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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 love dreaming..

    I have vivid dreams, almost every night.

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    I remember my dreams usually... especially the violent ones.

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    it looks like the NFs remember their dreams well. I remember mine best when I don't enter REM sleep, if I fall asleep for 5 minutes and wake up, the images stay fresh in my conscious mind. However it's odd because a 5 minute dream can feel like and hour or more experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Yes, it sounds like I'm lucid dreaming. As you say, I'm aware it's a dream, I have a certain level of control (although much of the time it's minimal/nonexistent...it depends on whether I'm curious to just see it play out however it plays out without my interference, which tends to be the majority of the time, or whether I have a more desirable outcome in mind and want to push it in a certain direction), but am definitely dreaming - I'm not aware of my physical surroundings - i.e. where I'm sleeping, what's going on outside my body, etc.
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    It's quite common that I'm aware on some level that I'm dreaming (ok, about half the time) and can effect the dream in some way. I've even rewound dreams, or chosen to wake up. But, I didn't train myself to be that way, it's natural, as I'm assuming it is with cascadeco, too.
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    I often remember my vivid dreams. But sometime I can have incredibly lucid dreams and forget them when I wake up. I don't know if that makes sense, but I somehow know Ive had a vivid dream even though it's erased from my memory as soon as I wake up. The emotion I got from the forgotten dream still lingers in my waking mind.

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    Sometimes I wake up and it's like waking up from a coma. Wake - asleep - awake.
    Sometimes I remember bits and pieces of my dreams.
    Sometimes I remember everything and can recount more detail than I can of the previous day (IRL).

    In all the dreams I remember I'm intently and yet aimlessly trying to find something/someone somewhere while being followed/chased (although that isn't my main motive to keep moving).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus2968 View Post
    I'm intently and yet aimlessly trying to find something/someone somewhere while being followed/chased (although that isn't my main motive to keep moving).
    Many of the dreams I remember the most are like this.
    Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.
    ~ Groucho Marx

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    It's really hit or miss with me. Recently I've been recalling my dreams a lot more frequently, though I've also been taking a B-complex and the B6 supposedly helps with that.
    "Stop it, you fuck. Give him some butter."
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    I generally remember my dreams well, unfortunately not only the nice ones.
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    It really depends on when I wake up.

    BestWorst type of dream is when you spend time reasoning that it can't be a dream because you wouldn't be capable of reasoning or coming to this conclusion in waking life.
    Come along Fool
    A direct hit of the senses you are disconnected
    It's not that it's bad, it's not that it's death
    It's just on the tip of your tongue, and you're so silent

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