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Any weird/vivid dreams experiences you want to share?

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George10111

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Last night I had some of the most vivid insane dreams I think I’ve ever had. I think it can be in part due to the fact that I didn’t smoke any ganja all day or all night and it was my first tolerance break in like 2 weeks.

in short i kept getting chased by these extreme police officers, the big cops of cops if you will. They were trying to kill me. I wouldn’t classify it as a nightmare but a really intense dream. It was a foot chase and it lasted 2 weeks in my dream and then like half the neighbors in my community tried to catch me too, just for lighting illegal fireworks. That was just one among many others
 
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Dooley

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My dog used to chase people on a bike a lot. It got so bad, finally I had to take his bike away.
 
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Mamaloca77

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I keep having vivid dreams of demons and poltergeists. The presence in my dream is awful but when a demon comes out towards me I have to repeat the Lord’s Prayer. I have this dream almost every night.
 
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My weirdest experiences is when I wake up in my dream, as I normally would when actually waking up. Sometimes in my dream I wake up (in my dream), and then try and go back to sleep. Other times I've had conversations with my kids, who claimed these conversations never happened when actually awake. Just going about my normal day as I usually would when waking up. Only I'm still asleep.

I wake up the following morning extremely confused. When did I go back to sleep? Why did I wake up that many times? Did I even wake up at all?
Am I awake right now or am I still dreaming.
It makes me really unsure about whether things are really happening or not.

Thankfully I dont have those types too often, but when i do they tend to last around a month or so.
 
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I have very vivid dreams of losing my dog in some way. The way in which I lose him always varies, but I do find it frightening as I love my dog so dearly. It's usually him going missing or being taken, but sometimes even dying, which I find so much worse. When I wake up initially, everything feels so real, however, once I've actually thought hard about the dream, certain details just don't make any sense. It makes me get up in the morning and cuddle him that little bit more before heading out for the day.
 
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Ramson mash

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This morning, i dreamt of a person whom i had bad vibes. A mans head from behind. I focused on his ginger hair and tiny ponytail.
Maybe he was rapping or singing.
 
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I had the weirdest dream last night. I’d been waiting for a taxi for over an hour when a small plane landed on the road. Piloted by an actor on tv. I asked them to give me a lift home as they said it was a new taxi service to avoid traffic jams.
Well here’s where it got weird i got on the plane and the pilot started running up and down the road flapping his arms to make the plane fly. He then turned into the plane and we took off. We landed to let someone off and then he started running around again and jumped in the plane but we weren’t flying we were going down a country lane when a coach came in the opposite direction and we realised that unless we took off we would crash. However we ran into each other and there was a big flash and we went into some kind of time warp and we had gone back in time to being cowboys. Then i woke up
Told u it was weird
 
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George10111

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I dream every night. Last night I dreamt about my cat. I have some weird dreams, baked or sober. The other night tho was insane. Don’t you love dreams?
 
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celticlass

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I have very vivid dreams of losing my dog in some way. The way in which I lose him always varies, but I do find it frightening as I love my dog so dearly. It's usually him going missing or being taken, but sometimes even dying, which I find so much worse. When I wake up initially, everything feels so real, however, once I've actually thought hard about the dream, certain details just don't make any sense. It makes me get up in the morning and cuddle him that little bit more before heading out for the day.
I can relate to this. My dog is my world. My best friend. I have vivid dreams on Venlafaxine. I had a bad one a few nights ago. Her being chased across ice by a pack of dogs/wolves. Someone caling out they were going to kill her. I woke self up screaming NO NO NO!!
 
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elliepaige20

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I can relate to this. My dog is my world. My best friend. I have vivid dreams on Venlafaxine. I had a bad one a few nights ago. Her being chased across ice by a pack of dogs/wolves. Someone caling out they were going to kill her. I woke self up screaming NO NO NO!!
I know exactly what you mean! I think deep down I know my dog is reaching that old-age stage of his life now and so we probably won't have him around for much longer, so maybe it's my mind just reinforcing that. I'm on Sertraline for anxiety and depression, but I even had vivid dreams before then, so I don't know. I think we just dream the worst sometimes because it's in our nature to fear those things.
 
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