Are Dreams real?

Are dreams real?
Do you go to the place when you dream?
Do you go to the other worlds sometimes?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Lol no dumbfrick

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Lol no dumbfrick
      I am a programmer: https://libregamewiki.org/Chaos_Esque_Anthology
      I am also a lawyer and 3d modeler.
      How am I a dumbfrick if I am that?
      Can you show your C programming code? What you have made?

      When I am in a dream world, it is as if one were to be in a room: and where you look you can see all the detail that is before you. And you know it. And I can remember how whatever I am looking through got to that place in it's life: as if I were that thing or person. As if it were my life that I had lived up until that point: and in that present moment I can search my past memories of that world and what I did there.

      And I know nothing of my world here; only of what I know there.

      When the dream is exited: It is as if one moves from the room, to another dark room: I can still remember what happened: but Just as one who was in a room and then moved to another: can only remember what is in your present memory of the room : the memory fades.

      It is as if one was there; and now one is not: but one can remember what was in one's memory buffers: short term and medium term. But one cannot look at full detail at anything as one is not there anymore as one has woken.

      How am I a fool for acknowledging that?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        > dumbfrick confirmed
        > also fat and gay

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    At most, dreams reflect your subconscious and in some, roundabout way, you might be able to learn about yourself. There could be something to lucid dreaming. Have had a few lucid dreams before, but I've never pursured it because I prioritize sleep quality. Dreams are probably just a way for our brains to rest and should not be taken seriously.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Ariel

    Your dreams are your inner world that are often based on reality and real places. There are "pocket dimensions" out in the real world that are set onto revolving entryways that, and these entryways are perception-based, which means if you don't see it at the one moment, then it doesn't exist for anyone else on that "timeline". I've had some crazy experiences of driving through Phoenix, Arizona, and certain "feelings" began getting triggered in me that I couldn't tell you how but they were essentially what you would call "dream feelings" - that is, the feelings that you only exclusively feel while dreaming. And so I did not explicitly recall being there before, but the feeling was triggering in me felt I had been there before but in a dream kinda like phantasmagoric (that means dream-like) nostalgia. There was this one point where I was in the middle of this park that was part of my dream that was and the whole park itself was just PART of the even bigger park that was in my dream (it was a conglomeration of a bunch of different parks, another part of which was the old park in my hometown in Pasadena, TX). It was strange but... I got the inclination that these little liminal dimensions are used as a training grounds of sorts for our souls, and our spirits are the dream forms of our souls. Getting out of the park was also a strange experience, I kept losing my orientation and I swear at one point I somehow got turned around, and the park wasn't even that big, I could see my car up on the sidewalk I haphazardly chose to park it on because I thought it was a parking spot, lol.

    I have never been to Phoenix. Not once in my entire life. But I felt a strange connection to it and its surrounding desert. It was very intriguing, to say the least.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What is it about Phoenix? This is not the first time its been brought up. I asked where to go, could that have anything to do with it?

      I am not the type to like the desert so much

      • 3 weeks ago
        Ariel

        I don't know for sure, but I feel like it was a lot meaning associated with it, ontologically speaking. First, its name is phoenix, the sacred bird of rebirth/resurrection. Then there's the fact that it's located in a desert, which is a place that is often associated with death and desolation. I had this very strange experience happen to me also while I was driving through it on my way back home. I suddenly went into this kind of hypnotic state while driving on the freeway through the main hub of the city, and the only way I could describe as was that it felt like something was expressing to me the method of death and resurrection in that in a sense it felt like getting put into a dream that you were entirely conscious of somehow, and then "waking" from that dream by feeling the opposite side where you would be reborn into, and becoming accustomed enough with it that new emotions would thus be spawned to acclimate you to it. I think really that's what fear is and why we find ghosts so "spooky", it's because there exists a side to things that we do not have the proper emotions to deal with them, it doesn't matter how fearless you think you are you will be made to feel fear if you are not properly equipped to perceive something correctly. And I think the only way you can properly craft those emotions is through this peculiar, hypnotic dream-state.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This is nice to think about, it fits with tge dreams I've been having as well, where I am trying to become something else, to grow and expand, to let old and unhelpful habits and perspectives "die" and become a more developed person. I am at a point in my life where I can either remain the same, and lose opportunities, or grow, and finally become social and start a family, get a job maybe, and do something useful with my life. My dreams have been centered around social and family situations, the things missing in my life.

          Thanks for sharing anon, I like this way of seeing "phoenix" and thinking of dreams possibly trying to align you with what you'll be reborn into

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Are dreams real?
    Some yes, some no.
    >Do you go to the place when you dream?
    There's lots of places.
    >Do you go to the other worlds sometimes?
    They're heavenly, but that's not doing it justice. It can also be hellish beyond all measure.

    It sometimes changes my perspective on life. Ferrying people to the afterlife demotivated me from taking life too seriously. Everyone ended up the same way no matter what. The heavenly places made me want to make the waking life a little better, piece by piece. The hellish places made pain and suffering feel trivial.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Some yes, some no
      Explain. I've gone to some pretty fantastical places in my lucid dreams. Also oftentimes I get beset upon by non human entities in my lucids and kill them with my dream powers. Are these things "real" or just aspects of my subconscious? If it's the latter, why would they be hostile to me?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think they are but just different. I be having some real vivid dreams sometimes that confuse me with memories of real life

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This happens to me often, it will take a long time to come back to the real world and it often seems as if the dream actually happened, specifically in regards to feeling more connected to the people I interacted with in meaningful ways in my dream.

      I dreamt about Sage last night, she was upset over something and I encountered her during a move across the country, on both sides of the country. She was there in the same place for a chance encounter and it forged a starting point for a bond, and now I have lingering feelings of it left over still

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I definitely feel like some of the “people” I meet in dreams are very real and are separate from myself. Most people are npcs in dreams to the extent I don’t even remember them when I wake up, but every once in a while I’ll wake up from a dream and feel very vividly that I was just talking to someone in it. This could just be me talking to my subconscious, but there have been times where it really hasn’t felt that way.

        That's what I had in my dream last night, like there was something about her she was showing me.

        I don't know her well, only in passing

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Try remembering, in detail, a room you were in yesterday. Every detail.

      Can you do it?
      But you can remeber looking at things in that room yesterday and deciding to look closely and you know that when you observed them you could see everything about that thing.

      Now: When you're in some dreams, and you look at things: you can see every detail of the thing. And when you look in a direction: at that moment you can see whatever is in that direction.

      But now you can't remember the whole scene in absolute detail.
      Can you remember the room from yesterday in absolutely absolute detail?

      But you know you could if you were in that room right now.
      Just as you knew what you saw when you were in the dream, and you know you could and did see everything in present and absolute detail while you were in the dream.

      What does that mean?

      >...
      >and you could remember, at that moment, everything who's eyes you were viewing through remembered about their life in that dream world

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I mean, yeah. You have them, don't you?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      :/

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He's giving his answer to the first question and pretending that definitively answers the second and third. When the second and third are the real question. It's a Zoomer frick spitting on us millenials.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Are dreams real?
      >I mean, yeah. You have them, don't you?
      Do you go to the place when you dream?
      >"I mean, yeah. You have them, don't you?"
      Do you go to the other worlds sometimes?
      >"I mean, yeah. You have them, don't you?"

      _
      ?
      ?

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I definitely feel like some of the “people” I meet in dreams are very real and are separate from myself. Most people are NPCs in dreams to the extent I don’t even remember them when I wake up, but every once in a while I’ll wake up from a dream and feel very vividly that I was just talking to someone in it. This could just be me talking to my subconscious, but there have been times where it really hasn’t felt that way.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, your angel takes you on a trip to experience emotions you couldn't while awake, and do some other stuff. Usually what you remember is a translation your brain makes up when you return.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had a dream the other night about rushing a old lanky black dude to a hospital and he turned into a literal fricking coffee mug with a cartoony rendition of him plastered on it and it would change his face every time he spoke... As a coffee mug.
    Then after he was rushed into a different room, this black goo-like substance started overwhelming people quickly, including children, and turning them into demons or monsters. I watched a child's head get overwhelmed and their "mouth" opened up like fricking pacman and let out a creepy childish laugh.
    This is an actual dream I had. You tell ME if that shit's real. That being said, I have had a lot of dreams in my life that I've been hit with "deja vu" from, including locations I've never seen or been to before and moments that I've never experience except for in a dream.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I did the technique from "The Phase" again today amd got a brief lucid dream despite using no supplements and only gettingaround 6 hours of sleep. That book is really good.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The most popular theories for dreams state that they are created as a byproduct of memory management and storage in the brains during sleep. There is heavy evidence that sleeping is the primary time for brains to sort information and manage long term memory. The interesting part is that dreams depicting events exactly as they happened are relatively rare, even if we could remember the primary event vividly, and subsequently dreams are very often from seemingly random points in memory, not just from the previous day.

    Another thing is that a lot of people report deja vu from dreams, and many dreams seem to be alternate versions of experienced reality. There is also weird time dilution in some dreams. Sometimes dreams seem to last much longer than the time slept, from anecdotal experience i have had dreams that made me question who i even am after waking up due to the high time dilation. Most often though sleeping seems almost instantaneous to our conscious mind, this however does not mean we do not perceive the actual physical passage of time, since the experience of waking 2 minutes before your alarm on a workday is almost universal. Our 'biological' clock is very accurate, probably being a minute off every hour, even for a species that didn't really require keeping of time before the industrial revolution. We however are not cognizant of this in sleep or when we are awake.

    Dreams are honestly really weird, they seem to make way too much sense for just being simple memory defragging, and honestly acting consciously in dreams seems very counterintuitive if the whole point was to just correct memory. My hypothesis is that some sort of quantum frickery is going on allowing our dreams to reference related (maybe entangled) points in alternate timelines or even in the future or past. Or then i'm just going off of survivorship bias, and dreams are really just the only coherent part of what we process to memory.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In a jungian sense yeah

    Thry affevt your mind, which affects reality

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Can anyone tell me why I have lucid dreams where I'm fighting dozens of opponents at once and hitting, stabbing, slashing, grabbing, twisting, smashing them till there's none left and I maintain lucidity just fine but when I go to frick a b***h that's apparently too intense and exciting and I wake up shortly after initiating the sex? I just want to be able to finish for once. It feels good but with no gradual buildup and release like normal sex.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      it's cuz your dick is free to move irl but your body isn't so when your slashing demons it doesn't wake you cuz your body isn't moving (tho it might tense a little) but when you're abt to bang a bich your dick moves so suddenly that it causes your brain to think you have awoken which causes you to actually be awoken

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Every six months or so I'll have a dream about some apocalypse scenario where I'm travelling with a small group and we're avoiding danger together. Those dreams are more fulfilling than any experience I've ever had in my waking life.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Same, except mine happen every other month. Usually it's like a parallel version of places I've been or lived at, and the inside is a house of leaves.
      >enter building, rooms keep adding themselves to the inside of the building as I explore
      >despite the actual size of the building

      That or vast cities with dilapidated structures. But I always 'wake' into these dreams like I just woke up from a fat nap.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    we can compare dreaming with Lucid dreams and Astral Projecting: When you Lucid Dream, your consciousness literally inhibits the dream world. But what is this dream world? Is it your own head? Does that mean your soul enters itself? like a paradox. Nobody actually knows, as there is no real way to study this. Now compare it to Astral Projection aswell. You fall asleep, so you should be in a dream scene right? But no. You're literally floating above your bedroom, so what happened to that dream scene? Where your bedroom was connected to the Eiffel tower? and you had 5 Bill Gates trying to say hi to you while each one wearing a cowboy hat with a different color? It's just not there. But you can wander around and visit any place you'd like. Just by thinking about movement. But whats the difference between a lucid dream and an AP? in a lucid dream, your consciousness literally enters the dream scene, which is some simulated environment-universe which is made out of your thoughts alone and this gives you full control over the whole domain. But an AP is the same as a lucid dream except you aren't the controller over the domain. You're just an observer. Which brings up a question of who the controller in this domain actually is?
    Theres like 3 types of states we can be in i guess. full sleep, lucid dream consciousness, and AP consciousness.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I was a lucid dreamer as a teen. In one dream set on a tropical beach, I decided to visit the core of my consciousness. It was located deep inside some non-Euclydian Hindu temple. (I am Catholic, not Hinduist.) My consciousness was a floating sphere of light in the ever-expanding dark, empty room.
      I've recently started lucid dreaming after 10 years, so who knows what I will uncover.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you can immerse in illusion and find not means of becoming tangibly oriented if that is acceptable to you. if not, you can push on towards accurate perception of the out of body realms and true accurate orientation. you can't say that it can't be done by anyone simply because you have not put the full emphasis of value on the task and dedicated years towards this ability of perception.

      there are those of us who were so burdened by perception that the choice was a foregone conclusion once the opportunity to study within the realm presented itself.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    dreams are many things.. the simple word "dream" does not adequately describe all the things that you can perceive from this state of consciousness. not all people are perceiving at the same degree of quality. some are viewing things within their own mind processes while others are fully engaging in perception of things that do tangibly exist from an out of body level of conscious perception.

    other worlds? most people are not oriented well enough to be well grounded to the reality of out of body while in only this one.. but yes.. other worlds are within the possibilities for those who are well enough oriented to use the state of consciousness as a direct access to out of body perception.

    other worlds are not the ideal place to start with development of this form of perception. just as you do with learning remote viewing, going to see things that you can physically verify after you have returned to physical awakening within your physical body is the ideal starting point. in this manner you can begin to observe the degree of accuracy and the extent of illusions and incomplete visions you are likely to be experiencing.

    would you be interested in training to develop this ability?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you can immerse in illusion and find not means of becoming tangibly oriented if that is acceptable to you. if not, you can push on towards accurate perception of the out of body realms and true accurate orientation. you can't say that it can't be done by anyone simply because you have not put the full emphasis of value on the task and dedicated years towards this ability of perception.

      there are those of us who were so burdened by perception that the choice was a foregone conclusion once the opportunity to study within the realm presented itself.

      >you can immerse in illusion and not find means of becoming tangibly oriented..

      if you develop your ability to retain the memory you can extend your depth of perception into these realms. it is possible to become oriented to the physical realm from the various non physical vantages that are within this realm of perceivable persistent form.

      experience can guide you beyond the point of not having tangible 'proof' but your proof is your own personal perception. there are two realms of examination that extend this beyond personal observation and deliver tangible material observable evidence that can accumulate to serve as a form of 'proof'

      for the most part 'proof' is a function of 'belief'
      neither are valid
      direct observation is the only foundation you can build your tentative concepts of reality upon. any instance in which you accept 'proof' delivered to you without your own direct perception is an opportunity for deception and illusion to take root.

      the two tangible realms of observation that can serve as 'proof' are observations of future events, especially those which will be happening in the following day or days, and observations of physical material locations that you have no prior knowledge of that can be visited upon returning to waking in the body to be physically examined and compared to the observations.

      so you can obtain data and record it prior to confirmation of what you have observed to create physical 'proof' that you have perception of something inexplicable under the precepts of known, establishment ordained and authorized, mainstream concept.

      at that point you can either break away from false guidance or submit to it mindlessly as so many others have

      what i am saying is that you can become oriented to the context of what you are perceiving so directly accurate that you can observe how you get there and how you return from the 'location'.. literally becoming geospatially oriented to the context in relation the physical realm.

      i spent several years venturing away from my body and returning to it with clear lucid detail of the entire night spent out of body. there are several movies made deliberately including imagery that is typical in various platforms within these realms.. the indication is strong that there are modern world entities that have been researching the reality of this subject for several decades

      just for clarity these were all me.. with a correction

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I believe so. I have no tangible proof of that, just belief. I often find myself in a solidified recurring dream world. It is constant in its design and continuous in its events. I have a defined existence in this dreamscape, and actions taken in previous dreams have effect in current dreams. If its all just a creation of my brain I'll be very impressed with myself, but I doubt it is.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      if you develop your ability to retain the memory you can extend your depth of perception into these realms. it is possible to become oriented to the physical realm from the various non physical vantages that are within this realm of perceivable persistent form.

      experience can guide you beyond the point of not having tangible 'proof' but your proof is your own personal perception. there are two realms of examination that extend this beyond personal observation and deliver tangible material observable evidence that can accumulate to serve as a form of 'proof'

      for the most part 'proof' is a function of 'belief'
      neither are valid
      direct observation is the only foundation you can build your tentative concepts of reality upon. any instance in which you accept 'proof' delivered to you without your own direct perception is an opportunity for deception and illusion to take root.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Oh im very well acquainted with this dreamscape, not every dream is vivid and memorable, but every single one within this dreamscape is burned in like a valuable memory. I just have a difficult time "triggering" the dreamscspe.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          what i am saying is that you can become oriented to the context of what you are perceiving so directly accurate that you can observe how you get there and how you return from the 'location'.. literally becoming geospatially oriented to the context in relation the physical realm.

          i spent several years venturing away from my body and returning to it with clear lucid detail of the entire night spent out of body. there are several movies made deliberately including imagery that is typical in various platforms within these realms.. the indication is strong that there are modern world entities that have been researching the reality of this subject for several decades

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the two tangible realms of observation that can serve as 'proof' are observations of future events, especially those which will be happening in the following day or days, and observations of physical material locations that you have no prior knowledge of that can be visited upon returning to waking in the body to be physically examined and compared to the observations.

        so you can obtain data and record it prior to confirmation of what you have observed to create physical 'proof' that you have perception of something inexplicable under the precepts of known, establishment ordained and authorized, mainstream concept.

        at that point you can either break away from false guidance or submit to it mindlessly as so many others have

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I go to different places when I dream. Some times Heavenly, sometimes its sexual, sometimes hellish monsters come visit me. I recently started to control them now. how to exit. as I am writing this, I woke up from a nightmare 30 minutes ago. just a quick background of me, I'm a Christian, i pray a lot. my family is also Christian. The dream goes like this.

    Part 1
    >I'm running up a road up a hill, not sure what from but there is something bad coming my way below. multiple people are running after me, some with melee weapons, some with an assault weapons. at the top is a giant drop to nowhere, its either I drop down or I turn around and fight. (I got more courage in me in dreams than reality) So I turned around and fought the next closest person pursuing me and took some AK-12 from him. I begin blasting my way through these "shadow people" as I make my down this hill, it doesn't hurt them but slows them down. I finally recognize this street from my old neighborhood once I got to the bottom. I flee to a nearby small barber shop like building with a few people trying to escape a mob of shadow people like me, they let me in, they shut the door. once I got in and shut the glass door, they stopped pursuing me. I realize where I am and I am in a dream, so, I decided to wake myself up. I begin flying through some galaxy type background to wake up, in my bedroom.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Part 2
      This is where it gets wicked. >I woke up in another dream in my bedroom, it deceived me at first because I thought I actually woke up. room was dark. some of my family begin walking in the bedroom to check on me and turning the lights on. (I only live with my wife). even people I haven't seen in a long while. we begin to laugh it off and think this is awkward. they came to visit because I was having a bad dream. Then...this...bloody, naked, hellraiser looking guy walks in, I can recognize his appearance from an old acquaintance of mine. hes got needles all over his body, naked, and blood all over him. He sits down on a chair and begins telling me where he's been and wanted to see me. There was a baby (spawn out of nowhere) in the middle of the room sitting on the floor as im talking to this guy. the baby starts crying looking at this bloody naked hellraiser guy. the hellraiser guy begins to mock this baby and telling it to kill itself. I started to get frustrated with this wicked hellraiser guy was trying to tell him to back off and asked who are you again? the room turns from normal room to blood red, even the light in the room my family turned on is red. The hellraiser face turns into some bloody camel skull and grins. The dream ends.

      what the hell did I just witness? I don't know what it means, i have a feeling wicked spirits are trying to lower my moral these days. I try to live Christ like (for the most part, not perfect) in reality, afraid of confrontation at most, but in my dreams, I become rebellious and courageous fighting and standing up to people and monsters pursuing me just to make them stop. it felt good but also not my character in reality. I don't know, thought I share. Peace.

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, yes, and yes
    Sometimes you go to places that are only inside you
    Sometimes you don't

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Bryce The Godtist

    Yes.
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