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    Dreams And Dreams

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    Dreams: A brief history and demonstration through opera. The word dream stems from the West Germanic word draugmus meaning deception, illusion, or phaeton. Everyone dreams about four to seven dreams a nights. Everyone also forgets nearly ninety percent of their dreams. Twelve percent of people only dream in black and white and the rest dream in full color. Interesting enough, blind people dream as well. Those that lost sight after birth can remember images. Those born blind dream just as intensely

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    “Dream interpretation is a process of assigning meaning to dreams.” In ancient Egypt and Greece, dreaming was considered a supernatural communication or a means of divine intervention whose messages that could be reveled by people with certain powers. Sigmund Freud came up with two techniques to get information on his patients “unconscious minds.” One of Freud’s techniques that he came up with was interpreting dreams. Dream interpretations have formed a large part of Freud’s method of understanding

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    Dreams

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    Dreams "I don't use drugs, my dreams are frightening enough." (Escher) Why do we dream? Are they instructions from the spiritual world or just deep, hidden wishes that can be used to unlock the secrets of the unconscious mind? Nobody knows for sure. One theory that is prevalent today is that dreams result from the physiological "exercise" of the synapses of the brain. There is no proven fact on why we dream, which is why there are so many theories on the topic. There is Freud's theory that dreams

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    Keep Dreaming Dreams, according to the Webster Dictionary, are a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person’s mind during the state of unconsciousness (sleep). In this essay, one will come to understand what dreams are, how they can be linked to medical illnesses, why we dream and, what nightmares are. What are Dreams? Long before any relevant studies were made, people believed that dreams were a sort of communication passageway between the Earth and the world of the

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    Dream Interpretation and Dream Therapy There are many facts that are unknown about dreams and their meanings. For centuries, philosophers and scientists have tried to understand the meaning of dreams. They have all been fascinated by the fact that the content of dreams may have meanings relating to one's life. Are dreams just thoughts in people's minds, or are dreams in fact representations of different areas in people's lives? Dreams represent many different areas of one's life in physical, emotional

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    Dreams have always fascinated human society. Everyone knows that one person whose first conversation of the day needs to be explaining his or her dream in grueling detail, but it 's for good reason. Dreams are confusing. People spend nights flying, having tea parties with tables of potatoes, and showing up in a public place stark naked. The question that has confused people most is why the human mind generates such a strange, captivating storyline in the midst of a time when the brain and body are

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    Process of Dreams Some desire, while others remember. History, sleep cycle, and nightmares all come together to make the mystical vision called dreams. Did you ever wonder why we dream? Why do we always have that one same dream? A lot of people questioned how dreams relate to their conscious life. Dream interpretation dates back to over one hundred years ago. Some try to remember their dreams, while others may experience de ja vu. A few reasons why people do not recall their dreams, is due to lack

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    I. The average person spends 4 collective years of their lives dreaming. Dreams are images, thoughts, sensations, and emotions that occur during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. REM sleep is one of sleep’s many stages. Others are the hypnagogic state, the stage between wakefulness and sleep, a brief first stage, and a second stage. If a person wakes during the second stage of sleep, they may not recall having slept at all. There is also the third stage, the final stage before REM and the deepest stage

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    The Comprehension of Dreams Julia Humphrey University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire Abstract Dreams are conventionally known as mental experiences during REM sleep and are very realistic for individuals while dreaming, making up an “imaginary world” subconsciously. Theorists such as Sigmund Freud, Rosalind Cartwright, J. Allan Hobson, and Michelle Carr all study different aspects of dreams and even create theories regarding them. As said before, dreams most commonly take place in the REM

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    everyone dreams. However, views on what dreams represent can vary drastically. Freud, a well known psychologist from the late 1800’s to early 1900’s, felt there was a strong relationship between dreams and the desires of the instinctual aspect of the unconscious, the id (Van de Castle, 1994). These unconscious desires could be analyzed through dreams by inspecting the manifest and latent content of the dream. Carl Jung, another well known psychologist from the Freudian time frame believed dreams were

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