do you take your dream seriously?

Philippines
September 9, 2008 2:15am CST
because many times in our life we sometimes came across every now and then of a situation we have seen probably in dreams....visit my article about a dream came true...http://www.arnoldream.blogspot.com/2008/08/food-oil-how-it-will-affects-us_28.html
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@oyenkai (4396)
• Philippines
9 Sep 08
I don't take dreams seriously in the sense that I believe they are premonitions. It actually works the other way around. If you concentrate (faithfully) your whole being (yourself) to something then it will come true. This was actually aptly discussed in the book "Secret". I think you would be very much interested in it. Neurologically speaking, dreams are simply "random" images that flash in your brain when you sleep. This happens every time you enter the REM stage (Rapid Eye Movement). Psychologically speaking, these random images are not supposed to be remembered. If you do remember them, it means you did not get the most rest out of your sleep. And if you do "interpret" (note the term) it is most likely based on your own experiences or what you subconsciously wish and therefore creating your very own "premonition" (which is no longer faithful to its original definition because it is already somehow intended). Basically appropriate interpretations can be done on one's dreams but the interpretation will reflect your experiences, not your future. (But your experiences do affect your future, and that's where the "premonition" enters into the false interpretation). I hope I was able to shed more light on dreams. Have a wonderful dreamless sleep!
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• Philippines
9 Sep 08
wheew! that was somethiiiiing. thanks for the answer which makes me to dig deep to what you are telling and thats o.k for me
@oyenkai (4396)
• Philippines
9 Sep 08
Thank you for reading through my long post. I was afraid that it would scare you haha I learned a lot of it from my brother who is a Nurse and the other stuff I learned from Psych101 in school. So I guess I have enough credibility :D
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• Philippines
9 Sep 08
again thats o.k for me, and thank you for such a great posting you made, i know you can make it great in mylot sharing your mind and wit to others...God Bless
• United States
14 Sep 08
Not when they're totally bizarre !! But yes, sometimes I do take them seriously. Dreams can sometimes have a hidden meaning which one should not fail to see.
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• Philippines
15 Sep 08
i do also believe what you have said friend and sometimes dream become a link of communication in a mysterious way.
@nickventere (1423)
• Zambia
9 Sep 08
I don't take my dreams that serious although there have been times when I have encountered same event and location as had in a dream some time back. It is a little difficult to explain, but it has happened before. Regardless of that, I have never taken my dreams very seriously.
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• Philippines
9 Sep 08
sometimes there are things in us by which logic and science cannot explain nor give explanation to certain things..maybe its part of our nature to see things beyond times..after all we are told that man was created in God's likeness and image..is it not God knows the things beyond time...thanks that is quite a thought again to think about...
@rsa101 (22896)
• Philippines
9 Sep 08
Well I think dreams has some message if not spiritually it is from our mind telling us something about our experiences that we refused to tackle during our wake up periods and some that we experienced during our waking periods. So I think if you could recall your dream it is best that you analyze and compare it with your waking period how it relates to you.
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