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My dreams repeat, not over nights but within themselves with slight changes. I also tend to feel a strong sense of deja vu the second time around so I'm aware in some sense (I feel deja vus very often in day to day life)
Like I'll experience a scene with my parents, talking or similiar, something else happens and then I somehow go back into talking with my parents again.
Sometimes it seems that I'm aware of it and I noticed more than once that my dream self said something along the lines of "I wanna see that again" or "I need to repeat that". Like studying.
>>720>>places I've been to, but mixed in a way that create new places, so I can't recognize them
I have kinda the same dream every now and then. But it's my hometown, with a different layout. (ie a plaza where a hotel used to be, roads that weren't in the original layout, etc)
I've also been having a lot of dreams where i get shot in the head
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I don't remember most of my dreams but i know buying my little pony toys at the store is a recurring theme in my dreams
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>schools, especially cafeterias and rows of lockers
>places I used to live
>malls, sometimes merging with schools
>houses with tons of staircases and usually one room at the very top
>vast underground complexes
>driving, or trying unsuccessfully to find my car
>systems of narrow, sometimes very steep dirt trails winding through the woods
>bathrooms (but only when I have to pee IRL)
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My only repeating theme is my mother yelling at me. I don't know why, but every few dreams my mother appears randomly and starts critiquing what I'm doing. I feel like there's some Freudian bent to this because all her dream rants sound like her irl.
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Going back to college and being intellectually challenged with new things to learn.