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Da-Ko

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#31 14 years ago
X-CI am just wondering for those of you who believe in God if you think God has sent you his visions in the form of dreams? The reason I ask is because a month I had this weird dream about the very near future, like in the next three years here about something happening that is out of our control, but the dreamed seemed so real. And that is probably all it was, a dream. It might have been a warning, but it takes a lot of faith to believe something like that. But the thing is I can remember each detail of this dream down to my location, who all was there, and everything. It was a very strange dream, and the outcome was very scary and real. I have never really believed in "visions" or anything like that but I keep thinking about this dream and how real it seemed.

I personaly have not ever had a "vision" that has come true, but in the Bible God has spoke in dreams.




[EM] helios

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#32 14 years ago

i've never had any visions that have come true yet.....but i've had many occurances of de ja vous




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#33 14 years ago

When you have a dream, your body acts like its real. So if someone trys to stab you you'll jump of try and move. Or if your scared in your dream, you'll probably be sweating when you wake up.




-Logic-Is-A-Virtue-

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#34 14 years ago

I have had lots of precognative dreams. But like others I don't actually remeber the dream until the event happens. The first time I got a really creeped out feeling but know I know what has happened. Everybody has the capacity for this. It can be practiced and you can get better at it.:lookaround: (BTW this has been incorporated into my "religion" as well):deal: Edit: Now that I have read the first page. There is such a thing as lucid dreaming when you are awake in your dream. Your subconsious tricks your consious mind into thinking the dream world is the real one. Everything in the dream will be ENTIRELY real feeling (stange impossible things may happen though). Some people try to get into these types of dreams so they can act out there fantasies.:naughty:




colonel_bob

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#35 14 years ago
-Logic-Is-A-Virtue-Some people try to get into these types of dreams so they can act out there fantasies.:naughty:

Heh... Exactly. :nodding: :naughty:




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#36 14 years ago

But dreams are still dreams, they aren't real, I don't useally have a dream, so it doesn't matter.




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#37 14 years ago

Dreams aren't real but they can simulate realism perfectly in lucid dreaming. Everybody dreams everytime you reach tREM it is just taht some people don't remember their dreams. Dreams are caused (best guess by scientist so far) that your subconsious is going over everything that happened sense the last time you slept. It is taking the information out of short term memory, deciding what is important, then transfering it to long term memory. The dream is caused when the information passes through a small part of your consious brain. That is why you only require 8 hours of sleep (actually that is only about 45 mins of REM) no matter how long you have stayed up (mentally anyway). It is also why you start to go nuts and hallucinate when you have extreme lack of sleep. Your short memory is getting full so it overrights some of its previous recordings and you get a "double exposer" type of effect. Remeber your short term memory records EVERYTHING. Every sight, sound, taste, smell, thought, emotion, feeling, and touch of the day. :lookaround: