do dreams really have meanings?
I’ve been having a recurring dream, too much to be mere coincidence.
Answer by CoolNile
Not really. Sometimes dreams are produced by the brain in a reaction of some situation. So, it’s not always a true.
Answer by Lucas
Answer by Pete
some believe they have , some don’t, we will never know, but no harm in checking what is the meaning of your dream
Answer by ♥ ■■▪▪YahoOo!■■▪▪ ♥
I’m pretty sure you’re thinking about that topic too much and it’s in your dreams.
Answer by Sarah
yes, dreams always do have meanings.
the meaning might be something completely different from
what you’re dreaming though. you can research what different
things in your dream mean.
for example, i had dreams of suicide over and over again.
i looked it up and it actually means that i am changing and leaving
my old self behind.
Give your answer to this question below!
do your dreams have any significance?
do they mean anything? and why do we dream? thanks!!!!
Answer by wordweevil
Some dreams have significance. The most significant dreams are those which are the most intense, the most vivid.
Do you know what an electrical capacitor is? It is an electrical device that holds an electrical charge, like static electricity. Nerve cells are kinda-sorta like that, and your head if full of them. Dreaming is the discharge of “charges” that have built up in the neurons in the brain. If, for example, you are frustrated sexually, or perhaps have financial worries you may go about your daily routines and not give them any conscious thought because you are occupied with other things. The unresolved situation is still there though, and the energy in the neurons along the pathways related to the sexuality or the financial situation are in a semi-excited state, not quite with enough energy to erupt into your conscious awareness, but enough that when you are sleeping and your conscious control is relaxed, they begin to discharge. When they discharge you experience images, thoughts, emotions relative to the unresolved tension. Those are dreams.
Attending to ones dreams is a good way to get to know ones self. Dreams, properly examined, can yield valuable insight into the development of ones personality, character, wisdom.
Proper examination is NOT available from those silly “dream dictionaries” and the like. Every individual is so different, and their experience is so different that such facile explanations are almost invariably misleading. It, lacking formal training or extensive self-education in analytical psychology, is probably best just to attend to the feeling-tone and most striking images in ones dreams and free-associate.
Answer by cool_cancerian
We set the creative process in motion with our minds, wills, desires. The subconscious is the generator which creates our reality. When it comes across an issue which needs to be resolved, it brings it to our conscious attention through dreams. If it gets a reaction, then it knows that it got the message through.
Dreams are themed with fear, insecurity, lust, rage, wish fulfilment, etc. and are issues which we need to come to terms with. Some dreams are clairvoyant in nature.
Our subconscious talks to us through the only language it understands, images. We have trouble understanding it, because our conscious mind thinks in words.
I hope this helped
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