Types of Dreams



ill titleTypes of Dreams What They Mean

We wake up from a dream with a strong feeling of having had important realizations.  But we don't recall what they were.  We come to consciousness in the morning, and lie awake in our own bed, with the sense that we have just arrived from another place than this, a different situation.  But we are here now.  Like someone getting out of water is wet, we arise from our bed awash with the redolence of that "other" and yet, as often as not, we don't even remember what that "other" was, where it was, what exactly it involved.  We are, in short, bereft of the richness of just a moment ago.

Dream researchers have discovered several distinct categories of dreams, and these dream categories can be very useful both to people attempting to interpret their own dreams and to professional psychologist and therapists striving to interpret the dreams of others. This article will discuss these categories of dreams.

What exactly is a dream? According to some, a dream is a trip into the subconscious mind. Others believe a dream is just a person's imagination being allowed to break free.Perhaps it is a little bit of both.

I continue to have this fantastic, coming back dream. In it I have not finished high school, but I deeply wish to be out of school. Change of details of dream, but a fixed capital remains in a step.
In my new dream I was in a class, and Alex Lifelong from a group Impulse was the teacher. He read lectures about technical orgies for it solo for the Center of attention of a song. He even played an early sound paper clip, but it was approximately only the half-dozen notes played repeatedly. As it distributed a paper for a class to sort its training "work", I woke up.