Here at Onstellar, we share dreams ☆☆ Dreams are fascinating and can tell us more than we realize. All are welcome to Dream Share :) "All men whilst they are awake are in one common world: but each of them, when he is asleep, is in a world of his own." ~Plutarch "Even the loveliest dream bears like a blemish its difference from reality, the awareness that what it grants is mere illusion." ~Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno "Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions." ~Edgar Cayce
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I need this.......more people need to keep journals....especially me. lol
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  • I need this.......more people need to keep journals....especially me. lol
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  • Great app for recording your dreams
    Dream Journal Lite & Dream Journal Pro ($1.27-when I bought it a few years back)
    (Although i'm a strong believer in writing them down in physically, ....to each their own )
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  • Hi All ❤️ I’m wondering if anyone else experiences similar dream patterns. I’ve had multiple patterns but I’ll start with this one as it’s the quickest to explain.

    There are times when my dreams are vivid and all seems familiar. The places and people are recognized and friendly but nothing like my awakened world. These particular dreams end in the same way in which, suddenly, everyone starts saying goodbye. “It’s time to go now.” And even though I ask them not to leave, shortly thereafter, everyone is gone. Moments later, I wake up.

    Like I said, this is the smallest pattern I’ve had but it’s also the most recent. Could they be of particular note? Or just my way of subconsciously ending the dream? Anyone else?
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  • Hey, guys! I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Máxel Milliam and I consider myself a Dream Catcher (for lack of a better word). I ocassionaly also have lucid dreams and out of body experiences. Although those are way less frequent. Right now I can recall up to 15 dreams every morning and I’m pretty sure I can teach anyone to do it in a very short period of time. I’ve reached already a dozen people and I love to share this information with whoever is attracted to the dream world.
    I discovered this technique in a very unusual way. What I was looking for was a way to heal my body since I’ve been afflicted by many illnesses throughout my life. Truth be told, I never expected to start dreaming like I do now. It came as a side effect. With information I’ve gathered through the years, my own analysis and experimenting with myself, I did found a way to heal my body of pretty much anything that I’ve experienced. I haven’t even developed a flu in about two and a half years. So it’s pretty cool, I think. Now that I dream this much, I receive more information on how our reality works and so on. So if you want me to share how I do it, just hit me up and I’ll try to explain the best way I can. Love to all!
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  • Its fair to say that I have a lot of strange dreams. For the most part when I have a very intense dream, it's usually weather related; tornados, or storms in general. Perhaps stress dreaming is what you would call those. Others include the usual odd dreams like (when I dreamed each of my toes had thier own house....lol right..I know....strange.)

    Or when I dreamed I was waking from a dream and as I got up out of bed I lost gravity and slowly floated up into the sky and eventually into outerspace and was stuck there til I awoke in real time. Sometimes that dream still haunts me..lol I had no oxegen and was terrified for what seemed like hours not being able to breathe... just watching the earth below me, listening to the bustling of people far below, laughing and talking.. 

    But among all these weird and or horrific dreams I've had in my life, there's one that stands out from the rest. I gave it a title because i've described it so many times and have from the begining logged it into my journal. I called it The Night Train. 

    The dream starts out next to a train station out in the mexican desert where the sun has gone down but the horizon is still red and the landscape is a sillhouette. The train is on the verge of leaving and there is a woman and her three children standing next to it. Everyone around us is frantic and rushing to get on the train. As the woman and her children board I notice ive been standing there in a daze being left behind. I start to run along side and began climbing on the train. (The train is modern in style but old and broken with large rusted hole throughout it's dull grey body, no numbers or identificatiion) As im climbing on the side I look out to the horizon just as the trian is begining to travel at a very high rate of speed. The skyline begins to vibrate and a large wave ripples through the atmosphere and towards me. Just as I climb inside the train I see the landscape crawl with embers like swirling patterns as fire dies out on lit coals. I felt then a feeling of dread like something big is about to happen. I feel a sudden wave of dejavu, like I've been here before and this is all about to round a big circle all over agian. Im now looking around the train for something to do with my hands because they're shaking and i'm nervous. Something is about to squeeze me and everything into nothing. I finally sit down on the floor of the train and look up at the holes in the ceiling. The sky has no stars and just before the surrounding air about me begins to pressurize, I taste the metel of the train and the thick darkness feels like a vise, yet a soft pillow ready to push me into oblivion. Just as that thought passes I am squeezed into a tiny point followed by a quieting of the train noises and the sounds of people.

    I then wake up. I've always remembered this dream. I don't have reoccurring dreams but I often relive this one during waking hours. 

    This dream took place on March, 6th 2009
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