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This has to do with Frueds theory of three levels of consciousness when falling asleep It describes the first 2 levels and gives examples of each Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night andor in the morning involuntarily wondering why you dreamt a certain dream I know I have Most of the time I like to attempt to interpret the dream I usually decide the dependability of the dream by using my natural intuition and dispersing it into a level What level you ask I use Sigmund Freuds theory of Three Levels of Consciousness as a reference This theory helps me determine what dreams are valid enough to attempt to interpret and what dreams arent Freud believes there are three levels of consciousness when you fall asleep it consists of a conscious a preconscious and an unconscious level Freuds levels of consciousness are very useful and accurate in analyzing and interpreting your dreams when applying them to daily life The first level of consciousness is being conscious the Conscious Level In this level you are lying down wanting to fall asleep As you lie down your mind begins to think rapidly You think about the way you view life and the world around you You may even think about current or past events that are troubling or pleasing you For example last night when I fell asleep I was thinking about my upcoming graduation and my current custody battle with my ex-boyfriend and our son I am worried that I might not graduate on time and am very happy with the final outcome of the custody battle I dont recall wanting to think about it it was as though the thought appeared there as soon as I laid my head down on the pillow Freuds theory of the first level of consciousness was definitely taking place here Also I recall thinking about how much I love my son
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