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Do you dream you're beautiful?

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~Nova~

I wake up in the middle of the night after a dream where I picture all of the beautiful woman I have seen during the day. The attributes they exhibit, the way they walk, talk.

I then put those attributes on me and how I wish I could look like them.

Do you dream you're beautiful.

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Guest Holly S

Dreams... well last night I dreamt that I was a girl, and always had been. I remeber just sitting in the car on the way to school and being completely relaxed. I don't really know how I knew I was a girl, it was just a vibe I got. I didn't see myself or anything, but when I was in the car in real life today, I could sorta picture myself as a girl. The thing I remember the most was how my hair tickled my back.

I don't dream very often at all - at least I almost never remember them - so I'm pretty happy just to know that I dreamt.

Hugs,

Holly

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Guest LaciGirl

I do that during the day too, admire other women I see throughout the day, and have similar dreams. Sometimes they help motivate me, sometimes it frustrates me! But it makes me feel good overall about myself.

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Guest CLAIRE100

I can't say I ever dream that I am beautiful, but I can say that I am grateful for the times that I'm a woman in my dreams.

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Guest Svenna

Yes, and someday my dreams will come true!

So will yours...:)

Love, Svenna

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Guest ChloëC

Researchers say we dream 6 to 8 times a night, but most of us can barely remember one (usually the last) and even then, that disappears from our memories very quickly, unless we make it a point to remember it. From that I'd guess that memories and dreams occupy totally different parts of our mind, and if there is any connection it's a one way street (memory -> dream), unless we actively force it the other way.

I can barely remember a few dreams where I've been cd and had a fear of being outed and that sort of destroys any good feeling (I hate having dreams surround by that kind of fear!). I did have one exotic dream I actually wrote down the next morning where I was a young woman (not just dressed as but reality), and possibly having beautiful features, but I was in a totally different culture (Chinese) and about 1000-1500 years ago, and I knew simultaneously I was this young woman and I was 'me'. The dream itself was both beautiful and frightening.

Hugz

Chloë

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Guest LMTaylor

Yes. I've had dreams before where I looked into a mirror and my reflection was the woman inside. Long raven-black hair, completely feminine facial features, perky but not overbearing breasts, thin but physically fit, in proper female attire... ahhhhh.... but then I wake up.

Lisa

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Guest KristineAlana

Ever since my coming out I've been experiencing a lot of dreams where I'm myself and out in the world, at work, at the store, and then I wake up in these terrible cold sweats.

Hopefully these dreams can come true soon...

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Guest Lacey Lynne

Yes, and someday my dreams will come true!

So will yours... :)

Love, Svenna

Autum:

Me? Dream of that! You mean, like this?

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Now, WHY would I dream of looking like that?

Peace & Joy :friends: Lacey Lynne

Postscript:

The heck yes! Dream about it all day long ... every day ... all the time! Like Svenna said, too, gonna try!

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Guest Donna Jean

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Onstage...beautiful....adored....beautiful....rich.....beautiful.......famous....beautiful......

Oh, and did i mention.......

BEAUTIFUL?

Dee Jay (Edna, peel me a grape)

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Guest Mia J

I really can't remember dreaming I was beautiful.

I do spend time wishing I could look like women I see but at my age that time is gone.

I have a real problem remembering dreams and sadly most of those I remember have not been good ones for the last few months.

Mia

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Guest Megan_Lynn

Hmmm . Never have I had a dream seeing myself as beautiful ever.Am just content having dreams that I am female in. I am a realist by nature and know while my personality/demenor might be very good my outside face and body are bordering on hideous. I am ok with this not everyone was ment to be goodlooking. I am seen as female by pretty much everyone I meet so this is all that matters to me. Would rather be an ugly woman then a good looking guy. Not sure why so many trans people seem to think they need to be some kind of beauty queen. Seriuosly if you are pressenting your target gender and people are excepting this get over the beauty queen ideal. If you are called maam , miss, ect you have already won the grand prize be happy with it. Just my opion....

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Guest Elizabeth K

Seriously, all the women here are beautiful! (Guys are handsome).

We are just as spectacularly beautiful as it is possibly to be! I mean - dang it - we EARNED IT!

So DREAM the life you are going toward - then LIVE it.

Lizzie

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~Nova~

Seriously, all the women here are beautiful! (Guys are handsome).

We are just as spectacularly beautiful as it is possibly to be! I mean - dang it - we EARNED IT!

So DREAM the life you are going toward - then LIVE it.

Lizzie

This.

I don't dream I'm a super model, but I do dream that I'm the girl that heads turn for. Just one in a lifetime and I'd be very happy.

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~Nova~

Ever since my coming out I've been experiencing a lot of dreams where I'm myself and out in the world, at work, at the store, and then I wake up in these terrible cold sweats.

Hopefully these dreams can come true soon...

I felt the same way. I'll never even be able to step outside. Then I did. Then I hoped I'd go to he store, and again I did. Then to dinner, then shopping, then... Now I'm full time.

It happens. Don't rush it.

Best oft luck

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Guest brenda lee

Autumn L ,Sweetie i too dream that i am beatiful.When I see a GG ,i don't desire to be with her.i wish i wa her.i love the the attributes they have. LOL Brenda Lee

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Guest MissSiul

Most of my dreams I'm always female,but something I'm change characters and I'm a guy or animal

I don't remember my face but is usually cute or beautiful.

After coming out I also see a female version of myself in daily-life situations,but in different locations and things like that.

I lucid dreamed that I was 10 again(maybe because I think that I should came out back there) in my old school,I was jumping in joy

and looked at the mirror,but realized that it could only be a dream,but sadly I wasn't female in this lucid dream.

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JJ

Autumn the night after I read this I dreamed I was beautiful alright. And for me that was a nightmare!

:D Different strokes. I am affected when I dream that I am what I was or a woman at all. I also let myself look at the tall lanky men my heart so longs for me to be-but not too often. In my next life I have promised myself to look like Gary Cooper. This time around I'm just working on being thankful I'm not what I used to be and not as bad as I feared it was going to be. I can live with this. As long as I get to be well over 6 feet and flat chested next time :D

Love ya even if you gave me a nightmare

Johnny

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Guest Maria_B

I'm a lot like Chloe. My dreams, I am a beautiful young woman of a different culture in a different time, A young Native American girl. Well, I'll always have the cheekbones of my dreams (Hurah for genes).

Oh, and by young, I mean about 4 years older than how old I am now.

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Guest JordynK

Actually, in the majority of my dreams I am a beautiful woman. And beautiful to me in that sense is that I am happy and comfortable in being who I am, and showing that. It's pretty rare I have a dream where I am a man, I can't honestly remember the last time I was a man in my dreams.

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Guest Lacey Lynne

I'm a lot like Chloe. My dreams, I am a beautiful young woman of a different culture in a different time, A young Native American girl. Well, I'll always have the cheekbones of my dreams (Hurah for genes).

Oh, and by young, I mean about 4 years older than how old I am now.

Maria, you are ALREADY a dream girl! Brainy girls REALLY ROCK, and you're SOOO cute! Oh, to be 4 years older than you are now? Honey, what I wouldn't give to be 4 years older than YOU are now! Four years older than I am now. Girl, don't go there ... just don't GO there ... sigh.

Autumn:

Rock on, girl. Heck, I ALWAYS dream about being a supermodel, and doggone if I ain't gonna try ... appropriate to my age and circumstances.

"Your So Vain" --- Carly Simon (Yeah, Carly, I suppose I am ... sigh ... hee hee!)

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Guest Stuck

I rarely remember my dreams, at all, but I had two the other night that have both stuck with me in a way that, for me, is especially strong. I don't know about "beautiful" but I was a woman in both... and being chased in one. Since I really started to realize/come to terms with/learn I'm not alone, I've thought about dreams quite a bit, and wished I remembered them better, to answer, partly, your question. Partly to have a chance to be who I am, if that makes sense.

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Guest Maitane

I dream and sometimes when at work I almost run into things. I see other woman and say I can look better than her and others I see myself just like her her clothing appearance

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Guest KarenLyn

Even before I transitioned, I had this recurring dream of being at a club dancing with a nice looking guy. In the dream, I'm a beautiful red head wearing a shimmery emerald green satin sheath dress that showed off my shape and cleavage.

I've been a red head off and on since then and I married my guy. I'm still looking for that dress though I don't think it will fit as well as it did in the dream.

Karen Lyn

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