Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
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Posted on November 22, 2012 at 4:57am 7 Comments 0 Likes
This is something I've noticed. I have far more unusual and vivid sleeping dreams than most people do. I'm wondering if other MD'ers do as well ? Perhaps because of the MD, we are stretching our brain ...muscles...LOL and it gives our subconscious a stronger pallette.
I also find myself looking very eagerly toward bedtime. My night dreams break the patterns of my daydreams and I never know what to expect but am always sure it will be entertaining !
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All set to reply to your comments on vivid dreams when I saw that I had sent you my "old as dirt" form letter. You look waaay to young for that in your picture. So I apologize if you fell into my "old farts" search results by mistake. If you are so=imply remarkably well preserved then congratulations!
My dreams, just like my DD's, are full immersion technicolor and more real than real. My dreams have also always been lucid ones as well. Given your referencing dreams and using terms like gateway and quantum signatures you might find some of my links of interest.
Just did a search based on age because of all the new members and am sending a "hello!" off to people in the old as dirt (like me!) crowd.
Welcome! Thanks for joining!