Saturday, October 27, 2012

Classify the types of dreams

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 Classify the types of dreams
Dear readers, in our last post of Menfranco Dreamland Modified, we have introduced our views about dreamland and the dream that we dream in a general way.  
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So now, because we would like to continue to talk about dreams, let us talk about dreams in general terms and also try to classify them the best way we can.
I believe that generally speaking there are two types of dreams, which are: the dreams that we dream when we are asleep, and the dreams that we dream when we are awake.
The dreams that we dream when we are asleep can be divided into three types at least:
(1) Shallow dreams that seem body dreams.
(2) Normal mental dreams and deep psychological dreams.
(3) Dreams from the unknown, as the Afterlife world and the cosmic world.
All the dreams that we dream when we are asleep are linked close together, and they can be so close together that it is hard to know when one ends and the other begins, in fact they usually overlap each other a lot. And sometimes also the daydreams can creep into the night dreams.
I will talk about the daydreams later on, but now let us talk about the dreams that we dream when we are asleep.
Sleeping dreams, Type-one.
These dreams seem to be mostly shallow dreaming, and they are often only a reflection of life that we happen to live at that particular time, and part of these dreams we’ll dream while we are half asleep, and part of them when we are fully asleep; these dreams will usually reflect the happenings of the day before the dream, or something that we have thought that was about to happen, or something that our body needs and the need surfaces in our thought as we sleep.
So in this type of dreams, it is very likely to happen, that if we have had a very busy and confuse day, our dreams will usually show that feeling of confusion, and while we dream of one thing it suddenly changes to something else, and there are times when the very same objects that we have used during the day may come into our dreams, perhaps they will be there only for a split second, or they may be replaced by something else and only the rhythm of the happenings may be present on our dream.
These types of dreams seem to suggest that our mind is sorting out the happenings of the day before, and perhaps filing them in its own way, before our mind can have a real rest.
A second type of these dreams is when we are asleep and our body feels the need for something, then we may very well dream of the desired things: So if we go to bed hungry in our sleep we may dream of food, and perhaps we may try to eat it but usually we would not succeed, so that our hunger remains with us. If we are thirsty we may dream of water, and of fountains and of any other sort of drinks, but somehow we don’t drink and if we do we wonder why it doesn’t quench our thirst; and this is all because our body needs is still present in our dream.
If we need to go to the toilet for a piss, we will dream of trying to find a toilet, and we will have all sorts of problems to find a spot to piss, and when we have found one and try to piss we wake up, and find out that we have really to go to the real toilet.
If at night we have a bad digestion or something else that affect our well being, whether we are aware of it or not, we may very likely have a nightmare. Here it seems to me that our mind doesn’t want our body to relax completely, so we have a nightmare in order to keep our circulation going faster that it would normally do if we were asleep, and in doing so we may solve more readily our present physical problem.
So all these types of dreams seem to have a purpose, which is to adjust any difference needed between mind and body while we are asleep. And also our mind needs to dream in order to review those day happenings, and file them in its own way.
I believe that it might work very much like this:
For example; if you feel a clean glass with dirty water, and then leave it on the bench overnight: In the morning you will find that most of the impurities in the water are settled at the bottom, and a few that are lighter than water at the top, so most of the water now is clear water.
In a parallel way like the glass of water, while our body rests at night our mind works by settling things down, so during our dreams our mind seems to be looking at the impurities settling down, and our dreams are the process of settlement and purification, and when everything has settled our mind then will file them to keep a record and shut them down in a corner of our brain.
The conclusion for this type of dreams is that: Dreams type-one have something to do with the ever present body needs of the dreamer.
This above is an explanation for type 1 dreams; type 2 dreams and other explanation will be written in our future posts, because here-under I would like to write about the cosmic or spiritual dreams, even though these dreams could be classified as the third type of dreams, since these writings now are being modified and follow more closely our religious views, at this point of time.
So, next time we will post, Explaining cosmic dreams.
See you soon.   
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