Intense dream need help understanding it?
I dreamt I was someplace that was either really remote or from so long ago because there was no modern architecture or technology. However, there was a competition involving 2 race cars. The cars were not impressive at all. They looked like station wagons from the 80’s. My car was number 15 and my competitor’s was number 21. Both cars were white. I didn’t see who was driving the other car. I had some business I had to attend to, so I set up my car on autopilot and off the race cars went. As far as I could see, my car was headed in the right direction. Then there was an emergency and I needed transportation to the finish line. I walked a long way to a town where my car was supposed to be. I called and waited for my car but it didn’t show. Instead, my competitor’s car showed up infront of me. There was no driver either and inside there were a few boxes. I was contemplating getting in this car instead of waiting for my car that seemed to have a mind of its own. Its then that I woke up.
The dream was so intense and felt so real, there must be a meaning behind it. I have used dream dictionary to understand some of the symbols, but I need someone good at interpretation of dreams to help me understand what it means.
Answer by Mushtaq A
Your dream guides us to think that your competitor in car was fast. He reached at the finish line. I t goes to indicate that you are efforts to reach the finish line failed. Perhaps you were in the position to come first but due to inexplicable reasons you could not.
Answer by Mjdot
“Race” and not seeing the Drivers face show signs of ethnicity problems maybe due to your Race. Or ur Struggle to Keep up In Life , maybe things are going alittle “too Fast too Furious” for you, Lol I think i deserve top answer.btw im trynna lvl up !
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Can you really die if you don’t sleep for 10 days straight?
Ok so my friend found these ‘facts’ and I just wanted to share them with you, but also ask a question. Here it goes.
Friend: I found this on tumblr, I read it all. It was just so interesting… I never seriously knew about this.
~40 interesting dream facts~
Every human dreams. There are tons of people who can’t remember their dreams when they wake up, but they still get them
Human beings spend roughly around 6 years of their lifetime dreaming
Sometimes we dream outside of our REM sleep (Rapid Eye Movement)
Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians were the first to create a dream dictionary in 4000 B.C.E
We roughly spend around 1/3 of our lives sleeping
People who suffer from a personality disorder lack dream activity
Our brains tend to be way more active when we sleep, than when we’re awake
Humans tend to have around 3 to 7 dreams a night. We dream around 2 to 3 hours in a whole night
90% of the dream is lost the first minute we wake up
Men tend to dream about men more than women, and women dream about people of both genders
Drug withdrawal can cause more intense dreams. People who also quit alcohol and smoking experience heavier dreams and nightmares
You can lucid dream for up to 30 minutes if trained properly
It’s impossible to dream when you’re snoring
Babies don’t dream of themselves until they reach the age of 3
More women than men experience deja-vu in their dreams (eg. you have been in the dream before)
People who experience Sleep Paralysis hear voices and see strangers in their rooms
Nightmares happen more to kids than adults
Blind people dream. Their dreams are auditory if they were born blind. If they became blind at an early age, they still dream of what they remember
Did you know around 100 000 drivers a year crash going in and out of sleep in their cars
Thousands of people suffer from sleep apnea in America
Men get erections in their REM sleep and women have an increased blood flow to their vaginas
You can translate over 5000 dream symbols
The word “Nightmare” was used a long time ago for a female spirit who besets people at night while sleeping
On average, dogs sleep around 10 to 13 hours a day
The colder your house is, the worse your dreams are. They say that if your room is at an average temperature, you have better sleeps
Your body burns more calories sleeping than it does in the day time
Information that we learn before we go to bed tends to stick with us longer than information any other time
On average, cats sleep 10 to 15 hours a day
If you avoid your sleep for more than 10 days, you will die
A giraffe sleeps for only 2 hours a day
Most dreams are based on visual images (Except in people who were either born blind, or who lost their sight at an early age). Occasionally, dreams will include sound and touch.
The normal rules of logic do not apply in dreams. For example, the dream may be taking place in one location – then, abruptly, the dreamer is translocated to a completely different place.
Most dreams occur in a house – but this is usually not your own home. The most frequently reported room is the living room. People rarely dream about their work place or school.
The most frequent scenario is the dreamer plus two other people.
Famous people seldom appear in our dreams. The vast majority of people dream about people who are significant to them, especially if there is an ongoing conflict.
Mundane activities (such as brushing your teeth) rarely appear in dreams.
Dreams tend not to be happy events, and the three most common reported emotions are anger, sadness and fear.
Some themes are so common that they are reported the world over. These universal themes include the loss of a tooth, falling or flying, exhibition, arriving late for exams or other important events, and being chased or attacked.
Cross-cultural research indicates that our dreams reflect normal life events in our own country and culture.
There appear to be some differences in the content of dreams between the two sexes. Specifically, women are more likely to dream about their children, family or household activities; men are more likely to dream about strangers, violence, sexual activity, achievement, and outdoor events.
So yea eventually you’ll see the one about dying if you dont sleep for ten days, just wanted some proof to see if it was true or not. Any suggestions, websites links, and comments are welcome. 🙂 Thank you for viewing this question!
Answer by Ruby Kaufmann
You probably won’t die, but you might get severely sick.
It’s possible that your brain won’t let you stay awake that long, so it might be impossible.
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