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#158806 - 06/25/05 06:15 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Gino]
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Sorry, I just read this post more carefully, and it is possible that your moderate depression could be responsible for the dreams. But, what's causing the depression? Occupational hazard for me, but red flags go up when someone says they're even moderately depressed, so don't get ticked off when I suggest that you monitor the following symptoms: sleep, appetite, activity level, interest in sex and other preferred activities, ability to concentrate, self-isolation, feelings of hopelessness, self-medicating (using alcohol or drugs more frequently than normal), urges to hurt yourself. Periodic dysthymia (kind of a "depression-light") is common among most adults in the U.S. and Britain, but a prolonged period of sadness may be significant and should be brought to the attention of your physician. I'm not suggesting anything, and I say this to anyone who indicated that they were even moderately depressed. E-mail me if you'd like to talk more. - Gene




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#158807 - 06/27/05 05:30 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Foolsgold]
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I don`t know is it a virus or what but these couple of days i had some funky dreams about some kids who weren`t very nice.The feeling was like in a twilight zone.

Tonight i`m going to dream about something fluffy and cute...

*Hello bunny, hey Bambi what`s up... no,no, Bambi,leave that rabbit,...no,GET OFF THAT RABBIT!*


Edited by Prometej (06/27/05 05:31 PM)
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#158808 - 06/28/05 02:38 AM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Prometej]
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I don`t know is it a virus or what but these couple of days i had some funky dreams about some kids who weren`t very nice.The feeling was like in a twilight zone.

Tonight i`m going to dream about something fluffy and cute...

*Hello bunny, hey Bambi what`s up... no,no, Bambi,leave that rabbit,...no,GET OFF THAT RABBIT!*







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#158809 - 06/28/05 04:19 AM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Foolsgold]
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Hi Foolsgold,

I had a similar recurring dream a couple of years ago. I had to save kids from a crashed car before it exploded and the "authorities" caught me. I`m well into analyzing my dreams, don`t know how accurate I am though!!

As far as I could discern, I was the children, I was trying to protect myself, ( inreality I had lost a friend of over 20 years over a man - the dream occurred a year after the fallout). Usually figures of authority symbolise a task/hurdle you are putting off - I think, something along those lines. we had not met face to face since he lied about me - much unresolved stuff, the sort of stuff that does give you lucid dreams even years later.

The children that I lifted from the car `turned` into balls and rolled safely away, I talked with the authorities and went on my way making me feel that I was more resilient that I gave myself credit for.

There were possibly 20 characters in the dream, and I would agree with Oldman that mostly you are signafied in the dream, not necessarily children that are around you.


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#158810 - 06/28/05 09:24 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: jabber]
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Wow, I wasn't expecting so many replies over a personal issue. Thanks guys.
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#158811 - 06/30/05 04:04 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Foolsgold]
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How are you now? Sleeping well?
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#158812 - 07/09/05 06:27 AM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Foolsgold]
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Update: (for those who care)

I have only had one dream with the same elements since I last posted here. Other than that, I either haven't been dreaming or just don't remember it.

One other mentionable, it was interesting to put myself in the shoes of each character. Myself the innocent ideal, myself the protector, myself the monster. Try it with a dream sometime, it was enlightening for me.
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#158813 - 07/09/05 05:15 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Foolsgold]
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Glad that you`re ok now
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#158814 - 11/10/05 12:45 AM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Prometej]
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This is kind of happing to me lately. I keep dreaming about tornados. I'm either chasing them, trying to get pictures of them, or running from them and everytime I wake up I'm going "what was that all about?"

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#158815 - 12/06/05 11:26 PM Re: Recurring dream [Re: Stray]
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Registered: 10/19/05
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This is kind of happing to me lately. I keep dreaming about tornados. I'm either chasing them, trying to get pictures of them, or running from them and everytime I wake up I'm going "what was that all about?"




I was late comming into the other dream discussions... could I try analyzing this one? (PLEASE don't laugh, I'm not very good at this)

In your dreams, do you think that the tornado could be something that you feel that you need/want, but is something unatainable? (i.e. a new job you aren't sure you have the qualifications for, an idea or concept you can't quite grasp, a goal you have that seems distant, ect.)

And when you are chasing the tornado, maybe you feel uncertain about the atainability of (whatever you feel it represents) for example: it's something that part of you is saying "go for it you can do it!" while another part of you is saying "no, don't do it! Play it safe!"

When you are taking pictures of the tornado, maybe you are trying to analyze it, slow it down to evaluate all possibilities?

well that's my 2 cents... sorry if it's a load of crap

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