If I wasn’t sure I was losing my mind before, I know for certain now that there is most definitely something wrong with my brain.
The majority of the dreams I remember are short, and consist of me doing mundane, everyday tasks. Not really that big of an issue, right?
On their own, no. However, it’s gotten to the point where it is highly difficult, if not impossible, to tell the difference between those dreams and my waking reality.
I’ve gotten these sorts of dreams before, although they weren’t always quite as mundane as they’ve become. And more often than not, these dreams happened to be true. As in, my subconscious could show me short blips of my relatively immediate future (within the same month or so), giving me the sense of deja vu when said dream events did occur in real life.
So, in short, the more mundane my remembered realistic dreams have been, the less likely they are to be of any emotional/mental significance. I was thinking that maybe these dreams are merely fragments of memories, but if they are, they don’t quite feel like my memories. I have had at least one dream where I was in the POV of someone else looking at myself, and that one ended up actually happening, so that’s an idea.
…No, I don’t have a conclusive ending to this post. I’m just as confused as you are, although I thought that maybe getting all this down into writing would help.