Dreams are usually described as sensations, images, and ideas that occur during certain stages of sleep. For most people this happens involuntary, meaning we cannot really guide or will ourselves to dream about something. We don’t always remember our dreams when we wake up, and if we do, there is often only a brief moment between our sleeping and our waking state that we are able to. Sometimes, however, our dreams can be so vivid and impactful that we cannot shake them out of our consciousness for a long time after we have woken up.
Humans have been fascinated with dreams for hundreds of thousands of years, often assigning powerful meaning and significance to them, regarding them as a way the Divine and our subconsciousness communicates with us. Dreams have been used to predict, understand, give direction, explain, release and heal many aspects of our lives.