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What Are Dreams

All of us dream, several times a night. It is believed by some that we sleep in order that we may dream. It is during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep that we do most of our dreaming. If we are deprived of sleep, REM sleep increases on sebsequent nights. Sleep deprivation prevents us from completing our dreams and we sebsequently enagage in dream-like thinking during our waking states of consciousness. Such is the power of the dream.

The act of dream is physiological (physical), whereas the content of the dream is psychological. The images, emotions and activities of the dream are a product of the individual's unconscious mind, having to do with the total make-up of one's human condition (conscious and unconscious). Most images (symbols) in dreams are personal representations of the individual (dealing with events and emotions in our waking lives), but also found within the dream are representations (symbols) that have nothing to do with the individual's personal knowledge. These are what Carl Jung called the archetypal images, images that are from the collective knowledge of all mankind (actually predate mankind itself). Their images symbolize the tendencies of the human mind that form representations of mythological motifs - representations that can vary a great deal without losing their basic patterns. An archetype is not a specific image or motif but variations of the images and motifs that are found in mythology. The archetype is a predisposition (previous inclinations) to an image, a common psychic structure that parallels the common human structure (patterns in life). The archetype itself cannot be experienced; all we can know of it is its effect on dreams, emotions, actions and other mental contents.....more

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Autos Boats Bridge Buddha Bugs Chains Cliff Clothes Colors Conflict Dancing Devil Death Dragon Drowning Dying
Eagle Earth Earthquake Father Fighting Fish God Goddess Gun Guilt Hair Hands Horse House Insects Jesus
Monster Moon Mother Nightmares Nudity Numbers People Rape Relationships Room Sex Serpent Snake Sun Teeth Urinating Water

A motif as a main element, idea or feature of art, literature and music {the Muse}. In dreams the motif is the main theme, with the possibility of one or more motifs within it. The symbols point to the motif(s), which describe the events, emotions, activities of the dreamer's psychological life. Motif(s) are the main theme(s) contained within the dream.... read more

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