Who is author of your dreams?

Who is author of your dreams?

plasturion
May 18, 2018
but please don't say stupid like - brain is.

» 20 Answers

  • MiguelinCrafter
    May 18, 2018
    brain is stupid yeah
  • Sliter
    May 18, 2018
    obsessions, worries and desires I think ...
  • Zyvyn
    May 18, 2018
    I tend to dream of my desires
  • DeadlyFoez
    May 18, 2018
    Nightmares for me. Mainly myself, my father, and my ex. I only have nightmares.
  • ov3rkill
    May 18, 2018
    depression and anxiety. author and publisher, respectively.
  • BEACHBUM
    Jun 14, 2018
    Stephen King- I would give him a 7/10 for defending himself against the child orgy at the end of "It", and his books a 12/10 because they are interesting
  • Chipidy
    Jul 1, 2018
    My author would have to be JK Rowling. Not because of the books, because of the spelling mistakes in the books. So I have her write my dreams, and they are F'ed up. Also because she is a fan of waffels and I am not.
  • DrGreed
    Jul 1, 2018
    Depends on the day. I also have a fear of driving. Like I'll drive if I have to but my anxiety peaks when I'm driving. So sometimes I have dreams where I'm driving but I have no control of the car.
  • DinohScene
    Jul 2, 2018
    Well, dreams are projections of your brain.
    I also read something about people who grew up with black/white telly usually have dreams in black/white.

    To me, me dreams are authored by me, molded by me.
    Lucid dreams ftw!
  • Jiehfeng
    Jul 3, 2018
    I am usually amazed by my dreams, they have such intriguing stories and plots that I myself could never conceive of creating one myself, but alas it is the work of my brain. I guess the brain just uses your desires from your mind and creates a story on its own based on all the information it always gathers throughout your life, it then functions on its own and you become the audience.
  • Idaho
    Jul 4, 2018
    Used to be me but now that I'm depressed I don't want to believe this comes from me as well...
  • EmanueleBGN
    Jul 4, 2018
    The subconscious
  • Meteor7
    Jul 5, 2018
    A hairy midget in a small sweaty room with a sick sense of humor and a penchant for body horror.
  • The Real Jdbye
    Jul 5, 2018
    I'm the author of my own dreams.

    But if you mean actual writers? That would have to be Terry Goodkind.
  • plasturion
    Jul 5, 2018
    To be author of own dreams sounds great. I like it. The subconscious? Collective or individual? I guess we can dream answers of others thoughts, so dreams depends more to the enviroment. I don't really get that abstract fields but If we are conected to something wider, than i guess our brain is more like reciever than transmiter. hmm
  • lcie nimbus
    Jul 6, 2018
    Me.
  • brickmii82
    Jul 7, 2018
    Dreams have different meanings. Do you mean dreams in a “end goals” way or dreams in a “movie while sleeping way?”
  • VinsCool
    Jul 8, 2018
    I wish I knew.

    Seriously though, there are many valid answers.
    Most of what Sliter and Ov3rkill have said makes sense to me. It can only be why I make so many dreams with recurring patterns over and over.
  • plasturion
    Jul 8, 2018
    The main question is about "movie" however "end goals" i like as an answer too.
    I agree so many valid answers... but honestly i can't choose which one is best.
    Worries, desires? hmm sounds more like parallel side effects of something... but not a source.
    How about this, commonly you don't have any nightmares, but there's one night for example you dream about catastrophic disaster, let's say plane crash. You wake up imediatelly and 10 sec later you hear a detonation explosion, someone placed a bomb under a car nearby. Nightmares itselfs are not bad, but they say that's something wrong in your neighborhood or your close enviroment. I guess it can be worries but not always yours.
  • Biff627
    Jul 8, 2018
    Whatever or whomever is the author of my dreams... they either quit or died. Been complete darkness since the age of 13 :)