In dreams we can see, yet without physical eyes....what does that mean to you?
Our actual eyes are only lenses that direct the image to our brains to interpret. We are seeing with our brains only.
In dreams we are seeing directly from our brains.
That is all that is happening.
It means a lot. Freud and Young believed that through dreams we could see what was bothering us, our deepest desires, and answers to psychological problems. Honestly, I do believe this as well. Normally the dreams that I have make no sense until I attempt to understand them. They usually show me what I am subconciously thinking about in my life and the lives of those around me. So in a sense we can see, into ourselves.
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