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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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    I usually don't remember much of my dreams, but my ENTP ex girlfriend could remember multiple dreams from every night and describe the progressions of them in depth.

    Don't know that this would correlate to type is my point.

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    I answered that I 'generally' remember them, but then I started thinking "Wait, but how do I know? Obviously I remember the dreams I remember but I'm not remembering the dreams I don't". So....now I is confoosed...
    "Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get, but if you work really hard, and you're kind, amazing things will happen. I'm telling you...amazing things will happen" --Conan O'Brien

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    I rarely do, but when I do, it's very vivid and feels "real", albeit usually absurd.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    i forget most of them. i think i have some kind of repression mechanism or something, because as a child i always had very vivid and numerous dreams. for a while melatonin helped. maybe less stress is really the tonic for this..?

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    I don't usually remember my dreams but I tend to remember some at random.

    One that I can still picture clearly is where I'm walking in my old high school and then I pass under an archway that leads me to this weird cyberpunk type of city with incredibly tall buildings. Then I walk down the road and I'm back at my school again...

    I've also been getting a lot of surreal-ish dreams recently but can't seem to remember any of them.

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    Usually, yes, and I can remember a lot of them.

    To the point where I remember silly details about them. Then again, my dreams usually have plots that make sense somehow...they're very realistic in that they have a kind of consistent logic to them, but that logic is unique to the dream world and definitely does not relate to any kind of rational logic (but this is probably because the unconscious mind is not rational, but maintains its own logic structure that keeps it relatively consistent). Anyway, this consistency makes them seem very real, even if the events that occur within the dream are entirely surreal.
    "I took the one less traveled by,
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    I still remember some very fucked up dreams I've had over the years, starting from when I was around 6.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    imo this poll is weak. i won't go into it much but obviously it's weak with such limited options regarding recall. i would say i regularly remember my dreams with insonsistent recall of details. the way the poll is set up makes it hard to determine how people remember dreams in a typebased way. note: didn't read discussion yet.

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    Sure, for awhile. They tend to be inconsequential. Thus, I forget about them in the course of a day.

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    Remembering your dreams is something you can learn to do just like you learn how to become more aware of them and control them while your sleeping.

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