Dreams can differ from night to night…..Some people say food can affect your dreams…The human brain can see someone for a split second and years later you can dream of that person – thinking that it’s a stranger you have never seen before, however you’re wrong.
But what happens when you dream about death.
Death…the tragedy that everyone deals with in their own way….
You might be wondering why the depressing blog topic…however we deal with this everyday don’t we? The loss of family and friends affects us on a much bigger scale – probably changing us forever, but then we also lose pets and favorite series or movie characters….
Death is all around us in different forms….
But here’s what’s sad… waking up from a dream of someone who passed away…..Last night I had a dream about one of my best friends that passed away eight years ago, I think I’ve only dreamt of him once, besides for last night since he passed.
Waking up from a dream like that is different…..it brings a kind of sadness not because you’re sad that you dreamt of them or because it was a bad dream, but rather because you just want to go back to sleep in hopes of talking or seeing that person for a few extra minutes.
It’s a dream that makes you wonder about all possibilities, where they are?? Can they talk to us? Can they contact us in dreams? I guess it all comes down to faith and what you believe or don’t believe in…and again every single human being even if they have the same faith or beliefs I guess interprets things differently so no one is ever the same….
But also I think that we just create possibilities creating illusions of what can and cannot be, when ultimately they are gone you know? Almost clinging onto hope or pretending to believe in things we know do not exist to give us a sense of comfort, like contacting us through dreams?
Dreams can have the biggest impact on us causing fear, sadness or even happiness. How powerful is the human brain to have imaginary visuals from your brain affect your psyche and more importantly what goes on in the human brain to connect us to the dreams we see every night?