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99 Interesting Facts About . . .Dreams

  1. During REM sleep, the flow of blood to the brain increases, as does the brain?s temperature. Additionally, both the penis and the clitoris in women become erect.

  2. Dreams of losing teeth or having teeth extracted can signify many things, including fears of helplessness or of some sort of loss in one?s life. Women experience more teeth dreams than men.

  3. Dreams of dirty water may signal that the unconscious mind is telling the dreamer he or she is not healthy.

  4. The Buddhist exercise practice of yoga has many benefits, including helping one learn how to control his or her dreams by controlling the body?s vital Dreams about aliens could indicate that the dreamer feels maladjusted or violatedenergies.

  5. An alien in a dream may indicate that the dreamer is experiencing difficulty adjusting to new conditions or a new environment, or that his or her personal space is being invaded.

  6. Cakes in dreams can signify a time to rejoice at one?s accomplishments, or to celebrate new relationships or work efforts that have been successful but not necessarily acknowledged.

  7. Finding oneself in a cemetery during a dream may indicate sadness or unresolved grief. It may also represent one?s ?dead? past.

  8. Chocolate in a dream may symbolize that the dreamer feels the need to be rewarded and deserves special treatment. It could also mean that the dreamer has been indulging in too many excesses and needs to practice restraint.

  9. Standing on a cliff in a dream can represent that one has a broad view of something or that the dreamer feels like he or she is living on the edge or is afraid of failure.

  10. William Shakespeare (1564-1616), like his Greek playwright predecessors, used dreams in his dramas to help advance plot and develop characters. For example, dreams in Hamlet, Macbeth, Richard the III, Romeo and Juliet, and King Lear offer key psychological and symbolic insights into the motives and internal landscapes of important characters.