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By OldRajans NA on 5/27/2011 12:51 PM
The simple answer is either they are stored in our memory or we forget them. But this question makes us ask a great number of other questions.
  • What is the difference between day-dreaming and the dreams we have when we are sleep?
  • Can dreams foretell the future?
  • How long do they really last?
  • Do we have dreams in colour or only in black and white?
  • Why do we forget some dreams and remember others?
  • Are dreams good for us or bad?
  • Why do some dreams wake us up at once and other not?
Some experts say that to be healthy in mind, we have to dream every night, whether we remember or not.

There is a book called “An Experiment with Time” by J.W.Dunne, which tells us that the author used to note down in the morning , dreams he had in the night and that sometimes his dreams foretold what was going to happen in the future. He suggest that when we are wide awake our sense of time is vertical, so that we are aware only of the present moment, but when we are sleep, time becomes for us horizontal, so that we can travel into the past and the future.

Other experts say that we dream of doing the things which for various reasons, we cannot do in our waking hours. So we try to realize in our sleep wishes that cannot be realized by day.

Shehan Kaushalya Senavirathna
Dharmaraja College - Kandy
10 – E (2011)
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