Oneirology and The Science of Dreams

Oneirology has always thrilled me, it really excites me whenever I
study dreams. All these happened when my closest friend, Michael,
claimed to see himself writing in his dream and in reality he wrote on
a paper. Can I say it was just a joke? But I believe Michael to an
extent.


Dreams are series of images, more precisely, a video of scenes that
comes to play involuntarily and unconsciously while we are asleep.

Do you know the most thrilling?

A person can have an average of 3-5 dreams per sleep although some
might have 7.

INTERESTING, you say.

Dreams occur during the RAPID EYE MOVEMENT. It is a stage when the
eyes are moving rapidly and the brain is working actively. A dream can
last an average of 20-30 minutes.

From my study, I have discovered dreams are controlled by our
thoughts, worry and what we meditate on before sleeping. Many schools
of thought believe dreams are controlled by a great influence most
especially, the spiritual...


Dreams encourages creativity and its benefits cannot be overemphasized.


That's why I love dreaming. Do you?



Araromi Oluwatobi Emmanuel is an undergraduate of the Department of
Biochemistry, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He is a member of
The NELOC Team.

3 comments:

  1. I love dreams too. I however thought I read ONIROLOGY.

    Could you please write a post on the scientific interpretation of dreams?

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    1. Thanks for coming around.

      As to the scientific interpretation of dreams, that is another lengthy topic. However, you could read through these links in the mean time. I'm sure the would help.

      m.huffpost.com/us/entry/2238609

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Interpretation_of_Dreams

      Hope to see more of you on the blog.

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