The brain is always (more or
Since, due to the restricted or blocked goals, the senses cannot be adequately aligned, as when awake, i.e. the fact that they only perceive information that fits adequate instructions on how
to deal with the environment and themselves every day, the remaining limited information plays a role.
The functionality of the individual targets, which operate in
the normal range, with their midpoints is therefore disturbed during sleep.
In their place, free associations and subsequent fantasies
can form goals that are unhindered. These are then perceived by the limited senses and give the dream images new nourishment.
So you should be careful with the interpretation of dreams - they are very ambiguous. And so you can easily get on the wrong
In a dream, the brain
shows us how it acts in itself, unregulated by the midpoint-mechanics of being
awake, with the brain and the striated muscles switched off while sleeping. That is why dreams are often so incomprehensible. They show us a restricted world in terms of reality. And we
It can show the most bizarre stories and images that we take as absolute reality - until we are awake again and everyday
cognitive behaviour, including forehead brain function, has taken over again.
Since certain functions are disabled during sleep, topics can arise that are not perceived when awake. This is also where
neuron networks (i.e. targets) are depicted, which are no longer excluded from mid-points of the day because there is no space for them.
Question: Why didn't people get the idea earlier that dreams are produced exclusively by their brains and not by metaphysical
Answer: Because they did not know how the brain acts, and that they are shaped exclusively by it. And wanted to stay in their
It is always like this: If something is not clear to you, then interpretations, fantasies come into play. These fill the
"knowledge hole". And so people have often sought the origin of their dreams outside, for example God-given or other mystical instructions.
When you perceive dreams, you experience something that had to be done according to the laws.
These experiences have an impact on the further dream, which includes this "information" of dream perception.
The individual images and actions that one experiences in a dream can stand for anything through association. Because
everything can be more or less connected to everything.
So they only say something about their own psyche to a limited extent - but they can provide information about essential
goals in a way that points to questions that may have been waiting for a solution for a long time.
Because the sequences that you see are shown by the brain according to its laws. And it is rarely useful - if you
implement it 1:1 - to find out something about yourself from it. But if one interprets these phenomena in terms of lying questions, then they could be revealing.
When you wake up, the structure of the brain changes: areas and midpoints that were shut down during sleep are
reactivated and can now generate interpretations of dreams.
Here the brain projects what you can and want to understand. Many goals contribute to this, which lie in one over neural
So if you want to analyse yourself through dreams and understand yourself
better, the starting point should not be the dream, but your own interpretations.
It is much more revealing what is projected into dreams when awake, it is interpreted. This is where the analysis should
start to get to know yourself better.
Because this also shows the goals that are important to people and shape them when they are awake.