Life is nothing more than a dream, therefore make sure you're dreaming wonderful, attractive, different fantasies that are also becoming a reality. If you don't like the idea of dreams, envision life as a simulation in which you may freely focus on whatever you choose without being distracted by emotions. Dreaming is important because without it, we would have no way of evaluating our success or failure as we go through it. We would never know if we were succeeding at what we wanted to accomplish until later when we looked back at our memories.
Dreams are powerful tools for change because they give us an opportunity to see ourselves succeed or fail at achieving our goals. If you don't like what you are seeing in your dreams, then change something about yourself or your situation immediately so you can begin to feel better about yourself and let go of those bad feelings once and for all.
The more you think about life being only a dream, the easier it will be to accept that everyone you love will die too. When you realize that none of them are going to last forever, you start to appreciate them more and take them for granted less. You stop holding onto negative emotions like grief and regret because you know they aren't real.
Most people spend their entire lives dreaming, but few ever learn how to successfully wake up from their dreams.
Dreams are really real, contrary to the rationalist nonsense that they aren't ("You're simply dreaming"). They communicate true information, have true effect, true feelings, and have true consequences if disregarded. Dreaming that you are injured means that you will indeed be injured. Disregarding a warning in your dream means that you should also disregard a warning in your daily life.
Some people say that only what you think while you sleep comes true. This is not so. Everything that happens to you in your dreams comes true. You may not like some of the things that happen in your dreams, but that doesn't mean that they aren't true. If you try something on in your dream and it doesn't fit, then it isn't true for you. If you fight someone in your dream and you lose, then you will probably lose the fight in reality too.
People often say that dreams are meaningless. Dreams contain messages from God (or your spirit or whatever you want to call it). If you don't understand those messages then you will never understand your own soul.
In fact, this usually happens when we need to know something about ourselves or our lives.
Things that individuals do in their dreams are often realistic. In over 80% of dreams, people act exactly as they would in real life. Only around 10% of dreams are actually strange, weird, or wonderful. The majority of the events that occur in our dreams are fairly mundane. For example, people walk, talk, drive cars, and even use technology like computers in their dreams. However, some unusual things do happen in dreams. These include:
Seeing someone for the first time in your dream. This can be anyone from a long-lost friend to a complete stranger. You might not see them again in your dream but that doesn't matter. Just seeing them is enough for you to feel happy or sad about them.
Talking with a dead person in your dream. Dead people can appear in dreams for several reasons. Sometimes they show up when we have been close to someone who has died. For example, my wife and I have had many dreams in which dead friends or relatives speak to us. We have also had dreams in which dead strangers speak to us. In these cases, we know the person well enough to feel sad or worried when we wake up.
Finding out that someone you love has died in your dream. When this happens, you will usually wake up feeling sad. However, sometimes we find out that a loved one is alive and well in our dreams.