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      dream with a twist

      Have any of you ever had one of those weird dreams where you mix a sound or feeling from waking life into your dream?

      I remember a dream I had years ago very very clearly, I think its actually the furthest dream back that I can remember.

      I was on a train with a very good friend of mine(girl) and we were just talking and such. However, in real life this girl always has the habbit of singing almost 24/7. She knows thousands of songs and whenever I was with her she was always singing. Anyways, I fell asleep with my radio on listening to a rap station(this was back in the day when I liked that crap) Well in my dream I was sitting on a train with her, and out of know where she started singing, after about half way through a song I woke up and the song on the radio picked up exactly where she stoped singing.

      This has happened to me many other times when I fall asleep watching t.v. or listening to music, however that story is the clearest one I can rememeber.

      Has anyone else had this happen to you? I think its pretty neat how my mind can piece the two together and even make her lips move as if she was really singing the song.(the dream was very realistic)

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      When my alarm clock goes off but doesn't wake me up, I often dream about my alarm going off and being unable to turn it off.

      That's the only situation in which I can recall having real physical pain in a dream. It sounds very, very loud, much louder than it really is, so loud it hurts my ears. Usually I end up smashing the alarm clock in my dream, but of course that doesn't help.

      Once I realized what was going on and became lucid, but I didn't get the chance to enjoy it. It was so awful that all I wanted to do was wake up, but I couldn't - I did have a false awakening though.

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      my bf has dreams all the time where someone is telling to wake up and yelling at him and he screams back "I'M UP!" and the person keeps yelling for him to get up and then he wakes up. and dreams where the phone is ringing and he picks it up and it keeps ringing and then he wakes up. so...yeah..i don't remember it happening to me..but me and him both have dreamed that we got up and got all ready for work and then woke up, so we had to do it all over again which sucks..


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      When I was younger, while I was dreaming an alarm clock went off, and in my dream it was a bomb timer. That is the only one that I can remember.

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      once i was playing golf in a dream and i could hear the announcer. i was getting so pissed off becuase i couldnt get it in the hole and the announcer was like "ohh and he didnt make it.." i got so pissed so i woke up and i looked at my tv. golf was on.

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      Cool, all your experiences are exactly what im talking about, thanks for sharing

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      Some times in waking life, in the day, I'll have the radio on. I'll remember a cool song and start singing it to myself, then it's the next song qued. This happens at least every 2 or three days. Makes me think.

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      Often, during dreams, some parts of the brain can still be active.

      Although the brain is in the lowest brain wave state, the lobes in your brain (the parential lobe, I believe) is still active, in order to display the dreams to you. This lobe of the brain is also responsible for recieving information from your hearing sense, thus, in your dreams it may accidentally incorporate things from your reality to your dream.

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      A few nights ago I left the sterio on when I went to bed. I was dreaming that I was at a concert and then all of the sudden the world started to fade and I woke up with the same song playing on the sterio where it had left off at the concert.
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      I'm a mom of a 3 month old. So I get very little sleep, and it's always interrupted. Anyway, I very often dream of a baby crying or other loud noises, then realize that it's my baby crying and wake myself up.

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      that must get...annoying...er..frusterating rather..


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      lol when i was 9 my mom would tell me to get up and then i would get up. then she left the room and i would lay down again. then i would start seeing my self getting dressed and everything . i wwould think that im actully up but im actully just laying down. then she would startle me by yelly "GET UP WHY ARE U STILL ASLEEP!!!"

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      I've had the alarm clock thing happen to me, almost exactly as in that one calvin and hobbes comic strip. I heard the sound of an alarm, and kept looking through all kinds of different things, trying to figure out what was making that infernal noise, until I woke up and realized it was just my alarm clock.

      Also, the other day, I fell asleep watching TV on the couch, and starting having a dream where the TV noise was just in the background, playing no integral part to the dream, and it tipped me off to the fact that I was dreaming, and I had a strange, short, low level lucid dream.

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      One morning during this summer, I had fallen asleep on the chesterbed in my living room. It lain near an open window. The house, near a main street runs through and gets rather noisy during the morning when the large trucks carring wood to the mill drive by. Anyways, I had been dreaming that Russia had been threating the United States with a nuclear holocaust (like something out of Dr. Strange Love) and then I heard a loud noise from outside and I woke up and still very drowsy, decided that it was indeed a bomb and that if I was going to die anyways I might as well go back to sleep. It seems rather funny now, but I honestly thought I was dead and I was surprized to wake finding out that it had been a dream.

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      Often when my clock radio goes off i hear it in my dreams and once when my alarm didn't go off when i was suppose to get up for school i heard my dad in my dream shout out my name it woke me up to realise im half an hour late my dad wasn't ever in the house and didn't know that i was asleep but it still woke me up
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      Dear Liquid,

      I'm so glad that Rap has been losing is first enthusiastic converts.

      I loved your story... about your lovely friend who would be endlessly singing. Now, when they put together the Criteria for Heaven, you would think that singing 24/7 would be top in the list.

      And that reminds me of an insight that was once provided me. I was at a rehearsal Bhajan Session -- Sanskrit/Hindu Singing -- and one of the other guys was having a problem with one of the melodies, and he said "Singing is new to me. Its not like I'm singing every moment of the day, like Leo". And it occurred to me that I was mostly singing under my breath most of the time. I had no idea it had been noticable.

      Oh... and THAT reminds me of a dream I had years ago ... the Dream Scene had been perking along as per ordinary, when all of a sudden it was all in a buzz. It seems that walking into the City Square was this much acclaimed young Goddess. She was proclaimed to be the Highest of Oracles and Poetresses. She came close by enough that I heard her. The words were both incomprehensible and meaningful at the same time, that is, on the surface the words seemed a senseless jumble, but then after just a moment, images and ideas would come to mind. And the phrasing was in a sing-song with tempo... a primordial song.

      Again, but years later, and years before now, I met another songstress in my dreams. This one gave me the gift of True Discernment. I had been rewarded. You see, in the dream she was extremely fat and ugly. But she had a guitar and she played and sang very beautifully. Some guys came by and began to laugh and point and ridicule her, and in doing so it made it difficult to hear her singing and playing. So I roughly but quickly quieted the guys down, telling them to LISTEN.

      Then it seemed that I had passed some test and the Songstress stopped and approached me and looking square into my eyes said "The Faculty most worth cultivating is the Faculty of True Discernment". From then on I seemed to always have a bit more insight into things. Then the dream transitioned to a new scene in which I was a disembodied point of awareness. It was a moonlit arbor, and down in the paths was Diana the Goddess of the Hunt. Wow, she was beautiful, wearing translucent white that played in the moonlite. Along came this verile hunter who was instantly enamored of Diana, enough to begin to flirt up a storm, saying "I feel lucky this evening, as though I could get any game I shoot for. It is like they don't have a chance.". and Diana, remained silent but pulled the most crooked arrow from her quiver and strung it into her bow, and turning her head aside to make it obvious she was not aiming, let the arrow fly. It ended in a bush... one could see the feathers of the arrow to the outside of the branches and leaves. She walked up and pulled the arrow free of the bush, and there on the end of the arrow was an impaled gamebird. Then she said "Chance. Nothing happens by chance."

      Now, that one still has me thinking. It is not as though the Universe is determined and all destiny is fixed and immutable. I think it is more likely that "Nothing happens by Chance" is indicative of very precise responsibilities and accountabilities. There may be Divine Assistance at times, but then there is Demonic Interference. Spiritual intents can be frustrated by materialist and atheistic conspiracies. There is a great interplay of forces at work, but nothing is happening by Chance. But then there is the content of that dream -- the Sure Shot without Aiming. This would tell me that at Her level of Goddess Spirituality, intent alone is Aim enough. but, yes, I am still thinking about that one.

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      lol, grats on bringing up a 3 year old topic

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      happened to me, I had a dream where my grandma was singing dado.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ev View Post
      lol, grats on bringing up a 3 year old topic
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      Lol yeah they don't realize they are talking to 3 year old members.
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      Quote Originally Posted by megabenman View Post
      Lol yeah they don't realize they are talking to 3 year old members.
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      Lol i was talking to the week old members
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      HAH! i thouhgt i was the only one it happened to....

      the clearest one ive had was back in june sometime on a school morning and in my dream a bunch of my buddies were chillin wit me then all of a sudden they pull out guitars and drums and a bass and start playing paradise city by GNR anyways i was walking around with them and everybody was so amazed that they could play this and i thought to myself im better than these guys i actually play guitar they dont so i was kinda cheesed off that they had go all the attention. I woke up near the ending of the song and it was still playing and i lay in bed half asleep pondering upon my experience
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