Dream theories 

As a curious writer  I was always interested in discovering new elements in human mind. One thing which always made me curious was my dreams and Itz hidden truth which made me write this article. Do we hv universal dreams? Do we take decisions based on our dreams?  And lot more to invent. It has been a fascination for lots of philosophers for thousands of years, but only recently have dreams been subjected to empirical research and concentrated scientific study.  Most common dream among people is falling this means people who are having major life problems with work, relationships or elsewhere,dying as a dream reveals the wish to terminate something in life a relationship, a job, a career path or even past. 

Have you ever dreamed of meeting a celebrity? It reveals as a symbol of a personal need of recognition. 
Showing up late to something is also known as a universal dream. This dream might be a sign that someone is overwhelmed and doing too much. 
Being chased. Despite of nightmarish feel of this dream it is considered as a positive sign. He believes that this dream is supposed to encourage the dreamer to finally face a problem that has been hanging over his head. 

What is a dream? 

A dream can include any images thoughts and emotions that are experienced during sleep. They can be vague filled with emotions or confusing.

What purpose do dreams serve? 

Many theories have been proposed no single concensus ha emerged. Considering the enormous amount of time we spent in dreaming state the fact that researchers so not yet understand the purpose of dreams may seem baffling. 

The main reason for why we dream is to practice responses to threatening situations. The most universal dreams r being naked in public or being chased or fighting an enemy or sinking in quicksand. If we analyze all this dreams they r very closely related to our daily life and situations. Dreams sort through memories to determine which ones to retain and which to lose. 

Some interesting facts about dreams

Research shows that all of us dream every night. And not just one dream either. Each of us averages four to seven a night. We spent 1.5 hours or more in dreaming. 

Why do we forget many of our dreams 

We are ashamed of them so we suppress them. That’s been one theory. It maybe true to some extent. But other factors have been uncovered. 

Kinds of dream do people have? 

Almost a third are in color the rest in black and white. With women and younger people tending to dream more in color than men and older people. But two tone or otherwise only a minority dreams are loving or friendly. Many people have certain dreams repeatedly. That accordingly to psychoanalysis study it is because infantile wishes of childhood never disappear as long as they are suppressed. They keep working on the unconscious and stimulate the same dreams. 

One of the fascinating facts about dream is the faces you see in your dream are the faces you hv seen at some point in your life. They may be people you hv seen in television in movies in books or in public. You may or may not have ever talked to these people all that matters is the fact that your eyes saw them and your brain acknowledged them. Your are not dreaming when you are snoring. 

Blind people also dream. But have dreams equally vivid involving their other senses of sound smell, touch and emotions.

Deja vulnerable is a common  experience that has happened to many of us. The expression is derived from the French meaning already seen. When it occurs it seems to spark out memory of a place we gave already been, a person we have already seen or act we have already done. It is a signal to pay special attention to what is taking place, perhaps to receive a specific reason in a certain area or complete what is not yet finished. These are common theories that we face daily. Still yet to discover many facts about the dreams and Itz signals. 

Sumi signing out 

“Never ignore your dreams ”



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