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[center][size=4][b]Garden Party Combat[/b][/size][/center] [center][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/flDElsB.png[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/kFfQCmO.png[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/gciH2Oc.png[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/6cdGiFl.gif[/img][/url][/center] [b]Trigger Warnings:[/b] Gorey monster, blood and the like [b]Discuss this dream?:[/b] Sure [b]Have this dream interpreted?:[/b] Nah Dream began in a wooded clearing in a campground, set up for a party: patio furniture, fairy lights in the trees, a few people mingling. No food or music as far as I could tell. I either wasn't interested in participating or wasn't invited, I'm not sure. I made a beeline for a path through the trees that led to a second, smaller clearing, which I found deserted. It was much wilder than the first one, with tangled and close-growing trees that formed walls and a ceiling, and thick grass growing between slabs of stone. The stone was all tiles; it looked like an ancient, overgrown plaza. After waiting around a bit, a sort of red goo oozed up or phased in, taking the shape of a monster. It was a bit like a beholder but bloated and flightless. It crawled along the ground, and rather than one big eye, it had additional smaller tendril eyes, plus several that seemed to be spouts or mouths. It was aggressive but not hateful; I got the feeling of "this is the natural order of things". We fought for a bit, me using some kind of glowing projectile, it spurting red liquid (blood?). It didn't die so much as dissolve, and left behind what I [i]think[/i] were glowing runes, which I was very excited to get (apparently they could teach me something?). I collected them and repeated, sometimes passing through the party clearing, sometimes pursuing it deeper into the woods. Vague memories of other creatures as well, possibly a blue, gangly one like a gaunt and upright bull. I don't think the people in the clearing could see me, or maybe I was working as some kind of security guard so they just ignored me. [b]Notes:[/b] It's pretty unusual for me to dream of forests, but I've done it two nights in a row now. I think it might have something to do with this thread (not that I'm complaining!)--normally it's water, not trees, and I've been wondering if I'd get to use the little nature sigil dude at all.
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Trigger Warnings: Gorey monster, blood and the like
Discuss this dream?: Sure
Have this dream interpreted?: Nah

Dream began in a wooded clearing in a campground, set up for a party: patio furniture, fairy lights in the trees, a few people mingling. No food or music as far as I could tell. I either wasn't interested in participating or wasn't invited, I'm not sure. I made a beeline for a path through the trees that led to a second, smaller clearing, which I found deserted.

It was much wilder than the first one, with tangled and close-growing trees that formed walls and a ceiling, and thick grass growing between slabs of stone. The stone was all tiles; it looked like an ancient, overgrown plaza. After waiting around a bit, a sort of red goo oozed up or phased in, taking the shape of a monster.

It was a bit like a beholder but bloated and flightless. It crawled along the ground, and rather than one big eye, it had additional smaller tendril eyes, plus several that seemed to be spouts or mouths. It was aggressive but not hateful; I got the feeling of "this is the natural order of things". We fought for a bit, me using some kind of glowing projectile, it spurting red liquid (blood?).

It didn't die so much as dissolve, and left behind what I think were glowing runes, which I was very excited to get (apparently they could teach me something?). I collected them and repeated, sometimes passing through the party clearing, sometimes pursuing it deeper into the woods. Vague memories of other creatures as well, possibly a blue, gangly one like a gaunt and upright bull. I don't think the people in the clearing could see me, or maybe I was working as some kind of security guard so they just ignored me.

Notes: It's pretty unusual for me to dream of forests, but I've done it two nights in a row now. I think it might have something to do with this thread (not that I'm complaining!)--normally it's water, not trees, and I've been wondering if I'd get to use the little nature sigil dude at all.
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Hello, dreamers!

How long I've been at this: three years, but I stopped for about two years in the middle and am starting from square one

My goal(s): be able to remember my dreams, get into a solid habit of recording them, and hopefully see their subject matter change.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: forests, survival-of-the-fittest, cannibalism, werewolves, monsters, adrenaline, flight, intense chases/battles, third person or first person with lots of identity change

A little bit about me: An inquisitive kiddo who just started college and enjoys the rigorous routine but misses my family, friends, and home church. I'm a Christian who collects people's life stories, and dreams are mini-stories so I'm fascinated with them. You'll see a lot of twisted things recurring in my subconscious if you read my dreams, but through time posting here, I hope to see the changes occurring in my real life reflected through the subconscious. I grew up in the mountains and their foothills, becoming a fairly wild child-- although around people, I instantly transform into an awkward doorknob.

Gonna also do my write-up, then I can finally go back and read your guys' dreams //wheezes
Hello, dreamers!

How long I've been at this: three years, but I stopped for about two years in the middle and am starting from square one

My goal(s): be able to remember my dreams, get into a solid habit of recording them, and hopefully see their subject matter change.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: forests, survival-of-the-fittest, cannibalism, werewolves, monsters, adrenaline, flight, intense chases/battles, third person or first person with lots of identity change

A little bit about me: An inquisitive kiddo who just started college and enjoys the rigorous routine but misses my family, friends, and home church. I'm a Christian who collects people's life stories, and dreams are mini-stories so I'm fascinated with them. You'll see a lot of twisted things recurring in my subconscious if you read my dreams, but through time posting here, I hope to see the changes occurring in my real life reflected through the subconscious. I grew up in the mountains and their foothills, becoming a fairly wild child-- although around people, I instantly transform into an awkward doorknob.

Gonna also do my write-up, then I can finally go back and read your guys' dreams //wheezes
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[center][size=4][b]Trash Takes Out the People[/b][/size][/center] [center][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/4s6Iakb.png[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/FU8J6iH.gif[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/gciH2Oc.png[/img][/url][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2593123][img]https://i.imgur.com/MDZ3rVU.png[/img][/url][/center] [b]Trigger Warnings:[/b] cannibalism, (sensuality?) [b]Discuss this dream?:[/b] Sure [b]Have this dream interpreted?:[/b] plz no Earlier this morning I rolled over, checked my FR, and saw the first pings for this thread. I kinda squinted in frustration at the ceiling because I couldn't remember much of my dream though I know there certainly had been one and fell back asleep while trying to catch any escaping details. There were giant jumping spiders, oceans (and vikings? pirates?), some variation of cannibalism (per usual), and some familiar faces from real life. As for the second dream. My memory doesn't start where the dream does. I was in a shop, or perhaps I was some sort of prisoner, but I was haggling/arguing about something with a taller man. He had done something horrible, but I used that as justification for my next actions. When nobody else was around, I slammed him into a wall, snaking my mouth over his arm and chomping down over the shoulder joint, effectively severing and swallowing the arm. He didn't seem to be in pain, just extremely angry. He heated his hand up like it was an oven burner and scorched the wound to prevent bleeding out. More customers came in, and he put a smile back on his face to deal with them-- I escaped while his attention was diverted with a contentedly full stomach. Skip to later, when the dream details became less fuzzy. The day was coming to a close and I was hungry again. A couple people had offered to give me a romantic night. I simply saw the opportunity to make them into a good dinner. I slowly climbed some stone steps on the edge of a cement building. The sun was setting, and I enjoyed its rays of warmth as I dragged my hand along the rail. The girls' house was at the top of the building. At this point I realized this was very much a dream, that every step up this staircase was my choice, yet I still took them. The scenery, I later thought, resembled the dormitory over at college, although there are no external staircases. Once I got to the top floor, I rounded a couple of corners and eased open a sketchy iron door. Two female friends were sitting on the floor laughing and telling jokes, so I sat and joined in. We told stories and enjoyed the company late into the night. (I find it funny that what implied sex earlier ended up being simply good company, yet I am quite happy with that result.) When we eventually decided it was time to sleep, I found myself contemplating where I should sleep as to most effectively eat each person in the room without alerting others to what was going on. But just about then a custodian popped out of the toilet, grabbed the trash, and disappeared. He had seen me propped over a sleeping person, body partly-transformed into a monster, jaws open and about to bite down. I took his disappearance as a sign he was going to alarm others. So I quickly nudged a friend into wakefulness. She didn't seem surprised by my appearance either. We took a hidden passage down under the building that came up in the dumpster. There, we waited. Eventually the custodian opened the lid and we surged upwards, dragging his body in. There were others in the area who, in attempting to come to his aid, made the same mistake. It's safe to say none of them survived..? omnom. But I woke up right about then. [b]Notes:[/b] I just wanna stop eating people in my sleep aughhh.
Trash Takes Out the People
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Trigger Warnings: cannibalism, (sensuality?)

Discuss this dream?: Sure

Have this dream interpreted?: plz no

Earlier this morning I rolled over, checked my FR, and saw the first pings for this thread. I kinda squinted in frustration at the ceiling because I couldn't remember much of my dream though I know there certainly had been one and fell back asleep while trying to catch any escaping details. There were giant jumping spiders, oceans (and vikings? pirates?), some variation of cannibalism (per usual), and some familiar faces from real life.

As for the second dream.

My memory doesn't start where the dream does. I was in a shop, or perhaps I was some sort of prisoner, but I was haggling/arguing about something with a taller man. He had done something horrible, but I used that as justification for my next actions. When nobody else was around, I slammed him into a wall, snaking my mouth over his arm and chomping down over the shoulder joint, effectively severing and swallowing the arm. He didn't seem to be in pain, just extremely angry. He heated his hand up like it was an oven burner and scorched the wound to prevent bleeding out. More customers came in, and he put a smile back on his face to deal with them-- I escaped while his attention was diverted with a contentedly full stomach.

Skip to later, when the dream details became less fuzzy. The day was coming to a close and I was hungry again. A couple people had offered to give me a romantic night. I simply saw the opportunity to make them into a good dinner. I slowly climbed some stone steps on the edge of a cement building. The sun was setting, and I enjoyed its rays of warmth as I dragged my hand along the rail. The girls' house was at the top of the building.

At this point I realized this was very much a dream, that every step up this staircase was my choice, yet I still took them. The scenery, I later thought, resembled the dormitory over at college, although there are no external staircases. Once I got to the top floor, I rounded a couple of corners and eased open a sketchy iron door. Two female friends were sitting on the floor laughing and telling jokes, so I sat and joined in. We told stories and enjoyed the company late into the night. (I find it funny that what implied sex earlier ended up being simply good company, yet I am quite happy with that result.)

When we eventually decided it was time to sleep, I found myself contemplating where I should sleep as to most effectively eat each person in the room without alerting others to what was going on. But just about then a custodian popped out of the toilet, grabbed the trash, and disappeared. He had seen me propped over a sleeping person, body partly-transformed into a monster, jaws open and about to bite down. I took his disappearance as a sign he was going to alarm others.

So I quickly nudged a friend into wakefulness. She didn't seem surprised by my appearance either. We took a hidden passage down under the building that came up in the dumpster. There, we waited. Eventually the custodian opened the lid and we surged upwards, dragging his body in. There were others in the area who, in attempting to come to his aid, made the same mistake. It's safe to say none of them survived..? omnom. But I woke up right about then.

Notes: I just wanna stop eating people in my sleep aughhh.
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Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I'm starting just now; I've always had lucid dreams but I've never written them down.
My goal(s): to be able to lucid dream regularly and remember enough to write a decent amount of what happened in it
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Bad weather (like hurricane levels of rain, wind, and flooding), locations I've been to, locations with warped structures (most notably my highschool), a lack of gravity (like as if I was walking on the moon)
A little bit about me: I'm currently a junior in high school. I enjoy drawing, playing video games, and watching YouTube. I'm kinda bad at starting conversations with people, but I'm trying to get better at that. I love dragons and snakes, and would love to have a pet snake but I've never been allowed to own one. I tend to get lucid dreams fairly often, but only remember like 2/3s of them and tend to forget details. I'm interested to see if writing my dreams down will cause them to change in any way.
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I'm starting just now; I've always had lucid dreams but I've never written them down.
My goal(s): to be able to lucid dream regularly and remember enough to write a decent amount of what happened in it
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Bad weather (like hurricane levels of rain, wind, and flooding), locations I've been to, locations with warped structures (most notably my highschool), a lack of gravity (like as if I was walking on the moon)
A little bit about me: I'm currently a junior in high school. I enjoy drawing, playing video games, and watching YouTube. I'm kinda bad at starting conversations with people, but I'm trying to get better at that. I love dragons and snakes, and would love to have a pet snake but I've never been allowed to own one. I tend to get lucid dreams fairly often, but only remember like 2/3s of them and tend to forget details. I'm interested to see if writing my dreams down will cause them to change in any way.
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Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this:
I've never been serious about it but I've been able to lucid dream (very) rarely since I was seven. I had a dream about Ursula from the little mermaid. It was terrifying.

My goal(s):
To be able to lucid dream more often. I'm not necessarily concerned with controlling my dreams because honestly every lucid dream I've had (excluding the little mermaid one and two nightmares) has been hilarious to just watch play out, but being able to control nightmares would be good.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams:
Honestly there's no consistency, they just happen.

A little bit about me:
I'm a 21 year old uni student (studying online). I'm honestly kind of boring. I listen to a wide range of music, watch youtube (though I've been flaking on my favourite channels the last few months) and read way too much Detroit become human fanfiction.

I find it super easy to become lucid on long car journeys, but I don't usually dream on those occasions, I just listen to the conversation around me without realising that apparently I'm asleep (Good way to freak out family members when you can repeat parts of the conversation back to them though)

My favourite lucid dream to date involved me (for some reason) hanging out with Thomas Sanders in a supermarket, seeing a cake that reminded me one Deceit (One of his characters), laughing and telling him it reminded me of a character before having to lie about which character it was, because I said he wouldn't know which character I was talking about, right before I remembered who I was talking to.

He laughed at me. I can't hold it against him though.
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this:
I've never been serious about it but I've been able to lucid dream (very) rarely since I was seven. I had a dream about Ursula from the little mermaid. It was terrifying.

My goal(s):
To be able to lucid dream more often. I'm not necessarily concerned with controlling my dreams because honestly every lucid dream I've had (excluding the little mermaid one and two nightmares) has been hilarious to just watch play out, but being able to control nightmares would be good.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams:
Honestly there's no consistency, they just happen.

A little bit about me:
I'm a 21 year old uni student (studying online). I'm honestly kind of boring. I listen to a wide range of music, watch youtube (though I've been flaking on my favourite channels the last few months) and read way too much Detroit become human fanfiction.

I find it super easy to become lucid on long car journeys, but I don't usually dream on those occasions, I just listen to the conversation around me without realising that apparently I'm asleep (Good way to freak out family members when you can repeat parts of the conversation back to them though)

My favourite lucid dream to date involved me (for some reason) hanging out with Thomas Sanders in a supermarket, seeing a cake that reminded me one Deceit (One of his characters), laughing and telling him it reminded me of a character before having to lie about which character it was, because I said he wouldn't know which character I was talking about, right before I remembered who I was talking to.

He laughed at me. I can't hold it against him though.
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Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I've been writing down dream recall for a couple of years, on and off unfortuntely.
My goal(s): I WANT TO REMEMBER THE SONGS I HEAR IN DREAMS AND WRITE THEM DOWN, THEY'RE SO PRETTY. I use dreams for spiritual practices and trauma therapy, and want to keep exploring that. I've yet to have a lucid dream, and that is my ultimate goal.
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Libraries, Harry Potter, cakes that eat people, wild boar, water. A few faces that appear in my dreams are recurrent, too, as if I have a 'dream library' of dream characters that my dream pull from or something. I've yet to have a lengthy conversation that I can remember with any of them. When I'm in a period of deeper dream recall, there's also quite a bit of music.

A little bit about me: Well hello hello and hello thrice, I'm KitchenofDeath, a 25 year old mood with Norse pagan tendencies. I've been interested in lucid dreaming for a number of years, especially since I was initiated into dream yoga a few years back. Shamefully, I've been very lacking in my discipline, and though I've had periods of incredibly detailed dream recall, I've lost that now.


Locations, General: A lot of towns and cities. Most of my dreams seem to take place in urban-ish areas, though the sea is also a recurring theme.
Locations, Specific: My home city is a common one. Also the local shopping mall.
Characters, General: The most commonly recurring characters are from Harry Potter, and from Pokémon. I was a hardcore nerd as a child and it's apparently etched into my dreamy neurons to this very day. Occasionally, I will dream about Norse gods.
Characters, Specific: Nothing in particular here.
Objects, General: Also nothing I can think of.
Objects, Specific: Ditto.
Time Periods: Mostly modern, or shortly before modern.
Events:
Concepts/Themes: A LOT of my dreams take place within video game settings, and characters will use stuff like turn-based actions or there will be information pop up screens. They're usually not a specific video game (though Pokémon and Skyrim both make appearances) but are more true to the form I guess?
Self: I tend to dream in first person, or just 'not exist'. There's a fair amount of floating, and sometimes I just run on all fours without necessarily being an animal.
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I've been writing down dream recall for a couple of years, on and off unfortuntely.
My goal(s): I WANT TO REMEMBER THE SONGS I HEAR IN DREAMS AND WRITE THEM DOWN, THEY'RE SO PRETTY. I use dreams for spiritual practices and trauma therapy, and want to keep exploring that. I've yet to have a lucid dream, and that is my ultimate goal.
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Libraries, Harry Potter, cakes that eat people, wild boar, water. A few faces that appear in my dreams are recurrent, too, as if I have a 'dream library' of dream characters that my dream pull from or something. I've yet to have a lengthy conversation that I can remember with any of them. When I'm in a period of deeper dream recall, there's also quite a bit of music.

A little bit about me: Well hello hello and hello thrice, I'm KitchenofDeath, a 25 year old mood with Norse pagan tendencies. I've been interested in lucid dreaming for a number of years, especially since I was initiated into dream yoga a few years back. Shamefully, I've been very lacking in my discipline, and though I've had periods of incredibly detailed dream recall, I've lost that now.


Locations, General: A lot of towns and cities. Most of my dreams seem to take place in urban-ish areas, though the sea is also a recurring theme.
Locations, Specific: My home city is a common one. Also the local shopping mall.
Characters, General: The most commonly recurring characters are from Harry Potter, and from Pokémon. I was a hardcore nerd as a child and it's apparently etched into my dreamy neurons to this very day. Occasionally, I will dream about Norse gods.
Characters, Specific: Nothing in particular here.
Objects, General: Also nothing I can think of.
Objects, Specific: Ditto.
Time Periods: Mostly modern, or shortly before modern.
Events:
Concepts/Themes: A LOT of my dreams take place within video game settings, and characters will use stuff like turn-based actions or there will be information pop up screens. They're usually not a specific video game (though Pokémon and Skyrim both make appearances) but are more true to the form I guess?
Self: I tend to dream in first person, or just 'not exist'. There's a fair amount of floating, and sometimes I just run on all fours without necessarily being an animal.
Above all, whatever you do, do it with truth to yourself. If you cannot be truthful with others, at least be truthful to yourself. And if you cannot be truthful to yourself, at least know that you are lying.
Ron Weasly did something.
Trigger Warnings: N/A
Discuss this dream?: Ain't much to discuss
Have this dream interpreted?: Nah.

I usually have my most vivid dreams just before I wake up, and I woke up too early so my dreams were very vague. i remember that Ron Weasley from Harry Potter was there and did something with a book. That's just about it.

Notes:
Ron Weasly did something.
Trigger Warnings: N/A
Discuss this dream?: Ain't much to discuss
Have this dream interpreted?: Nah.

I usually have my most vivid dreams just before I wake up, and I woke up too early so my dreams were very vague. i remember that Ron Weasley from Harry Potter was there and did something with a book. That's just about it.

Notes:
Above all, whatever you do, do it with truth to yourself. If you cannot be truthful with others, at least be truthful to yourself. And if you cannot be truthful to yourself, at least know that you are lying.
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I got into the idea of dream recall and lucid dreaming around a year ago but started consistently writing my dreams down in April or May 2018.

My goal(s): Regain dream recall. Stopped in August because of my schedule, so I only remember fragments at the moment. I'd love to have a lucid dream at least three times a week (It's starting to happen weekly, maybe because of this new technique I've been using??).

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Water appears every night, I feel. Mostly waterfalls, rivers, and lakes, sometimes oceans. Birds, such as swans, owls, crows, and phoenixes. Don't forget flowers! Forests and mountains are also common, as well as extinct and imaginary creatures, such as oddly colored miniature dinosaurs. Music, maps, and letters and notes too. If I'm not walking, I'm usually driving somewhere. Clothing items are appearing a lot in general, but nothing extremely focusing on that subject (fashion). Recently, I've been dreaming of walking around big cities, usually NYC.

A little bit lot about me: My dreams are usually realistic and don't cover anything controversial or anything gory or violent (like the true 7-year old I am inside), which makes it hard for me to tell if I'm dreaming. While I hear about and see negative things happening in reality, those topics don't make it into my dreams. I'm able to taste and smell, feel pain, read signs and letters, and have sensible/regular conversations with my dream people. On the contrary, I also have wacky dreams, but not as often (I do enjoy them a lot, though!).

I love reading, video games, dogs and cats, music, drawing, and photography. I live under a rock, so if you ever have suggestions, let me know! Photography is one of my newer interests; I'm a total amateur. I probably have social anxiety, but enjoy talking to people at the same time (I'm a weirdo). One of my goals is to become more extroverted, or at least be 85% more confident. Make that 100%. If you couldn't tell, I ramble a lot, haha.

My favorite dreams are those that have songs and lyrics that only exist in my head, and those with a somewhat frequent person who goes on nature walks and talks with me.

I used only hand reality checks (pulling fingers and pushing fingers into palm) until I recently came across another technique. I now use my palms and a mantra that reminds myself that I will remember that I'm dreaming. It's by far more effective than my previous ones!
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: I got into the idea of dream recall and lucid dreaming around a year ago but started consistently writing my dreams down in April or May 2018.

My goal(s): Regain dream recall. Stopped in August because of my schedule, so I only remember fragments at the moment. I'd love to have a lucid dream at least three times a week (It's starting to happen weekly, maybe because of this new technique I've been using??).

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Water appears every night, I feel. Mostly waterfalls, rivers, and lakes, sometimes oceans. Birds, such as swans, owls, crows, and phoenixes. Don't forget flowers! Forests and mountains are also common, as well as extinct and imaginary creatures, such as oddly colored miniature dinosaurs. Music, maps, and letters and notes too. If I'm not walking, I'm usually driving somewhere. Clothing items are appearing a lot in general, but nothing extremely focusing on that subject (fashion). Recently, I've been dreaming of walking around big cities, usually NYC.

A little bit lot about me: My dreams are usually realistic and don't cover anything controversial or anything gory or violent (like the true 7-year old I am inside), which makes it hard for me to tell if I'm dreaming. While I hear about and see negative things happening in reality, those topics don't make it into my dreams. I'm able to taste and smell, feel pain, read signs and letters, and have sensible/regular conversations with my dream people. On the contrary, I also have wacky dreams, but not as often (I do enjoy them a lot, though!).

I love reading, video games, dogs and cats, music, drawing, and photography. I live under a rock, so if you ever have suggestions, let me know! Photography is one of my newer interests; I'm a total amateur. I probably have social anxiety, but enjoy talking to people at the same time (I'm a weirdo). One of my goals is to become more extroverted, or at least be 85% more confident. Make that 100%. If you couldn't tell, I ramble a lot, haha.

My favorite dreams are those that have songs and lyrics that only exist in my head, and those with a somewhat frequent person who goes on nature walks and talks with me.

I used only hand reality checks (pulling fingers and pushing fingers into palm) until I recently came across another technique. I now use my palms and a mantra that reminds myself that I will remember that I'm dreaming. It's by far more effective than my previous ones!
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Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this:I can't pinpoint an exact point, but I've always been decent at recalling my dreams. I can still remember little scenes and tidbits from when I was as young as three! I've been trying to keep a journal for about four years now, though.
My goal(s):I'm not too interested in fully taking control of my dreams, as I like to let things go where they will, but I definitely want to increase how much of them I remember. Right now it's very on and off, with weeks where I remember a lot and weeks I remember very little. There's some interesting stories and situations in there!
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Cats, foxes and snakes. Undead of various sorts(including their necromancers!). Darkness and the void. I transform into various creatures (most usually a dragon). Large, maze-like buildings. Secret scientific organizations! A group of friends loosely based off of RL friends - we all seem to have some sort of powers.
A little bit about me: I absolutely love the little world of my dreams and the wacky adventures I have within, which is mostly what drove me here. I'd love a place to write down a few, and hopefully help keep me in the habit, which is what drove me here.
I love stories, so pretty much any medium through which I can learn them or take part in them is my happy place. Music, books, shows and movies, video games, roleplaying... I also enjoy writing and doodling ideas from stories of my own! Don't be surprised if I occasionally post pictures to accompany dreams of mine ^.^
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this:I can't pinpoint an exact point, but I've always been decent at recalling my dreams. I can still remember little scenes and tidbits from when I was as young as three! I've been trying to keep a journal for about four years now, though.
My goal(s):I'm not too interested in fully taking control of my dreams, as I like to let things go where they will, but I definitely want to increase how much of them I remember. Right now it's very on and off, with weeks where I remember a lot and weeks I remember very little. There's some interesting stories and situations in there!
Things that show up a lot in my dreams: Cats, foxes and snakes. Undead of various sorts(including their necromancers!). Darkness and the void. I transform into various creatures (most usually a dragon). Large, maze-like buildings. Secret scientific organizations! A group of friends loosely based off of RL friends - we all seem to have some sort of powers.
A little bit about me: I absolutely love the little world of my dreams and the wacky adventures I have within, which is mostly what drove me here. I'd love a place to write down a few, and hopefully help keep me in the habit, which is what drove me here.
I love stories, so pretty much any medium through which I can learn them or take part in them is my happy place. Music, books, shows and movies, video games, roleplaying... I also enjoy writing and doodling ideas from stories of my own! Don't be surprised if I occasionally post pictures to accompany dreams of mine ^.^
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Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: About 4 years. I got started with lucid dreaming to counteract a nightmare problem. As soon as I figured out how to consistently gain lucidity in nightmares, I slacked off entirely...whoops

My goal(s): Expand my lucid dreaming skills to allow control during non-nightmares, and increase my recall of senses besides sight and sound.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: The ocean is a big one, both surface and underwater. Underground complexes, vast plains or deserts, crevices and crevasses are also common. Most every indoors dream has specific rules and goals, things like defusing a hostage situation or helping someone escape a city. Lots of fantasy elements--magic, monsters, portals--plopped into modern settings.

A little bit about me: STEM by day, not-that by night. I'm kind of a boring person living an absurd life (speaking of, seriously, please send out the ping if I don't, I'm not always in a place with wifi ;_;) You'll see me around coding things/organizing/whatever. I'm in my early 20's, I like cats, I can't bake worth a damn but I make a mean pot of soup.
Hello, dreamers!
How long I've been at this: About 4 years. I got started with lucid dreaming to counteract a nightmare problem. As soon as I figured out how to consistently gain lucidity in nightmares, I slacked off entirely...whoops

My goal(s): Expand my lucid dreaming skills to allow control during non-nightmares, and increase my recall of senses besides sight and sound.

Things that show up a lot in my dreams: The ocean is a big one, both surface and underwater. Underground complexes, vast plains or deserts, crevices and crevasses are also common. Most every indoors dream has specific rules and goals, things like defusing a hostage situation or helping someone escape a city. Lots of fantasy elements--magic, monsters, portals--plopped into modern settings.

A little bit about me: STEM by day, not-that by night. I'm kind of a boring person living an absurd life (speaking of, seriously, please send out the ping if I don't, I'm not always in a place with wifi ;_;) You'll see me around coding things/organizing/whatever. I'm in my early 20's, I like cats, I can't bake worth a damn but I make a mean pot of soup.
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