It's your mind accessing your deepest feelings and emotions. When you have a nightmare it's actually your own mind scaring you. some people are aware of their dreaming and can also manipulate their dreams. This is called lucid dreaming.
Dreams and nightmares come from random thoughts in your head, or it might come from something you think about a lot. For example: When I played on the computer too much, I had a dream I was posting comments on a website.
theres many reasons to proclaim. the first reason is because we think too much about something that we should not think of or not. second of all, our brain does work in naturally. we think numorous of things and it works in our sleep time, which is it works opposite or you think and it poped in your head. therefore you know brain steel works in the sleep time. its really what you think about something. another reason is we have something problem something so God gave us a hint to solve the problem you know everyone has the problem. the bottom line is just get what the dream means to you.
Most people have 4-5 dreams per night, all on the same subject. You may have warning dreams, get an answer to a question, find out the truth about someone, etc...For example, if you're in high school and know someone named Jim, you might dream that he's doing something you know will hurt him. Maybe in your school gym, something's not working right and if not repaired, will break down. Rarely will a dream tell you something straightforward; they're normally in metaphor. Most of the time, they're about you. Even a nightmare is trying to tell you something, especially if it's a recurring nightmare. You should pay attention to recurring dreams; they'll probably continue until you understand what they're trying to tell you. An interesting fact about dreaming is, if you don't dream, this will eventually affect your mental status, but that's rare. Anyone who says they never dream doesn't remember them. The best way to remember your dreams is when you wake up. Think of the dreams right then, then write them down as soon as you can. Keep a journal. You'll be surprised at how much detail is attainable. Remember symbology in dreams is pertinent only to the dreamer.
The subconscious, sleeping mind is connected to the supernatural in ways no mortal understands. Most people believe that it is wise to pay attention to and try to understand dreams to learn either about yourself, your world, or the supernatural realm. Some dreams have been well-documented to be true visions of the future. I don't normally dream much (that I remember) but I've found that on weeks when I am making an effort to connect to God and bring my waking thoughts under His control, I will consistently have really ugly nightmares of things I couldn't have seen or known about (I don't watch horror movies). I've found that this is the case for others as well and the general consensus is that the nightmares are maliciously introduced by demonic forces in reaction to the new dedication. It's not like we can know for sure from our point of view, but I think this argument has some weight because I've also found that praying for protection over my sleeping mind shuts down these nightmares completely.
it depends on what your thinking about when your about to sleep.if its a dream you've been thinking about something good like candy.if its a nightmare you've been thinking about something scary like tornados. hope this helped!!! :D
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Emotions steer our dreams. As we experience events, we also experience emotions. It's those emotions that will create the dreamscape along with memories those emotions conjure. Hence, mixing of memories recalled from the same emotions will create unrealistic scenes. And as a dream continues, so will different emotions causing more memories to come forth and meld into more stories our brains create while asleep.
The reason we dream is to teach our selves how to deal with intense emotions.
During a time we experience danger and we feel terror and fear, our dreams (nightmares) will attempt to mold all similar events and train us. The next time that same terror and fear strikes us, we will be better able to handle the situation. We will be able to act quickly because this emotion will bring forth an instant answer on what to do because the dream has compiled other situations with the same emotions. Dreams are a way to teach us what to do the next time without having to remember each event separately and trying to decide what to do. This could take too much time when time is critical when your life is at stake. It's our dreams that allow us to act instantly. Simple.
I read about nightmares and dreams, and it said that usually good smells like something that smells good to use or familiar will give us good dreams, and smells that we don't like, or smells that we think smell bad will give us bad dreams. Also a good excuse for the person your sleeping next to not to fart. haha