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Are Dreams Really a Mystery In the middle of the night I was taking a walk through the woods I could hear owls hooting and animals scattering under leaves From the vague sound of water trickling over rocks I knew my destination was coming soon As I was walking the heel of my foot got wedged between a stump and a rock I started to sway and my heart stopped Slowly I could feel my body fall towards the ground Not knowing when I would fall where I would land what I would fall on or what might fall on me made my heart start racing My body shook and I opened my eyes I looked around and noticed I was lying in my bed underneath my warm blanket I had just had a dream but I am now safe in my bed My heart settled down with a sigh of relief then I laid back down Almost everyone has had a similar dream as mine feeling as if you were falling then awoke Dreams are caused by your sleeping habits and events that occur throughout your life which you may not be consciously aware of Your reaction to these happenings may affect the way your brain functions also affecting your sleeping cycles This is the reason why some dreams occur and the mood the dreams appear as Can dreams mean something to you Will they help you handle situations you are involved in How can dreams show a series of events that you may come into contact with Some of these questions including many more people will think about but mysteriously may never be answered Through research dreams are not as mysterious as you may believe Your brain is made up of two hemispheres The left sided hemisphere is more dominant than the right side The left side of your brain organizes your actions reactions and experiences in a logically
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