Updated: Jan 1
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How many of you have had incredible dreams that you forget about the next day? I hate it when things like that happen. The next morning, I wake up feeling great about something I don't even remember. But there are a few dreams that I recall because they usually always include me ultimately meeting Dylan O'Brien and Shahid Kapoor. Haha!!
Well, to talk about dreams I'd say,
Our dreams are a mirror of what we truly desire. It can also be defined as a series of flashes of all the images, thoughts, and feelings we've seen or felt on that particular day. It's sometimes about our deepest wishes, and other times it's about memories flooding in.
Humans like to do tasks with as little difficulty as possible, while Life, on the other side, teaches us to complete tasks via struggle. Many people believe that fighting for what we want is the only way to achieve our goals. This is something that 95% of the world's population agrees on. Some people, on the other hand, never accept "the facts." So, in order to get through the fight with leisure, they created a masterpiece that we now refer to as "A Plan."
But here’s the thing about dreams, dreams are never planned. The last thought of the day occurs in the second before we fall asleep. The lone exception to the Theory of Planning is dreams. It's strange how we can think about different things with our eyes closed and then wake up the next morning not remembering anything or remembering everything.
Our subconscious mind has a lot of creativity. It allows us to feel, see, and envision what we want. It sends us to a completely different imaginative universe, which is both bizarre and exciting. From within, our subconscious mind helps us to be free and liberal. We all have unpleasant dreams from time to time that worry us. Believe me, when I have a nasty dream, I wake up irritated and in a bad attitude. I cry for no apparent reason at times. My brother once recorded a video of me when I was sleeping and I was having a really awful dream. I don't recall anything, but I'm certain I was having a nightmare.
My approach to this is to watch F.R.I.E.N.D.S. or The Office exclusively. It'll only be a matter of time before I'm back to normal, bright, and lame.
I've heard a lot of strange theories concerning dreams, and Freudian dreaming is one of the most prominent.
This theory was put forward by neurologist Sigmund Freud. He said that the human brain is divided into three parts:
Id: Our unconscious. Urges, desires, wishes, and dreams.
Ego: The rational and moral part of the mind.
Superego: It censors the id and enforces the morals of the ego.
Freud claimed that when you are awake, your id is suppressed but when asleep, your primal impulses gain the chance to express itself and that is what dreams are made of; our unsuppressed and unconscious desires and dreams.
(ID is one of the personality components)
Finally, I'd like to state that I completely agree that our dream helps us to express our spontaneous side of the mind. I say this because my favourite part of the day is the nighttime. I explore all the creative ideas at that time and I enjoy them so very much. I hope y'all do to.
A Short Hindi poetry written by me-
"Aaj phir chaand aaya tha mujhse milney,
Maine use pucha, tum rozz mere sapno me kyu aatey ho?
Toh vo haskar bola, tum rozz mujhe sapno me kyu bulati ho?"
Thankyou so much for reading guys!
If you remember any of your intriguing dreams then let me know in the comment section.