Dream meaning full interpretations
Oh, I’ve had such a curious dream! said Alice, and she told her sister, as well as
she could remember them, all these strange Adventures of hers and when she had finished,
her sister kissed her, and said,
It was a curious dream, dear, certainly: but now run in to
your tea; it’s getting late. So Alice got up and ran off, thinking while she ran what a
wonderful dream it had been. Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll.
Why do we see dreams? Do all people have dreams at night? Where do these images and emotions come from? Is it possible to control your dreams? These and many other questions are being asked about such an interesting phenomenon as night dreams.
Dreams are pictures, figures and characters created by our mind while we sleep. Our dreams have different plots, they can be very colorful or monochromatic, frightening or calming, interesting or strange.
For a very long time scientists tried to understand and explain the origin and meaning of dreams. Neuroscientists are more interested in the structures involved in dream production, dream organization. However, psychoanalysis concentrates on the meaning of dreams and placing them in the context of relationships in the history of the dreamer. But the main idea is that the dreams are formed by our unconscious.
Dreams can consolidate the information that we get during the day or reflect our fears, they can predict an event or try to warn us about something. No wonder that people all over the world have so much interest in their dreams, they are trying to understand how to interpret the pictures they see at night. Dreams are universal human experience and for centuries people were passing their knowledges about how dreams reflected their lives and vice versa. This online dreambook will help you find the correct interpretation of your dreams and better understand the nature of the night stories.
- Studying dreams carefully can:
- help avoid danger such as fraud, traffic accidents, domestic injury;
- warn of deterioration in well-being and the onset of a serious illness;
- point out an error in documents or behavior;
- help detect a two-faced friend or envious people;
- show events from the future dreamer or people close to him (prophetic dreams).
How are dreams related to reality?
- Our dreams are formed:
- from a person's impressions of past events;
- his thoughts about the future and the past;
- real/fictitious fears;
- feelings about loved ones.
During the day, the brain collects and processes information that comes from the senses and analyzes the conscious and unconscious reactions of a person. Then it combines the received data, transforming them into dream plots.