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Dreams Outline

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Dreams Outline I. Everyone dreams A. Dreaming is a personal thing to people. 1. Dreams could be hard to explain to someone else. 2. We all have our different dreaming styles. B. Sometimes, people may remember their dreams. C. Sometimes, people may not remember if they even had a dream or not. II. Dreams are caused by a daily or weekly effect. A. Maybe dreamers have a craving for something. 1. If the dreamer had a bad day and had a craving for the circus, they may have 2. If the dreamer had a good day, they might have a dream about circus rides. B. Dreams may also be cause by a struggle in the night. 1. If the dreamer has a pain or disturbance in their body. 2. If the dreamer has a sickness or symptoms of a sickness. C. Dreams are caused several different ways. 1. Many people think a dream is caused by the last thing you saw, before you a. Dreams are caused by thoughts. b. It is most likely for the dreamer to dream about the main thing you thought about, all day. ...read more.


a. It usually happens in a light sleep. b. A lot of light sleepers have these types of dreams. 2. A Lucid dream usually occurs to University students. 3 If you notice you are having a Lucid dream, writers suggest taking charge of your dream. a. By waking up. b. Also, by changing your dream. c. Or even by changing the ending of your dream. F. Another type of dream is a recurrent dream. 1. A recurrent dream is mainly present in youth. a. They sometime make other appearances. b. Sometimes they make their appearances later in life. 2. While the dreamer is having a Recurrent dream, they can be easily disturbed by it. a. It leaves most dreamers with an impression. b. They impressions must have a special meaning. c. The impressions are most of the time, for you to find out. G. Last but not least, is a Reaction dream? 1. A reaction dream is a dream that reproduces experiments that the dreamer once had. 2. These are often caused by Traumatic experiences or by experiences that were unforgettable. 3. ...read more.


B. Dreams have different meaning and still today revolve around your everyday life. 1. Each dream is related to the dreamers own family, job, .friends, etc. 2. Each dream has a meaning towards your future life or even maybe the past in your life. C. Dreams can be a great help for you. 1. For your own feelings, health, future, relationships, and lots of other things. 2. By studying these dreams , you can find hidden messages behind your dreams and could enrich into your own life. 3. A dream can help a person to stride and reach for their goals. 4. Also, it can help a person's attitude towards their life. D. Dreaming is important even if you don't notice it. 1. If you remember your dreams or not it stills means something to you. 2. Important things may happen in the future, if you trace your dreams your can prevent or help problems in the future, just by your own dreams. E. There are several saying about dreams . 1. " Follow you dreams" 2. The "Royal Road" to your unconscious mind. 3. "There is nothing like a dream to create the future" 4. "Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions" 5. "To believe in one's dreams is to spend all of one's life asleep " ...read more.

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