How dreams do its impact over Human Beings

The first step to interpreting a dream is to ask yourself whether the dream has meaning or if it has no significance at all. Dreams that have the most meaning will generally occur during the deepest part of your sleep which will be between the times of 2:00 – 7:00 A.M. However, meaningful dreams can occur at any time of the day.

Dreams that are affected by our physical environment have little meaning or impact. For example, a dream involving a physical condition such as a sound or a physical action won’t have an important meaning. Dreamers often interpret physical surroundings or sensations that are occurring in their waking life and incorporate these feelings into their dream.

A man that is slowly falling out of his bed as he is fast asleep, might have a dream that he is falling from a sky scraper. His subconscious mind is interpreting the physical action of falling from his bed, and converting it to the dream language of falling from a skyscraper.

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Similarly, physical noises and sounds can also make their way into our dream world. A person might hear ringing bells in their dream that are caused by their phone ringing as they sleep.

External circumstances such as grief or fear can also have a major impact on our dreams. This explains why people have nightmares after they watch a horror film. The emotions and fear you experienced from watching the horror film, can be translated directly to your dreams.

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