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  1. Is worth. But before that, study Jung and Freud. Dreams are our unconscious, and we see things in our dreams that we actively repress when we are awake. There is no need to analyze the dream from the point of view of superstition, we dream of something that bothers us, you need to sit down and analyze why you had this dream today, what you pushed into the unconscious and what you should do to free your psyche (if the same dream is dreamed very often).

  2. Yes, because many people in a dream can repeat any main topic or idea, a desire that excites them, based on this information, you can already draw some conclusions about the psychological state of a person.

    From my own experience, I can assume that dreams are most likely the strongest sublimation of the dreamer's character and personal life experience. At the same time, if you try to interpret any vivid dream using a sufficient amount of imagination, you will come to the conclusion that it speaks about completely different and completely contradictory experiences of yours. For example, the same dream may indicate the desirability and non-desirability of an event at the same time. A desire seen in a dream and revealed as a result of analysis can be seen by a person already fulfilled and at the same time still only coming to fulfillment and even impossible to fulfill at all. What you see in a dream, sometimes, should be perceived with the opposite sign.

    It is unlikely that anyone understood this entanglement inherent in dreams better than Freud. Although, it can be argued that Freud worked only with neurotic patients, whose dreams, contradiction should be inherent by definition. But neurosis is not some serious disease, like schizophrenia, every person who doubts something has a predisposition to neurotic contradiction. Neurosis is a pathological doubt that leads to uncertainty.

    Dreams of healthy people, however, can never express only one desire and one thought, on the contrary, due to the fact that in a dream a person practically does not have to analyze the signals coming from the senses, the sleeper's brain gets the opportunity to recall the most distant events and build the most intricate mental constructions, so even discoveries can be made in a dream. A typical dream is a tangle of a wide variety of thoughts, impressions, memories, ideas, and desires. This interweaving is so great that it is not known whether any person is able to analyze his dream completely, recalling all its elements and related thoughts. Despite this, in a dream there is often a main theme that immediately catches your eye.

    It is better to start analyzing your sleep immediately after you wake up. It is even better to do this in a semi-conscious state or even in the process of lucid sleep. Freud said that it is internal criticism that prevents us from understanding the meaning of a dream, and in the unconscious state the function of critical analysis (which can interfere with the interpretation of a dream) is practically absent. In this state, a person is extremely suggestible – he can dream of the most incredible events and creatures, but he almost never asks himself whether this is possible.

  3. You should definitely analyze your own dreams. In fact, in a dream, our fate gives us hints about what will happen to us in the near future. In part, the plots of dreams indicate that something bad will happen to us, and in part-something good. If you saw a bad story in a dream, you need to go to the bathroom, open the tap, put your hand under the stream of water and ask that the water wash away all the bad things. If you do this, then nothing bad will happen to you later, despite the content of the dream.

    There are also good dreams. For example, if you dream of g – – – o, then this is a sure sign that you will soon receive money. Good dreams should be appreciated, and bad ones should be thrown out of your head completely. And everything will be fine.

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