A Brief History Of Dreams And Their Interpretation

Interpreting dreams by dream experts can be as old as dreams. We know that all humans, and many animals, dream every night, and man is always happy to know what dreams are and what they mean. The interpretation of dreams dates back to at least 3000–4000 BC because we know that the interpretation of dreams was permanently recorded on clay tablets. It is believed that many ancient peoples were initially unable to distinguish between the real world and the world of dreams. In many cases, they saw the dream world as an extension of the physical world around them, and in many cases they saw the dream world as more powerful than waking up.


In many cases, dreams were often seen as a form of prophecy. People usually interpret their dreams as an omen or warning and adjust their activities accordingly. Dreams are often seen as omens of gods, messages from spirits or messages of lost spirits. In some cases, dreams are also seen as the work of monsters, which aim to confuse and confuse the dreamer. Dreams are so important that they often direct the actions of political and military leaders, affecting everything from the continuation of the war to the outcome of the political decision.


The Chinese had a culture that believed that the soul leaves the body every night during sleep. He believed that if the dreamer woke up suddenly, the soul could not return to the body. That is why some Chinese still borrow from the use of alarm clocks. This is just one example of how ancient legends can enter the modern world. Some Mexican and Native American societies share the ancient notion of the importance of dreams, and faith in a different dimension, seen during dream sleep.


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