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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Wow. Edgar has feelings.

    I suspected this all along.
    but only in dreams
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    hmmm.. interesting how INTJs seem to experience intense emotions during dreams, while INTP dreams seem to be lacking emotions.
    Unless you're trying to tell me something, that would be xNTJs.

    Might the difference be how cognitive functions Fi and Fe react to or where they source emotions from, internally or externally?

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    sometimes i can get really intense feelings in my dreams, but it doesent happen that often. its not always like happy, sad, fear or something like that. i remember like 3 years ago i had this dream where i was looking at this scenery that was so beautiful and epic that it took my breath away and the feeling of omfg wow i got from it was really intense
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i remember like 3 years ago i had this dream where i was looking at this scenery that was so beautiful and epic that it took my breath away and the feeling of omfg wow i got from it was really intense
    That's called "mushrooms" and it's also why xNTx's tend to like doing them, it lets the N take a new path through F as opposed to it's usual T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the killer potatoe View Post
    That's called "mushrooms" and it's also why xNTx's tend to like doing them, it lets the N take a new path through F as opposed to it's usual T.
    i wasnt on shrooms. i had been smoking weed daily for about 3 weeks and stopped. usually when i smoke daily i dont have dreams, but when i stop its like one or two nights after i see really intense dreams.
    and psychedelics doesent really make N take new path through F, i believe that they make it easier for each function to work on their own by lowering the energy cost of the lower functions or in other words making the processes run more deeply without much effort by removing some of these "stoppers" that normally stop thoughts going too far away
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    Feeling while dreaming is pretty common for me. I have vivid memories of experiencing drymouth, burning sensations, pinching, cracking, poking, and many other sensations while dreaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    Feeling while dreaming is pretty common for me. I have vivid memories of experiencing drymouth, burning sensations, pinching, cracking, poking, and many other sensations while dreaming.
    Are you talking about experiencing physical sensations or emotions?
    Those aren't the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Are you talking about experiencing physical sensations or emotions?
    Those aren't the same thing.
    Primarily physical sensations

    There is definitely emotion in dreaming, but its a lot easier to describe sensations.

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    I feel immensely in dreams. Profound sadness, radiant happiness, fear, love, lust...
    Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.

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    Yep, I feel stuff in my dreams. One time, I dreamt that a friend of mine was hitting on my ( back then) girlfriend.
    He's like... Very unlikely to do that, and he isn't at all attractive, which makes it weirder.
    Anyway, I wake up from this dream by my phone ringing. It's the guy that in my dream just tried to steal my girlfriend.
    Boy, was it hard to re-adjust. I mumbled some cursewords and clicked him away ;D
    Then like after a few seconds I realized it was just a dream

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