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Exploring Your Dreams

October 7, 2007 on 7:14 pm | In Dreamwork | No Comments

Dream Visions is dedicated to exploring and working with dreams. There is a lot to know about dreams, from ancient wisdom to modern medical research. And there is a lot you can do with dreams: get messages, explore other worlds, diagnose illness, solve problems, see the future, and just have fun.

This site will explore many areas relating to dreams and many ways of interacting with them. Dreamwork includes many ways of interpreting dreams and learning from them. We will explore some of the different ways you can work with your dreams.

Everyone Dreams

Everyone dreams, though not everyone remembers dreaming. You can easily train yourself to remember dreams, just by making an effort to remember whatever you can and writing it down.

How to Remember Your Dreams

If you make a commitment to yourself to try each day to remember what you dreamed, especially if you begin to keep a dream journal, you will quickly find that dream memories come back to you, sometimes later the same day, sometimes weeks, months, or even years later.

Information in Dreams

Listening to you dreams can provide you with information about your life, your body, your health, your relationships, and the lives of the people around you. Dreams can provide warning of illness that has not yet been diagnosed or problems that you are not consciously aware of. They can also provide reassuring answers to questions.

Getting Answers in Dreams

Several famous scientists have admitted to finding solutions to major research problems in their dreams. Various other prominent people, from artists to military commanders, have similar stories. We will discuss those stories here, and many more.

Importance of Dreaming

There are many types of dreams, and not all of them are significant. Yet all dreams are valuable. Dreaming is essential to physical and mental health.

Research has shown that people who are deprived of sleep for long periods, or simply deprived of dreaming by medications or other drugs, become psychotic. In effect, they start dreaming while wide awake, and cannot tell the difference between dreams and reality.

Dream Symbols

We will discuss dream symbols. There are certain symbols that are common in the dreams of people in many cultures. Most symbols, though, are personal. The same symbol may mean something quite different in your dream than it does in mine. We will talk about the common symbols and how to discover what your own dream symbols mean to you.

Will You Share Your Dreams?

What are your dream visions? How would you like to explore them here?

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