What is sleep and dream?

Sleep is a great blessing for a person. It refreshes the body and spirit and is a necessary condition for health. Sleep is the retreat of the soul from conscious to subconscious activity. The consciousness of the dormant disappears because the connection with the esplanas disappears. Man falls asleep deeper and deeper. If he falls asleep superficially if he immerses himself in the first input subconscious, he still has a dull connection with esplan; sleep is disturbed by them, so a person sleeps with a refreshing sleep. The paths of the senses through which the world has entered man throughout the day are closed in sleep. During sleep, mental activity only changes, but it does not disappear because the soul cannot be put into a state of inactivity. There is an awakening of her inner strength, which is directed mainly to the experiences that have passed into the soul’s consciousness during daily life. The soul conjures up an ordinary dream, consisting of perceptions, impressions, ideas, images, thoughts, and experiences that have already passed into the soul’s consciousness. These impressions are often mixed with old experiences, long-buried in memory, and between the individual new perceptions and feelings. The psychological structure of dreams is very diverse, and many dreams are related to the content of consciousness in the waking state. . There is no space or time in a dream. , in a dream, we experience experiences at the moment, without the past and the future, experiences from childhood merge with experiences with yesterday. In a dream, everything is in the present, things from the past, and the desires for the future, which appear fulfilled in the form of various tempting turns. The mental apparatus is turned on a degree lower; it no longer creates abstract thoughts but only groups of images that flow in front of it like a running film. The soul has the feeling of a spectator watching, but at the same time, he feels them as a part of himself. For a psychologically educated physician, his patients’ dreams are irreplaceable material, the analysis of which penetrates deep mental connections even where direct questions to vigilant patients do not lead to results. We find that people with epilepsy mostly dream of wild fights, biting their dogs, crushing boulders, and the like. Hysterical people have fantastic and scary dreams. Alcoholics’ dreams have the character of disgust and fear; they see different characters. Dreams have a cramped effect on melancholy dreams; Dreams usually only take a second or a few seconds to awaken fully. The inner sight of the esplana captures the disappearing central events that took place in the consciousness of the soul, and the soul in the transition to consciousness realizes them in its self upon awakening.

However, there are other dreams that the soul acquires when the spatial release of its essence. The soul has the opportunity to release itself to a distant place with the help of fluid. He does it based on the inner instinct of freedom and freedom of spirit based on various impressions and ideas that we still want to realize. In this case, the soul releases to the appropriate place. I survived this phenomenon myself. I found myself in a dream in the city of Linz. I literally felt myself walking down the street and wanted to get on the tram. I was deciding which stop was closer to me. I felt it. That I’m in that city. I sensed him with my senses. It wasn’t a dream for me. I was in bed while doing so. With my body, but my soul relaxed. It’s a huge difference between an ordinary dream and this experience. And I testify that it was so. And I had more experiences like this in the past, but I considered them ordinary dreams, but they were not ordinary dreams.

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