Do you think only the human dream? No, Animals also dream. Most of the time we can’t recall our dreams and sometimes we can remember only a little bit. It is thought that people spend 2 hours of night dreaming. We can’t understand dreams fully. Some of the dreams can be our subconscious sorting through the junk of the day while some of them can be very disturbing if they return on a regular basis. Between mysticism and psychology lies the world of dream interpretation. Do you want to know the meaning of your dream? Here are 20 most common dreams and their meaning for you.
Here Are The 20 Most Common Dreams And What They Supposedly Mean
1. 6 Whole Years
On average, a man or woman spends about six years of his or her life dreaming.
2. It’s Not All Black and White
If you grew up watching black and white television as a child then you will see the most common dream than others who grew up watching color television.
3. Daydream Believer
Psychologists think that daydreaming can be associated with dreams that happen during sleep. Whatever they include several mental processes.
4. Divine Dreams
The Greeks considered dreams as messages of gods. In ancient Greece, they would sleep in sacred places to dream significant dreams.
5. Dreaming in the Dark
The blind also dream. The people who lost their eyesight later in life see visual imageries in their dreams. Whatever dreams are not visual only. It can be of sound, smell, and touch. Blind people experience dreams through smell, sound, and touch.
6. Dreams as a Device
Shakespeare took help from dreams to develop characters and the plots of his plays.
7. Familiar Faces
Do you know that we only see the faces in our dreams that we see every day? But you can’t recognize because we see hundreds of faces daily.
8. Forget About It
We forget dreams within five minutes of walking. Within 10 minutes we forget about 90% of our dreams. We can remember the most common dream significantly if we wake up during the REM stage.
9. Free Falling
Falling dreams generally occur in the primary stages of sleep. We experience myoclonic jerks which is a kind of muscle spasms during these dreams.
10. Human Nature
If you dream of unpreparedness, flying, falling and public humiliation then you are in anxiety which comes as a form of the dream.
11. It’s a Man’s World
If you are a man then about 70 percent character of your dream will be men. If you are a woman then an equal amount of men and women will appear in your dream.
12. Not “Sew” Bad
One night sewing machine inventor Elias Howe dreamt a nightmare where cannibals chased him holding spears in their hand. Later Howe took help from that dream and designed the sewing needle according to the spear.
18-38% of people say that they have dreamt at least a single precognitive dream and 70% said that they have dreamt déjà vu.
14. Sibling Rivalry
Birth order plays an important role in the case of aggression in dreams. Women experience less violent subjects than men. Firstborn females play more aggressively in their most common dreams where first born males experience themselves in a more positive way than their smaller male siblings.
15. Sleep Deprivation
An experiment shows that waking someone up at the beginning of the REM stage of sleep can create irritability, hallucinations and at consequently lead to psychosis.
16. Temporary, Yet Terrifying
About 40 percent of people experience sleep paralysis when they wake up, recognize their surroundings and become unable to move for as long as one minute.
17. Tiny Dreamers
Do you know even fetuses in the womb dream? Though they have no visual experience, their dreams consist of sound and touch sensations.
18. Up for Interpretation
19. Where Dreams Are Made
Plato thought that most common dreams are originated in the organs of the belly. He considered the liver as the biological seat of dreams.
20. Animals Dream Too
Research shows that animals, particularly mammals dream-like a human.