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Oct 2, 2017 8:09 AM

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Everytime I get the same dream. I don't dream everyday but whenever I do I get the same dream over and over. This started in early September.

I dream about riding a train where I gave a stranger seat (old lady) and after arriving on the destination, when I was about to get out someone stabs me. I'm pretty sure it was that old lady only.but when I woke up I cannot remember her face.

anyone had this same problem?
 
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Oct 2, 2017 8:18 AM

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Honestly, I got the same dream each year. It like dejavu, but it much different from your dream.
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Oct 2, 2017 8:33 AM

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first I thought about telling my parents but then I realised that I'm not much bothered about it so there's no need to bother my parents. After all I'm not loosing my senses and I am still sane.
 
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Oct 2, 2017 9:00 AM

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You've been watching too much trashy anime so your subconsciousness is warning you to stop.
 
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Oct 2, 2017 9:02 AM

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Remember this for the next time you get this dream: Can't be stabbed by her if you stab her first
 
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Oct 2, 2017 9:10 AM

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I always dream about my highschool every now and then. I can't stop it and its getting annoying. Oh well I got used to it since I get it almost everyday.
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Oct 2, 2017 9:12 AM

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MangoYuri said:
You've been watching too much trashy anime so your subconsciousness is warning you to stop.

last anime I watched was ballroom e youkoso it was a bit weird.. the animation was so much funny when they danced.
 
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Oct 2, 2017 9:28 AM

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I've never had that phenomenon. Try visualizing something as you fall asleep, this will redirect your mind and possibly create a new dream this time lol.
 
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xLemon said:
I've never had that phenomenon. Try visualizing something as you fall asleep, this will redirect your mind and possibly create a new dream this time lol.

I have already tried that and I also have tried listening to music with headphones plugged but I don't think I will do it again as the next morning my ears were literally throbbing
 
Oct 2, 2017 9:31 AM

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I've never had that phenomenon. Try visualizing something as you fall asleep, this will redirect your mind and possibly create a new dream this time lol.

I have already tried that and I also have tried listening to music with headphones plugged but I don't think I will do it again as the next morning my ears were literally throbbing next morning


hmm. Guess you're trapped in an astral prison then. Sorry about that :P
 
Oct 2, 2017 9:39 AM

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Just in case you are being serious:

Get a notebook and a pen, put them next to your bed, after waking up write down what happened in your dream as soon as possible. Also try to change something, like avoid getting stabbed for example.
 
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kawaii96desu said:
Just in case you are being serious:

Get a notebook and a pen, put them next to your bed, after waking up write down what happened in your dream as soon as possible. Also try to change something, like avoid getting stabbed for example.


Well its like my brain has saved that memory and keeps on playing it in my dream
 
Oct 2, 2017 9:50 AM

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I'm pretty sure a big reason for dreams like these are fears and paranoia. When I was young I remember always having the same dream about a Grim Reaper coming and killing me in my house.

I finally was fed up with this dream and walked straight to where the Grim Reaper was and let him kill me. Never had that dream again.

So try to get over the dream. If that helps.

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xChewy said:
kawaii96desu said:
Just in case you are being serious:

Get a notebook and a pen, put them next to your bed, after waking up write down what happened in your dream as soon as possible. Also try to change something, like avoid getting stabbed for example.


Well its like my brain has saved that memory and keeps on playing it in my dream


No, your brain saves only the last few minutes (in your case from giving your seat to getting stabbed), dreams are usually a lot longer than that but you forget most of it the moment you wake up. That's why it's a lot better to have it on paper. There might be still some memories left few seconds after you wake up.
 
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So you want to stop having the dream?

Do some research on passenger trains. Also do some research on what it's like to be stabbed.

Your brain is curious. Satisfy its curiosity and you'll likely start dreaming of other things.
 
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Sometimes its very hard for me to differentiate dreams and reality. I'm not too sure about the other things though.
 
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Just don't read Freud's interpretation of dreams. The field of psychology does not take it seriously anymore.

It might mean you have some insecurity or unresolved passage of thought in the back of your mind. You might find some sort of resolution from interpreting your dreams, but it's more sensible to focus on the real-world things you actually experience and do something about them.
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Oct 2, 2017 11:17 AM

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Dreams always means something - maybe something we don't know yet.

From what I know:
"I dream about riding a train"
- This could mean you have something on your shoulders (problems etc.) with your friends or someone else close to you.

"(old lady)"
- Could represent something that you still carry with you in your mind, something unnecessary.

"someone stabs me."
-This could mean you're losing your physical energy on something unnecessary, fear of something or aggression about something in your life.

Also if we look at "bleeding" or "killing":
- Bleeding always means you're losing your energy or somebody is taking it from you like if you have hard time with job/school, difficult time in your life etc. Which part of your body was stabbed?

Do you remember any colors, because those can mean something as well.
 
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Dreams always means something - maybe something we don't know yet.

From what I know:
"I dream about riding a train"
- This could mean you have something on your shoulders (problems etc.) with your friends or someone else close to you.

"(old lady)"
- Could represent something that you still carry with you in your mind, something unnecessary.

"someone stabs me."
-This could mean you're losing your physical energy on something unnecessary, fear of something or aggression about something in your life.

Also if we look at "bleeding" or "killing":
- Bleeding always means you're losing your energy or somebody is taking it from you like if you have hard time with job/school, difficult time in your life etc. Which part of your body was stabbed?

Do you remember any colors, because those can mean something as well.


Reading too deeply into dreams is what Freud did, and that got him laughed at by psychologists a modernity later.
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Oct 3, 2017 1:48 AM

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Learn how to lucid dream and kill her first.


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Learn how to lucid dream and kill her first.


it's not a game..
I can't control my dream at all
 
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spokenboot38 said:
Dreams always means something - maybe something we don't know yet.

From what I know:
"I dream about riding a train"
- This could mean you have something on your shoulders (problems etc.) with your friends or someone else close to you.

"(old lady)"
- Could represent something that you still carry with you in your mind, something unnecessary.

"someone stabs me."
-This could mean you're losing your physical energy on something unnecessary, fear of something or aggression about something in your life.

Also if we look at "bleeding" or "killing":
- Bleeding always means you're losing your energy or somebody is taking it from you like if you have hard time with job/school, difficult time in your life etc. Which part of your body was stabbed?

Do you remember any colors, because those can mean something as well.


nah everything is colorless except the train it was pretty much red in color
 
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My friend, be careful the next time your riding a train. The dream could be warning u to get ready.
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xChewy said:
-BestGirl said:

Learn how to lucid dream and kill her first.


it's not a game..
I can't control my dream at all



Then learn to control it. It's not that complicated.

If you practice being more aware of yourself during the day, the same mentality will be kept during the dreams, so having lucid dreams will be as common as just dreaming.

Doing reality checks from time to time also helps.

As an example, I find it quite difficult to read in dreams as the texts usually shift during the reading. So everytime I'm just having a common dream and it happens, I perceive it's a dream and get to control the surroundings.


Yeah, it takes some time and effort but imo, it pays off.


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better talk to a clinical psychologist about it
and never read about Freud's psychoanalysis stuff since its just pseudoscience they say
 
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It's because it's going to happen to you irl.
 
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I've had horrific dreams all the time. Dreamt up pretty disgusting scenes, watches people get killed and died in quite a few of them too.

Ultimately the way to deal with it is to wake up and enjoy your life. I personally get my day started with a nice cup of tea.
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xChewy said:
nah everything is colorless except the train it was pretty much red in color


Okey, red also means energy. So I'd say this dream has something to do with your energy; either losing it or needing to get it more (/back).
 
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I got the same thing to but kinda different from yours.

Everytime I get sick, I always dream about the same dream over and over before I get well. I don't remember there whole scenario of my dream but I always woke up with fear and emptiness after I dream.
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Everytime I get the same dream. I don't dream everyday but whenever I do I get the same dream over and over. This started in early September.

I dream about riding a train where I gave a stranger seat (old lady) and after arriving on the destination, when I was about to get out someone stabs me. I'm pretty sure it was that old lady only.but when I woke up I cannot remember her face.

anyone had this same problem?
is your dream looks pretty realistic?
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