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Mostly about ex-girlfriends trying to murder me and their fathers running for cover right along side me, or about video games/experiences i've had recently but every once in a while i see the future. maybe not as someone who practices divination would see it, but i dream of effects that i don't physically see until weeks later. Deva Vu in dreams is connected with a higher understanding of your sub-conscious and the universe as a whole and i've been having them since i was 10 or so. Absolutes will be the downfall of science and psychology, especially since everyone not only stresses and struggles to be different, but since everyone is actually different.

i feel the same (and have similar dreams lol), i think heavy smokers do tend to have a better understanding of their subconscious and that lends to your being able to regain dreams, and to a greater extent some can control their dreams, and i can allow my body to fall asleep while my mind is awake. This trance state allows you to do some very interesting things with your brain, including things like astral projection or setting yourself up to enter a specific dream. what i find most interesting is that i've also had dreams where i experienced the future, i dreamt my entire first day of my senior year of high school. It really freaked me out when i walked into this room i'd never been in before and recognized it. I'm quite sure pot affects dreams, and in general the basic "i don't dream while im stoned" mantra does seem to work with lighter smokers but once you done it everyday for a few years your brain seems to acclimate to an abundance of cannabinoids and all the time with them lets you watch how they work with your brain and others, which in turn give clues to how the brain works. Been smoking daily for almost 10 years but I take a break every now and then. Frequent smoker, and I also meditate and study dreams, lucid dreams, etc. I think I am going to do some studies on smoking cannabis plus brainwave meditation audio plus transcranial stimulation.

Will post the results on http://www.morebuds.com if I find any really good links between sleep, cannabis, dreaming, and other meditative states. I too am a daily user of cannabis as well as an active lucid dreamer. As much as I enjoy enlightening others, I won't flood this post with my ideas. What weed does to dreams, if anything, is slow the REM process and definitely alters the ability to recall, as it does while awake. I record an average of 3 dreams a night and they are no different if when I've been on a break from smoking. I'm not a regular smoker, I personally can't afford to be, however when I do smoke I often find I have longer sleeps and more vivid dreams. When I drink alcohol I'm pretty sure I don't dream, or I simply don't remember it, but when I'm stoned I definitely dream, and my dreams are more 'epic' if that makes sense? I smoke regularly to but, its different for me i dream sometimes when i smoke but,not all the time.When i do dream,i can remember the dream,if i were to go straight back to sleep sometimes i can go back to the same dream.And wven take control of it almost.because in the dream i can acest that it is one. I smoke regularly to but, its different for me i dream sometimes when i smoke but,not all the time.When i do dream,i can remember the dream,if i were to go straight back to sleep sometimes i can go back to the same dream.And wven take control of it almost.because in the dream i can acest that it is one.i also left this out sometimes if i dont smoke for a couple days i cant sleep regularly. I consume marijuana multiple occasions per day, I dream every night. The strange thing is that my friends cannot recall their own dreams yet we smoke together every time. I think dreams vary from person to person as do the effects of marijuana per person. I consume marijuana multiple occasions per day, I dream every night. The strange thing is that my friends cannot recall their own dreams yet we smoke together every time. I think dreams vary from person to person as do the effects of marijuana per person. I have been smoking marijuana for the past 4 years before i quit few months ago, it was me and a my cousin who decided to so. it is true dreams become very realistic and are considered to be nightmares. My cousin experienced the same thing, what i think it is that when ur high u do dream but u do not remember ur dreams. after 3 months of quiting i was smoking again and again dreamed disappeared. and and just yesterday (after 2 months of smoking) i decided to quit again, and i dreamt that i was sleeping with a girl (it was a good one) but this dream kept me thinking the whole day; not about the sex but about how deep and realistic the dream was. reading this article made me was a coincidence for me, and i truly believe that quiting weed makes ur dream and remember ur dreams, its sometimes could get scary. I'm off to bed after my second day of quitting, i hope ill have a nice dream just like the one of yesterday!

I have been smoking for the last 5 years and I decided to quit just three weeks ago. These past few nights I've been having really vivid dreams that feel SO real to me that I will wake up and think about them for at least 30 minutes. Some of them have been bad, but most have been great. I haven't remembered MOST, (not saying all, but most), of my dreams the whole time I have smoked weed, but it seems that every single night I can remember every dream I have, and this includes waking up from one dream and falling back asleep and going into a totally new one. This makes me firmly believe that weed does have an effect on dreams, but some people say that it doesn't. In the end, every person is different and experiences different things but I'm glad to know other people have been having this same phenomenon happen to them. I smoked very heavily for about two years and throughout this time, even when I quit for a week or so, I recall that I did not have dreams. I didn't notice until I quit early last year, and I remember that in the weeks after I quit, I had several violent and vivid nightmares.

They were unlike any nightmares I had ever had before because they were so real and they terrified me. I also remember that right before I quit I would smoke before bed and be afraid to go to sleep high because I didn't like the sensation that I was just 'dropping' into this nothingness where I did not dream. After awhile I made the connection between my not dreaming and my weed smoking, and it really scared me. I've always had intense and vivid dreams for as long as I can remember, and I truly enjoyed them (when they weren't nightmares).

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