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  • Dream Interpretation and Types of Dreams

    Dream Interpretation and Types of Dreams

    Dream researchers have discovered several distinct categories of dreams, and these dream categories can be very useful both to people attempting to interpret their own dreams and to professional psychologist and therapists striving to interpret the dreams of others. This article will discuss these categories of dreams. Dream #1: The Daydream While not technically a dream, since it takes place while we are awake, researchers are looking into just where the daydream fits on the spectrum of dreaming, and what it can teach us about more traditional dreams. It is estimated that most people spend between 70 and 120 minutes each day engaged in daydreaming. Daydreaming is thought to be a level of consciousness below that of a normal waking state but above that of sleep. Daydreaming falls about midway between these two extremes. During a daydream, we allow our imaginations to take us away from the mundane tasks of the day. As the mind is allowed to wander and conscious awareness is reduced, we can become lost in the fantasy or imaginary scenario. Dream #2: The Lucid Dream Lucid dreams are among the most fascinating subjects in all of dream research. Lucid dreaming takes place when the dreamer realizes that he or she is dreaming while still immersed in the dream. Lucid dreaming occurs in that moment when you tell yourself - "This is only a dream". The occurrence of lucid dreams varies widely from person to person, with some people reporting never having lucid dreams and others reporting...

  • Common Dream Symbols and Their Real World Meanings

    Common Dream Symbols and Their Real World Meanings

    The world of dreams and dreaming is a fascinating one, and it continues to be a fertile ground for debate and interpretation even today. Dreams are fascinating, confusing and amazing all at once, and figuring out what the objects in our dreams really stand for can be a fascinating hobby as well as a way to gain insight into our deeper lives. Listed below are some of the most commonly seen dream symbols and their most commonly assigned meanings. Of course, every dream is unique to the individual who dreamed it, and when it comes to dreams there are no hard and fast rules, only general guidelines. Abandonment The abandonment theme is a common one for dreams, and it often reflects real world fears of being abandoned or left behind. Birth A dream of giving birth can signal anxiety about giving birth, or of getting pregnant. Birth can also be a symbol of renewal. Church Dreams of being in a church can indicate a spiritual longing, or a need for religious guidance. Devil In dreams, the devil can obviously represent evil, but in some cases he can stand for slyness or cunning as well. Failure Dreams of failure are usually indications of anxiety or worry. The failure in the dream can take many forms, such as failing a test, failing in a task at work, or attempting to do something and failing in your dream. Fight Dreaming you are a in a fight can mean you are struggling issues in...

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