I learn not to fall asleep on my hands and to keep the thermostat low.
Dreams are very important to me. I wouldn’t say life changing but they can point you to a better direction if you take the time to listen. I struggle to remember whole parts of them because they’re very odd but the important things, the explainable things stick out to me. Sometimes I can’t even find a rational meaning from them but I sort of know anyways, intuitively. I was talking about one I had earlier today but I don’t want to bring it back up here just because I get bored of talking about the same shit once I’ve reached a conclusion.
Sometimes I wish I could turn them off just to get to the action of daytime quicker, and because they can be too much to handle. I’m grateful I don’t have chronic nightmares anymore and I think that’s a sign of my psyche and my life improving. Blah blah.
And I'm what you desire, like a siren in the night
Originally Posted by Starfall7w6 2w3 8w9 - The Free Spirit
I found dreammoods.com to be pretty accurate in deciphering my dreams, although sometimes the author kind of sounds like an overly professional inhumane bitch.
Dreams aren't that magical or mysterious to me, I mean - there are sound logical reasons for why I dreamnt about something usually and I can go 'oh yeah so that's why I was dreaming of that' - even tho dreams themselves are often really weird.
Kinda off topic - but this is sort of why (and I'm not sure who can relate to this or who can't - but I'm assuming it's common) I like it the most not when I am dreaming so much, but more of the spiritual blissful feel I can feel sometimes while I am simply lying down in bed in a happy mood. Dreams to me are campily thought of an emo IEI poet thing but in truth they are just logical subconscious throw-up of real grimdark stuff u did in the waking world. You are dreaming as a way to deal or prepare yourself for things that you have had to push into your subconscious for whatever reason. They have to get out somehow... your mind doesn't like to be in the closet all the time har har, so you dream as a way to release them. Dreams to me are just real life, but in a disjointed and fragmented form. Civilization/society feels like the necessary evil from the weirdness of dreams of getting too out of hand and the subconscious mind from taking over so much that it would drown and engulf the world.
I often wake up with brilliant ideas that, once the sleep has worn off, prove to be nonsensical. I also often compose music in my sleep, music that is generally much better than anything I can actually notate.
In general, my dreams are devoid of meaning and, quite often, downright stupid, to the point that I'm irritated by them. If I could, I would stop having dreams altogether--which I've nearly done.
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lmao i had a dream when i was virgin that i had a penis and i sucked on it. it was interesting.
my dreams are especially wild since i started anti-depressants. i wake up confused for a couple of seconds. its a trip.