What dreams may come

Ever since I was a teenager, I have been fascinated with the nature of dreams. Did you know that scientists still don’t know exactly why we dream? It remains largely a mystery. Sometimes it feels just like your brain is a computer that needs to be recalibrated, refreshed and reset. Other times, you remember a vivid dream that feels significant. I often check out dream interpretations to decipher symbols … and they often make perfect sense.

Apparently if you make a habit of writing your dreams down right after you wake up, you will begin to remember them better and to have more vibrant and involved dreams. I am going to try this out and see if my dreams have any messages for me — perhaps in conjunction with meditating and praying.

Check out 99 amazing facts about dreams. Aren’t flying dreams the best?


2 responses to “What dreams may come

  1. Dreams are always a source of power if you know how to use them. It is not easy to stay motivated, but if you succeed in being insistent and stay motivated, you will be able to make any dream come true.

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