Okay, I will break down and talk with Ernst.
I think I lurked enough to get along well enough and will be out of your hair by the end of the month.
Pic-rel was my last detailed dream.>>58669
>My first dream I can remember
The only dreams that stuck in my mind were nightmares.
Simple nightmares but nightmares non the less.
I think is because when you have a nice dream, it doesn't make such an impact on you, also, you don't repeat it to anybody (recall).
First dream/nightmare I can remember was when I was 8.
I was walking in a desert type of wasteland and came upon a well.
Apparently I was carrying my mom in an ziplock bag, triped and dropped her down the well.
I think I can remember it best because as soon as I woke up, I ran crying to mom, hoping I didn't just kill her.
Second earliest dream/nightmare I can remember was when I was about 10 and I was sleeping in my parents bed with the alarmclock/radio was playing Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) and I mean the original as I am in my late thirties.
Anyways, I was in this mansion, Scarface tier where there are staircases on either side.
I climbed one of those staircases, looked into each room as I passed them once on the upper floor and found our last doge who had just passed away, deda on a bed.
Ran to her(deda doge) and woke up.
Again tho, I think I remember this so vividly because I ran to mom and dad crying and told them my creepy nightmare asap.
You don't normally tell others about your good dreams, especially if they were coomer related.
Thus, I don't remember as much of the many good dreams details as I do with the nightmares in my early age.
Currently and for the past 20 yrs, I have had a great ability to recognize when I am dreaming and that I am in a dream (lucid).
I have a great capability of lucid dreams and average at least a dozen lucid dreams a month, maybe one a week that I can remember enough to share that I can remember enough details to share a story.
Thing is tho, if I don't share those dreams right away, I won't remember.
Fuck a dream journal, as soon as I start to write or type a dream, I forget it, except for those once a week dreams.
My last dream where I noticed I was in a dream was just last night, when my deceased cat started to lick my lips.
I knew I would never allow that irl, started to pet her and woke up with my hand motioning a pet as if I was petting her.
I really miss my cats.
I can get way moar into this subject if Ernst allows me and maybe even teach you how to into Lucid dreaming as I am a lucidpro without having to read any book, articles or any other bullshit.
Just pure, personal experience.