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    Ahhh, lol. Yes, my dreams like to shift gears too even though I’m not lucid. As soon as I create a civilization, other “presences” enter the world and create their own. Then it becomes a race as to which of us can build the best people the fastest. I usually lose I wake up when my people are completely conquered.

    It would be nice to experience that dream up close and personal, instead of zoomed out so far. My mind probably prefers it that way, though, because I’d otherwise notice all the design flaws and wake up sooner rofl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhaylin View Post
    Ahhh, lol. Yes, my dreams like to shift gears too even though I’m not lucid. As soon as I create a civilization, other “presences” enter the world and create their own. Then it becomes a race as to which of us can build the best people the fastest. I usually lose I wake up when my people are completely conquered.

    It would be nice to experience that dream up close and personal, instead of zoomed out so far. My mind probably prefers it that way, though, because I’d otherwise notice all the design flaws and wake up sooner rofl.
    Oh there will be flaws regardless of lucidity or not. I tested the limits of visualization a few times in dreams. When you try to imagine something you've never seen, your dream will stitch together similar things to create it. If its even more abstract, the "graphics" of the dream decline very fast. I'm talking Nintendo 64 graphics. I remember playing minecraft, and that created an interesting phenomena in my dreams. I was suddenly able to dream extremely complex landscapes, that was aided by minecraft graphics lol. So video games to help you dream. Meditation and visualization do too. Ive dreamed of people I have never met IRL, because I think about them a lot.
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    I'll have to try to play around with that some more, but that's been my experience too. The more intricate the design, the more unstable the dream.
    Video games have definitely changed the way I dream. 7 Days to Die probably changed my dreams the most: I create bases by activating a "menu" which sort of summons the building blocks I need; I parkour all over the place; I mine a whole lot and enjoy the texture and color changes between biomes; I no longer fear death because I know I'll just "respawn" elsewhere.
    Civ and Sims probably made it possible for me to have my "god mode" dreams.
    Even Farmville, lol, directed the course of my dreams because I had to give more thought to layout and design and growth times.

    The most bizarre thing from all of this though, is that I have moderate aphantasia. If I'm awake and try to visualize anything, it's very fleeting and shadowy. When I dream, though, it has the clarity of life. If I was to close my eyes right now and try to picture my kids, I wouldn't be able to see a whole picture. I'd only see certain things in brief flashes. When I sleep, though, I can even picture what they looked like as newborns. I can't access that info when I'm awake.

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    as Intp : I'm dreaming this is not actually possible...fuck it xD.
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    I remember my dreams very frequently. Some times they are spiritual warfare dreams and I'm battling things in the spirit. I wake up very tired after dreams such as those. Most of my dreams are kind of like movies but they also have unusual aspects and have some sort of disconnect. Like I'll be at my house where I live yet it's in a different city/location or I am several ages at once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvabread22 View Post
    I remember my dreams very frequently. Some times they are spiritual warfare dreams and I'm battling things in the spirit. I wake up very tired after dreams such as those.
    I can relate to having spiritual warfare dreams. I have them when I'm stressed. I wake myself up, hearing myself talking during the battle. (:
    Otherwise, I rarely remember.

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    Rarely unfortunately. It's like I know I dreamed, but everything is a blur. I'll wake up slowly from the dream and it's like the dream is being sucked out of my mind while I try to cling to it. I often remember "vibes", like what I had felt during the dream or the color scheme. Sometimes I do remember them though, and I often dream about being back in school for some reason, animals, or traveling to places real and fantastical alike.
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    Yes. I wonder why the OP raise the question. Would she interpret the dream, if we told her our dream?
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    I still do
    well I usually remember my dreams when they are nightmares
    and I have been having them frequently - semi-frequently for at least some time now (2-3 years)
    so yea I have been remembering them. This nurse asked me to apply this cortisol cream this every night she said I won't remember my nightmares
    ...I still do lol (as of now)

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