Have you ever wanted to stay in a dream and for it to continue?
sometimes are memories just too strong?
Yes. I hate when I have a dream where I win something or do something awesome. Then wake up and just feel depressed for like 5 minutes haha.
Um. . . . .YES! Sadly, as I've gotten a bit older I have fewer of those slip n slide dreams.
Usually, I want to get out of the dream, and in the dream, I am hoping it's just a dream....weird.
Yeah.If only for a moment,I want to have those dreams fulfilled.
Yes, in a way as the dream can be so realistic that I can't tell it is a dream while other times, I can.
Dreams are normally memories of my past and they were the happy days I had with my parents and friends. Gone were those days as our country have advanced and things are different from those days.
People were friendlier and we were closer together. So these dreams are so good that I wish it will last forever.
I guess it will last when the day comes when I lay in the coffin.
Some dreams are just so good that I want to stay there forever, but sometimes they are just thoughts(such as getting a boyfriend) and life isn't actually going on. So, yes I would like for some of the dream to stay alive, but in reality we always have to come back!
oh most definitely. sometimes i wished i could be as free and energetic as i am in many of my dreams.
Sometimes yes, if a dream is fun or pleasant, I want it to continue. If I dream I am thin, and running, and having a great time, then I want it to go on.
After my mom died, I used to dream she was still here, then waking up was very painful when the truth came rushing back. Long time ago--but it is still fresh in my mind.
Sometimes, I have a few dreams that are really wonderful that wouldnt wanna wake up anymore but i have to.
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Yeah. I have played with lucid dreaming in my past too. And, I keep a note pad and pen next to me when I sleep so when I wake up at like 3:30am I can write down what is on my mind.
Every time when I see a dream of my boyfriend and me on a wonderful beach, I want that this dream should not get over..
Yes I have had many wonderful dreams and often think about my dreams when awake. I do wonder if these good dreams will ever be my reality. I sure hope so!
I would rather stay in an interesting dream than wake up to an alarm clock and go to my boring job. If it's my day off, though, I would rather wake up and enjoy my day,
Yes sometimes, but lately I have been having kind of scary dreams I wish would end, and end nicely.
O yes! I have had some amzing dreams of wealth, where I had millions of dollars and had an infinity pool filled with chocolate. I have tried going back to sleep after waking up back into the same dream. Of course when I wake up from a nightmare and fall back asleep, I go right back into that nightmare.
Once after my dad died I had a very vivid dream that I walked into his house and he was sitting there reading just like normal. I was so relieved that he was alive and the whole thing had been a bad dream. Of course when I woke up I realized that was a dream, but I wished it could have continued a little longer.
Yes! Shortly after my grandfather died I had an extremely realistic dream that he was standing with me and talking. In the dream I recognized he was no longer alive and he was saying to me, "It's so beautiful here babe!" He always called my sister and me babe. I truly believe my grandfather had come to me in dream form to reassure me that he was happy and pain free. Dreams can be very powerful tools if we allow them to be.
If you know that this is dream and you want to be at there ... than I think that is not dream any more ...
What do you say ?
I had a dream recently in which I had won £4.2 million. I was so depressed when waking to realise it was only a dream, and that I hardly have a penny to my name. However, when I have scary dreams, they seem to go on and on and I try to wake myself up, knowing that I am dreaming.
Nice question, Many a times I wish I could remain in the same dream. So many times I dreamed as I was with my girlfriend, I am eating my fav. dish or doing some adventures activity which thrills me. Those moments are worth remembering. It happened twice with me till now when I woke up in the middle and my dream continued as I fell asleep. I cant forget it. Does it happen with you?
Yes.. I would try not to wake up, fight to stay asleep but..
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