Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-26 14:57:46
ID: 45212
I had a terrible dream last night I was babysitting and a toddler got in a tub of water and drowned. It was bizarre & awful.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-24 17:17:01
ID: 45146
When I was little I believed in past lives. I would think there are so many people, of course they recycle souls lol. I have maintained that belief, it just seems like a no brainer to me (no criticism to those who feel differently). It's like a core belief I was born with but I don't really dwell on what my past lives were. I didn't learn it from family, we are Methodists and I I still attend church. I believe we come back with the same group of souls until we work out our lessons.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-24 17:13:20
ID: 45125
In response to a confession. Well, we've already been called crazy for our beliefs. It's not that surprising that people are a bit shy about showing their names after that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-24 00:29:50
ID: 45126
In response to a confession. Probably because this is a sensitive subject, one for which people regularly get bashed and/or made fun of. Perhaps they don't want confessions here tied to their screennames. Or perhaps they just don't want to make an account for whatever reason.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-24 00:02:42
ID: 45141
In response to a confession. There are loads of lucid dream triggering binaural beats videos on YouTube. Some of them are 8 hours long. Just make sure you use head phones. Anyone can do it. You just have to train your mind.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-23 20:02:00
ID: 45136
I have very colorful, vivid, realistic dreams every night. And it SUCKS. The dreams themselves arent bad, but even though I sleep 7-8 hours I wake up exhausted. It's like my brain won't shut down. I would kill just to fall asleep and then wake up and not remember anything. I've been like this for years. Plus I get up 1-2 times to pee every night no matter what so that doesn't help either.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-23 19:52:51
ID: 45135
I am jealous of those of you who regularly have lucid dreams. The only time I was ever able to have them was when I was taking anti-malaria medication.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-23 10:01:10
ID: 45124
Why are there so many "response to confession" postings? Is it really that difficult to reply in the comments??
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-22 04:20:03
ID: 45092
In response to a confession. It's completely normal for a person who experiences sleep paralysis to feel this way. I've had lucid dreams and sleep paralysis since I was a kid, and lemme tell ya, I know how terrifying it can be. I thought a demon was trying to kill me, and believed for years that I'd been abducted by aliens. If this happens to you, when you lay down, consciously set the intention that nothing can touch you; anything negative around you is banished and you're protected by *insert whatever you believe in* Angels, God, Jesus, guides, etc. You might even smudge your house with sage. It's the belief and intention behind the action that counts. We have more control/power over our minds than we think.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-22 04:13:31
ID: 45096
In response to a confession. It's called sleep paralysis, and this happened to me frequently as a child. But I'm completely on the fence about that really being what it was for me, for two reasons: 1) We really DID have - what I fully believe to be - a demonic entity in that house, and 2) I left home at 18, I'm almost 50 now, and I never experienced that again.
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