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Some of us can remember our dreams, while others have no memory of dreaming at all. Do you remember your dreams? What did you dream last?

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If they are quite vivid dreams, I would remember them, like nightmares. But other small dreams, I would just forget.
Sometimes, but not all the time. It is strange though that I remember the scary ones most of all! :(
I almost always forget my dreams, but I remember the feelings that I felt in the dreams.
I remember most of them, but sometimes the details fades a little.
I had one the other day, that was so real!
I had won $900,000
Also remember that I had so many projects in poor countries I wanted to do with the money.
I Woke up!!! to find it was just a dream, but one that seemed so real.
The disappointment nagged me all day, and the next day too.Can't tell you how upset I was.
There are quite a few I remember precisely, and others I don't. One was a dream about my business.
I dont remember all my dreams.But at timewhen I amnot in a deep sleep I do remember my dreams
Only very rarely. I hardly ever dream.
I do this weird thing where each night as I go to sleep I slip back into the last dream I was having before I woke up. I have never met anyone else who does this or who can explain why I do it, but I always have.
I have had this experience. I think it is because your mind is still working on the feelings, thoughts it needs to process.
As children we would ask Mum to let us finish our dreams after we were woken in the morning. My suster and I would close our eyes and continue our interupted dream.
by annfi
I remember my dreams most of the time, when I am looking after my health I dream more. I usually have great dreams but my last one was dreaming that I overslept and was late for work :( Horrible way to start the days with those dreams.
I remember my dreams when I want to by telling myself I will remember my dreams. It helps to wake naturally and have a little time in bed to remember.
I helped a scientist with dream research for a couple of books. I have had psycic dreams and that was what she was trying to prove.
I have so many dreams each night it couls take all day to recount them. I have as unusual type of dreaming when I am drifting off that is like a really fast slide show of pictures. The pictures flash by at a rapid rate- maybe 5 per second. At any point I could describe in detail each pic . Of course the description takes too long to make this possible.
I have recurring dreams and lucid dreams. Lucid dreams are dreams where you are aware you are dreaming. I love these and I try to fly and go through walls when lucid dreaming. Sometimes my dream life is so exciting I don't want to be awake.
I have not chosen to remember my dreams lately because I have been having nightmares. I am not very fit at the moment and possibly that has something to do with it.
I had a beautiful had a dream recently where my grandmother, who is deceased, told me she loved me. She called me Fred, as a joke. It is not my nickname but something jokey she might say. I heard her voice so clearly and laughed in my sleep.
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