6. Lucid Dreaming
A person who has mastered the art of lucid dreaming is able to control their dreams. An ongoing dream is like a movie in front of them. It is possible to twist, turn and manipulate the sequences keeping the same plot and establish their own ending as per convenience.
7. More Negative Than Positive
Most people tend to have more negative dreams than positive ones. The most common emotions in dreams are anger, fear and anxiety. We try and overcome whatever we can’t in real life through dreams which is why our dreams tend to be violent and aggressive. So, don’t worry if you witness frequent nightmares.
8. Hidden Messages in Dreams
Often, our dreams tend to have hidden messages. The occurrence or reoccurrence of certain objects or activities is supposed to convey something. E.g.:
> Dirty water signifies that the person is not healthy.
> Cakes signify rejoice and celebrations of accomplishments.
> Feet can signify everything from sex to humiliation.
9. Dream Drugs
Because some people are obsessed with dreams and love dreaming so much, they want to continue dreaming even when they’re awake. So, they consume a hallucinogen known as Dimethyltryptamine, which triggers dreams. It is an isolated and chemical form of chemical which our brain produces while dreaming.
10. Dream Catcher
The beautiful rings which consist of webs of threads woven in them is the most popular Native American symbol for dreams. It is believed to catch the most beautiful dreams and help in getting rid of nightmares. Today, it is sold all over the world as decorative pieces.
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