is classified as a level of consciousness between sleep and wakefulness.
Studies show that you have the tendency to daydream an average of 70-120 minutes
a day. It occurs during waking hours when you let your imagination carry
you away. As your mind begins to wander and your level of awareness decreases,
you lose yourself in your imagined scenario and fantasy. Learn more about daydreams.
you ever thought you have waken up and gone about your daily morning routine:
getting up, brushing your teeth, eating breakfast and going to work, only to
wake up "again" and realize that what just happened is just a dream.
That sensation is referred to as a false awakening.
dreams occur when you realize you are dreaming. "Wait a second. This is
only a dream!" Most dreamers wake themselves up once they realize that they
are dreaming. Other dreamers have cultivated the skill to remain in the lucid
state of dreaming. They become an active participant in their own dreams, making
decisions in their dreams and influencing the dream's outcome without awakening. Get
a more in depth look at lucid
nightmare is a disturbing dream that causes you to wake up feeling anxious and
frightened. Nightmares may be a response to real life trauma and situations.
These type of nightmares fall under a special category called Post-traumatic
Stress Nightmare (PSN). Nightmares may also occur because you have ignored or
refused to accept a particular life situation. Research shows that most people
who have regular nightmares have a family history of psychiatric problems, are
involved in a rocky relationship or have had bad drug experiences. These people
may have also contemplated suicide. Nightmares are an indication of a fear
that needs to be acknowledged and confronted. It is a way for the subconscious
to wake up and take notice. "Pay attention!" Learn more
about your nightmares.
dreams repeat themselves with little variation in story or theme. These
dreams may be positive, but most often they are nightmarish in content.
Dreams may recur because a conflict depicted in the dream remains unresolved or
ignored. Once you find a resolution to the problem, your recurring dreams will
cease. Find out more about your recurring
dreams serve as messages for the dreamer in regards to their health. The Ancient
Greeks called these dreams "prodromic". Many dream experts believe
that dreams can help in avoiding potential health problems and healing when you
are ill or when you are grieving. Research shows that asthma and migraine
sufferers have certain types of dreams before an attack. Your bodies are able to
communicate to your mind through dreams. The dreams can "tell" you
that something is not quite right with your bodies even before any physical
symptoms show up. Dreams of this nature may be telling the dreamer that he or
she needs to go to the dentist or doctor. If you can understand the
language of dreams, your dreams will serve as an invaluable early warning
system. They can help inform, advise and heal. TOP
dreams, also referred to as precognitive or psychic dreams, are dreams that
seemingly foretell the future. One rational theory to explain this
phenomenon is that your dreaming mind is able to piece together bits of
information and observation that you may normally overlook or that you do not
seriously consider. In other words, your unconscious mind knows what is coming
before you consciously piece together the same information. Learn
more about prophetic
help you how to solve problems or make decisions in your waking life.
dreams (also referred to as Great Dreams, Cosmic Dreams or Numinous Dreams) are
so huge, so compelling, and so vivid that you cannot ignore them. The details of
such dreams remain with you for years, as if you just dreamt it last night.
These dreams possess much beauty and contain many archetypal symbology.
When you wake up from such a dream, you feel that you have discovered something
profound or amazing about yourself or about the world. It feels like a
life-changing experience. Learn how to recognize an epic
dreams occur when you have a sequence of dreams that continue over a period of
nights. The dream continues where you left off the previous night. Such dreams
are problem-solving dreams and help to explore different options and various
approaches to a problem, situation or relationship. TOP
dreams are described as such when two people have the same dream. Mutual dreams
may be planned, meaning that two people actively work toward achieving one dream
scenario or goal. It is a way to improve communication and build trust. Mutual
dreams can also be spontaneous. You find out that a friend, a significant other,
faraway relative, or someone has had the same dream on the same night as you.
Not much study has gone into the phenomenon of mutual dreams, but there is a
very strong bond that exist between these two people. TOP