Different Types of Dreams and Their Interpretations


Article by Jackson Swift

There are two meanings to the word dream. One, it means the set of goals that a person wants to achieve. Dreams are what a person wants to become in the future. Secondly, it can also mean the natural occurrence at night when a person is in slumber. Dreams, in this sense, are images, sensations, and thoughts that pass through a person?s mind when asleep. These images can sometimes be as vivid as watching a movie on screen while there can also be times when these are blurry that comprehension would seem difficult.

Many people believe that dreams do have meanings. Dreams, according to many, are a product of the subconscious mind. They further say that these contain messages that the inner voice of the person is trying to say. Dreams, they say, also try to signal or warn the person of something that is bound to happen. These may either be negative or positive thoughts.

But before we get even more intrigued by the meanings of dreams, it would be best to first identify the different types of dreams and their interpretations.

One common type of dream is the daydream. Daydreaming is a level of consciousness between being asleep and being awake. Everyday, a person has a tendency to daydream for about 70-120 minutes. Daydreaming happens when a person is awake and allows oneself to be carried into dreamland by thoughts alone. The person then loses contact with the real world and goes into dreaming.

False awakening dream, which is another type of dream, includes instances when one feels like waking up and doing every routine like brushing one?s teeth, washing the face, and heading for work. However, one wakes up again to realize that it was only a dream.

The nightmare is a common type of dream of most people. With this dream, a person wakes up feeling anxious and frightened. These may be a response to real life trauma and belong to the special category called Post-traumatic Stress Nightmare (PSN).

Recurring dreams are dreams that are repeated a lot of times. The variations are very little but the whole dream is almost the same. Recurring dreams usually happen as a result of a conflict that has not been resolved. Until the solution is found, these dreams will continue to recur.

Healing dreams are those that have a connection to a person?s health. This is also called ?prodromic? by ancient Greeks. For many, dreams may signal the person that something wrong might happen. For example, the person may suffer from an asthma or heart attack. In short, healing dreams may help a person avoid having health accidents.

Prophetic dreams are another type of dream. This is a way of foretelling the future. It is believed that the subconscious mind has a way of putting bits and pieces of information that are normally overlooked by a person when awake. This means that information has already been processed even before it is received by the human mind.

There are many types of dreams with their interpretations. When fully understood, these dreams may help a person avoid or achieve a lot of things. One thing remains to be true, dreams do have meanings and they occur for many reasons.

Jackson Swift is the author of this article for Universal Psychic Guild that offers accurate psychic reading, telephone readings and chinese zodiac signs services.










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