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MzPri3
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Newbie Read Thanks!

Postby MzPri3 » 05 Aug 2015 21:57

Hi everyone,

Not sure who "everyone" is exactly but if you are taking the time to read this then I want to take the time to quickly introduce myself to you.

My name is Priscilla or you can refer to me as MzPri3 ;) . I am 26 years old married no kids of my own but I do have two step sons (14/10 y/o). My husband (29 y/o) is not a U.S citizen and was given voluntary departure in 2008 after living in U.S for over 20 years. All because he wasn't born here so now he lives in mexico and we have just completed our 6 year marriage anniversary (Aug.3). I served in the military(U.S. Army, 4yrs, never deployed), being in the military was one of the best decisions of my life. I already came from a military family and all in all had a comfortable and decent upbringing. I just finished by BSB/BSE degrees and am moving on next to my MBA. While still working on bringing my husband back to the states, I work and go to school. I spend most of my free time working out, traveling, going to events, and spending time with my family, and puppies.

I was actually told by my family and friends and just recently my float therapy specialist to look up a forum and just start blogging about my dream sitch so this is why I am here.

***Float Therapy:
An isolation tank is a light less, soundproof tank inside which subjects float in salt water at skin temperature. They were first used by John C. Lilly in 1954 to test the effects of sensory deprivation. Such tanks are now also used for meditation and relaxation and in alternative medicine.



Since I have serious episodes of Lucid dreaming and just really intense super vivid/detailed dreams, my sleep status is all types of confusing. I remember all dreams to a T and I able to even sometimes control them or recall on dreams from long ago. On top of all of the craziness inside my dreams, I do find myself constantly exhausted because in some ways my real/dream lives I am never truly resting. It would be too much for me to maintain a dream journal and since my dreams are like movies it is way to much info to just jot down.

Does any one dream like this? Is this even okay?

I don't know why I am writing this but maybe someone who reads my post will be interested in a discussion or to give me advice or any type of feedback/input really...Thanks! - MzPri3 XOXO

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Kman43759
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Re: Newbie Read Thanks!

Postby Kman43759 » 05 Aug 2015 22:14

Welcome to the forum, its completely natural for some people to dream vividly a lot, and that's not a bad thing, I wish I could remember all my dreams xD

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MzPri3
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Re: Newbie Read Thanks!

Postby MzPri3 » 05 Aug 2015 22:46

Thanks for the reply Kman43759's!

I hear it all the time that I'm lucky about the way I dream. But I do sometimes feel that its a curse all one in the same because my mind is active 24/7 and I am exhausted all the time..... :|

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Kman43759
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Re: Newbie Read Thanks!

Postby Kman43759 » 05 Aug 2015 22:51

If Lucid Dreaming is making you exausted, next time you are in a lucid dream try to lose Lucidity, just sit down in the dream, close your eyes, and try to go back to sleep

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Re: Newbie Read Thanks!

Postby briannathomas06 » 10 Aug 2015 20:03

Hi,

I'm new here too! I hope we can share good experiences and thoughts on Lucid Dreaming.

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