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#61:  Author: mystic PostPosted: Thu 03 Jun, 2004
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If you're dreaming, then I'm too because I just noticed it too ^^
Hehe sounds like a full blown SD to me

#62:  Author: PistGurl PostPosted: Fri 02 Jul, 2004
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I'd like to suggest one...SC

Sub Conscious, cos I always type SC without thinking, and ppl always ask me wot it means

SC=Subconscious=•adj. of or concerning the part of the mind of which one is not fully aware but which influences one's actions and feelings

there ^^

Also, I'd like to suggest SIM or SID for Successful Irvine Mission or Successful Irvine Dream. Definition? hehe ok...when PistGurl has succeeded with her mission of coupling repeatedly with Irvine

grin

#63:  Author: Rocky PostPosted: Fri 09 Jul, 2004
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HH - hypnagogic hallucinations – vivid, often frightening, dream-like images and sounds experienced at REM sleep onset, usually accompanied by fear and anxiety; a characteristic feature of narcolepsy.

#64:  Author: mystic PostPosted: Fri 09 Jul, 2004
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A description for NDE:

A so far unexplained phenomenon which occurs when people have nearly died. The person reports about travelling through a tunnel of light and meeting certain spiritual entities. This made some people believe a NDE shows a glimpse of the afterlife.

#65:  Author: PistGurl PostPosted: Thu 15 Jul, 2004
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pft

spam spam spam.........sheesh

sorry, but you haven't added SIM yet. Yoiu should get round to that!

#66:  Author: Atheist PostPosted: Fri 16 Jul, 2004
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PistGurl wrote:
sorry, but you haven't added SIM yet. Yoiu should get round to that!


Do you really expect it to happen frequently enough to merit an acronym? ^^

I'm just kidding. Seriously though, to be realistic, the acronyms should only represent common occurrences that apply to everyone. We can't really have millions of shortcuts for every insignificant reason, or else half of the average post will have a dotted underline. smile

I do like your SC suggestion though. That one would be very handy.

#67:  Author: DreamAddict PostPosted: Fri 16 Jul, 2004
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Last night I had the Dictionary almost updated.
I left my computer for a moment, and came back to it crashed to a blue screen. neutral . . . . the amount of BBCode used in this dictionary is a bit much for me to try to tackle again today ... overspannen
Sorry for the slow update, but I promise to get it soon.

It's also time to remove a bunch of these replies since this thread is reaching 4 pages. (sorry pistgurl .. grin don't be pist wink5 )

#68:  Author: dazed PostPosted: Thu 26 Aug, 2004
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can I add this one?

NWS=Newbie Wake-up Syndrom

#69:  Author: Crouching Lotus PostPosted: Thu 26 Aug, 2004
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Hey this is cool but You don't want posts to start turning into this.. .

Hello, I tried to have an LD last night where I WTS and starting seeing HI and HH and eventually felt SP. I was FO and I got into a WILD but I lost LN and then when I got it again it became a DILD so I did an RC and got L again. Soon I WU and my DR was decent so I went to my DJ and wrote it down.

tounge2

But some of the "ilds" that people suggested are not really common...

This is cool ^^

#70:  Author: JustAToltecDreamer PostPosted: Fri 27 Aug, 2004
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IB for inorganic beings
AP for assemblage point

#71:  Author: Hallstrom PostPosted: Fri 17 Sep, 2004
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MWBTB - Multiple WBTB
or
RWBTB - Repeted WBTB

When you set the alarm (or something else) to wake you up over and over again until you can't go back to sleep anymore.

Sleep 4½-6 hours, |: wake up, write down your deams, go back to sleep for 1-1½ hour
:l repeat from |:

#72:  Author: Johan PostPosted: Sun 26 Sep, 2004
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LA or Lucid Awakening - happens when your ND fades and you realize you're dreaming while waking up.

#73:  Author: Hallstrom PostPosted: Sun 26 Sep, 2004
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Hallstrom wrote:
If you realize that you are dreaming while the dream is fading away and you are starting to wake up, could you call that LA: Lucid Awakening?


I added that one to this thread almost a year ago.. It's probably more likely to get an acronym now that people have started using it on the forum smile

#74:  Author: Johan PostPosted: Sun 26 Sep, 2004
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Hallstrom wrote:
Hallstrom wrote:
If you realize that you are dreaming while the dream is fading away and you are starting to wake up, could you call that LA: Lucid Awakening?


I added that one to this thread almost a year ago.. It's probably more likely to get an acronym now that people have started using it on the forum smile


LOL, I didn't notice it smile Yes, the acronym has been used quite a few times so it may get "official status" now :D

#75:  Author: Qu PostPosted: Sun 26 Sep, 2004
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Added SC, LA and the description of HH



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