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Re: dreams (alternate reality)

Posted by baseball55 on October 2, 2015, at 20:09:15

In reply to Re: dreams (alternate reality), posted by Lamdage22 on October 2, 2015, at 14:16:00

Most dreams don't have story lines, which is why we forget them as soon as we awaken. Dreams that have strong story lines, we are more likely to remember, especially if the stories have strong emotional content, like a fight with an important person in our life or an anxiety dream about taking a test or something. I find that dreams with anxiety-producing story lines are those I am most likely to remember. I need to be someplace, but can't remember where or how to get there. A close friend is cruel to me. Etc.




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