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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I've already dreamed in a dream.
    I remember having woke up and having told someone ''Man, I've just dreamed that blah blah blah''...
    ...minutes later, I woke up again.
    Wow. I did that once (woke up in my dream, then woke up for real after thinking I was already awake). Boy, was it creepy.
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    Since we're talking about dreams...

    1) I've never had a lucid dream; and

    2) The vast majority of my dreams involve me switching perspectives at some point -- e.g. a few nights ago I dreamed that I started watching "Saw", then I was suddenly one of the main characters (not me personally, but my perspective; my identity was not the same and I may have even been a guy character?), and the rest of the dream was some weird Dream-land version of "Saw".
    (Side note: strangely, there was no violence whatsoever in the dream. It was entirely intense, emotional build-up to an event that never occurred.)
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    For me, most of the dreams I remember involve me getting murdered somehow or something similarly creepy...

    Or I get an adrenaline right before I wake up like I am falling off the edge of something but it turns out that I am falling out of bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    For me, most of the dreams I remember involve me getting murdered somehow or something similarly creepy...

    Or I get an adrenaline right before I wake up like I am falling off the edge of something but it turns out that I am falling out of bed.
    But they aren't nightmares? How do you feel during the dream/when you wake up?

    Would you call them anxiety dreams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    But they aren't nightmares? How do you feel during the dream/when you wake up?

    Would you call them anxiety dreams?
    Nightmares don't faze me too much... I sleep through it usually (but I do wake up more sweaty). Not really an anxiety dream but moreso my "sensitivity" to gruesome subjects coming through, I would say. I am much more likely to have them if I hear or read about some tragic or horrifying event (current or past) and think about it. I have a strong imagination. I only have them a few times a year but it's a pattern I have noticed for a long time. Most everything else, I don't remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    I only eat w/ spoons... I hate forks.
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    Dude, I'm the opposite! I hate spoons, and use forks even for stuff like cereal, ice cream, etc.

    Do you eat your steak with a spoon?
    Forks are for fighters, while spoons are for lovers? It seems like a fork is a much more effective weapon, but we know the dish ran away with the spoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Wow. I did that once (woke up in my dream, then woke up for real after thinking I was already awake). Boy, was it creepy.
    I've had worse. Much worse. Where I would be in a dream embedded in a dream embedded in a dream, ... in so many layers that I lost count.

    Even more troubling is when the dream stack seemed to be recursive, where the context of some dreams were exactly the same as that of a dream a few levels down. I would be in a mall, wake up to find myself on a stage, immediately realize it was a dream, wake up on a park bench become confused how this happened look around, notice inconsistencies, wake up in a library, look through the books till I realize they were nonsensical, then wake up in the food court at the mall, ... I would eventually become incredibly afraid of being stuck in infinite dream recursion, and start popping through the dreams really fast, and eventually just wake up (at least I believe I am awake, now).

    More common, however, is the mundane context, groundhog-day-like dream sequence (except, the repeat sequence is much much shorter). I would believe I woke up, walk to the door of my bedroom only to find myself in bed again, wake-up, walk to the door of my bedroom, go out to the bathroom, find myself in bed again, wake up take a few steps, find myself in bed again, wake up, get all the way to brushing my teeth, find myself is bed again... Sometimes I wonder if I actually woke up and did somethings and went back to sleep and just forgot things, because these sequences were common when I (thought I) was sleeping 24+ hours.

    I believe I am awake now, but I will be heading to sleep soon.

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