Oh don't be too jealous. It wasn't really a "Pokemon is real". It was a video game, except I was in the video game as the main character. The graphics sucked too. It looked similar to Pokemon Snap. Not to say that it was bad, but it isn't nearly as awesome as catching Pokemon in a real life situation.
Oh man I had one of those and I was seriously pissed/disappointed for a few hours after waking up
It could just be you have a deep rooted fear of me ;P Or maybe you were scared I would lose (YOU JINXED IT JERK!)?I just had a dream about being in an elevator, listening to the music. I suspect that this may be some reference to the CAP TL discussion, especially since I went to bed shortly after making this post. So I was standing in this elevator, nothing special was happening, and all of a sudden, I wake up with a slight jump, covered in sweat.
o.o Awesome! I once tried flying, but got a sensation of falling and imidietley woke up... How cool, a police chase! (I wish i had incredibly hot chicks in stockings in my dreams!)Oh yes. Flying, a lot. One of the lucid dreams I remember most fondly was me and this incredibly hot chick in stockings (oh god) were on the run from a police and staying in a hotel.. except I could fly, so I went breaking into windows and stealing people's food. It was ace.
Yes it is. The problem with remembering dreams is that a dream is in real time very short (some studies suggest that the activity in the brain that would qualify as a dream only lasts a couple of seconds at a time) and then the information is discarded. Unless you are on some kind of sedative medicine, you dream each and every night. To remember a dream, however, you have to wake up almost directly after it.For some reason, I rarely EVER have dreams. I can't remember ANY good dreams I had. Is this normal?
Granted, but most of the time you don't even remember your dreams when you wake up. It's hard to think about a dream you had when you don't even remember that you dreamed, let alone what those dreams was about.Wrong. There is nothing stopping you remembering lots of your dreams. The key to remembering them is to replay them once you wake up. Your first thoughts usually when you wake up (moreso when you are interrupted in your sleep and the dream is a vivid one) about your dream. Most people instead choose to continue their day normally. The exception being in weird dreams (such as the above guys Jirachi/Kobe Bryant dream) where its so weird, you think about it over and over, thus keeping it in your brain, remembering it. Its true you have numerous dreams over the night though, I have woken up and remembered about 4 or 5 of my dreams quite a few times though, which disproves your theory as it would be impossible for me to wake up after 5 dreams because they physically cannot happen at the same time.
Yes I have! I always thought I was crazy or something but sometimes I'm doing something random like walking up a staircase in a house I've never been in, but it seems like I've seen it before. I wonder why this happens sometimes...I don't have dreams regularly, though when I have dreams they're usually significant and last me through my sleep. One very odd thing is though, sometimes when I experience something in real life (entering a new classroom at the start of the school term, going to some new random place), I sometimes realize that I've actually been to/seen that place in my dreams!
When I discover these things, I can't specifically remember what happened during that particular dream, but still, I find it odd, up to this day. Am I just weird or has anyone else experienced this?
Yea I've experienced this before where I'm asleep but people are talking or watching TV and the noises get added into my dream. The best example of this would be how one time I was dreaming of running a race when all of a sudden there was a loud beeping sound that kept getting louder and louder but I just kept running until I actually woke up to my screaming alarm clock.Yes, you can control your dreams, quite often if you think about a thought before you go to sleep (and remember the dream in the morning), the two things are correlated. There have also been studies that dreams are effected by things when you are asleep, which I also believe. For example, one study put red tinted glasses on people for days on end, and eventually, their dreams was also tinted red (or at least they described them like that), another study involved the bed the person was sleeping on being soaked half way through the night, this went into their dreams as if the person was getting soaked, by for instance, a hose. I have had numerous times where as I was slowly waking up, I'd go back to sleep but would have left the TV on, and whatever was on the TV would then insignificantly push itself into my dream.