Tag Archives: dreams

V is for Visions in the Nighttime

Have you ever had a lucid dream? Wikipedia tells us that “A lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware of dreaming. During lucid dreaming, the dreamer may be able to exert some degree of control over the dream characters, narrative, … Continue reading


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X-file (Unexplained phenomena)

  (Dream & Reality) [The dream part] My Honey and I and our young daughter were on a Triumph motorcycle. Our progress was slowed because our daughter kept getting off the motorcycle to pick up bunnies along the road. Suddenly, we … Continue reading

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False Memory

  One of my earliest memories is of an incident that happened in my childhood. I was about 7 or 8 at the time and living on a rural road in a small community. A group of us children were playing … Continue reading

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Sweet Dreams

My best dream was short as well as sweet. It was a few months after my father passed away. I dreamed I saw him, dressed in white and smiling. He spoke to me and assured me he was ok, and … Continue reading

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One of those dreams

I had a dream the other night that I had to write a paper for a class about a gas station and how the owner came to have the business. In the dream I decided to write the paper on … Continue reading

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Dream on

I keep a Dream Journal. I don’t write in it faithfully, but I write often enough to get a feel for the Important Dreams when they come along. I’m not into Freudian dream analysis, but I do know that some … Continue reading

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