How to get in a nightmare?

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How to get in a nightmare?

Postby R99 » 02 Feb 2012 05:34

I know its sounds crazy, but i really love to be in nightmares. Its becoz in it i have superpowers or i have preprogramed knowledge to defeat them, and also i feel invincible. Last night i got another nightmare, man it was crazy, its about the fight of God vs Devil, it was extremly scary and fun, i ll explain it later. Does anybody know why i enjoy to be in a nightmare.
I see the Truth now.

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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby SarahDank » 02 Feb 2012 08:52

You're the total opposite of me arnt you! hahaha :lol:
Why don't you just make a nightmare happen while in your lucid state?

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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby James » 02 Feb 2012 23:00

Hmm
Do you enjoy horror filmes/games?
Also eating cheese helps...

...apperently...
Was it worth it?

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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby jamjam » 02 Feb 2012 23:12

Is that a joke? Cheese is just milk in different forms... milk contains B6 and other ingredients that help you fall asleep. Cheese can create odd dreams but nightmares? No! Nightmares are usually triggered when you find something that scares you in a dream. If I saw my worst fear, I would be like EEEEK and then it could turn into a nightmare. To get one (you're crazy!) just get a fear and evolve it until your'e thinking about it random times in the day. If in a LD, ask what your worst fear is and to show it to you.
Creepy nightmares,
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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby Snaggle » 03 Feb 2012 03:24

JAMJAM the evidence for b 6 promoting sleep is extremely weak to start with based mainly on this study

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11883552 another study published in June of the same year found no effect.

cheese might promote nightmares. It's not really just milk. It's milk turned into curds with the whey taken out. When not in curds and whey (AKA cottage cheese) curds are tough and sort of rubbery and are then turned into cheese. Doing it takes about 1/8 or its weight in salt, salt promotes high blood pressure (hypertension) which ones dreaming brain might interpret as a fight or flight situation. again one has an alternation of dreams and nightmares every night.

I suspect R99 will like this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxz63l_5hgY&feature=related
"There is only one God and his name is Death.
And there is only one thing we say to death "not today"
- Syrio Forel

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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby R99 » 03 Feb 2012 08:39

Thanks guys for ur replyes, and snaggle that video that u recomended that was funny, i thought its going to be real one, but then its fake, hey guys knows some cool scary things in youtube like slenderman, that was creepy.thankz
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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby R99 » 03 Feb 2012 08:43

And ofcoz i love scarry games and movies.
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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby R99 » 03 Feb 2012 08:43

And ofcoz i love scarry games and movies.
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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby Snaggle » 03 Feb 2012 11:54

R99 wrote:Thanks guys for ur replyes, and snaggle that video that u recomended that was funny, i thought its going to be real one, but then its fake, hey guys knows some cool scary things in youtube like slenderman, that was creepy.thankz


Monsterquest- there are plenty of "real monsters" running around America.

or consider what your cat does outside

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sAF8gMN9c0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY94y3NDhrE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=hfgV9X1uLZ0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=EdJqzVQEgIQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ5yZN4t9Lc
"There is only one God and his name is Death.
And there is only one thing we say to death "not today"
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Re: How to get in a nightmare?

Postby jamjam » 03 Feb 2012 16:47

[quote="Snaggle"]JAMJAM the evidence for b 6 promoting sleep is extremely weak to start with based mainly on this study

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11883552 another study published in June of the same year found no effect. (Give me a link?)

cheese might promote nightmares. It's not really just milk. It's milk turned into curds with the whey taken out. When not in curds and whey (AKA cottage cheese) curds are tough and sort of rubbery and are then turned into cheese. Doing it takes about 1/8 or its weight in salt, salt promotes high blood pressure (hypertension) which ones dreaming brain might interpret as a fight or flight situation. again one has an alternation of dreams and nightmares every night.

That research proved b6 helps! Participants in a double-blind 2002 study demonstrated that taking 250 mg of B6 over a placebo caused a significant difference in dream content, as rated by the participants, in the following areas:
dream vividness
bizarreness
emotionality
color
However, this first study needs to be replicated using the same procedures and also demonstrated in a sleep laboratory before the results can be considered certain.”
Sweet dreams,
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