A per­son­’s dream is a mes­sage from our sub­con­scious. This was known even in the Mid­dle Ages. Dreams were explained by the man­i­fes­ta­tion of the inner voice and obeyed. Often only a spe­cial­ist is able to reveal the mean­ing of dreams. Each night mes­sage should be treat­ed very indi­vid­u­al­ly, tak­ing into account the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the char­ac­ter, past events and per­son­al expe­ri­ences of the per­son. There­fore, even the most detailed inter­preter explain­ing the mean­ing of dreams will not give a detailed expla­na­tion of your dreams and, most impor­tant­ly, what they mean.

Human sleep — signals from the unconscious

Human sleep - signals from the unconscious

Our brain does not work from 9.00 to 18.00, when we are at work, but inces­sant­ly, albeit with an unequal degree of pow­er. Includ­ing when we sleep.

A per­son­’s dream is a reflec­tion of his per­son­al­i­ty. The high­er the lev­el of intel­li­gence of a per­son, the more com­plex the prob­lem he has, the brighter and more intri­cate the dreams will be. Sim­ple night visions can be ana­lyzed by your­self, guid­ed by folk inter­preters of dreams. For exam­ple, a man pro­posed to you and dreams that you are going to vis­it his friend. And there he meets the wife of a friend who does not exist in real life. What is the mean­ing of this dream? It tells that you would rather mar­ry not the one who made you a mar­riage pro­pos­al, but this very friend, and his wife from a dream is you your­self. There­fore, do not rush to accept the offer. You do not need to refuse imme­di­ate­ly, but it is advis­able not to rush into mar­riage. How­ev­er, such an inter­pre­ta­tion of dreams is based only on folk wis­dom, in fact, night dreams are very close­ly relat­ed to the psy­cho­log­i­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics of a per­son.

The uncon­scious prefers to give sig­nals through the mean­ing of dreams. If the con­tent of a per­son­’s dream is con­stant­ly repeat­ed, then this con­stan­cy of the sub­con­scious should be treat­ed with spe­cial atten­tion. Espe­cial­ly if it’s a recur­ring night­mare. For exam­ple, psy­chol­o­gists say that falling from a height indi­cates a high degree of anx­i­ety and inter­nal dis­com­fort. More­over, the longer you fall, the deep­er and more seri­ous the prob­lem and its elim­i­na­tion should be tak­en with par­tic­u­lar seri­ous­ness. Being late in a dream is also a rea­son to be puz­zled. This man­i­fests a sense of guilt and dis­sat­is­fac­tion with one’s behav­ior, remorse for pre­vi­ous mis­con­duct.

Organizing thoughts and information while you sleep

A key role in the cre­ation of dreams is played by 2 areas of the mid­brain, which are respon­si­ble for guess­ing and pre­dict­ing events.

A dream can not only help in iden­ti­fy­ing and elim­i­nat­ing a prob­lem, but also relieve ten­sion. Let’s say you dreamed that you could­n’t give birth. What does such a dream mean? This dream clears the mind of unnec­es­sary rub­bish: unnec­es­sary thoughts, unjus­ti­fied wor­ries. Such night visions do not allow you to get hung up on the prob­lem and load the brain with unnec­es­sary infor­ma­tion. Dur­ing sleep, the uncon­scious orga­nizes thoughts and infor­ma­tion that have entered the brain as a result of con­scious search­es and leads to cer­tain con­clu­sions. After such a dream, a per­son wakes up and makes an impor­tant dis­cov­ery, writes down a bril­liant thought, cre­ates a melody. Psy­chol­o­gists advise putting writ­ing mate­ri­als on the night­stand by the bed before going to bed in order to have time to write down valu­able ideas inspired dur­ing sleep. Oth­er­wise, in the morn­ing it may hap­pen that a mag­nif­i­cent thought after wak­ing up com­plete­ly evap­o­rat­ed from mem­o­ry.

You can hear your inner voice not nec­es­sar­i­ly only in a dream. Dur­ing the morn­ing awak­en­ing and day­time sleep, the sub­con­scious and con­scious­ness are very close.

The influence of the meaning of dreams on human psychology and health

The influence of the meaning of dreams on human psychology and health

The mean­ing of some dreams sig­nals the exist­ing prob­lems in the psy­cho­log­i­cal or phys­i­cal health of a per­son:

  • Delayed awak­en­ing.

You got up, dressed, washed, cooked break­fast, woke up the chil­dren… And sud­den­ly the alarm clock rang. As it turned out, all this hap­pened dur­ing sleep — wak­ing up before the call, you fell asleep again. Thus, chron­ic fatigue, psy­cho­log­i­cal or phys­i­cal, man­i­fests itself. Your sub­con­scious does not allow you to wake up and cre­ates the illu­sion that you are already up. It is def­i­nite­ly worth think­ing about a relax­ing day off. Arrange your­self a good rest: walk, read, watch movies. Not accus­tomed to wast­ing pre­cious time in vain? But, as you can see, the sub­con­scious says that at the present time you real­ly need such a qui­et rest.

  • A state of mis­un­der­stand­ing.

Wake up and can’t fig­ure out where you are and what day it is? It is not nec­es­sar­i­ly the con­se­quences of yes­ter­day’s stormy evening. With this feel­ing, peo­ple often wake up whose pro­fes­sion and life rou­tine do not have a spe­cif­ic sched­ule and sta­bil­i­ty. When awak­en­ing in this state, veg­e­ta­tive symp­toms some­times appear: rapid heart rate, chills, per­spi­ra­tion. If this hap­pens, then you should long ago stream­line your life and make it more mean­ing­ful.

  • Hap­py dream.

Awak­en­ing in a state of eupho­ria. Dream­ing of some­thing every­day, ordi­nary, but at the same time pleas­ant and warm. And I real­ly don’t want to leave this state. This often hap­pens against the back­drop of pro­tract­ed tur­moil, lead­ing to a depres­sive state. The sub­con­scious mind helps you to return to a hap­py life at least for a short time, to regain faith in luck. Remem­ber this inner state, what feel­ings and thoughts you had at that moment, and some­times try to con­scious­ly evoke them.

  • Rapid awak­en­ing state.

We woke up instant­ly, as if some­one had pushed, no half-drowsi­ness. This means that some seri­ous and, most like­ly, pos­i­tive events are cur­rent­ly tak­ing place that com­plete­ly absorb all your thoughts, and the sub­con­scious is sim­ply not able to break through. Per­haps it is eas­i­er to make a deci­sion this way, but at the same time, it is pos­si­ble to make a mis­take. Do not have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to lis­ten to your inner voice dur­ing the day? Then try to think about it at least before going to bed. It hap­pens that it is at this time that a more sober and cor­rect per­cep­tion of the sit­u­a­tion comes.

  • Alarm state.

Dreamed of unpleas­ant events involv­ing rel­a­tives. Wak­ing up wor­ried, you call your loved ones, this dream of a per­son is very rem­i­nis­cent of a pre­mo­ni­tion. But do not wor­ry, as this is a com­mon state of anx­i­ety. How­ev­er, the uncon­scious con­sid­ers it its duty to warn against all sorts of neg­a­tive options for the devel­op­ment of the sit­u­a­tion on the top­ic “what hap­pened?”.

  • A state of uncer­tain­ty.

I just want to close my eyes for a moment, and at that time I can’t dream of any­thing! For exam­ple, inco­her­ent events, strangers — in gen­er­al, absolute chaos. Woke up like this? It means that your life is too peace­ful and mea­sured, poor in events, thrills and vivid emo­tions. Per­haps it is worth chang­ing some­thing in your life: place of res­i­dence, pro­fes­sion, image. Some­times this is not easy, but nec­es­sary for absolute har­mo­ny.

It is dif­fi­cult to deter­mine the bound­aries of the uncon­scious, but every­thing that we remem­ber and every­thing that has ever hap­pened to us is stored there, like in an archive. Every dream hides a mes­sage, amaz­ing dis­cov­er­ies and new infor­ma­tion about your health and about your­self in gen­er­al. Along with these dis­cov­er­ies and new knowl­edge, a per­son becomes more holis­tic, con­fi­dent, ener­getic, and many details of the psy­chol­o­gy of his inner world fall into place.


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