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  • Dreaming

Broader Terms:   

  • Subconsciousness
  • Visions

Related Term:   

  • Sleep

Narrower Terms:   

  • Children in dreams
  • Childrens’ dreams
  • Death in dreams
  • Fantasy
  • Fortune-telling by dreams
  • Language and languages in dreams
  • Lucid dreams
  • Men’s dreams
  • Monsters in dreams
  • Nightmares
  • Sex in dreams
  • Vampires in dreams
  • Water in dreams
  • Women’s dreams



image source: "Sweet Dreams", by WallpapersWide, 2013.


Scope Note

“In general, dreams mean to see some visions on the mental screen of the sleeping person, which are projected by the soul of the dreamer. The images pertains to human beings, events places, material things or natural things of common interest. Sometimes the dreams are of prophetic value – it may be a warning of death of the native.dreamer or some important message for the native. The dreams about some future event are through your own soul or soul of your relative or soul of your friend either living or dead. Dreams contain imortant messages from soul or from God. Remember that dreamers mind is only a screen, where visions.images are projected by your soul, and recorded during the dreaming period.” (Source: Dictionary of Dreams: 1001 dreams explained. M.K. Agarwal. BF 1091 A34 1998, 2nd floor, Reference Section)

“Dreaming is a part of life. Everyone dreams. They dream for as long as they live. Even unborn babies dream in their mother’s womb. Dreams are the roots for the state yet to come. Dream is an event that takes place in the world of mind when the whole physical body has gone to rest. Dreams are the gateway to an inner world, a world just as real as the one outside. Dreams inform us in a visual language about repressed experiences and other process of the unconscious. Dreams images and activities, however strange and ever meaningless they may seem, show symbolic structures. Dreams became psychotherapy’s most important aid in exploration of the unconscious”.   (Source:


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