Do you have any recurring nightmares?

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I have one that scares the hell out of me where I'm in like a flash flood or something, tree tops sticking out of the rushing water & I climb up to get a vantage point & there's nothing but water on every horizon as far as the eye can see.

I have another recurring nightmare but it's like Doom 3 & I freaking love it so I'd hardly call it a "nightmare".

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#2  Edited By mimisalome

I have that recurring "final exam" dream. Like there was this final exam, and I realized that I have not been attending the course at all.

Usually it's the english communication course or some other humanities courses that I didn't pay attention to back in college.

Then I would realize that I'm already done with this nonsense and I will just walk out of the examination room to the dismay of the proctor.

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#3  Edited By dshipp17

Being Christian, and praying, at least daily, I have a nice pleasant and restful sleep every night.

But, a few times, I had a nightmare in the sense that a plan went wrong; just a couple of days ago, I was dreaming about my bathroom sink breaking down and not having a way to afford to have it fixed; just before I woke up, I dreamed about the sink falling apart from it's wall fixture, I was trying to fix, when I noticed it coming apart from the fixture, I was making it worse, as I was leaning on the sink, and, then, I was inside the sink, as it was enlarging and about to just fall to the floor from the wall fixture; and, then, as soon as I woke up, I was so relieved; something similar to that at times before, but, that's the closet that I got to a nightmare; just before that, I had to get my sink fixed by my landlord, while paying rent.

But, one close to a nightmare, recently, was I was dreaming about this person, possessed of a demon, likely, could predict death, he went into a trance, suddenly pointed toward me, I started praying in the name of Jesus, I woke up, praying the Lord's Prayer, and it was all over with no effect; God just vanquished it like a puff of smoke; and, all dreams from there were restful and pleasant; this was symbolic in my faith in Jesus and His reassurance to me that He was/is there for me and that I'm one of His. something like this is about as close as I've ever come to a nightmare; never really had them, except before my toddler years, where I died and was saved, or, the first experience of it's sort; more reassurance from God that I should have faith that I'm His and in the Kingdom of God, as I've always been Christian. Pretty much all other cases involve me running away from someone who's gaining over me, changing direction to hide, getting close to being found, sometimes being found, and waking up.

Nightmares, especially recurring nightmares, likely means that you probably desperately should consider getting things right with God and becoming a Christian or rekindling your Christian flame through prayerful repentance on a recurring basis; if you have things right with God, you should always have a restful sleep, with usually pleasant dreams.

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I have one dream I've been having ever since I was a little kid. This nightmare is very very rare and comes on once every few months and sometimes once every 6 months.

I am never really asleep when it comes on, I am always partially awake and completely aware of my surroundings. Whenever this dream comes it makes me feel weird where the room in in seems much larger than it actually is. I cannot explain what happens in the dream, I still don't know. All I know is that it has nothing I've ever seen, no humans nothing. When it last came on I was in my room trying to sleep and my roommate was playing PUBG. At the end of the dream something happened that shook me and I immediately got up scared. I couldn't move in shock and it felt like I just uncovered something. My roommate was a little worried about what just happened but I told him it was fine. But as time passed that night I slowly lost the understanding of the dream and now again I don't get it. I still get short bursts of it coming on sometimes but I've never had the dream again.

If anyone wants to know my vague description of it it'd be - something is consuming something else, maybe itself.

It's weird and it's been around for a while.

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I never have recurring nightmares. But I die in my dreams often. The last one I threw a rock and it hit a power cable, lightning strikes started to chase me and wouldn't stop chasing me. Then for some reason the lightning strikes were now trying to kill everyone and not only me, so I ran into a building and ran into the basement thinking I'd be safe. The lightning strikes killed every single person in that building, whilst destroying the building. Then finally the lightning strikes blew open the room me, and 2 others was in. It killed the guy across from me first, then me, then the guy next to me. Next thing I know I'm on a beach all of a sudden. This is the last "nightmare" I can remember.

People say when you die in your dreams you wake up, lmao no I don't. I honestly just die and then poof I'm doing something else somehow as if I respawned or something. But yeah it's the weirdest shit I keep dying in my dreams lmao

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USA losing to a poor af country and not making the World Cup.

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i have that recurring nightmare where i have that one female friend die multiple ways ranging from the normal (i,e accidents or shootouts) to the unique (i,e being eaten alive or getting hit by a meteor)

strangely enough, i don't feel anything about her so why am i dreaming about her.

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Used to have regular dreams of loosing my teeth in various ways.

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I use to have these dreams when I was younger of this creepy, old woman that use to basically torture me, mentally and physically. In one of the dreams, she was my supply teacher, and she was making fun of me in front of the class and, if I got an answer wrong, she'd hit me with either her hand or her walker (https://images.app.goo.gl/K2Av57zpSkPFuDKh9), which was always with her too. In another one, we was in a dark room, and she just kept screaming madly as she beat me with her walker (I'm pretty sure she was even using a cane at one point).

There were a few other dreams I had of her, like her being a shapeshifter and pretending to be my real mom to kidnap me which sounds pretty dumb now I think about it lol. I have no idea who this woman was, and why she kept showing up in a lot of my dreams, but it's still something I think about today.

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Only after doing loads of ecstasy

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One week ago, I had a nightmare where a Muslim gang was raping my wife and my cousin during a shopping day, they never returned home again.

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#12  Edited By Zetsu-San

@abstractraze: “they never returned home again.”

The wife and cousin? Or are you a macho badass vigilante in your dreams too?

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#13  Edited By AbstractRaze

@mylittlefascist said:

@abstractraze: “they never returned home again.”

The wife and cousin? Or are you a macho badass vigilante in your dreams too?

Well, I certainly think that it's important to take responsibility for your wife if something bad happens to her, maybe due to the last things which have been happening in Germany, all the raping reports and so on, that's what triggered this nightmare, but it's not the only time I had a nightmare of such sort.

I think that it's not really necessary to be so careful of your loved ones, when one is in a successfully developed nation from the first world, but since our government blatantly failed when it comes to our public and sovereign security, situations like this happen, the mind plays these games.

I think I have all the reason to be careful or cautious, even in my dreams, that's called empathy, only a sociopath lacks empathy.

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@abstractraze: Do you ever get tired of trying to act macho in every single post?

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@mylittlefascist said:

@abstractraze: Do you ever get tired of trying to act macho in every single post?

Will you ever stop being so obsessed about me?

I can understand your concern and inner conflicts, that you lack the strength of character to assimilate or endure responsibilities, the rejection of the possibility that you could lose someone who means so much to you, the question is, why do you think that I'm trying? when I'm only expressing my concerns about my loved ones? That's what my nightmare subconsciously expresses.

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I keep dreaming that my arms and legs turn into hideous beasts and fight each other as they attack my face.

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#17  Edited By Zetsu-San

@abstractraze: So you have to always act macho and you have a victim complex? How do you balance all that? Must be exhausting...

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#18  Edited By AbstractRaze

@mylittlefascist said:

@abstractraze: So you have to always act macho and you have a victim complex? How do you balance all that? Must be exhausting...

Allow me to tutelage you a little bit.

Men are undoubtedly stronger than women and such a thing must be used in the most productive and efficient way as possible, men usually demonstrate love through acts, serenity and sacrifice, breaking on the ground because fearing a loss of it, is a blatant vulnerability and therefore a weakness, recognizing a possibility of such and not breaking down your attitude but rather stay firm, is a strength, what good is it a man who can't take care of his woman and children? What good is a man who is not capable to protect his woman and children from other grown men?

It's not about being victimized, but facts.

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Just one. But I haven't had it in years.

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@abstractraze: And in the midst of all that posturing, the victim complex comment went, whoosh, over your head.

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Yes, since my mother died.