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I remember my dream last night quite vividly We my roommates and I were navigating our way through the confusing highways of Long Island trying to get home to New Jersey all of which happened that very day In my dream as in real life I was sitting shotgun in the car since I was assumed to be the expert However in the dream we continually arrived at one intersection with the normal amount of traffic but we would just stop not knowing where to go Straight left right or back This happened over and over again Of course when I woke up I realized the significance of this particular dream In real life we were lost on our way home and my friends put their trust in me so we wouldnt get lost in the first place but unfortunately we did get sidetracked a little So by having a crossroads in my dream and not knowing where to go was my unconscious telling me what it felt like to be on a trip where trust was put on you and you failed Of course we got home safe and sound though two hours late Sigmund Freud also experienced unusually vivid dreams ever since his own boyhood He had always had a keen almost superstitious interest in dreams and dreaming He wrote to Martha his wife about one instance when he had a blissful dream of a landscape which according to the private note-book on dreams which I have composed from my experience indicates travelling Thornton 209 Freuds first published reference to his interest in dreams occurred in his writing Studies where he reported unusually vivid dreams beginning in late 1894 At about this time some of his patients began to relate their dreams which they often explored in their psychoanalytical sessions Thornton 210 Despite this there is no proven fact on why we dream which is why there are so many theories
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