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    Therapy with Dream Analysis Reveals Critical Information Although children are taught to not take dreams too seriously; to remember dreams are not real, only imagination, this is not the case for all dreams. In reality, “...the dream serves as a substitute for a number of thoughts derived from our daily life, and which fit together with perfect logic” (Freud, 1987, p. 184). This proves our brains are still thinking well enough at night to make our dreams logical. Proving dreams are just as…

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    Why Do We Dream?

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    ‘Why do we dream?’ has been one of the questions that psychologists are forever trying to resolve. Researchers had come up with many theories as of why dream occurs, and one of the common theories stated that dreams might reflect human subconscious thoughts. Thus the aim of this paper is to investigate the extent to which dream represents the human subconscious. This paper was written mainly from researches on the Internet. It covered a wide range of resources such as website, research papers,…

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    Dreams are vivid, strange fantasies that occur in the resting minds. Often most people are so consumed in their dreams that they cannot differentiate if the dream is real or not. People often tell themselves that there is only one reality, but there are many realities. Dreams are proof of this; people can walk, eat, run, and do anything they please in their dream. That makes dreams another reality where people can live. The reality of the world is that it can be barbarous and unpleasant. Dreams…

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    Dreams During REM Sleep

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    a thousand meters a second, your heart drops and your senses slam you awake. Whew! It was just a dream! We all dream at some point, while some of us may dream less frequently or become unable to remember our dreams, we all do so. I will address the scientific term for dreaming, which is REM, or Rapid Eye Movement, the fifth and final phase of sleep (“What is REM Sleep?”). We as humans experience dreams during REM sleeping for several reasons, influenced by psychological and physiological…

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    goal is to learn how to lucid dream and find out, if it can affect performance in any way. Not only performance in daily life but also in specific areas like school, work or even a hobby. Two methods to learn lucid dreaming will be covered but both need one basic requirement, which is improve your “dream memory”. It may be possible that you already entered a lucid state but cannot remember it after you wake up. The best way to train yourself is a dream journal. A dream journal can be your…

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    The negative side of the American Dream comes when people pursue success at any cost which in turn destroys the vision and the dream." ~ Azar Nafisi Dreams are something that an individual must work towards in order to fulfil. However, an urgency to fulfill the dream will lead to a change in attitude and the decisions you make. In the novella, Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck chooses to express the impact of dreams and the need for untouched happiness. Lennie 's dream of tending rabbits on his…

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    For sure, each human being sleeps, each human being is able to see some dreams, but how many of us think why we have dreams? Why sometimes we can see something really good and peaceful or conversely sometimes we have nightmares? Dreams are not just a part of our usual sleep; dreams which we can see and remember have scientific meaning too. Firs of all, what is a dream? Dream is a sequence of our ideas, imagination, emotions and sensations in the mind which we have during different stages of…

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    I have a dream. Even in these times of trouble and hate, I still have a dream. I have a dream that one day, no Haitian kid will ever see the poverty of their nation. The poverty and people looking down on the people of the beautiful country of Haiti will be swept away. Be as far from this earth as the stars. I have a dream that one day no mother will have to leave their tin house filled with kids and leave their oldest daughter in charge. That everyday, Haitian families will be one. I have a…

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    finally lull into a sleeping state, we as individuals will have four to seven dreams during the nighttime. It will take one and a half hours, roughly 20% of our time peacefully sleeping, to dream. The empirical research on massive collections of dream reports has shown that our time dreaming reflects the relationships, activities,…

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    Every individual dreams; however, some people are affected more than others. Dreams are sequences of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. Most occurring during rapid-eye movement or REM—when brain activity is high and resembles being awake. Many believe that dreams are a connection to an individual’s subconscious. Sigmund Freud, a scientist in the early 1900s performed extensive studies on dreams, including their…

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