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The Enchanting World of Freudian Dream Analysis Our dreams are the source for those illusive below-consciousness feelings that tend to dive for cover when they meet the light of day If we are persistent about searching for and seeking our dreams and our inner self the line between the conscious and the unconscious will blur -- -Julia Chiapella- - On average we spend about one third of our lives sleeping During a portion of that time we are also dreaming While asleep we can gain rest and refreshment for our hard day of work Essentially dreams are our method of relaxing and letting our minds drift away into a distant world Dreams help us to understand ourselves giving that we know how to interpret them We can find out deep secrets or reveal concealed feelings towards something just by analyzing a dream correctly When we think about dreams we must wonder why they occur There are several explanations for this question It is a fact that we all must sleep We constantly go through cycles of sleep and wakefulness During each cycle our minds must be active Obviously when we are awake we are using our minds for various actions When we are asleep it is not as obvious how our minds are at work To keep our minds active during sleep we must dream The first form of dream analysis can be seen by Joseph in the bible A little later on Greek philosophers further bettered dream analysis The most famous of these Greek philosophers was Aristotle He spoke of the illusion of sense-perception the malfunctioning of the senses which allows dreams to occur Aristotle later suggested that dreams are formed by disturbances of the body Not until mid 19th century did another philosopher as great as Aristotle come along A man by the name of Sigmund Freud truly revolutionized the study of dreams He believed that the analysis
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