What does dreaming in our sleep do to our thinking when we find ourselves changed when we wake up?
answers we get in our dreams are do not stay in dreamland, they become part of our waking reality
The question needs to be rephrased, however, I think I know what you mean. No one, I'll repeat, no one changes over night, and the debate on whether someone can change is huge, but if one can then positive thinking is the key to this, thus, giving you better dreams which helps to the process when one awakes in the morning.
I believe that the mind changes when it has done some analyzing and exploring in the realm called "sleep" or "dream state". Waking up to a new frame of mind or even a new way of perception, is the result of "dreaming". Human beings have lost touch with their dreaming activities as if dreams are insignificant pieces of passing thoughts.
Yes the question ought to be re-worded. I do thank you for your thoughts. They are intriguing.
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