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Types of Dreams

Inside look at ways to Dream!
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on 23 May 2013

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"Dream Dictionary." Dream Moods A-Z Dream Dictionary. Dream Moods, 18 Jan. 2013.
Web. 20 Mar. 2013. <http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/>. Types of Dreams Day Dreams Daydreams are often viewed as just silly fantasies and wishful thinking, but positive day dreaming is actually considered healthy!
If you repeat negative images in your mind, you are more likely to make them happen. Nightmares A nightmare is a subcategory of dreams with frightening and/or emotional content. You tend to wake up in fear in the midst of a nightmare.
However, often times nightmares stem from an indication that something is troubling you from within your subconscious.
Some studies show that people who are more sensitive, intuitive, creative, or imaginative are more prone to have nightmares. Recurring Dreams Recurring dreams are quite common and are often triggered by a certain life situation, transitional phase in life or a problem that keeps coming back again and again.
The repetitive patterns in your dream reveal some of the most valuable information about yourself. Some urgent underlying message in your unconscious is demanding to be understood. Epic Dreams How do you know if your dream is an epic dream? If these apply to your dream, then chances are that it is an epic dream.

1. The dream brings about greater awareness to you, in an unforgettable way.
2. The dream makes you look at life from a new perspective.
3. The dream invokes strong emotions.
4. The dream is extremely vivid and memorable. The images are so provocative that you cannot stop thinking about it.
5. The dream remains with you for years and years as if you just had it yesterday. Lucid Dreams Lucid dreams give you the ability to control your own dreams and steer them toward the direction you want.
When you achieve lucidity, you can use it as a tool to rehearse for a speech, to fulfill your fantasies, ask the boss for a raise, prepare for a first date, overcome phobias, get over writer's block, etc.
Some athletes utilize their lucid dreams to practice their tennis serve, golf stroke or bat swing.
How to Dream Lucid If you want to realize when you are lucid dreaming, these easy habits will help you!! • Keep a dream journal and a pen or pencil next to your bed every night. When you awake in the morning, lay in your bed and recall your dream, than record your dream in your journal! •When you are awake, look intensely at clock faces, mirrors and book covers because in your dreams, these are blurred. Looking at them in waking life helps increase their appearances in your dreams. When you are going to sleep at night, simply tell your brain "I am going to have a lucid dream" a few times and just instructing your brain actually increases your chances of having a lucid dream!
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