Types of Dream

In earlier post “Dreams as pseudo Oxygen”. I posted about dream and it’s importance. In this I explain about it’s types. It classified below

Ordinary dreams are the unconscious mind’s reactions to something witnessed or experienced by the conscious mind. For example, if you planned a vacation during the day, you might dream about beach that night.

Recurring dreams are the unconscious mind’s way to try and teach a lesson that needs to be learned. If you repeatedly dream about driving then passing the same sites at every turn, yet you never seem to get anywhere; your subconscious might be trying to encourage you to pay attention to and change up your routine.

Lucid dreams occur when you are actually aware that you’re dreaming and you have the power to control your dreams. You might decide to dream about singer before you go to sleep, and end up dreaming about singing with a band of singers.

Telepathic dreams open the door to communication between loved ones who’ve transitioned and your unconscious mind. It is called telepathic because communication with those who have passed on occurs with mind-to-mind communication. If a loved one shows up in your dream, pay attention to their presence. The easiest way for them to communicate is in dreams.

Premonitory dreams are premonitions but they can also allow the dreamer to travel into their future in a dream state. By doing so, they can witness things that could happen in the future. You could have a dream about the colour blue; which you decide to wear to work the next day. And, the moment you walk in, you notice that everyone else at work seemed to have had the same dream; everyone has something blue on. Premonitory dreams are often the source of Deja vu because the soul recognizes what it’s already witnessed in dreams.

Nightmares are a response to fear and often stem from both childhood and past lives. They can be brought on by a trigger during the waking hours. The soul houses all memories of its existence and, since we’re always learning, sometimes something we experience during our waking hours will perpetuate the soul memory of a similar situation. Warnings also can be perceived in nightmares: “if you first see a frightful event in a dream, you can prevent harm from happening in waking life. For example, nightmares can warn against acting on impulse, as well as show that certain feelings and emotions are unhealthy.”

Daydreams tend to occur when the body and mind are in a relaxed state, and are designed to distract the mind. A recent National Geographic article suggested that daydreaming turns off the analytical part of the brain and makes you more creative. This occurs because the mind seeks an escape from the task at hand, and therefore the creative side kicks in.

So, the Dreams are an incredible reminder of just how connected we are to the universal consciousness. They are a door, a portal that not only allows us to learn and grow but to also receive guidance and love from the worlds beyond this one.