I have been having the weirdest dreams.

@celticeagle (114484)
Boise, Idaho
June 27, 2011 7:31pm CST
Talk about the Twilight Zone. I don't know if I am glad to have this ability back or not. When I was younger I was in two pretty bad accidents and in both I had a bad hit on the hit in exactly the same place. I have a scar over a scar. So for years I didn't remember my dreams. And I felt it was because of these accidents. So now lately I can remember a random dream or two. But they are so weird. Lastnight I had a dream about a serial killer and how the detectives finally found him. While up in McCall on vacation I had a weird dream about my grandson and daughter and I. The dreams i recall now are so weird. Is this Karma? Am I just weird? Are they trying to tell me something? Do you have weird dreams? Do you remember them?
1 person likes this
8 responses
@GardenGerty (91109)
• Marion, Kansas
28 Jun 11
When hubby watches too much crime drama while I am around, I get the serial killer dreams as well. Other than that, I know I sometimes have weird dreams when I eat things that are out of the ordinary. If I think I am having a hard time sleeping, I sometimes take Melantonin and I absolutely have weird, and vivid dreams then.One of the strangest dreams I had was after eating a giant dill pickle my grandmother had canned. It is still with me. So I would wonder if you have changed how you eat or your regular routine. Too many underripe apples will do it to me. I have also had weird dreams about one minor aspect of a television show. The dream actually included me being woken by an old fashioned telephone ringing--and that happened several times.
@Hatley (159449)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Jun 11
hi I have one I have had off and on only when I am really stressed out.It is usually the same with maybe a few changes but I am in a town I knew by heart with friends that were childhood chums. we were in a cafe and i wanted to go to J C Pennys to shop. the rest wanted to stay there eating for a little longer. so we agreed to meet in the dress section in JC Penny's.well the streets were all changed and I had walked and walked and asked where JC Pennys was and was told I was in Tempe Arizona not Rapid city S.D. I finally ended up in an industrial area where large earth moving machines were digging up trenches.well I found an office and asked if I could use their phone to call for a cab. I was so scared I was shaking and they were very sympathetic and let me use their phone. then of course I wake up and am so relieved i am not lost. Now I was born and raised in South Dakota and worked In Rapid city.Jc Pennys was my favorite store there and I did shop with co workers there.also I moved to tempe arizona when i was in my late twenties. so those were places I really had been.so I guess the being lost was from being stressed out. I have not had one of those in several years.thank goodness as in the dream I was really panicked.
1 person likes this
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
28 Jun 11
I don't seem to remember mine when I am stressed. I think that GG is right. I did eat differently than usual that night. My daughter and grandson were staying with friends and I ate ribs from a popular place nearby. Delicious. I bet that is why I dreamed like that. Odd dreams you had Hatley.
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
30 Jun 11
I think when we are thinking a lot before we go to bed, we tends to dreams a lot. That's what i had experienced when i was thinking too much before winding and go to bed. Most of the time, i tends to forget what i had dreamed. I ever dreamed about killer wanting to hunt down some people in a town, exactly like what i had watched. It do makes me feel scared when thinking about it. So, now i prefer not to watch TV until late of the night, hoping won't dream of something weird and makes me having sleeping problem. Anyway, i think you are not weird since everyone of us tends to get weird dream, some time of our life.
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
30 Jun 11
I sometimes leave the tv on and I think I have some odd dreams because of it. Late night tv is the worst. Doesn't stop me though.
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
1 Jul 11
I think some of your dream have arise due to watching too much late night TV prior before got to bed. For a change, try watching some funny story before go to bed, i am sure you will dream some funny dream that will makes you laughing. I ever tried it and it does work for me....
• Indonesia
28 Jun 11
Well... I guess that's what dreams are. Sometimes it's a total mixture being everything is in the same place. I ever got a dream where i was one of the characters in somekind of a movie or something. Totally real and totally bizarre but totally fake. Cause when I wake up, I realized that it's only a dream. Yikes. Scientifically, all the dreams you have is because your brain is emitting some kind of a frequency in which all the memories we store into our brains are being replayed. But because of it's unstable condition, the memories being replayed is pretty much random. (Starting from this part, it's opinion. I don't know if it's true or not. I just heard it from someone.) We can see the dream is because the brain unconsciously activated our eyes functionality to see what the brain has projected (creating the scene and the pictures) thus we see what they call dream, even though it's only memories in our mind. Well... that's the gist of it. Just don't pay attention if you didn't get what I said (or typed) . After All, researchers are still having trouble describing specifically how brain works.
• Indonesia
28 Jun 11
Oops... a little off topic but... i guess it's okay for extra information.
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
29 Jun 11
Our brains are amazing! We only use a part of it too. Thanks for you input.
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
1 Jul 11
I am a very vivid dreamer. I always have been. I dream about people I have never seen and places I have never been. Some dreams are about people I haven't seen in ages. They are odd. I actually got a dream catcher once that had dark purple feathers on it and hung it over my bed...I know this sounds crazy...but two of the feathers bleached out white and I swear I thought it was from my dreams. I think there are occasions when dreams are trying to tell us something. I have no idea what..but something.
1 person likes this
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
1 Jul 11
It would be interesting to share some other folk's experiences with dream catchers. I wonder if it bleached out from your dreams. Interesting. I just saw a doc about dreams and it said that 1 in 12 people have cognitive dreams. I knew a young girl that had these. They really caused her alot of stress. They just lasted for a period of a few months. I think some of our dreams are trying to tell us something. Most are just stuff we have picked up along the way. Thanks for your input.
@AFI34974 (61)
• United States
28 Jun 11
My dreams are always very strange and never make any sense. One I remember in particular involved a British panda with a monocle who was chasing me around with a bamboo stick. Tell me how that fits into my daily life, haha! No, you're not weird, and it's not karma. Most people actually don't have rational dreams, it's just that by the time they wake up they either don't remember them or remember very little. I remember my dreams very well, right now I'm focusing on achieving a lucid dream. You might want to try it, it's very fun :)
1 person likes this
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
28 Jun 11
I really never remember my dreams and when I do it is an EVENT!
@toniganzon (41101)
• Philippines
28 Jun 11
I am a dreamer and i had weird dreams most of the time. Usually they are dreams of my fears and anguish. Sometimes i wake up screaming or with tears on my face. I remember 99% of my dreams every time i wake up. I don't think it's karma on your part though. People dream different kinds of dreams every time we sleep but it's only a few seconds when we wake up before we forget those dreams. According to what i have read, there's not a single person who doesn't dream when they're asleep but not all can remember their dreams.
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
29 Jun 11
I wonder why.
• Guam
28 Jun 11
In the Bible, it says that dreams are really what you want to dream about. Don't pay attention to them unless they are a divine sign. Joseph had a heavenly dream being warned to leave Nazareth when Herod wanted to kill Jesus. I had a dream that I should preach the Word of God, especially to those who don't know about the Bible.
1 person likes this
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
28 Jun 11
Divine sign? I'm an agnostic so I doubt he would contact me that way.
@ebuscat (5949)
• Philippines
28 Jun 11
For me it is natural you dream of because it is the fruit of more work after all that day.
1 person likes this
@celticeagle (114484)
• Boise, Idaho
28 Jun 11
Sort of the fruit of the day, eh?