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Do you have conversations in your dreams?


When you wake up and remember the last dream you just had before waking, do you recall if you actually had a conversation with well-structured sentences? Or are your dreams only with abstract thoughts.

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    Glenn Stok 4 years ago

    You brought up an interesting point, feeling exhausted having dreams with intense communication. I feel good when I wake up from having had involved discussions in a dream. Based on all the answers, I see that people experience dreams differently.

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    Gary R. Smith (Emanate Presence) 3 years ago

    Maybe you were referrring to the chocolate variety of mousse?

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    Glenn Stok 4 years ago

    fitmon, I wonder if that is happening during your REM sleep. And if so, if you are interacting outside your dream, I wonder if it interferes with having a good deep sleep.


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    Glenn Stok 4 years ago

    Amethystraven, It would be interesting to take the segment of a dream and expand on it to write a short story. Your dream would work well for that, I think. You have shown that dreams can be useful to provide ideas for writing.


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