Dream Machines?

Just a curiousity…

Any here ever use a dream machine or a supposed device that is intended to increase ones dreams? If so, what are the reactions to it? Are they legitimate?

I’ve never used a dream machine, but I do have a killer recipe for dream-inducing popcorn.

(Don’t try this with micro stuff… it’ll put you in a coma with all the preservatives)

Make popcorn the old-fashioned way, with oil and a pan. When it’s done, sprinkle salt on top, plus a generous amount of brewer’s yeast, which you can get at almost any grocery store.


I don’t know why this works, but it seems to. I’ve experienced more vivid and frequent dreams after eating.

Of course, this all may be subconscious, as that’s what dreams are all about. If you think you’re going to dream a lot, you probably will.