Power Dreamer's Forum
This section is for general dreaming and sleep-related topics. You are encouraged to add your advice for power dreamer skills, sleeping and delusions.
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- Do you ever wake up all puffy and saggy like a monster in the mornings? I do, on occasion. It happens when I eat a really salty snack before bed. Also, crying will do it to me. Cigarettes seem to add a pallor to my morning visage too. Otherwise, I have rarely woken up puffy after drinking water before bed, or having no snacks or cigarettes. Dreaming is a skill and an art. One must remember their dreams to have had them at all. The difference between dreams and visions is that one experiences a vision in the here and now. A dream is too strange and thus recalled as a distant memory. Dreams will always be remembered when written down. Inspiration often comes from dreams. Dreaming can happen 12 seconds after dozing off. Waking up 15 seconds later, one may have lived a long dream. In dreams people are motivated, and often get up to walk around. These people are likely to experience other dream irregularities such as narcolepsy, sleep paralysis, night terrors and lucid dreaming. Dreaming is genetically a part of one's individuality. However, it is a skill which can be cultivated. Real nightmares leave a person screaming or crying. Waking up from a dream intentionally can be painful. Dying in a dream is a unique experience. Dreams have significance. There is symbolism which one's subconscious interperets, like it or not. Dreaming is lifting the veil to the Spirit World. Carlos Castenada wrote fiction, which is the same thing as non-fiction. Dreams about sex happen often. These dreams can be absolutely anything and everything. Sexy deviant dreams cause emotional stress in some, and erotic soulfulness in others. Sigmund Freud was right about some dreams. However, sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. And, sometimes dreams allow a erson to surpass their mortal instincts. Aliens are visiting people in dreams. They want you to follow them. Lucid dreaming accomplishments are either private, or tainted by ego. Drugs and alcohol inhibit dreaming. However, the gentle and deliberate use of certain medicines can afford great accomplishments in dreaming. It's rude to dream at people uninvited. Pinching one's self, patting one's self down, or doing a head-check while awake is a good exercise. One should do one of those things and say to themselves "am I dreaming" once a week. This increases the chance that the dreamer will realize they are dreaming while asleep. Enthusiastic hollering, pointing at things, and following weird things in dreams are good ways to become conscious of dreams. Dreaming is sometimes dangerous. Dreaming is always an adventure.
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