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#14 - anon (04/03/2012) [-]
To see a mannequin in your dream represents an extension of your own self that you are projecting. You may feel that you are not playing an active enough role in some situation. Consider how the mannequin is dressed for clues as to what you may wish to act out, but have not done so.

To hear whispering in your dream suggests that you need to pay closer attention to something or listen to someone more carefully. Alternatively, whispering represents your insecurities and anxieties. You feel that people are talking about you behind your back.

To see a warehouse in your dream represents stored energy or hidden resources. The warehouse also refers to memories. Alternatively, the warehouse means that you are putting your ambitions and goals on hold.
To see an abandoned or empty warehouse indicates that your inner resources have been depleted. You need to take some time off to restore your energy and replenish your resources

Old (if old warehouse)
To see something old in your dream suggests that there is something in your life that you need to replace or get rid of. Alternatively, the dream means that there may be something in the past that you need to incorporate into your current life.

To dream that you (or something) are shaking suggests that you are getting rid of your old habits and former ways of thinking. You need to get rid of the old in order to welcome in the new and better. Shake things up a bit. Alternatively, shaking is symbolic of fear.

To have a blurry dream indicates that there is something you are not confronting or are refusing to see. Life may be passing you by if you do not participate in it. It also represents secrets and confusion. Perhaps you think that someone is trying to keep something from you.
User avatar #15 to #14 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
Anon was helpful? What trickery is this?!
User avatar #19 to #15 - ninetwenty (04/03/2012) [-]
Me forgetting to logg in...
User avatar #20 to #19 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
It's all good man.
User avatar #17 to #14 - ninetwenty (04/03/2012) [-]
To see quick, smooth movement in your dream represents self-acceptance or your quick wit. You are able to express your feelings with ease. Alternatively, the dream may be a metaphor telling you that you need to get a move on things.
#51 - anon (04/05/2012) [-]
if you ask me, and im a professional dream interpreter,
it seems like all the rustling you are hearing, is simply your jimmies
#28 - thebeer (04/04/2012) [-]
You say the mannequins end up standing directly behind you?
User avatar #29 to #28 - SheWolfie (04/04/2012) [-]
you...you shouldn't have done that
User avatar #38 - thecatholic (04/04/2012) [-]
Let me see if I can interpret this for you....
The moving mannequins represent things outside of yourself, external forces and people. The fact that they move only when you don't look represents the feeling that you aren't aware of what is happening around you. The mannequins show up directly behind you because you feel that the things you can't see are trying to attack you. (Paranoia is a strong aspect of yourself, no?) The fuzzy figure is the quintessence of the unknown and feared. As to what happens when you are awake, I can only say that your brain just loves ******* with you. The repeated nature of the dream basically means that your brain tries to get you to actively accept your personality quirks.
#8 - fuckaduck (04/03/2012) [-]
Excellent remake film to have as the subject of your psychosis.   
Sorry, I meant, 'nightmare'.
Excellent remake film to have as the subject of your psychosis.

Sorry, I meant, 'nightmare'.
User avatar #11 to #8 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
I'm really glad someone else actually liked the movie. It's not so much the images in my dream that freak me out but that weird ass sound.
#36 - houseofbrick (04/04/2012) [-]
My dreams end up in 3 categories: the evil, the insane and the terrifying. You might be wondering what I mean by these, but I'll provide an example of each.

Before I begin, I have to mention that I have attempted lucid dreaming, but I never have any real control over my dreams beyond the most basic things, like walking in one direction rather than another. I'm a little afraid of dreaming because I lose all active control over what is happening.

Evil: I am in a mall murdering people (like in No Russian from MW2, M240 and all), destroying things and I even rape a woman surrounded by her dead family members. I specifically target children and families to incur the most emotional impact and try to wrack up a high kill count.

Insane: I am traveling through what appears to be a mix of the Grand Canyon and the mountain terrains from Duke Nukem 3D until I reach a giant crashed alien space ship. In the space ship physically attached to the control console is an alien/human/machine hybrid named William with frazzy hair and he gives me a mission to go kill some teachers. After I leave the ship, I walk down a crevasse and see two teachers standing around. I throw apples and pencils at them until they die.

Terrifying: I'm being chased through a maze-like mansion by some horrifying thing ( don't remember what it looks like) and I'm finding the people that I love dead in various jump-scare moments. Eventually, I think the thing has run off when I turn and it's right in front of me. It grabs me, picks me up with its claws piercing my flesh and it brings me closer to its face while it just has a hungry grin on its face that is indescribably horrifying. I want to scream as loud as I can, but all I can manage is the faintest breaths.

I ******* hate dreaming, Funnyjunk. Either I hate myself for doing horrible things (I'm a moralfag pacifist IRL), wonder if somebody slipped me LSD before sleeping or find myself too terrified to leave my sheets...

tl;dr I dream, too, hurr durr
User avatar #39 to #36 - thecatholic (04/04/2012) [-]
release your guilt and accept what you have done. It'll be hard because it's your sub conscience that you need to come to terms with.
User avatar #40 to #39 - houseofbrick (04/04/2012) [-]
I just can't come to terms with the fact that I've done it because I really didn't. I feel like I'm trapped in my own body and somebody else is controlling it when I dream. There's a distinct disconnect and I know that I'm dreaming but if it's an unpleasant dream at all, then I can't wake up no matter how hard I try.
User avatar #41 to #40 - thecatholic (04/04/2012) [-]
IDK. Maybe you feel as if you have lost control of your life. I'm not going to just play doctor, so dream-theme for dream-theme: In all of my dreams, I'm almost never myself. I always play the role of some random person.
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User avatar #45 to #42 - maggotinfantry (04/04/2012) [-]
I hate those sort of dreams where nobody sees/hears you. And I gagged even thinking about that feeling you describe.
#54 to #42 - anon (05/14/2012) [-]
Yup, in dreams you can actually feel things, not only see or hear...
User avatar #32 - adrilazzaro (04/04/2012) [-]
fortunatly puberty can make any nightmare into a wetdream or sex related dream.
User avatar #31 - cupcaketroll (04/04/2012) [-]
i had a dream that a bear was attacking my face, and then i woke up to discover that my cat was actually just walking over me.
User avatar #30 - yungmoula (04/04/2012) [-]
i had a dream and i heard a bee in my ears and i woke up and panicked the **** out cause i thought there was in my room, later that evening i realized i just farted REALLY loud and i woke myself up :3
#27 - anon (04/04/2012) [-]
sounds like you were playing nightmare house 2
User avatar #9 - greatboobya (04/03/2012) [-]
I dream of being outside... my town is completely dark, I am completely lost and trying to find my way home, buildings and streets are confusing and look nothing like they do in reality and then I end up on some high ruined bridge.I wake up feeling completely dread. Heights in my dreams are very unpleasant. I had this exact dream a couple times this year.

Brain, why you make me feel bad?
#13 to #9 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
Heights already freak me out so I couldn't even imagine how distorted dream heights are. I feel for you.
User avatar #16 to #13 - greatboobya (04/03/2012) [-]
My legs turn into buzzy macaroni when I stand somewhere high. Even heights in video games rustle my jimmies quite a lot.
User avatar #18 to #16 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
Even being ten feet off the ground starts to give me vertigo. Also, anytime you get near a high edge or balcony do you get that unshakable feeling someone is about to push you off? **** sucks.
User avatar #23 to #18 - greatboobya (04/03/2012) [-]
I think I'd be a very overprotective parent. If I leave my pet alone I always check for possible health hazzards or scold my mom for sliding on kitchen floor. I also always double-check if I had locked the door, turned the lights off and so on.
User avatar #21 to #18 - greatboobya (04/03/2012) [-]
Well...not really. I think that I'm going to slip or something is going to break off at any time, not that someone is about to push me. I've always been very careful, never a daredevil. Hell, I didn't even climb trees as a kid.

#22 to #21 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
I didn't either. Which coming from someone in my area is pretty odd. Screw high places.
I didn't either. Which coming from someone in my area is pretty odd. Screw high places.
User avatar #7 - xxfireflyxx (04/03/2012) [-]
I hate recurring dreams, it's so hard to tell if you've gone psycho or if something is seriously wrong...
#33 - anon (04/04/2012) [-]
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User avatar #2 to #1 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
I admit it's a bit long so I can't blame you. Still, to be a good sport I'll give you a thumb for that awesome gif.
User avatar #3 to #2 - funnymidget (04/03/2012) [-]
Just for the thumb, Ill thumb your content, b/c I forgot to
User avatar #4 to #3 - maggotinfantry (04/03/2012) [-]
Thank you good sir/madame, although it's no big deal. It's pretty creepy to me but probably not anyone else so I expect it'll drown and be lost forever.
User avatar #5 to #4 - funnymidget (04/03/2012) [-]
It's sir. And I read that, and HOLY **** . I would of shat myself. (I'm only 13) So, dude, Feelin' bad for ya.
User avatar #52 - necrophyxia (04/06/2012) [-]
I've read but one of your comments and recognize this immediately, good news is you need not fear.

This is a possession, oddly enough a benevolent one. I'd suggest talking to elder family members about having strange dreams of silhouettes or dark forests as this seems to be a wood or shadow spirit.

There would be a significant change in activity beyond just frequency if it were malevolent and it seems as though your friend is trying to tell you something. Try remembering back to other times where you dreamt this and any important events that might coincide, it may hold the key.

I'll be up for a while should you care to discuss this further.
#53 to #52 - anon (05/14/2012) [-]
It's all in his mind you dick. That evil spirit nonesense is just ******** .
#43 - GibbyTheGerbil (04/04/2012) [-]
latent psychic ability. most likely something bad is going to happen. it won't directly effect you but more than likely you will notice it and it will change something about your life. i have dreams like this often. one was of myself as a shadow walker caring for a group of lost children. to this day parents will trust me with their kids even if they've only known me for a short time.
User avatar #44 to #43 - maggotinfantry (04/04/2012) [-]
One of the more interesting ideas. The thing is I've had it for years. The psychic thing I remain skeptical but open minded about. Although now that I think about it pretty much all animals seem terrified of me. I've made a full grown pitbull piss itself by making prolonged eye contact. Time to RESEARCH ALL THE THINGS!
#48 to #44 - GibbyTheGerbil (04/05/2012) [-]
research is ALWAYS the best of ideas! and i am super happy you have an open mind about things and if it helps you in any way i'm glad!
#55 - anon (05/31/2012) [-]
Well 			*****		... You gonna die.   
Jokes aside, I'd not let it bother you. If it was going to do something, it already would have.
Well ***** ... You gonna die.

Jokes aside, I'd not let it bother you. If it was going to do something, it already would have.
#34 - dwarfman (04/04/2012) [-]
Have had a reoccurring dream. Well a reoccurring series of dreams.

Starred off like this: I'm in Rome then there is fire before me. I see charred corpses and dark beasts feeding upon them. They only stop to look at me and refer to me as "Sir" or "master".

Next dream was a week later: Moscow gun shots dark figures charging lines beside me city burns as we sweep over them.

3 days after: Desert looks like it was the great plains during the dust bowl crops sickly, rotten; people cowering as I pass, thin pale.

2 weeks pass: I stand overlooking ruins of modern cities. A dark howling wind sweeps by can actually feel the chill. The world is silent it is purged of life.

Being religious I associate this with revelations, though I'm not one to buy into miracles or the apocalypse. I was deeply depressed by what I dreamt, it disconcerting.
#26 - richnourishing (04/04/2012) [-]
this happens to me as well when i used to sleep with the fan on, i don't why but i always had really scary dreams and i would panic and sweat and stuff, it seriously got  really freaky I NEVER SLEEP WITH FAN ANYMORE
this happens to me as well when i used to sleep with the fan on, i don't why but i always had really scary dreams and i would panic and sweat and stuff, it seriously got really freaky I NEVER SLEEP WITH FAN ANYMORE
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