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 No.2417[Reply]

I found some short talks on lucid yume / lucid yume (astral edition). They seem like sketchy signuptomymailinglistforfreedvd production wise, but the info seems legit. What do you think?
https://vimeo.com/user1947550

 No.2418

>>2417
The info only seems legit to you because you're gullible. People can make anything sound genuine if they throw around enough made up terminology. If you find out that it's actually real though, i'd be happy to know.

 No.2690

>>2418
na this is on to some shit. ur just not rly asleeping r u? too awaoke



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 No.1310[Reply]

I just had the most filthy dream.

My older brother and I found some sort of what I can only describe as a Black Metal Manse. It was all delapidated, uselessly Satanic, and treated like shit, and we enjoyed rummaging through all the crazy stuff, while I felt the powers of Lucifer growing within my Heart. It was in the basement, however, that we found a large plastic ziploc bag containing the severed head of an ex-Black Metal singer.

I told him to leave it downstairs, but no, he starts to carry the bag upstairs, and the stench of decay arose with it.

(My dad was also there, now, and the Manse was my dad's house…dreams)

My dad could be heard retching in the background, as I ran for the door ahead of my brother, wrenching it open and flooding the place with cool night air.

We raced out and around the side of the house, when he called out "Think fast!", and I turned to see the bag of liquifying head come sailing past me. Shrieking in a manner reminiscent of the singer himself, perhaps, I grew angry at being so frightened, and as my brother ran past me, down the moonlight path between our house and our neighbors, I snagged the bag by the non-ziploc end, and wheeled about, hurling it ahead of me with great eff-ort…causing the bag to impact the seal, splay open, and ejaculate the melting head of the dead man at my brother.

He looked stunned, as the bag was rent asunder and the head burst forward like the grimmest of zits, but none of the juice got on him (I was honestly worried about this, because it would be gross.)

We both ran ahead to the ravine our home backs onto, spots of grass slick with fatty dissolvings, when I spotted the grimacing head, long black hair matted against it's pale skin, and I cried out to my brother:
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 No.2689

nice



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 No.2652[Reply]

In the span of half a year, I only had 2 normal dreams. Usually, when I wake up I can only remember the darkness that my eyelids/surroundings provide, thus I call them 'Blank Dreams'.

The strange thing, though, is that these 2 dreams of mine only came when I discussed my lack of normal dreams with my friends, on discord. Alas, after having dreams for 2 days, my 'Blank Dreams' returned.

Is this normal?

 No.2677

>>2652
Blank dreams as in? If you mean having no dreams, that's completely natural.

 No.2678

Maybe you're waking up during deep sleep rather than REM, generally if we remember any of the nights dreams it's only the one we just woke up from. Maybe you are waking in REM and just forgetting anyway, that would make sense because dreams being on your mind after a conversation makes you more likely to remember. Next time you wake up with even a little bit of dream memory make a note of it, keeping a 夢日記 trains you to remember and sometimes when you just remember a little bit you get a lot more coming back by thinking about it. Forgetting dreams isn't like the normal kind of forgetting, it's an intrinsic response like a reflex, so starting to remember one gives you the rest for free.

>>2677
Very few people actually don't dream, but a lot of people don't remember them and that's natural.



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 No.2614[Reply]

Hey Uboachan, what's the best environment/conditions you have dreams in?

I usually find I can't have dreams if I'm not at home or if I've just read something before I've slept.
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 No.2636

I don't usually dream much, but I usually have to have a clear mind, a cold room and i only require like 5 hours of sleep to dream

 No.2645

I sleep best in my bed.
Not in a concrete parking garage…

 No.2648

If I'm camping in a tent, I hardly ever have dreams

 No.2659

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my dreams depend on time- if i fall asleep at a reasonable hour, i usually never have any dreams, and if i do, they're always very hazy. if i fall asleep at, like, 3:00 AM, i'm guaranteed to dream about something strange, and it always immediately leaves my head as soon as i wake up. there's a sweet spot where, at a certain hour, the locations of my dreams begin to recur, forming a sort of dream-world. these dreams are usually incredibly vivid. the human mind is fascinating!

 No.2674

>>2614
>>2626
I have noticed that the best way to have a dream (or even lucid dreams or OBEs) is to go to sleep and set an alarm after about ~3-4 hours. I think the reason why this works is that it's harder to remember your dreams if you are too tired but you still need to be somewhat tired. I have also heard that meditating regularly can increase the amount of dreams you remember.



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 No.2671[Reply]

I mostly don't dream, probably something to do with how little I sleep, but when I do it's mostly on mornings I need to get up and dressed.
I think that I've gotten dressed and done everything I have to do, but then I'll get woken up properly, realise I've done nothing, and that I still wasted that time.
It is kind of cool to have a somewhat blended reality and dreamworld, though.

 No.2672

False awakenings are pretty normal. I find myself fooled by them more often than I'd like to admit, even when I wake up in an unfamiliar room or even outside. It's funny how you try to justify the most insane scenarios in dreams, they must give you false memories somehow.



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 No.2669[Reply]

I had this dream a few weeks ago, but I remember it clear as a day
I was on a village, and from what it seemed, my mind was processing some kind of montage going on there, as all the citizens there were just replaced by family members I knew and loved
I walked around that place, but nobody ever payed attention to me. I was just a nobody, and my presence didn't meant anything for my family anymore

After roaming around for a while, I climbed up a window, looking at the sky at the distance. I was all alone now, with no hopes of earning the trust of those people anymore. After all, I was nothing more but an akward outcast.

The dream ends with a loud thunder striking by a few blocks away from me, acting like an atom bomb of some kind

I might post a few other dreams I remember having soon enough here


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 No.2655[Reply]

my dreams tend do have recurring locations and scenarios, the recurring locations fascinate me the most- they form a sort of dreamworld

some clarification - "marcy" is my old old elementary school - question marks by the connecting lines mean i'm not entirely sure if the places connect (by access)

thoughts? questions?
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 No.2658

>>2656
i remember now! the dream cuts to a view of the freighter and a city, all of which explodes. the girl swims to a deck from where the freighter once was. the look on her face was a mixture of loneliness and catharsis. she slumps up against a wall, and some kind of powder (gunpowder?) slowly falls from the sky as she leans harder into the wall. cut to black, dream ends. it was surreal! i've had it in the back of my mind for a while, what do you think could it mean?

 No.2660

note- the scenarios on the right side of the map were put there because they are all incredibly vivid. they're stories my sleeping mind creates, they're a part of me.

 No.2662

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map v2

 No.2664

That's really cool! When you re-visit an area, do you experience it as being pretty much, or even exactly, the same area as last time or is it more a strong sense of it being close or similar to the previous one?

 No.2665

>>2664
most areas are more or less consistent in scale and structure, while some are pretty much ever-changing. an example would be the warped highschool- sometimes the building has up to five floors, sometimes it has a massive basement complete with a boiler, sometimes the classrooms and hallways are cartoonishly long, sometimes the library spans multiple rooms, sometimes the library is the size of a toolshed, etc.



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 No.2345[Reply]

It's a subject that fascinated me in Junji Ito's short manga story "long dream," and something I've read a lot of interesting stories online about, but I had never really experienced it until about a year ago, after a long time of experimenting and trying to force one to happen to me. The story in this paste is a record of that dream I posted to another forum. It was extremely vivid and frankly scary as fuck and made me abandon my attempts. Have you ever had a long dream? Or maybe one that was fragmented and you kept going back to after waking up?

http://pastebin.com/a2At8rwP
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 No.2500

>>2345
>Or maybe one that was fragmented and you kept going back to after waking up?
Definitely had one of these, but I don't remember anything of it.

 No.2502

Not really, but I had this one time where I was in sort of a boss fight and every time I died, I'd get booted out of the dream due to the sudden fear of dying (because it felt real)
Luckily, though, I was sleeping in such a position that the sun wasn't shining in my eyes, so I could force myself back and retry the exact same battle but with more knowledge

 No.2650

Feel like I had one the other night but I can't fucking remember anything about it other than feeling like I had been asleep for like a week when I finally got up.

 No.2651

Not in that kind of way. I had a couple of dreams that are "cut" to seem like they are taking place through multiple days if you know what i mean. It might be the fact that you can have multiple dreams in one night and they maybe blend into eachother at the end?
Definetely something i can relate to with my own dream experiences.

 No.2653

I have definitely had dreams that would resume from another dream from the previous night. I don't think have a single dream that feels like it lasts for longer than the time that has passed in real life is possible, at least not technically. It has already been proven empirically that dream time roughly equals real time because our eye movements in dreams are in sync to actual eye movement. All of that extra time are probably just false memories the mind has cooked up. Having false memories of having done something is no different than having actually done it, as far as the mind is concerned.



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 No.2639[Reply]

Almost ever time i dream it always takes place in an alternate version of the real world. Like some areas are based on real areas around my town and city but will be different from real life, but always the same in the dream world. There are places in the dream world that like a store that doesnt exist irl but it exists in the dream world and i go there all the time. or locations that i knoe exist in the dreamworld and i know I'll go there or be going there, its similar to real life but different somehow. I'm always going into the forest near where i live but in the dream world, and walking down trails to a river that always exists in the dream world but not irl. idk why i just felt like posting this. anyone have a similar experience?

 No.2640

Yeah, there are a few locations that don't exist IRL but I have seen repeatedly in dreams.

 No.2641

>>2639
Same, I haven't visited it for years, but I've always had a persistent dreamworld. It had complex stores, arcades, bridges, even bus lines, all of it was always persistent, always the same. I even had routes inside the giant mall to check the interesting stores and shelves…magazines, toys, videogames…stopping by some food shops or even having dinner there…

The city is pretty big, it had shady neighborhoods, open areas, river, bridge, amusement parks…

The most insane thing is that it had metro and rail stations, and you could take the train to go to some close mountain area, with at least 3 persistent villages, with farms and shit, rivers, ruins and old roads in the woods by the mountains. It's ridiculous how big and consistent it is.

 No.2646

YOU'RE GOING TO THE DREAM WORLD WHEN YOU DIE



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 No.2628[Reply]

Sweet dreams are mad of this
nothing

 No.2638

Thanks lain



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