30 Truths And Bare Facts About Dreams

Dreams are a series of emotions, ideas, sensations and images that may occur during different stages of sleep. This space brings to life ethereal facts and truths about dreams through scientific explanation and theory.

Research reveals dreams are their vivid best at wee hours of the morning. While it is a known fact that purpose, sequence and content of dreams are unexplainable and not understood, philosophical sentiments expressed by different religions have made dreams a topic of skepticism and speculation since ancient times.

Dreams may occur in accordance with brain activity. When brain activity is exceedingly high a person is likely to experience lucid dreams. Occurrence of dreams is related to REM (Rapid-Eye Movement) stage. FurthermoreWhile how dreams manifest into thoughts and reality is unknown, Sigmund Freud’s theories on Psychoanalysis bring to life various aspects

of dream theories through various psychological techniques used for interpretation of dreams. Different types of dreams may occur in accordance with stages of life. Some of the common themes in dreams include, fantasy, surreal mysticism, melancholy, anger, fright, love, sensuality and sexuality. Dreams that reoccur are considered in many religious circles as theatrical visions that speak of the future. However, psychologists are of the opinion dreams are manifestations of thought patterns, some vivid others not. Varied beliefs in regard with interpretation of dreams have been popular since ancient times. While the debate in regard with whether dreams are in color or black and white goes on, an interesting theory is lucidity of dreams in blue. As opposed to nightmares, dreams are easier to understand and reflective thereby

30 Truths and Bare Facts about Dreams

  1. Dreams are linked to thought fragmentation.
  2. Women have more dreams than men.
  3. Majority of persons that get dreams do not remember them clearly.
  4. Dreams are linked to the path in your future.
  5. More that 70% of people get dreams in wee hours of morning.
  6. Most persons have incomplete dreams.
  7. Dreams are often a result of emotional state of being.
  8. Dreams bring a sense of anxiety and joy.
  9. Faces in dreams are always interpreted as a person known by the person who has had the dream.
  10. In one night a person can have more than three dreams.
  11. Majority of dreamers see visions in blue in their dream.
  12. Dreams that involve the galaxy are considered symbolic by many.
  13. The body mechanism is controlled by the brain while dreaming. We tend to be in a paralyzed state as we dreams.
  14. More than 40% of people experience orgasmic dreams at some stage.
  15. Senses are awakened in dreams. Imagery in dreams is associated with smell and the person may actually experience smell through external stimuli.
  16. A sense of Déjà vu is experienced in dreams when
    differentiating patterns in the brain overlap each other.
  17. Images in dreams often appear dimensional and opaque.
  18. Blind individuals also dream through senses awakened by feeling and sound.
  19. Majority of dreams experienced by deeply religious persons are considered as messages from a higher power.
  20. Incorporation of elements in dreams is a result of high concentrated levels on certain aspects in reality.
  21. Recurring dreams have links with the past.
  22. More than 60% of teenagers experience dreams about falling into an abstract space or concept linked to infinity.
  23. Precognitive dreams that create an awakening of the sixth sense through subconscious transmission is deemed possible.
  24. Dreams about partners cheating are exceedingly high with women.
  25. External stimuli play an important role in manifestation of the mind and may be conceived reality in a subconscious state.
  26. Dreamscapes are created in dreams when a person has had a mind altering substance. While the dream phase is referred to as a trip while being in a subconscious state, in reality pit is a manifestation through rapid eye movement channeled by brain activity.
  27. Research and studies suggest animals dream the same way as humans do. Sensory perception in animals is believed to be alarmingly higher with animals.
  28. Dream that bring about a sense of loneliness are often linked to doubt in a relationship.
  29. Dreams that have intriguing sexual content often bring about a positive change in a person.
  30. Arousal or sudden change in behavior is triggered by erotic dreamsa clear perspective.its stages of sleep that determine vivid nature of dreams. Length of dreams vary, a dream could be few seconds or few minutes. Long dreams can last up to 20 minutes. Since ancient times dreams have been interpreted in different ways by believers. In religious contexts some dreams are considered visions that convey a meaning and unlock doors of the future.

 

 



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  • mylindaelliott  25-05-2014
    Those are interesting facts about dreams. Are they all researched? I don't see how some of them can be true.
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