.
subconscious mind, but I wish I could understand it better. It would be nice if I had some control over it. Every dream I wake up remembering is normally so weird that I can't figure out why I dreamed it. The ones that are very normal almost always lead to dajavo several days...
and it's a little theory that I've been working on its called R.E.M.M (rapid eye movement manipulation) you finally are asleep when you get into rapid eye movement so before you fall asleep you can manipulate it
but I don't want to. I want to forget about you! But it's kind of hard to when I get sudden reminders of you.
Can someone please help me? How do I get my ex out of my dreams? I need to let go of him and let him remain a memory.
I found this on a bulletin board and decided to try it. A little while back I was browsing
through newsgroups just like you are now and came across an article similar to this that
said you could make thousands of dollars within weeks with only an initial investment...
after night, I am mentally drained and emotionally, and physically exhausted. It seems this fight I put up about closing my eyes at night has gotten worse over the last several months or so. I can't help but wonder if it has anything to do with seeing your face when I close my...
controlling their dreams.
They say it's best if you record down your dreams. And you have to realize reality vs dreaming. So like numbers being blurry in a dream. Or write something on your hand and if you don't see it in the dream your dreaming something like that.
It can be...
What I do get are the most bizarre, weird, fvcked-up dreams in the history of human existence.
I also remember bits and pieces of my dreams.
So I'd like to be able to choose my dreams - because my average dream leaves me disturbed as heck in the morning.
that my boyfriend was taking away my virginity. I was bleeding a lot.
And then I had another dream where he lied to me about where he was. And then when he found out that I found out he was lying, he started apologising and trying to make up excuses after excuses.