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  • xNTP: Generally and well

    8 8.16%
  • xNTP: Regularly

    10 10.20%
  • xNTP: Rarely

    13 13.27%
  • xNFP: Generally and well

    8 8.16%
  • xNFP: Regularly

    12 12.24%
  • xNFP: Rarely

    11 11.22%
  • xNTJ: Generally and well

    3 3.06%
  • xNTJ: Regularly

    4 4.08%
  • xNTJ: Rarely

    7 7.14%
  • xNFJ: Generally and well

    10 10.20%
  • xNFJ: Regularly

    7 7.14%
  • xNFJ: Rarely

    5 5.10%
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  1. #11
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    I usually remember my dreams pretty well.

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    When I have them, I tend to remember them. Actually had one last week that was so...profound to me and applicable to my life it stayed with me for days.



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    See bear, I remember them... very briefly before I wake up. Then when I wake up (get out of bed awake) then I sometimes remember vaguely what they're about... 30 min later they all go POOF. It's very sad...

    But I do know I have weird dreams... the one I remember from last night/this morning was about me semi-pretending to be a guy on a race(?) on horseback. It looked like it's from medieval times or something with the leg wraps, padding, chain mail(?) gear. I was tugging on them leg wraps on the horse... very strange. Like a race with fighting involved. I was late... people started off before me but the race is "timed" so it doesn't matter as much. (I guess that makes it not so medieval after all...) Last one to go before the kiddies... It wasn't the first time I did this apparently. My dream self recalled I did the race thing once before. Now what does that mean?
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    Vividly. 3D. Color, sight, smell, sound, touch. It seems my Se works better when I'm asleep.

    I can recall dreams I had years ago that are still in my brain.

    Some don't stick, but others can be branded there.
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    I used to be very sentimental about my dreams, always wanting to remember every nuance of it. Largely in an attempt to not return to my state, I've chosen to not remember my dreams. I'd hate to develop some irrational fear based on a dream.
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    I rarely remember anything about dreams. Maybe I don't have them very often, although I've heard that this isn't possible.

    If I do remember them, they are just 'flashbulb memories', devoid of motion or color. I wish it weren't this way, but it's been like that for a long time.

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    I only remember my dreams when I remember to remember them. In other words, if I wake up and forget to ask myself what I dreamed, then I won't be able to recall. Since it's hard to remember to do anything when you're first waking up, even something as simple as thinking about what you dreamed, what I have to do is schedule that question so that it becomes an automatic part of the waking-up process. This usually means going to bed and telling myself that once I wake up I'll remember to ask about my dreams.
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    My dreams are really complex and abstract. I remember them when I awaken, but I have a tendency to place them into logic and reality, and it doesn't work that way. They lose their meaning. So I try not to interpret them before I write them down right when I wake up, and I often don't interpret them because I think they could all be part of some grander picture. Truly remembering these dreams in detail is not an option, but I always remember the important parts. I also paint them or draw them out sometimes, then write music to them.

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    sometimes i forget my dreams, but then later during the day something will happen that will trigger my memory of the dream.
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    I hardly ever have dreams, and when I do, I usually don't remember them. I wake up with the feeling that I was having a dream, but can't for the life of me figure out what it was about.

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