When we wake at night, we often wonder what dreams mean in relation to our daily lives. Cultures all over the world have different interpretations. From sources of information depicting our past and future selves to messages from our inner selves.
Ancient Egyptians regarded dreams as communication from the other side. Native Americans believed that they were a way of connecting with one’s universal consciousness. Various Australian Aboriginal cultures believed that dreams are continued plains of existence visited during sleep.
While some recurring dreams and can be deciphered, others have more complex meanings. Our friends at Casper put together a visual of the most frequent dreams and their meanings. If you believe in dream interruption or not, we all can agree that the subconscious plays a large part in what we see in our sleep.
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