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Every time I’m getting near that time of the month I always have a dream that I get like shot or something and it’s all bloody in my dream then when I wake up I’m on my period. Does that happen to anyone else??? Or am I just weird??
It’s pretty common for your dreams to reflect your body or how you’re feeling. So if you feel your period coming on (consciously or not), it’s normal for your dreams to tell you. I get needy on mine, so in my dreams my boyfriend cheats on me or is too busy for me.
The sun’s set to rise… on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/26003718/via/Sofiadeee
Had a dream i was at the beach and it was so hot but the sun felt great! I hate winter. -_-
I just woke up from a dream where I was going to a Pink Floyd concert and the whole dream was this big build up to the concert and just as it was finally about to start, I wake up.
A learning algorithm, coupled with brain scans, was able to predict the images seen by dreamers with a 60 percent accuracy
Woa… for those of you interested in the science of dreaming, I suggest you check this out! I’ve always been fascinated with how the brain works during lucid dreaming, and why humans have even evolved to dream at night. Who knows, science may be able to open some new doors for us very soon!
That’s awesome you’re keeping a dream journal, that’s a great step into having control over your lucid dreams! And way cool you’re trying to get better at it!
Well I think since every brain is different, there isn’t going to be one technique that’s the best for everyone. There are certain steps that can help, however, and I posted my basic steps here.
I’ve noticed that the best way for me personally (and it may not work for you) to have the best lucid dreams is to train myself to know when I fall asleep. You know when you’re drifting to sleep and you start having those few moments of hallucinations before your dreams start? It’s easy to get lost in that moment or focus too hard on it so it goes away; but if you learn how to stay lucid through that moment while falling asleep, you’ll be conscious that you’re dreaming from the moment you actually fall asleep.
Now that step is really hard to do, and I don’t actually know anyone personally who can do that. But if you go through all those basic tips I posted and you want to keep improving, that’s just my own personal technique for a night full of lucid dreaming :)