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Your Dreams Each and every night when you go to sleep chances are that you will experience a dream Your dream may be either scary or pleasant and it may contain many different people places or things The content of your dream doesnt matter does it One question--- do you know what your dreams are trying to tell you There are many different types of dreams They can range from fear dreams wishful-thinking dreams sad dreams happy dreams and even sexual dreams Truthfully there are as many different types of dreams as there are adjectives in our modern vocabulary Every dream that we have in our lifetime will fall into its respected category or classification Dee 72 The first major classification group of dreams is the literal dream Literal dreams reflect the outside world in a practical intellectual way that is very unemotional The scenes they usually depict are problems where the solutions can be seen and sorted out logically--- using the head and not the heart You can find great literal content in the dreams of children This is a direct result of children being taught to think clearly and ignore silly images Some people dont recognize literal dreams They consequently try to make what is actually a literal dream into something symbolic but there are no symbols in literal dreams Literal dreams however do contain some signs and those signs are meant to be taken exactly as they are seen Dee 72-73 One type of literal dream is called an action-replay dream These are the dreams that may recall a past action or show a present situation Dreams relive past traumas or events for a reason It allows the dreamer to take another point of view and possibly accept or come to terms with that event These dreams that go over past happenings can take on many shapes and sides They can be frightening sad funny or even passionate Comical dreams
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