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Origin of dreams
Why do we dream? It is a question not really answered, there are certain ideas abou
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Origin of dreams
Why do we dream? It is a question not really answered, there are certain ideas about why we dream but it will always stay a little mysterious. We all know Sigmund Freud, he also had interesting ideas about consciousness and dreaming. He saw dreams as a “royal road to the unconscious.” In the modern world, dreaming isn’t seen as complicated. Nevertheless, we are coming closer to understanding dreams. A lot of people might say that dreams are an outlet for your desires. Freud also said that. Freud also claimed that you are almost totally controlled by your unconscious sexual desire. Freud made a division of the human soul/psyche. The Id, the ego, and the super-ego.
The Id is a sense of mind that we have had since our birth. The Id follows the pleasure principle, this tells us to satisfy just ourselves. The Id also follows the instincts and ignores further consequences.
The Ego is created when you are a toddler, this is based on the reality principle. This means that acting impulsively and ignoring consequences hurts other people. The reality principle tries to satisfy the Id without conflicting the rules of the Ego.
The super-ego is the moral brain. The difference between good and bad, right and wrong. The super-ego doesn’t make any choices, the ego does that. The ego tries to satisfy the Id, without conflicting with the Ego. The Ego is based on the super-ego, so if you think that everything bad is good, your ego will make a “wrong” choice.
Freud said that dreams are there to work as an outlet for the Ego and super-ego. That dreams are a way to express our unconscious emotions coming from the Id. So Freud said that we dream to protect our sleep.
Many other dream theories have come and gone, a lot based on the idea of Freud. But there is no definite answer. It certainly is worth the effort to remember them, especially when you want to become a lucid dreamer.
Levels of lucidity
Beginners often question whether they became lucid or not. This is because they couldn’t control their dream. According to www.luciddreamsnews.com, this is because there are several levels of lucidity.
These are the dreams as we know them, the ones that happen all the time, if you want it or not. You don’t realize anything and they are entirely created by the unconscious.
These are dreams with realization, you know you are dreaming, your consciousness is inside the dream. This lucid dream is called semi-lucid because you can’t control your dream, the realization is there but you can’t control anything, sometimes you can’t even control your own step. I experienced a lot of semi-lucid dreams. They can be quite frustrating.
Fully lucid dreams
This is the fully lucid dream, the dream with realization and the dream control, the lucid dream that we all desire to have consistently. The dream that we are aiming for on YoruX website, we practice them a lot and this is because they are worth the effort. Having only one border and is your fantasy. The beauties of lucid dreaming almost can’t be comprehended.
Highest level of lucidity
This is a level that in ancient Buddhism has been sought. Dream yoga focuses on this particular concept. The idea of a higher Self. The full consciousness. Being fully aware of everything. This also means uninterrupted lucidity. Falling asleep aware and waking up aware, with the ability to stop this. Setting their own borders in the whole sleeping process. A very interesting goal.
Now you know a lot more about the whole dreaming idea, the levels of lucidity, relaxation, and a variant of WBTB. Lucid dreaming might come easier for you. It will certainly help, won’t it?