When a person is asleep, the brain can involuntarily create a series of images, thoughts, feelings, or sensations. This succession of mental images, visions, or activity is known by all as “dreams.”
Amazingly, even when we are asleep and where the mind is in an unconscious state, we are able to remember, sometimes very vividly, some of our dreams. This is because our brain becomes conscious only at a certain extent and level, that it only registers what it creates while in that state. Perhaps this can also explain why some can recall only a little detail of their dream and some don’t remember anything at all.
Interpreting Dreams Based On Your Life
While there are theories and speculations, scientists are still bewildered as to why we dream, how we dream, and if it is possible to control them. While it is interesting to know the answers to those questions, people seem to be more interested in knowing the hidden meaning of dreams, whether in a logical or mystical perspective.
Dream interpreters are guided by ancient sciences and spiritual sciences to give insightful interpretations of dreams. But, their interpretation of a dream is not a one-size-fits-all, which means even if two people have a similar dream, the interpretation of one will not be true or the same for the other person.
Dream interpreters of https://earaaf.com/تفسير-حلم-2/ have learned to decipher and read dreams from their ancestors as well as from books of knowledge, which have taken them many years of prudent study. With this knowledge, they carefully analyze relevant details from your personal life (which you will be asked to provide), giving them a clearer context to decrypt and give rational meaning to your dream.
It does make sense to interpret a dream based on some details of the person’s personal life since there are factors in both a person’s outside environment and inner environment that influence dreams. When it comes to our inner environment, our psychological state is a factor influencing our dreams. For instance, the colors that we see when we dream seem to be affected when the person is depressed. Muted colors are linked to depression, so one can interpret that dreams in black and white or in gray shades could indicate depression.