dreams...

Singapore, Singapore
September 21, 2016 1:53am CST
It is said that an average person has three to five dreams per night. It is only that some of us can remember the dream when we wake up but some of the dreams just stay in dreamland and be forgotten... Do you think we can travel into each others' dreams? Is it possible that two persons have the same dream at the same time?
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@aditer (67)
• China
21 Sep 16
I think it's impossible,I think this can only happen on TV shows or movis
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
these days anything is possible...........
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@aditer (67)
• China
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz because of love
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@TRBRocks420 (81008)
• Banks, Oregon
21 Sep 16
I am not sure, if we can but I have often wondered that, because the dreams seem so real.
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
ya, some dreams just seem so real...
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@allen0187 (33872)
• Philippines
24 Sep 16
Dream travel is an interesting concept. Not sure if two persons can have the same dream at the same time but if that is the case, I bet a lot of people will be pissed to see me in their dreams. I'll likely turn those dreams into nightmares.
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• Singapore, Singapore
24 Sep 16
same here. I think i will travel into many people's dreams
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@allen0187 (33872)
• Philippines
24 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz don't wander into mine - you'll regret it!
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• Singapore, Singapore
24 Sep 16
@allen0187 would we fight??
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@mavlana (1028)
• India
21 Sep 16
I don't think so....it can never happen.
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
never seems like a strong word.. maybe i will travel to India in my dreams tonight and hunt @mavlana down...
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@mavlana (1028)
• India
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz hehe....if you are coming to india....beware of jay...lol
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
@mavlana why? jay seems nice...
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
21 Sep 16
I have heard that people those who didnt have a good deep sleep only remembers the dreams they have seen.
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
@amandajay meaning if I have a good deep sleep I won't remember my dreams??
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz Yeah I have heard it like that... Thats why some people always remember and some wont. Im second type. I rarely remember dreams.. Hehe it means Im deadly sleep...lol
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz same pinch...haha
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@skysnap (17947)
21 Sep 16
I must be getting not more than 1 I guess. because My sleep is short like 3 hours or so.
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
@skysnap what is the secret to being able to sleep so little?
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@skysnap (17947)
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz lol being stressed, worrying, depression and lot of money worries :D
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
@skysnap dreams from sleep are a luxury then...
@sammyy (254)
• Bangalore, India
21 Sep 16
We usually end up dreaming of something we had been thinking of, sometime before sleeping. Maybe what you suggest can happen, if you and your friend had a discussion about some interesting topic before going to sleep, then maybe you can dream about the same thing, even if not in exact same sequence or premise. But if you say it can happen between two totally unconnected people, in an unconnected situation ...then I don't know, maybe, may not be...some karmic connection could happen, but I'm not sure.
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• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
But how about i have not talked to the person for awhile yet i dream of her?
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@sammyy (254)
• Bangalore, India
21 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz maybe because you had something in the entire day that subconsciously triggered her at the back of your mind. I'm just saying, not necessary that it should happen because of that itself. But I have never experienced what they show in movies like the other person is in trouble and you simultaneously dream of them. I don't know if that happnes in real.
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@5thHouse (1692)
• Sheffield, England
21 Sep 16
Me and my husband once had the exact same dream one night in which a car we were in jumped into the air and crashed. Fortunately it didn't come true, but we were a bit freaked out by the fact we had the dream at the same time and wondered at first if it might be some kind of premonition. I guess it was just chance.
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• Singapore, Singapore
22 Sep 16
@5thHouse wow that was sure scary if its premonition...glad it was just chance. me and my boyfriend had the exact same dream before too.