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    Dreams can sometimes feel so real and when they do; boy, it can be very scary. A few nights ago I was having a really bad dream - a nightmare you could say. I don't remember exactly what was happening in the dream but what I do recall is being aware that I was dreaming. That alone was very strange because I've never had a dream where I knew it wasn't real while it was happening. My dreams have always felt very real and I’ve always been helplessly trying to figure out an escape. I wanted to…

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    why sleep brings dreams. Some say that they are simulations - a means originally produced by the brain to help humans prepare for particular events they have yet to encounter in reality. Others say it is to de-stress the mind, to unravel the complicated webs of data collected through our senses throughout the day. Regardless of the specifics, I have always been a dreamer, and a vivid one at that. It's no surprise, then, that I one embarked on a journey to take control of my dreams: to learn the…

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    Lucid dream is when the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming and have the ability to control the dream i.e. characters, narrative, objects. While in sleep paralysis the dreamer is not aware they are dreaming, but they perceive themselves to be awake. Sleep paralysis usually lasts only a few seconds to a…

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    acting as an obstacle in the family’s dream of leaving the ghetto to start a new, better life in Clybourne Park. By sharing this play, Lorraine Hansberry makes a driven statement that blacks can achieve their dreams, but that…

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    's the limit” and to “pursue your dreams and everything else will undoubtedly be granted to you”. Since minors welcome this fantasy, they tend to seek to be like individuals in the magazines, on the TV, and even in the movies because the lives they are living are wealthy and stress-free. As people blossom into adulthood, they recognize that sometimes following your dreams does not always pay the bills on time or put food in your mouth. Though following your dreams may one day bring a jolly,…

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    “Winter Dreams” is a short story written by the famous american author, F. Scott Fitzgerald. “Winter Dreams” is about a man’s desire to become wealthy and for the woman he loves to love him back. That man is Dexter Green. Dexter falls for a woman with the name of Judy. In “Winter Dreams” the characters have interesting characteristics that help the reader easily define them. Judy’s role throughout the story demonstrates that she is a character crucial to the story because of her multiple…

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    Dream house Is an incredible movie that shows both aspects of a schizophrenia patient and the Bias connotations that comes with schizophrenia. Firstly, the Movie starts by showing a man named john attention who is leaving his job to go back home to his family to spend more time with them. Throughout the movie it showed him that when he arrived he was happy to see his wife and his two daughters. As joyful and playful his two little girls were they were hiding under a white sheet to…

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    By studying dreams and what they mean it can be determined that dreams are sending messages because they are trying to help you with your problems. A. Dreams are your unconscious mind putting an image into your head (Turner). Scientists don’t know what to call dreams but author Penelope Lewis says dreams are “all perceptions, thoughts , or emotions experienced during sleep. When dreams are happening three parts of your brain is working; Limbic region, Sub cortical, and the Associative cortice…

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    Have you ever wondered why we dream? In the medical world, dreams cause great controversy between medical professionals. Those who study dreams study them to determine if there are medical reasons for them, or if they are just meaningless parts of the brain’s functions. There are differing opinions on what our dreams mean. Dreams could have to do with how we feel that day, or they could be just random videos that have no connection to our lives. (“Facts About Dreaming”) Our brains are very…

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    The function of dreams has been a highly controversial topic throughout history, and at this point, no one fully comprehends why we dream (Hill, 1996). Philosophical explanations for dreams are dominated by Socrates and Plato, both of whom also believed in the psychological function of dreams. Plato thought that when our reasoning capacity was suspended during sleep, passions and desires revealed themselves (Hill, 1996). Similarly, Socrates argued that an unruly gathering of desires exists and…

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