Is it that when pay attention to your dreams, your dreams pay attention to you?
I think it is the other way around. Dreams pay attention to you. Reading them makes you aware of your needs/wants which may be neglegted in waking.
We never get what we desires, but we definitely get what we deserves. Our dreams are like those objects which we desires but never get the same, but if start working on them with persistent efforts in the right direction, they become real making us deserving for same.
What we keep on thinking, steps in our dream, it can be day dreaming also. It's a series of thoughts, images which occur when a person mind relax when he is sleeping:) When do we acheve something, when we start dreaming about it.
I believe that dreams are a way that our minds have in dealing with human emotions, from the hostile and stressful, to the joyful and happy events in our lives. What you may not be able to accomplish in what you conceive as real life, may be easily done in the dreams of your complex brain with all of its neurons. Perhaps a fearful source is attacking your thoughts as you are awake. As you sleep, your brain takes over and deals with this problem in a variety of ways. Sometimes a thing seems to haunt us in our dreams and is repeated many times. This may be a fear or challenge that we have not yet been able to deal with in our daylight hours. Pleasure, pain, joy, unhappiness, and challenges are what our dreams deal with. It is one of the human gifts that we have whether we appreciate it or not. Some folks seem to have more dreams than others and some seem more vivid. I suppose this is just up to who we are and our life experiences as well as a genetic influence. Dream on my friend.
Yes. I've been doing dreamwork for many years in many different ways. I find if people keep a journal of our dreams, we dream more frequently, and remember them more easily. To keep a dream journal, simply keep a notebook by your bed, and write them down as soon as they come up. Then tuck them in for a day or two before you come back, read the journal, and try to make sense of them.
If you've been having difficult dreams or nightmares, then, as you go to sleep, say, "Please, I want to understand your message. Dream, please come to me in a gentler way." I find that, when I do this, I get a similar dream with less fear, hear its lesson, and learn the message.
Your dreams don't pay attention to you. You're dreaming because "someone" needs for you to pay attention. Everything/everyone in life isn't always seeking retribution. It is a fact that some things are actually ***Freeeeeeeeee***! Tit for tat is so Old
Yes Dreamz do Pay attention to u as Dreams let us to the path where we find hope of better life...
Moreover; A lot of things go unquestioned, lot of questions go unanswered, few words go unsaid, few said words go unheard but still dreams are alive & we call them LIFE................
I am guessing what we would be talking about then is self fulfilling prophecy. For good or for ill, our dreams say much about us and also about how we think. More often then not they are the minds way of defragging and making sense of the world and how we see things panning out. As my understanding of thought goes, the more we dwell on what our inner id thinks of life the more firmly we believe that estimation of life to be accurate. If not this then our emotional response to the dreams and concentration on them brings us to a point where life happens in agreement with our obsession with the dreams. This could be good or bad but intellectually it amounts to a Chicken or Egg question.
Dreams are what I am involved with when sleeping. Some dreams I want to continue after waking up for a pee.
It is interesting that I remember my dreams when waking up to pee but forget again when waking up in the morning.
Last time, I tracked my dreams by having a book beside me. I will write down my dreams at the instant of waking up before I forget. I heard that dreams can be an interpretation of your daily life.
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