Lack of Dreams? Anonymous 01/30/12 (Mon) 16:49:30 No. 499 [Reply]
Felt like making a thread since I didn't notice one about this particular subject.
Does anyone else just… not have memorable dreams? I haven't had notable dream for about ten years. I have a book beside where I sleep to try to record anything I remember, but when I wake up it's usually nothingness. When I was ten or so I remember dreaming about falling out the window with a pumkpin head and ending up on the floor, and also having random nightmares after playing some PS1 Casper game, but after that I don't think I've ever really 'dreamt'. At most, I can only remember dreaming about doing trivial, mundane things that I always do. I do usually just sit in bed for a few hours and just think up stuff, like story ideas, that's always fun. But even when I do that, my imagination… it's like, I can't picture anything, it's all in words and descriptions in my head. So yeaahhh. Anyone else feeling left out about lack of good dreams? Or would any dreamers happen to have any advice at having interesting dreams and remembering them? Also picture unrelated I suppose. 6 posts omitted. Click reply to view.
Anonymous 02/17/12 (Fri) 04:29:31 No. 547
Nose-plug reality check?
Anonymous 02/18/12 (Sat) 11:38:01 No. 554
Close your mouth and hold your nose. If you either
-don't pass out/let go and gasp for air
-are still able to breathe through your nose
Anonymous 02/19/12 (Sun) 20:20:25 No. 560
Yep, plug nose, breathe in. It's a dead simple and almost impossible to fail considering that your breathing is tied to your actual physiology.
Anonymous 02/19/12 (Sun) 21:25:41 No. 561
Neat. I've been trying other techniques and they haven't worked that much at all so I'll have to try that. Thanks.
Anonymous 03/03/12 (Sat) 06:04:50 No. 581
I understand. I have a Tumblr blog-ish thing for keeping track of all of the dreams I've had, and I'm really having trouble remembering things to write.