Are Dreams the Real Reality?
Hello Dreamers! Its your main man Sketch"Dream Life "Painter here with the latest blog for the moment! Its been a long while since I posted anything new but I really think you will enjoy this one! See everybody dreams. Even if you don't remember them. My dreams are too deep for the average mind to comprehend, lol. I'm On another level Ya'LL! But seriously...
Have you ever had a dream that felt so real you had to question Reality when you woke up out of it? Whether its something someone said to you in your dream or how you actually felt when you were experiencing the dream. From the color schemes, down to the places you are surrounded by...dreams can be convincing. Some people have dreams so vivid that they wake up and can explain the entire dream as if they were describing a movie they just finished watching. Others wake up and can't remember a single image. There are true levels to dreams and what they mean to you and others. Just like the movie Inception , which was a great film I might add, Dream time is much different from real time as we know it. One minute in a dream is equivalent to maybe 15 minutes of real time. Dream time and all actions move at a rapid rate.
A lucid dream is any dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. In relation to this phenomenon, Greek philosopher Aristotle observed: "often when one is asleep, there is something in consciousness which declares that what then presents itself is but a dream". One of the earliest references to personal experiences with lucid dreaming was by Marie-Jean-Léon, Marquis d'Hervey de Saint Denys.
Some experts say that when you can't remember your dreams, you are on a level too high for your brain to decipher them. Some people think on lower levels... 2 dimensional lower vibration levels. These levels are very limited and very basic. The Sky is blue, only birds can fly, and all things seen on the News is real. Well I know the last one was a jab at media but when you can't think out the box...you usually don't dream out the box.
REM sleep noun : a stage of sleep during which you dream and your eyes make quick movements
CloseStyle: MLA APA ChicagoFull Definition of REM SLEEP: a state of sleep that recurs cyclically several times during a normal period of sleep and that is characterized especially by increased neuronal activity of the fore brain and mid brain, depressed muscle tone, dreaming, and rapid eye movements —called also paradoxical sleep, rapid eye movement sleep — compare slow-wave sleep See REM sleep defined for English-language learners »
Dreams usually are divided as followed : life's memories, the latest images you have seen, and some
Thoughts that are created from your surroundings when you are sleeping. (what you hear while you are sleeping: music, T.V. , and other individuals that might converse loud enough for you to hear.)
The Website wwwDreamMoods.com adds this great quote : "We realize that your dreams are unique; no other individual can have your personal background, your emotions, or your experiences. Thus, your own dreams can only be connected to your own "reality". With this in mind, it is important to draw from your personal life and experiences when interpreting a dream."
Most claim to be able to fly and have super strength in their dreams. To be a SuperHero with no cares or worries in the world. Dreamers tend to remember their nightmares easier because of the fear factor. Some advanced dreamers change the outcome of their dreams.
I have been in contact with a few individuals that have had dreams so colorful and life-like that they claim its was Hi-Def quality. They also have seen words, numbers, and even tasted the water they were drinking (and felt the coolness of it and all) in the dream. Another individual claimed to realize they were "dreaming" as the actual dream was taking place. They told the people in their dream "Naw man I'm dreaming, this ain't real, I'm not dealing with this." and walked away from a stressful part of that dream.
It is said that you can train yourself to dream in certain ways. If you want to get some much needed answers to the questions you struggle with in life. Right before you go to sleep you simply set an affirmation. State It,Think it and it shall be. For example: ("i want to find out if I'm working at the right job, or do I need to make a career change? Or Will I be moving to another state soon?) You will receive those answers, even if its only on a sub-conscience level.
I encourage all the readers to get as comfortable as possible before you sleep...it helps the flow of your dreams. I also challenge You, the reader to concentrate on what takes place in your dreams. See if you can still remember what took place in your dream when you wake up. Another great way to practice remembering your dreams is by writing them down. Keep a notepad by your bed. You can also record voice logs of your dreams on your cell phone...ain't technology grand! Repeat what happened in the dream to yourself 3 times or more and that will make the thought last in your mind longer.(Don't worry Beetle Juice won't pop out on you lol) Lastly tell your mate , friend or a family member about the dream. Your brain will begin playback the images better as you explain the dream in detail.
I hope that this was helpful...
Please share your most vivid dream whether good or bad with us. You will be surprised how many others will have experienced similar Dreams.
This is You Blog Host Sketch "Dream Life" Painter wishing you all sweet dreams. "Dream On Dreamer"