In the dream I was a character (a Sim) in the sims game, I’d move around doing all the usual stuff, also I was a member of a really big Sim family so I’d interact with them sometimes, and yes in gibberish. but when I make some sort of mistake or action the controller (the person playing I guess) didn’t intend he would want to re-set the game with another sim!
What is a Dream?
Dreams are a communication of body, mind and spirit in a symbolic communicative environmental state of being.
That’s it! Now that you are thoroughly confused let me explain in a more down to earth language. Our brains are in constant activity. Different states of consciousness (like awake, asleep, alert, drowsy, excited, bored, concentrating or daydreaming) cause different brain wave activity. Our conscious mind, or the part we think with, our “window” into life, only takes up a very small portion of our brain activity.
(some say this is only 10%) Other areas control things like breathing, heartbeat, converting light to vision, sound to hearing, balance when we walk, etc. etc. This too has it’s own percentage (small). Another area controls imagination. This area is widely an undiscovered frontier. Imagination is more then dreaming of a new car .
And then there is the activity called dreaming. I think that to a certain extent, we dream all the time. Even while awake! But the process is functioning in our subconscious mind, out of view from our “window”. During certain cycles of brain activity while asleep, we can “view” these dreams with our conscious mind and record them in our memory. (this is why we sometimes remember them).
But what are dreams? Well, with the above kept in mind (especially the order from chaos part) try to imagine this.; Your brain mind and spirit, while at rest “review” and analysis in it’s own way long term, short term and spirit memory. It kicks around emotions, thoughts, ideas, actions and interactions of the short term memory. It has in it’s background the.
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