I had a dream where my teeth were falling out.
…WHAAT? I thought that was just something people used as a dramatic example. You actually had that dream?
Yep and it was wild. It started with pain in my jaw, then I could feel how loose some of my teeth were. Next thing I know I’m taking teeth out with minimal effort because I’m scared I might choke.
Some of my teeth weren’t even coming out in one piece. For some only the top half came out or even less. I could feel blood pooling in my mouth, my cheeks were puffed…Then I eventually woke up waiting for a dentist I know in real life to help me.
I’m going to be honest with you: that’s terrifying.
Is it weird I didn’t think that?
One hundred percent. So what did you think?
I was just glad I woke up, I guess. I also got really curious about what those dreams mean.
Did you look it up?
Yeah, but the answers were all over the place. It could mean anything from saying something I regret; needing a nudge for me to say something; having to make a major decision soon; having trouble sharing my thoughts; stress; a fear of aging; insecurity; grinding my teeth-
So basically anything.
Hahaha; more or less.
Well, all I’m going to say is I better not have a similar dream now that you’ve told me because I’ll be paranoid for days. And I mean it.
I make no promises.
…I’ve never felt more pressure to go to the dentist.
The other night I dreamt I went abroad to investigate the death of my best friend.
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“What if when we dream we’re stepping into another version of ourselves?”
“Like in another dimension or something?”
“Yes! Exactly that.”
“Then…that would be terrifying.”
“Because in my dream last night; I witnessed an act of terrorism.”
I have a theory that when I wake up from a a bad dream it means I died in the dream. Now I know this isn’t new and a lot of people agree under the idea that our brains don’t know what it’s like after we die so we just wake up.
For me though I don’t think I’ve ever actually dreamed of myself being killed or dying (
that i can remember). Instead it’s like I wake up several scenes before it would get to that point which is kind of weird to me. After all the horror/thriller movies I’ve watched I know my brain definitely has the material work with and yet it just doesn’t happen.
Let’s take the most recent dream which left me waking up feeling that weird..I don’t know if it’s anxiety or adrenaline or a racing heartbeat. In the dream I was being stalked by someone, the person was arrested, and I was driving with a friend somewhere to unwind. During the drive I started to realize the wrong person had been arrested and it was my ‘friend’ who was doing it the whole time. Then the dream jumped to me in the hotel bathroom trying to get service to call the police. The door was locked and my friend was trying to get in to see if I was okay; growing more and more aggressive as time went on. I couldn’t get service for the life of me and eventually my friend was able to chip out a bit of one of the slots on the door that look like permanently closed blinds to peek through. I was having trouble moving properly and I’m pretty sure I was drugged, but I tried to stay calm and not let them see that I was crying/freaking out while trying to text 9.1.1. instead.
What happened next? I don’t know. My last memory of the dream before waking up was managing to pull myself close to the window to try and get reception to send the text.
I think it’s pretty safe to assume I didn’t send the text. Or that I didn’t make it period, but that’s A-okay. I’ve never really looked into the meaning behind dreams or anything except for the whole “if i wake up in a bad situation then i didn’t make it” bit, so there really isn’t much I can say about it. What I can say though is maybe it’s my fear of death that makes it so my dreams never really dip into the dying stage? It certainly makes enough sense on my end.