Dreams

What are dreams? I’ve read that they are just self created images that your brain produces because it’s active while you’re sleeping. Is it more than that though?

In the Bible, dreams were often given to a person to show him/her a future event. Sometimes the individual receiving the dream couldn’t even interpret what it meant so he would have to call on help to explain it to him. Has this ever happened to you? Did the interpretation come true?

Nowadays you can type some key words or themes about your dream and the internet will pull thousands of website results that will try to interpret the meaning of the images you described. For example, I read that dreaming of a fish means you’re pregnant…is there any proof of these types of connections?

What about lucid dreams? This is when you can recognize that you’re dreaming and begin to take control of the dream. Have you ever experienced that? Some people say you can develop the skill to have lucid dreams whenever you want to. Is that possible? Do you think its a form of witchcraft or some type of dark dealings?

How about those of us who rarely have dreams (or rarely remember them)? Is it true that we dream most of the time but we forget the dreams, or do we just fail to dream most of the time?

Dreaming seems to be a tough topic to get our heads around because it’s not in physical form. We can’t look at it under a microscope or test it’s limits. It’s invisible. Is it spiritual? Given by God?

What are your thoughts?

I'm a married man of 18 years. We have three kids, 2 girls and a boy, and I'm a 17-year active duty military service member. I've always been a critical thinker and a close listener to what people are saying. I love to read and watch videos for personal and professional development. There's a ton of information out there and it doesn't always synchronize, so I enjoy the conversations that can develop from it. This is why I decided to share my thoughts and open the conversations to the world online. We can all become better through these discussions because there's always a different perspective.

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