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Who is your main character and what is your most common body movement? Mine is MAKAVELI and I pace.

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 mine too ,the basic elements of my Md characters remain the same but details change  and evolve from time to time. Usually what attracts me in present time, i will include in my CHARACTERS ...i always try to make my Md up -to -date . So many thought will go into the creation of this deceiving world .Often times i wonder, if only so much thought and hard work went into my real life ,what  i could have achieved??

Docho I completely agree. The amount of time I've put into building my daydreams. If I had put that energy into my real life I would have achieved more. It's scary looking back at time wasted.

So...is it normal for a person to only ever have one thing they dream about? Does this go your whole life?  I have a million different things I dream about.  I have no main character; I have tons and TONS of different characters, most of which having nothing to do with each other. 

I sometimes pace as well but I think it's my anxiety taking over when I can't shut off the MD.

I'm slightly different to you guys. I have one main character. But I also have all of my main characters family, friends and work colleagues. Basically anyone she has ever come into contact with. My physical symptoms are clenching my hands

My main character as in myself is called Sam (not my real name, although it was a real nickname of mine at one point). My main fantasy character is called Will and I've had him around for about 4 years I think, although he evolves a lot to fit my current interests. I tend to dance around and jump up and down and act out things and make facial expressions, so, the whole shabang. Which is a total PAIN because I have to find ways to be discreet about it when I'm not on my own. I wish I were one of those people who just have to bounce something or whatever because it just makes me look super weird tbh

A lot of people have multiple universes and "storylines", so to speak ! I mostly have two or three main characters which evolve as I go along and which I use in most of the different situations in my daydreams, but it's not more or less "normal". For me, to be honest, it just adds a layer of heartache because I've become waaaayyyy too attached to my main character, to a point where it's frankly unhealthy. So I guess this could work to your advantage lol 

Damask said:

So...is it normal for a person to only ever have one thing they dream about? Does this go your whole life?  I have a million different things I dream about.  I have no main character; I have tons and TONS of different characters, most of which having nothing to do with each other. 

I sometimes pace as well but I think it's my anxiety taking over when I can't shut off the MD.

I have a world with a main house that multiple characters roommate with each other, but there's one specific character that I use. (Her name is Casahandra or casa for short) She also has the nickname Hoodie from a few years back when some guy called her that as an insult but it stuck. For me it IS one big world but it has multiple universes the same way DC or Marvel would, (like, what if hoodie did this with this person or lived here or looked like this?) But there's always a main specific one.

For me I just usually lay in bed and listen to music or just sit in silence when I daydream and it usually keeps me up because I'll plan to go to bed at 10 but listen to music and do this until like 3am

I have a ton of characters that I like to change my point of view from but my main is a boy named Vance. I also mostly have facial features and I'll occasionally be bouncing a ball or something

I don't have a main character, per se, although a lot of my "avatars" are variations on my middle name Alexander. Pacing, facial expressions, and a lot of hand movements are usually my movements.  Actually, both of the homes I grew up in have paths of dirt from where I paced back and forth.

My main character is myself, but the daydreams are mostly romantic. The man in the daydream comes from a book or a movie. I watch a movie,  get a crush on one of the characters and off i go! The same scenario ( although it can evolve) can last for years, until i find another crush.

I usually indulge in the Dream when i go to bed, listening to music. Sometimes the Dream is too interesting and i go to sleep too late because of it. But it can also be helpful if i really want it to be. For example imagining the dream to be really relaxing ( like falling asleep in the dream) and this helps me fall asleep in real life.

I also do it when i exercice ( walking) and listening to music. Music and being alone is a big trigger. I dont know if Trigger is the right word. It just feel like some moments are just perfect opportunities to indulge in this secret, delicious reverie.

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