What do Dreams Mean?
Dreams are illusions that occur during certain stages of sleep. They’re strongest during REM sleep, or the rapid eye movement stage, when you may be less likely to recall your dream. Much is known about the role of sleep in regulating our metabolism, blood pressure, brain function, and other aspects of health.
Simply put: Dreams are those things we see during sleep or in an imaginary situation and/or as well, the thoughts that comes outside the box (brain). Dreams can sometimes be true or false.
The things or events people imagine in their minds while sleeping are what are referred to as dreams. These are hopes or wishes and/or visionary scheme; an idle fancy. Many people who are having dreams tend to find an interpreter so as to know what it means.
In industrial societies, man has been translating dreams to be negative. Unlike in traditional societies where dreamers usually interpret dreams as a reality, while in modern societies people tend to ignore it as if dreams are unreal. Dreaming is essential to mental, emotional and physical well-being
Dreams are very important for human beings in traditional and modern societies as it directs and shows the things that will be manifested in one’s life. Sometimes, people take dream as a guiding pathway in the universe and that it reveals both the negative and positive aspects among humans.
Your dreams may be ways of confronting emotional dramas in your life. And because your brain is operating at a much more emotional level than when you’re awake, your brain may make connections regarding your feelings that your conscious self wouldn’t make.