Do you believe in dreams? Have you had a dream that happened in real life?
Is there a connection between dreams and reality? Or are dreams just a product of one's imagination?
I think dreams are still quite mysterious. Most often they are merely a way for your subconscious mind to communicate and process your waking experiences etc. However, I have had some "dreams" that were very different. I have dreamed of some things before they happen. I have also visited places in my dreams that changed from when I was originally there, only to go there again later and see those changes had actually been made. For example I had a dream of returning to a childhood home and seeing it was painted a really ugly color. I was kind of disheartened by that, so within a week or so I took a little road trip back to that area and discovered, much to my dismay, the current owners had painted it the ugly color - among other things... bleh.
thank you @ChristinS
Just recently I decided to keep a dream journal more out of fun and learning than a mere curiosity of the things unknown. Paranormal has a certain appeal to me I guess although I don't really want to delve on something like that.
I agree with you that through dreams we can be in touched with our subconscious minds. It may sound odd but I consider it as some form of relaxation. It's one of my ways in dealing with stress.
by inaniLoquence 6 years ago
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by Ruthe_iixonias 8 years ago
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by LearnFromMe 6 years ago
When you have a dream that includes a person you know in real life, do you tell them about it?The dream can be good or bad.
by NaglaMagdi 6 years ago
What does it mean when you dream of something that you want to happen in real life?
by Colebabie 8 months ago
What is the best dream you've ever had? The kind where you wake up, and you try to go back to sleep so you can finish the dream...Mine was last night. Listen to this one ladies. I live in Florida, and all the mansions are on the intercoastal waterway or the beach. In my dream I went to a mansion...
by Nicole Canfield 5 years ago
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