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Old 05-03-2007, 03:54   #1
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Freaky Dreams and a good nights sleep.

One of the things I remember most of spending nights and weeks at sea,was my sleep and dream paterns.In 48yrs of life I can only recall maybe 3 dreams that were in colour while on land. I have many recollections of coloured dreams whilst at sea,and the intensity of dreams in general.Has anyone else experienced similar?Rocking off(pun intended)is just so relaxing to the normal stress's of everyday life that one feels,OMG,I hope it's not Fraudian.Mudnut.
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What does the difference of colour and B/W mean???
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Freudian Fraud

I'm sure you meant Freudian, as in Sigmund Freud, but "fraudian" is actually very funny.

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Very common, one of the things I enjoy about the longer passages, after two days without sleep most people start to hallucinate, I have a woman who sits next to me in the cockpit and sings.
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One of the things I remember most of spending nights and weeks at sea,was my sleep and dream paterns.In 48yrs of life I can only recall maybe 3 dreams that were in colour while on land. I have many recollections of coloured dreams whilst at sea,and the intensity of dreams in general.Has anyone else experienced similar?Rocking off(pun intended)is just so relaxing to the normal stress's of everyday life that one feels,OMG,I hope it's not Fraudian.Mudnut.
Hi Mudnut,

Apparently dreaming is a sign that you are in a deep, restful sleep. I would therefore interpret that to mean that you sleep deeper at sea than while on land.

That bein said, I dream vividly, in colour, most nights, whether on land or on the water. My "water dreams" seem to be more peaceful, though.

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Hey Mudnut, if ya dreaming is in B&W, maybe you need to adjust the Arial.
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Hey Mudnut, if ya dreaming is in B&W, maybe you need to adjust the Arial.
You could be onto something there Wheels,I might even try catching the sheep instead of counting them,"Whats it like? "Mudnut.
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Very common, one of the things I enjoy about the longer passages, after two days without sleep most people start to hallucinate, I have a woman who sits next to me in the cockpit and sings.
I would rather like a galley whench .Mudnut.
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Hi Mudnut,

Apparently dreaming is a sign that you are in a deep, restful sleep. I would therefore interpret that to mean that you sleep deeper at sea than while on land.

That bein said, I dream vividly, in colour, most nights, whether on land or on the water. My "water dreams" seem to be more peaceful, though.

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Ditto,to the last P/graph.Mudnut.
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Water dreams??????

I'm not going to touch that one
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I'm not going to touch that one
C'mon,dont be a chicken.Lots of people wake up in the shallow end of the dream/pool once in a while. Mudnut.
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