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Who originated the phrase I have dreamed a dream and now the dream is gone?
In the Bible in Daniel, chapter 2, King Nebuchadnezzar has a dream and says "I have dreamed a dream and now that dream is gone from me". He was troubled by the dream. He calls for wise men, astrologers and sorcerers to tell him his dream and the meaning of it. In the second Matrix movie, Morpheus (who is the God of dreams in Greek mythology) quotes this as he sees his ship, the Nebuchadnezzar, destroyed. In the Bible, Daniel interprets the dream as a vision of the end of the world. Morpheus also knows that the end of the world will happen in his time but hopes that humanity will win and not the machines.
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En droom zacht is a Dutch equivalent of 'Sweet dreams' or 'Dream gently'.
Not sure about "you have a dream" but Martin Luther King Jr. In his inspiring Dream speech said "I have a dream".
The contemporary modern theory of dreaming is that: dreaming reflects the action of the sleeping mind trying to make rational sense out of the random bits of information y…our subconscious is moving around in storage areas of the brain (memory.) According to this theory, without sleep and dreams our short term memory could become full, leading to confusion and the odd behavior typical of sleep deprivation. Dreams are also heavily influenced by the emotions of the dreamer. Since it is not entirely understood how memory works, it is possible that the brain stores information based more on emotion and loose concepts rather than logistical order. While sleeping our brains use a chemical and electrical process to sort and file this information into long term storage. How this is done is not fully understood but can be tracked to a degree with various types of brain imaging and monitoring the difference between awake states, sleep states and the transitions between them. For example in some people with certain types of brain damage it has been monitored that they either do not dream or rarely dream; those types of injuries have lead to people with no long term memory who forget everything (or most) of what they have learned since their prior sleep cycle. The Contemporary Theory of Dreaming also holds that the process is not entirely random; however, and that it is instead guided by the emotion. For example when one clear cut emotion is present, the dreams are often simplistic. A common trend with people who experience trauma -- such as an escape from danger, an attack or a rape -- often have a dream something like, "I was falling to my death." This type of case is a paradigm. It is obvious that the dreamer is not directly reliving the traumatic event, but is instead picturing the emotion, "I am terrified. I am scared I might die." When the emotional state is less clear, or when there are multiple emotions at once, the dream becomes more muddled and complicated. There are statistics showing that such intense dreams are indeed more frequent after trauma. Its also been shown that the intensity of the central dream imagery (which can be rated reliably) appears to be a measure of the emotional arousal of the dreamer; while the contents are subjective but often only vaguely related to the real world experiences of the person. It should also be noted that while dreams may seem to last a long time; brain mapping has shown that the portions of the brain which could create the sights and sounds are only active in the few seconds transitioning between sleep and awake. What little of our dreams that we view are the residual thoughts sliding away while our active mind takes over control. Answer: Humans dream about every half hour, but remember only a few of these dreams. Dreams provide a way to relieve emotional stress. Nightmares and dreams that we may remember are in the last few seconds before you wake up even though you feel you have been in the nightmare or dreams for a long while. Answer: One reason for dreaming is that our brains may be working through the events of the day ,storing memories, making sense of our emotions and preparing us for the next day. Lucid Dreaming: It's also been shown that with practice some people are able to maintain the transitional state for longer periods of time. This state is called lucid dreaming in which the dreamer is able to take direct control and manipulate their dreams. This practice has been shown to reduce nightmares and relieve stress. Some people experience a form of partial lucid dreaming sometimes called 'day dreaming'; though the term is often misused (on people that are just not paying attention), true day dreaming is when someone is just on the verge of sleep and their imagination and dreams slip partially into what they think is reality. Additional information: There are multiple explanations as to why we dream, but currently it is believed that dreams are a safety valve for the subconscious mind that helps to maintain mental stability when we are awake. Dreams are just a natural process that occurs during the lightest stage of sleep. They seem to have a role in learning, consolidating memories, and helping regulate emotions. It is possible that you are constantly streaming images through your brain all the time, but you only notice them during REM sleep, hallucinations, or deliberate attempts to view them. One model for understanding dreams is that of defragmenting a computer hard drive. As the thoughts, feelings, information, and memories get moved around in the brain, you may experience them. We do know that when people are prevented from having dreams they tend to forget things, and their emotions tend to be more extreme. So dreaming may make mental storage more efficient. Dreams may also have some cathartic effects. So dreams may serve as a vent for strong emotions. Extreme emotions may come out during dreams so you don't have to deal with them during the day.
Because we are awesome
We have dreams because: 1. A dream is what the heart wishes. 2. You were thinking about that certain thing before you went to sleep/nap. 3. Scientist think …these statements are true. and 4. The heart wants what the heart wants.
Before you go to sleep if you think of something then you dream about it or if you think about something for a long time then you dream about it. NEW ANSWER Dreaming occurs in… REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, which is one of the stages of sleep. Sleep occurs in 5 stages: non-REM sleep (which itself has 4 stages) and REM sleep, which first occurs approximately 70-90minutes after you fall asleep and will occur on average 3-5 times during the night. Dreams are theorised to be your brain's way of computing and storing information that has come to light during the preceding day. It is also theorised that you will only remember a dream if you wake during it.
Yes, as the protasis ( if-clause) of an unreal condition.
A dream is you mind/brain sending singnals to make you "see" imagesput together. The question is somewhat ambiguous as written, so it is difficult to answer. Very generally, a… dream is an involuntary sensory experience that occurs during sleep.
The United States of America has had a certain set of ideals, sometimes known as the American Dream; these ideals include democracy, free enterprise, lots of room for expa…nsion, prosperity, "white picket fences and apple pies", and upward mobility, all achieved through hard work.
I am going to interpret this question literally, although the statement "I have no dreams" could be metaphorical as well, in which case it would mean something like, I h…ave given up hope for future accomplishments of which I used to dream. But if you believe that you literally have no dreams, it means one of two things. You may not be sleeping deeply enough to dream; sleep has several different phases, and dreaming only happens in one phase (known as REM sleep because in addition to dreams, in features Rapid Eye Movements). Alternatively, it is easily possible that you DO have dreams, but you just don't remember them. Dreams are easily forgotten, and seldom are processed by the brain as long-term memory.
you fall asleep and allow your subconscious mind to function naturally.
Here are some facts about dreams: -about 60% of our lives are spent dreaming -dreams are not always in color -We forget most of our dreams -EVERYONE dreams Dreams a…re produced by the unconscious mind while the conscious mind rests in sleep. Dreams serve functions that are vital to physical and emotional health, including release of stress and tensions. Dreams often reveal deeply held emotions which the dreamer was not consciously aware. See attached link.
Good question .Dreams are succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep. You have dreams of colour because your eye has cones and rod…s that just display black and white. It was hard to explain this. Ican't explain it in scientifical terms, but I tried.
Most dreams are based on thoughts(stuff you think about intentionally or unintentionally) leaving the body so yes in a way you can do most of them except the humanly impossibl…e ones. (my opinion)
In addition to Martin Luther king speech, to summarize the whole speech , Martin Luther king was basically talking about the rights of our people and how we all should be equa…l, no matter what color or how different we are one the outside. we should all have the right to freedom of speech.
Everyone dreams, including many animals. Some famous dreams: Martin Luther King did a famous speech that started with "I had a dream..."The entire 9th season of the show 70s-…80s show Dallas was written as a dream. Abraham Lincoln is said to have dreamed his assassination a few days before it happened. Frankenstein was inspired by a dream the author, Mary Shelley, had.