But are dreams really meaningful? While many people believe dreams are a kind of communication from powers we cannot see or feel when awake, some scientists contend that dreams are only the product of neuronal processes occurring in our brains.
Although we may be sleeping, our brains are not.
Dreams might be a mirror of the day that was or they can be a representation of our worries. But what does it mean when we dream about someone who has passed away?
These dreams can be interpreted as a phase of the grief process or a transition in our own lives. Healthline claims that it has to do with the latter.
When we go through specific transitions, like starting a new job, moving, or meeting someone new, we frequently have these nightmares.
But more significant than the dream itself is the way it makes us feel.
Rubin Naiman, a psychology doctoral candidate, devoted years of his life to researching people’s sleeping patterns and routines. He asserted that “decoding the dream is the goal of dream interpretation. It enlightens us and increases our psychological awareness while expanding our consciousness.
Therefore, the changes outlined above and how they impact us may be tied to dreams about deceased people.
”Many modern neuroscientists think that while doing maintenance duties during REM sleep, the brain unintentionally ‘kicks up dust’ visually. Dreaming is so seen as completely pointless. He continues, “On the other end, dreaming is more substantial than waking. And we observe this in ‘dream cultures,’ like the indigenous Australians, who consider dreaming to be fundamental to our life on a spiritual level.
These dreams are divided into four groups by experts.
First, it’s possible to interpret dreams about the dead as the brain processing the pain of the loss.
The deceased individual may appear in our nightmares if we feel guilty about not making apologies with them before they passed away.
We may be dreaming of a departed person if we recognize elements of their behaviors, like substance misuse or else, in ourselves, claims dream therapist Lauri Loewenberg.
Experts argue that these dreams signify a visitation from the deceased, especially when we see them in good shape in our dreams—for example, when they are well-groomed or appear to be joyful. If the dream makes us feel pleasant, it can indicate that the deceased person is saying “Hello.”
Whatever our opinions about dreams may be, they do offer something profound and significant. They frequently provide us with knowledge about the soul and our relationship to the departed person we see in our dreams.
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