I would think so. Not in "real" life, probably, but dreams can give experiences too, and as I keep saying, the more you make a choice, the easier it is to make.Do the choices we make in them have any impact? If so how and where?
...dream...people? I don't...what? (Can't...brain...have...too much!)What about all of the dream people?
Ah, never-mind that. If I understand correctly, you're asking what happens to dream people after you wake up, in which case my answer is that I imagine they keep on existing as part of your subconscious. Perhaps they even represented a part. Different facets of a personality can be assigned identities after all; I've done mine.
Yes, yes, and more "Yes". Where would we be without the imagination?Are there dream worlds out there with just as much value as "the real world"?
If one had to go beyond the other, I'd put money on the dream universe, but I like to think of them as two sides of the same coin rather than two entirely separate places.Does the dream universe go beyond the "real universe"?
Yes. Yes, I have.Have you ever died in a dream?
What is the real world, but a collection of perceptions commonly accepted as true, and what are hallucinations, but proof of that notion?Halucinations...do they belong to the real world or the dream world?
Anything's possible, but in most cases I would say no. One tends to retain some measure of self in the dream world, so I guess it would depend on how strong of an atheist one was.Can someone be an atheist in the 'real world' and a theist in the dream world?
They live on, because they're not ours. All we did was carve a path to them. Plus, with the afterlife and all that, who's to say we ever truly die?What happens to our dreams/dream worlds when we die?
Really? I haven't tried it at all, but only because it would be too much of a hassle to wake up in the middle of deep sleep to write something down.I tried it a couple of times but it seemed... sacrilegious.