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I think it's likely that it could be an indication of what you would do, especially if the dream plays out with you unaware of the fact that you're dreaming. My dreams are usually very bizarre and I act in very bizarre ways, but the basic elements usually come down to embracing/escaping a situation, helping/hurting someone/something...
On the other hand, when I'm dreaming I'm often "lucid" so I can't really make an accurate personal judgement. (When I say "lucid" I'm aware of the dream but I've never changed things into other things or whatever... honestly I hope I never do, as that would get really boring. Think of "The Cell")
I'm more or less the same person I am in dreams, though the situation is very complicated, and I think I'm a little mad.
Re: dream behaviour vs. reality behaviour [Re: Anonymous] #523187 - 01/17/02 06:44 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)
There are several types of dreams, some are compensation dreams others are power dreams (spirit dreams) and some are just brain farts.
It is hard to tell in your case, but i have a question that may help you.
Are you right now avoiding some type of confrontation in your real life, with a situation or with some one?
Perhaps that?s why you have so many fighting dreams?
It is very good to keep a log like you do, but I find that the answer of some dreams comes after a long time.