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#10130 - 12/25/05 10:43 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Rob
I see you're a gambler like me, do you dream of horses then? You're not a Leo are you?

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#10131 - 12/26/05 01:52 AM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Philege the foolish, I expect Kate to delete your meaningless posts soon, but I WILL say that I do not "read to many comics or watch too many sci-fi DVDs/Movies"

Also, I only like gambling in casinos, mainly because of the atmosphere. Most gamblers are fools, unless they can card count.

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#10132 - 12/26/05 09:10 AM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Philege the foolish, I expect Kate to delete your meaningless posts soon, but I WILL say that I do not "read to many comics or watch too many sci-fi DVDs/Movies"

So Rob (The Wise). What did you think of my dream?

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#10133 - 12/26/05 09:12 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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TFF, that sounds like true confessions so I will play too.

When pre-teen I used to have a recurring dream wherein little Orphan Annie?s dad had that huge Indian, Pubjab, (was that the name?) and he would be chasing me waving a big scimitar as he chased me down a pier to wards the end from which there was nothing but ocean. I would turn to face him near the end and he would disappear. I had this dream many times and eventually I was aware that I could end it by simply turning around. The dream stopped coming and I, from that point on, usually was aware when dreaming, I do not have nightmares. I interpreted my dream as telling me to face my fears and they would go away. The worst dream I might have would be Lions are loose in the neighborhood or around my building and I must take precautions to be safe. In my old age my dreams are mostly boring- I can spend the night writing computer programs for my office, or setting up files, or preparing for trial, etc. They reach tedium and then I will wake up.
Some dreams can be a lot of fun and I may have one once in a while.
jjw

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#10134 - 12/26/05 10:40 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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"So Rob (The Wise). What did you think of my dream?"
I think you should observe the icon above a post that allows you to send private messages to people. Or better yet, observe the close button on your internet browser.

P.S. Don't call me Rob (the wise).

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#10135 - 12/27/05 04:05 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Turning and facing whatever is chasing me does work. I've used it on a bear before. I had to be lucid enough to use the tactic though.

The next time I dreamt of the bear it was playfully nudging me with it's humongous head. I woke up and realized it was only my cat. Now, I fill her food dish before I go to bed.
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It's the worst to be at work in your dreams, isn't it. Then you have to wake up and go back to work without rest. Not to mention all the stuff you end up doing twice. I haven't experience that in a long time, thanks to a less stressful career.
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#10136 - 12/27/05 06:38 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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P.S. Don't call me Rob (the wise).

Well don't call me philege the foolish!

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#10137 - 12/27/05 11:02 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Let's drop the name calling altogether. It is driving off new posters and I don't blame them. This may be a sandbox but please have respect for one another. I will start editing any name calling if it keeps up.

"Amaranth"

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#10138 - 01/08/06 04:46 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Well here's one for the books, this time I was the dinosaur and had to chase victims around a place that seemed to me a mix of every educational facility I've been to. To add extra strangeness I was mostly chasing twins.

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#10139 - 01/14/06 02:52 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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Well Dream is from s subconcious mind which when goes to sleep is put awake at your thoughts. Perhaps it just reflects the way you think inside yourselves deeper when you have a chance to express it (and usually you dont)
I feel sometimes dreams come to life only when your physical presence expresses what your subconcious minds have thought already and worked it out.

Reality is different completely from your dream and i request the persons to not to waste time on dreams instead be awake to unforeseen problems
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If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it ? - Einstein

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#10140 - 01/19/06 10:51 PM Re: Remembering Dreams
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"Well Dream is from s subconcious"

I've always wandered, why do we understand words in our dreams?

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