My brain seems to enjoy scaring me lately rather then giving me nice dreams. So i'll draw the dreams I want. Riding a ponycorn on a rainbow? Heck yeah! *hums robotic unicorn song*
I seem to be having bad dreams again. It's weird. A few people joke around that "a clean conscience means good dreams!" but really, even when i'm not stressed out or worrying or feeling guilty I still seem to have nightmares. Maybe it's my brain working too much. I'm always thinking, but I don't really do anything to tire my body out. Tired brain in ready-for-action body gives out messed up dreams? Maybe. I don't know. I wish dream catchers worked. I already have two in the apartment. *laughs*
Dreamcatchers are awesome. I wish I could buy a really big, crazy elaborate one. It would probably make my window look like it's got a giant spiderweb, but hey. To me, it would be cool.
Kinda makes me wonder about that whole "vivid dreaming" thing. My dreams are often logical enough (they sometimes inspired stories!) and I usually remember most of them. I seem to be rather lucid in dreams, and often eventually try to take control of a nightmare when I "realize" it's a nightmare. It never works though. Nightmares just get freakier. Like it's suddenly a battle. Kinda like in "Inception" I guess, but much less constructed and James-Bond-y (seriously, what was up with the James Bond part of the movie?) I also often die, fall and fly in dreams. It's suppose to be the elements people dream the most about. A lot of people try to analyze what it means. Nobody really agrees though.
I know one of the weirdest recurring nightmares I had was that I was in a weird metal/glass labyrinth with purple gas slowly poisoning people. And I have to get a character out. Often that character was an imaginary one and changed depending on my favorite book/comic/movie of the time. I never managed to get out of that darn labyrinth. Always ended up poisoned. :( Oh well.
What about you guys? How goes the dreamworld?