Do you have reoccurring dreams?

posted 3 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 2
9109 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA

Yeah, I have a similar one where I show up at a violin performance and realize while I’m up in front of everyone that I’ve never even looked at the music before. So freaky. 

I also have one where all my teeth are falling out :/ It’s awful. Apparently it’s a fairly common stress dream. 

Post # 3
469 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I have reoccurring nightmares. It’s the worst. It goes in cycles, but recently I’ve been having a dream that I had frequently several years ago. Dang, brain….you scary!!!

I’m not sure what it even means. It’s either reoccurring nightmares or insomnia for me. 

Post # 4
1397 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2015 - Chapel on Base

AprilinTX:  I am the same way.  Recurring nightmares,  insomnia, deep sleep, then just nightmares.   Then repeat.  

My biggest recurring nightmare is that someone is going around killing all the fat people.  Keep in mind this nightmare started in high school.   I graduated high school at 141 pounds.  I had weight Los surgery in April of this year and they have started again and I’ve lost about us pounds so far.  Scared to sleep now a days. 

Post # 5
2642 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

linnylou_88:  Sounds like stress or feeling out of control. I think it often reflects life.

Mine is kind of a dream and kind of a hallucination. I wake up and see a huge spider, swarm of insects or person in the room, freak out and switch the light on. It can often take a few minutes to realise it’s not real!! The first time it happened I didn’t sleep in my room for a week because I was so sure it was real!

Post # 6
469 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

angyjaxon:  I can’t figure out which is the worst! Deep sleep is great, but I often feel hungover when that happens because my body isn’t used to it. I guess I’d rather have insomnia than be in fear …. at least staying up all night I can entertain myself online lol

Post # 7
1738 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK

I constantly have really vivid dreams and I wake up more tired for having them. The reoccurring ones are always about queuing in theme parks to get on a ride. I never seem to get on the ride though, I always have to take some strange alternative route like a fire exit to try and get to the ride but somehow never get to it before I wake up

Post # 8
434 posts
Helper bee

I always have a recurring dream about getting to the car park and then not being able to find my car! The problem is that sometimes there are multiple levels and there are hundreds of cars on each level, so my car could be anywhere! Apparently it means that I’m unhappy with my life and don’t know what direction I want to go in. Great…

Your dream seems to be a very common, apparently it means that you judge yourself too harshly in your waking life.

Post # 9
1408 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

I dream about plane crashes at least once a month. Sometimes I am watching them, sometimes I am in the plane desperately trying to call my husband to tell him I love him. Its horrible, and its been years of this. 

Post # 10
1912 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

I actually have a hilarious dream Ive had a few times! 

I have a jaw problem, it’s locked a lot. Some days it’s so bad I can’t take a bite of a sandwich or bite into an apple. Anyways, my dream is that we’re at the wedding and my FI feeds me a bite of cake, except I can’t get it in my mouth so it smashes on my face and down my dress. So pathetic lol

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