Do you dream in color or black and white?

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Some people report they dream in color, others in black and white. Some dream experts claim that those who dream in color are more creative by nature. But who knows, huh?

So what about you? Do you dream in color or black and white? Curious minds would really like to know.

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dlc
9 months ago

Usually color, far less frequently in black and white, always in 3D with sound, feel, and smellovision. Sometimes it’s difficult to distinguish sleeping from being awake. Pretty nice when it’s a good dream. SERIOUSLY SUCKS when my PTSD intrudes.

Billy Bob Thorton
9 months ago

I dream of Jeanie.

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9 months ago

😆 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Gene Bjerke
9 months ago

I said “color only” but, of course, it’s hard to remember. My impression is that I dream in color, but it is fairly muted; except for a dream I remember from childhood that had a brilliant yellow lightning flash (as in a comic book) in it. I guess that means I am kind of creative but not much. Shucks.

Bob p
9 months ago

I answered I don’t know because it’s dark and I can’t see very well without my glasses.

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9 months ago
Reply to  Bob p

That explains why I don’t know, either, Bob! Thanks! 😆 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Wolfe
9 months ago
Reply to  Bob p

Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend;
Inside of a dog, it’s much too dark to read.

*bu-dump!* I’ll be here all week…

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9 months ago
Reply to  Wolfe

Good ol’ Groucho Marx. I used to love watching “You Bet Your Life” at my grandparents’ place (since we didn’t have a TV). 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Wolfe
9 months ago

I dream in vivid color 100% of the time as far as I’m aware. Sometimes the dream is actually about the color (eg. dreaming about arguing with my son painting his room in eye-burning colors, or why my car is the wrong color even though my wife insists it’s mine).

I’m also a “lucid dreamer” about 80% of the time (aware that I am dreaming, and able to change elements in the dream without waking, or wake intentionally when the dream is boring me). Most of the time it’s fun (nightmare? Melt the jerks head. Can’t hike over that valley? Now I can fly…). I’m not sure if this means I don’t sleep as deeply / my brain must be more awake than normal (?), but I assume it’s just reason #437 why I’m weird…

Tommy Molnar
9 months ago

Regarding dreaming in black and white – or color. At first I thought, “Oh absolutely in color”. But after re-thinking this, I’m not sure. I rarely even remember what (or if) I dreamt. Years ago I would keep a pad and pencil next to my bed so if I woke up from a dream I could write down a couple of key words so I could later recollect what the dream was. That didn’t work out so well, so I quit. I wish it had because as we all know, some dreams are just plain goofy and make NO sense.