dreams and the subconscious

The real testimony of tests and research in sleep laboratories is that almost everyone dreams of 4-5 dreams in a night, dreaming about the average of 5 years of our lives. It may be thought that dreams are superficial and that dreams are some meaningless and scattered images; but when we look deeply it is seen that our dreams have pointed out to our mood, to some events we have experienced in the past, to things that affect us, to things we have tried to avoid from thinking. Everyone dreams; Those who say 'I do not dream' are those who do not remember their dreams. A large part of those who remember their dreams need to interpret the images they see by making dream interpretations. The subconscious, which has been born from our congenital self, filtered through billions of years of life experiences, most often emerges during dreams.

Think of your whole mind like an iceberg. The conscious mind is the small part of the ice above the water, and the subconscious is the real part of the gigantic mass under the water. The part that is active when we are awake is our conscious side, while when we are asleep, the unconscious mind emerges which is the actual active part of our lives. The subconscious hibernation, which is active 24/7, continues to work even when the conscious mind is asleep. You might think that a subspecialty autopilot, a memory store, that controls all the involuntary body functions. The subconscious is the part of the body that allows us to work on our body functions while we are asleep, unaware of it. Despite its extraordinary capacity, the subconscious is pure; your consciousness believes what you told him. For example, if you believe that a substance of food will make you blush, your subconscious will let you smell the substance of that food anytime and anytime, even if you are in a lightness that nobody notices.

The main reason why we need to apply to the books of dream interpretation for these difficulties in understanding our dreams and affecting us is to look at them daily with the eye of the conscious mind. Yet, our dreams also speak with the subconscious language, which is also the language of nature. Dreaming gives the people some clues about their emotional trauma and mood. When your life is under negative influence, when you are restless and distressed, these effects are also reflected in your unconscious minds, and dreams you see are often unsettling, irritating, distressing, negative emotions. Being under positive influences and feeling good yourself is also reflected in your subconscious mind, and most of your dreams in such times are dreams that awaken beautiful emotions, refreshment and happiness.

Today, some patients have doctors who use the method of dream analysis for the treatment. Although dream interpretations are seen as superficial world phenomena, many scientists especially benefit from dreams in the treatment of some psychological problems during the periods we live. This scientific practice, which takes advantage of a different approach to dreaming, does not, of course, rely on the belief that dreams may inform the future. Dream analysis, a psychiatric treatment method based on the uncovering of negative records in the depths of the subconscious, is trying to reveal these records which appear to have been forgotten but which adversely affect people in a way. According to psychiatry science, things that are disturbing, illnesses are not remembered, they are not remembered; are pushed into the dark areas of the subconscious. Many scientists believe in the healing properties of this method.

The dreams that we can think of as letters coming from our souls are considered to be the last rich language of the gods in terms of meaning, depth and metaphor, and lead us to awakening to life from sleep. An American scientist named Arnold Mindell named the 'dream object' with a different approach to the subconscious and sees it as a dream that flows like a river without a break. According to Mindell, our dreams are photographs taken from within this whole. Psychologist Erich Fromm tells us that dreams are a forgotten language and that dreams and dreams are among the most important expressions of our minds.

Much of what is concealed by the curtain of consciousness is freed from our ties while we are sleeping. Dreams come to us in the form of icons or direct images of our hidden facts that we or our universe do not yet know. Psychologists more easily reach the messages of consciousness while sleeping; because the subconscious is not in control during sleep, and sometimes it is completely self-evident.
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