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      Can FEAR be a dream sign???? Many of my dreams are about fear

      Many of my dreams since childhood times, express a fear i have. Maybe cause i'm a shy person.
      FOr example, i've had dreams where my coworkers get mad at me, have had dreams where i get possed by demons, had dreams of terrorist burning my city, and yesterday had dream of big dogs in my neighborhood( I don't like dogs/afraid of dogs in real life).

      IN fact i've had alot of dreams where i'm afraid/nightmares.

      So it seems that's a dreamsign..or is it not?
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      Any extreme emotion, especially fear, anger, or lust, is greatly intensified in dreams, and is often used as a dream sign.

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      whenever i have a nightmare i normally immediately become lucid and wake myself up. if i find myself in an eerie place in my dream i will also become lucid or have increased awareness. so yeah what the guy above said.
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      well you're lucky. Alll my nightmares are like passing movies, i am never really concious/aware that i'm dreaming.
      But at the end of this nightamre i had a couple of nights ago.. after escaping from a guy that wanted to posses me , i went into a supermarket..and saw fruit that didn't look right. and i said "Since this is a dream i'll turn these back to what theyre supposed to be" and i turned them back to fresh raspberrys. I think that was some kind of lucidity..wasn't it?

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      It's easily my most effective dream sign. It's what got me into lucid dreaming, in the first place (warding off nightmares, a a kid). I don't get lucid in every intense situation, but it's a large percentage.
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      Fear is, at least so I think, the biggest dream sign I have.
      I wish I would learn to use it effectively.
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      Yes, fear can be used as a dream sign. Also, I find pain can be a dream sign as well. Once before I went to bed I kept repeating in my head that if I was in extreme pain then it was a dream, and then that night I had a dream where I was being stabbed by a monster and became lucid.

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      wow , lucid while stabbed.. how did that feel? How did you fight it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by giogoMoget2 View Post
      wow , lucid while stabbed.. how did that feel? How did you fight it?
      Well my normal dreams are often not that vivid so when I was first stabbed it hurt, but probably not as much as it would if it were reality. Although, once I did become lucid the dream became more vivd, X__X so then it hurt a lot more, but only for a few seconds because I just healed myself and killed the monster.

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