Intro to Dreams — Subconscious life
What is a dream?
“A series of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. An involuntary vision occurring to a person when awake. A vision voluntarily indulged in while awake; daydream; reverie. An aim ambition, aspiration; goal, hope.”http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/dream
Who is a dreamer?
A dreamer is someone like me who has vivid and sometimes colorful visions that are remembered well to this day. Audio and tactile sensations are also part of my dreams. Sometimes my mind drifts towards far reaching states of mind for my future. And those will have become fruition of and on their own pace.
Why record dreams?
Recording dreams is a good way to understanding the processes of the subconscious mind. In the past, I’ve noticed my mind would replay and reinterpret my deep thoughts about words, images, sounds or any sensation that may have occurred during my conscious or certain moments of awake state.
When should dreams be recorded?
I usually start recording my dreams upon rising or at any time I happen to remember the details from prior times. The most remembered are the important ones worth sharing; while the lesser dreams somehow do not get a chance to make the pages of my blog and are forgotten.
How should I record my dreams?
A good habit to start out would be to have a writing implement and some sort of surface media nearby in order to etch what the subsections of the mind has been able to bring to the conscious mind state. These two tools are handy especially nearby the sleeping area. I prefer to enter my dreams electronically through the computer.
Where should I begin my research on dreams?
Below is a section, which includes samples of my dreams that I could remember with the most vivid details. What I do remember has been entered mostly through the computer. Others are completely forgotten or not as important to enter into my blogs. And I should have been better prepared with pen and paper to recall those difficult details in my dreams.
Some dreams are not meant to be prophetic or a window to my mind. And some of my dreams may be weird to most but that is part of sharing what is not normally expressed during the conscious state of mind. At times I may embarrass myself for being too revealing but there is more to understanding a person than during the awakened state. My dreams may indeed be informative about me and my realities.
I do not offer any explanations whatsoever. Your subjective interpretation on this topic is as good as mine. These titillating stories in the form of short stories and poems are meant to be enjoyed at your leisure and to have a good, healthy laugh, too.
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