Have you ever had recurring dreams?
What was the longest running recurring dream you have had?
2 days in a row I have been dreaming about wearing an orioles t shirt,I do not like sports however.also constantly seeing numbers(111,222,17,19)
When I was around eight years of age, I had a wonderful dream of changing into a Baltimore oriole (the bird, not a baseball player on the team bearing the same name).
It was such an exhilarating feeling freedom to soar through the air! So, I would look forward to having to go to bed (I had to be in bed at 8 o'clock during school nights) in the hopes of having the same dream. I was able to successfully auto-suggest this dream three nights in a row. What fun!
I cannot tell because I do not remember my dreams once I have opened my eyes.
I have read somewhere, Kevin, that vitamin B in our diets will help us to remember dreams.
I used to take that in capsules and now I made sure that I replaced all supplements with food vitamins.
As weird as it may sound, it was a dream I had about part of the plot for my first novel. I'd go to bed thinking about what I wanted to say in the story and I'd actually dream it all. I had the dream 3 or 4 nights in a row and it ended up being one chapter of the novel.
Yes I have recurring dreams and sometimes the same one in 1 night of sleep.
Yes, I have had recurring dreams but not for some time now. I don't recall the longest running recurring dream I've had, but I had one about 6 years ago when I had a stomach illness and the dream was a bit of a nightmare. I don't remember my dreams so much these days.
by spease 8 years ago
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by Colebabie 8 months ago
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