[ Rules / FAQ ] [ meta / b / media / img / feels / hb / x ]

/b/ - Random

Name
Email
Message

*Text* => Text

**Text** => Text

***Text*** => Text

[spoiler]Text[/spoiler] => Text

Image
Direct Link
Options NSFW image
Sage (thread won't be bumped)

Janitor applications are open


Check the Catalog before making a new thread.
Do not respond to maleposters. See Rule 7.
Please read the rules! Last update: 04/27/2021

Screenshot_2021091…

Vivid dreams Anonymous 104880

I dont wanna post this on x cause i dont wanna talk about this from a paranormal perspective :/. Do you ever get dreams that feel like way more real than real life, not just emotionally but also literally as experienced through our five senses sharper and more detailed? I often generate fully developed musical pieces in my dreams but they lose their meaning after i wake up and i forget them

Anonymous 104881

Fuck yes, I had a dream once where I hugged this musician I was absolutely obsessed with at the time. It felt so damn real that I stopped wanting to hug him afterwards, as if my urge had been sated in real life

Anonymous 104885

>>104881
Oh, and also, I had a dream where a guy got shot behind me while he and I were being held hostage. The blood felt frighteningly cold/hot on the back of my head and I could also smell it for a second. Speaking of which, in another dream where there were corpses on the floor of a supermarket, I could smell the nauseating stench of death and blood.

Anonymous 106352

There was a dream I had as a child, long before ever touching a boy sexually, where I lay with one on this huge map of the world and touched his flaccid penis. I could really feel it and felt I changed after that.
And I have the music thing too, OP. I create songs in my sleep and can still hear them when I wake up but lack the musical ability to recreate them.
My vivid, adventure type dreams leave me feeling as though real life is inferior to the life I could have had, which would have been closer to my dreams. Waking up from meeting new people and exploring, only to sit in my room all day.

Anonymous 106356

>Do you ever get dreams that feel like way more real than real life, not just emotionally but also literally as experienced through our five senses sharper and more detailed?
not more detailed than real life, but just as vivid as real life.
>I often generate fully developed musical pieces in my dreams but they lose their meaning after i wake up and i forget them
i have dreamt of music too. i don't have the skills to recreate it, though.

Anonymous 106357

>>106352
I also make music in my head in that weird period before completely falling asleep.

Anonymous 106361

>>104880
I have the same thing with the music. I lucid dream relatively often so there's a lot of times where I'll be thinking "I better remember this so I can plagiarize it, and since it's from my own dream it's not technically plagiarism!" In a similar vein, sometimes if I have a really long or detailed dream I'll revise it in my head or try to write it down before waking up, to help me remember it when I wake up.
I remember dreams decently well EVERY night but they are not always vivid. I had a log for a few years' worth of dreams but my bf has it and cut contact since we broke up, dunno if I'll ever get it back

Anonymous 106394

Similar situation - dreams feel more real than what's real, especially if it's visiting a place. I saw a mountain range more beautiful than anything I've seen so far, with crisp details I don't see irl. Same applies for unpleasant locations, like the inside of a stuffed room or being lost outside at night. I've made up the theory that the experience feels more real because it's 'localized' in the sense that all your attention is poured into it while we usually juggle many different thoughts and experiences while we're awake, diminishing the intensity of each.
Right, also had the music thing happen, the song/melody is usually fascinating but keeps getting louder and louder until it wakes me up.



[Return] [Catalog]
[ Rules / FAQ ] [ meta / b / media / img / feels / hb / x ]