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    Through out my life I have often had a recurring nightmare where I am held down and tourtured. It has been quite some time, before I educated myself on circumcision, since I last had one. Last night my wife had to wake me up twice because of my Nightmares. I'm curious if anyone else has, or have ever had this experience, and if you think it may be tied to being circumcised as an infant.

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    I tend to have a lots of lucid dreams about different stuff and have dreams on circumcision after knowing the evils of circs. I remember a dream where I recall the operation room and I kept on shouting for my guardians to get me out of there. Also the horrid of recovering from cut for 3 weeks. I was cut when I was 11 so do vaguely remember the event.

    Well I dont remember having any bad dreams on circ the last 2 years.....

    Remember that dreams are the embodiment of your thoughts. After taking a positive mindset and improving the situation by restoring I become much more less distressed. Also remember to enjoy sex well as you restore. Think about more on the improvement your restoration efforts have given and brood less on negative thoughts like "If I was not cut sex would better". Also there is Foregen who may be able to regenerate our foreskin......but in the mean time KOT and stay positive!

    Last edited by Nomad; 11-26-2016, 04:25 PM.

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    • #3
      I had several weird anime/video game/book dreams as a kid, and then later after I started a dream journal. I think my brain was using fictional characters/situations as a metaphor (things like "these people get immobilized by an alien plague/virus that's being mass-produced. The aliens either made the plague or are it, I don't know which.")

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        LookingGlass Ive had always wanted to started a comprehensive dream journal. I have had recorded just about 4 dreams which are the most memorable. I dont know where is the txt file I typed them on.

        Btw I have discovered myself that drinking coffee or lots of tea before sleep induces my lucid dreams. Perhaps the caffeine make part of the brain still awake, thus waking the sub consciousness. It sucks though if I am not able to sleep after that caffeine boost

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Nomad View Post
          LookingGlass Ive had always wanted to started a comprehensive dream journal. I have had recorded just about 4 dreams which are the most memorable. I dont know where is the txt file I typed them on.

          Btw I have discovered myself that drinking coffee or lots of tea before sleep induces my lucid dreams. Perhaps the caffeine make part of the brain still awake, thus waking the sub consciousness. It sucks though if I am not able to sleep after that caffeine boost
          I bet you can't sleep after all that caffeine. If you want a really awesome dream experience , try smoking some weed along with taking some melatonin. Not only will you be able to remember your dreams more completely, you can control them!

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          • #6
            I have recurring nightmares about being cut.

            Usually in a very dark place, then it becomes lighter and it's very peaceful. Then there's horrible pain and it's like someone has an apple peeler on my dick. Sometimes I wake up trying to escape. It's fucking horrible. Can never make out any faces or anything it's a very fucked up dream. (Likely, actually... it's a repressed memory of sorts).
            Started CI-0 with no movable skin and 0% FEC

            Currently at CI-4 with 64% FEC

            See my progress gallery

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gdom View Post
              I have recurring nightmares about being cut.

              Usually in a very dark place, then it becomes lighter and it's very peaceful. Then there's horrible pain and it's like someone has an apple peeler on my dick. Sometimes I wake up trying to escape. It's fucking horrible. Can never make out any faces or anything it's a very fucked up dream. (Likely, actually... it's a repressed memory of sorts).
              I have never seen faces as well. In the latest nightmares, what were normally human fugures, were dark clouds of smoke. It had a very evil feel to it.

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                Originally posted by Mr zillow View Post

                I have never seen faces as well. In the latest nightmares, what were normally human fugures, were dark clouds of smoke. It had a very evil feel to it.
                Yes sometimes it seems like the people are shrouded in smoke or something as well. But I never thought of describing it that way. They seemed robed loosely. Doctor's lab coats? No idea. Scary shit. The fact I actually lived through this experience is horrifying to me.
                Started CI-0 with no movable skin and 0% FEC

                Currently at CI-4 with 64% FEC

                See my progress gallery

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gdom View Post

                  Yes sometimes it seems like the people are shrouded in smoke or something as well. But I never thought of describing it that way. They seemed robed loosely. Doctor's lab coats? No idea. Scary shit. The fact I actually lived through this experience is horrifying to me.
                  Normal dreams are always vague. They move from one scene to another as they dont connect. Also the thing is we forget many parts of the dream....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gdom View Post

                    Yes sometimes it seems like the people are shrouded in smoke or something as well. But I never thought of describing it that way. They seemed robed loosely. Doctor's lab coats? No idea. Scary shit. The fact I actually lived through this experience is horrifying to me.
                    We may forget, but the brain never does.

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