What dreams do you have?

kurlatik
kurlatik
March 16, 2015
What dreams do you have?

A third of life spent in a dream cannot remain without attention from our side - yet it is too much of it. Therefore, any person, more than once, was interested in what dreams are dreaming about. Moreover, the overwhelming majority of the people more or less remember their dreams. And if they are bright, plot, causing various kinds of emotions, one wonders why this was shown. At what exact moment the dreams come and why the person remembers them, the article says when they dream, and we will try to figure out what dreams are and what people of different nature and worldview think about this.

Neuropsychological explanation

Scientists have devoted a lot of time and effort to resolve this issue. The easiest way to explain why dreams are nightmares: the body feels uncomfortable and thus tries to wake up its “master”. Options for discomfort - a huge amount: from a numb limb to a heart attack.

Under normal conditions, a person sees dreams for other reasons. The brain does not fully rest ever.Even when the rest of the body relaxes, it continues to work, but in a different mode. And if you have in real life there is some kind of problem that you find it difficult to solve, the brain is looking for a solution even in a dream. A particular option is a dream - the fulfillment of desire: if you can’t get something “in real life”, to eliminate mental problems and prevent the appearance of complexes, this is provided to you in dreams.

Esoteric explanation

Psychics have a different opinion about what dreams are about. From their point of view, in the sleeping person the barrier of the conscious weakens, and he becomes more accessible to the perception of subtle spheres. However, since most people are spiritually and energetically undeveloped, their subconscious mind interprets the images that translate into a more comprehensible form — which is why dreams need to be decoded in order to realize what they are dreaming about. By the way, the priests have a similar opinion: they say that dreams are a conversation with God (or the seduction of the devil, depending on the content).