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What Dreams May Bring Dreams are not comparable to the spontaneous sounds made by a musical instrument struck rather by some external force than by the hand of a performer they are not meaningless not absurd they do not imply that one portion of our stockpile of ideas sleeps while another begins to awaken They are a completely valid psychological phenomenon specifically the fulfillment of wishes they can be classified in the continuity of comprehensible waking mental states they are constructed through highly complicated intellectual activity-Sigmund Freud- What is a dream A dream is the communication of body mind and spirit in a symbolic communicative environmental state of being Got it Me neither now that I have completely confused you in every way imaginable Let me explain to you what a dream is in a more down-to-earth way Our brains are in constant motion or activity if you will Different states of consciousness such as awake asleep alert drowsy excited bored concentrated or daydreaming causes different effects in our brain activity Therefore a dream is a window in the sub-conscious of your deepest fears or your most desirable thrills Have you ever had that dream where youre falling and just before you hit the ground you awake You ever wonder what that dream means Maybe you have had the dream where you go to school or work and lets just say your not all the ready for school or work You ever wonder why this happens and what this symbolizes A dream can be as simple as you finding the road you were looking for or as complex as you completing a whole life from beginning to end There are two classes of typical dreams those which always have the same meaning As well as those which in spite of having a similar content must still be interpreted in the best variety of ways The term typical dream refers
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