Friday, June 17, 2011

Filler Post

Why I Need to Start Keeping A 
Sleeping Journal

It's just am image now.
At sleep it was full, real, sensible.
Funny.
"I should write this down."
"Naw, this is too damn good to forget."
So there it sits now,
like a comically posed corpse. 
Not saying it would have turned out any good.
But would be nice to know.

40 comments:

  1. Your dreams are giving you the finger, sort them out.

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  2. It's always best to write it down fast. I've forgotten lots of really far out, "unforgettable", dreams myself.

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  3. I toyed with the idea of doing this once, enver followed it through

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  4. i never remember my dreams, maybe that would change it....

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  5. this happens to me all the time. in my 20s i never forgot great ideas; i could have them in my head for days without writing them down. now, i forget everything within ten minutes - it's a bummer.
    great blog, as always. thanks. stop by my site when you get the chance:
    Models From The Earth

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  6. why wonder most people do remember or they don't

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  7. Dream journal is a good step towards remembering your dreams (tells your subconscious they're important to remember), and a nice start for lucid dreaming, too (I got an article on that up on my blog, if you're interested)

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  8. I might start one too! I remember i used to keep one and I realised that i always had music in my dreams which was interesting. Looking forwards to what you reveal to yourself!

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  9. Dream journals are essential if you want to have wet dreams ;)

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  10. Dream journals are essential if you wanna have a lucid dream!!! I once tried to archive this, but i failed :(.

    Nice entry!

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  11. wow thats..thats true and nice ryming

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  12. I could never keep a dream journal... I dream about way too much weird stuff to just have laying around on paper.

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  13. That's really interesting, I never thought of that. I will have to look into this dream journal thing as well.

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  14. Dont be so depressed about things, everything wont be ok. ok friend? followed

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  15. I would keep a sleeping journal, but I think it is too dangerous to hold a sharp object like a pen while you are sleeping.

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  16. I banged a hot asian chick in my dream last night. Shit was so cash.

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  17. I also need a dream journal, to keep all those lost ideas.

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  18. After waking from a really interesting dream I go over it a few times so that I can try and remember it for later.

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  19. Happens to me a lot, have a dream that's so vivid and real you think you'll have enough time to eventually write it down but then you're struggling to remember, with the image on the edge of your brain, trying to reel it in like a fish on tense rod only to watch the fish swim away with the rob in tow...

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  20. I have a journal next to my head with a full ink pen just in case this happens to me :)

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  21. Also want to start a sleeping journal, you know what im going to do it. First thing in the morning! thanks for the inspiration, seriously!

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  22. Not sure about the filler title, I liked this.

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  23. Yeah try a dream journal bro ;D i wanna know what the dream was about now :P

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  24. Like a few others, i can never remember my dreams

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  25. A healthy balance between remembering/forgetting and writing down is something I am trying to achieve and not only with dreams...

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  26. you write in your sleep? wild.

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  27. Nice! Keep up the good work!

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  28. I'm sure you could find someone to just watch you sleep... kinda weird though.

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  29. Just call me when you are about to sleep, so I can see you in your dream(s). :)

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  30. dreams are just our mind getting some rest. take it or leave it.

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  31. Our mind stores our dreams in a very volatile form. If you don't think about your dream long enough, it'll be gone in a matter of hours :(

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  32. also helps in the process of "lucid dreaming"

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