By JasonJRogers
121 days ago

My Strangest Dreams.....

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I've heard most people have strange dreams and most people have lovely dreams...and then most people don't dream about anything.

Well...I don't know whether its because sometimes I'm stressed or had a strange encounter with something or someone during the day or if I've lost someone close to me, but I can dream about almost anything and feeling any kind of emotion in my dream...it just feels so weird when you wake up and for those first couple of seconds you don't quite know where you are...Am I still asleep or am I going to continuously keep waking up and waking up until I realise I'm in the right world.

I've had some very unusual encounters in my dreams and when I do eventually wake up my head feels so weird, I'm trying to work out whether I'm actually a wake...It takes a while to get my bearings after I've just had a strange dream. I don't know what exactly triggers these dreams, I'm guessing It might have something to do with day to day activities that can tire or stressed you out and then your brain takes over and starts thinking of random or unusual things...Once you've rested your head on the pillow and start to nod off I don't think your brain has quite settled down and these strange activities occur in your dreams.

I don't believe for one second that cheese gives you nightmares, I've tried it and all that happens is can dream of something unusual but not a nightmare. There are dreams that I've continuously had and I have no idea how they re-occur. Here are some of the most strangest activities that have occurred in some of my dreams and those one's I wish not to dream about again.


Electric Dog:

When I was younger I had this occurring dream of me walking on one side of the road and a normal looking white jack Russell dog walking on the opposite side. Every couple of steps I took the dog would swerve sideways across the road and give me an electric shock and then swerve back across the road, I must of been electrocuted about 20 times by that dog until I would wake up. I have no idea what brought this dream on in the first place and why the dog was electrocuting me but, I had that dream countless of times.

My Guess on the Dog:

My uncle used to have a white jack Russell dog called Bonny and it used to snap at people as it got older...Bonny may have triggered the dream off because..the dog Isn't around anymore and I don't have that electric dog dream anymore.


Emotional Falling Tree (He's not there):

I had this same dream twice and it's one I'd rather not have again...It was about this storm in the woods and me trying to find my lost granddad, I could hear he's voice in my ear...just talking, but nowhere to be seen. All of a sudden...tree's started collapsing and I started to dart through them until I came to a fall stop...My granddad crushed right underneath a fallen branch. Somehow I managed to get him out and for some reason afterwards he just stood straight back up and didn't look hurt at all. When I woke up it first took me a few seconds to work out what was going on, the first thing I thought of was...I'm glad granddad's alright...Then I realised...Granddad already passed away a fortnight ago.


Keep Falling:

This one is very short and very unusual...Somehow I have what I call a cotton-on dream where I keep falling, waking up, falling, waking up, falling, waking up, until I eventually wake up and end up falling out of bed...I only had this dream once but...damn, it sure was weird. It was one of those dreams where you fall and when you land you think you've woken up and then you fall again...until you do eventually wake up.


On The Run:

I always have these dreams where I'm being chased...it doesn't matter who I'm being chased by I always seem to be running away from something or someone and when they get too close I always manage to swerve them. It seems has if something's stopping them from catching me, they get near one minute and then the next when I look around, their miles away. I don't see the understanding of what is going on here, I wake up and think "what is all that about" why am I being chased, I never get to find out about that part I'm just constantly moving on my feet making sure I don't get caught.


Conclusion On Dreams:

Some weird dreams I don't quite remember in fall...All I know is sometimes I've felt quite strange when I've woken up, that's how I know it's being a strange dream. It's like, first off you don't know if you're actually awake or whether you're still dreaming because it takes a while to get your bearings. There are some dreams I've had that have been about losing a family member and then when I wake up It takes me a couple of minutes to realise they're ok and they've not passed on...Most of the time I've come down stairs and seen that particular family member sitting out in the kitchen...oh...that's such a relief.

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soncee Very good artikle dear 👍
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JasonJRogers Thank You
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TammyWhite I have a lot of dreams
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Smokey2017 This is such an interesting article dear Jason I think dreams have something uk do with the life style we might lead
I eat quite a bit of cheese and never have nightmares maybe your dreams are related to what you have experienced in your life
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Smokey2017 God bless dear Jason
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carmen3521 😍😍😍✔super one ** Tuetego thinks this could be spam **
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LAFFINGKNOME I have weird dreams too so can relate!
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fabio26 I believe that dreams are linked, most of them, to our life in the life
sometimes we go to bed with a thought, sometimes it turns into a dream sometimes not, I think depends on our subconscious, however nice article and strange freak dreams, @JasonJRogers
but for me you have not told them all ahahahah, good joke hello evening :) ))))))))
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RasmaSandra The thing about dreams is that things we dream about but forget the moment we wake up are usually meaningless dreams. The dreams we dream about which we can remember in detail are those that are worth writing down because they can have meaningful messages for us. I have mine all written down and can remember most everyone still today even though I dreamt about them a very long time ago. @JasonJRogers
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NyishaHv i always have unusual dreams too, especially very lucid ones. Dreams for me are very symbolic and show strong representations of our feelings and subconscious.
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