A person spends one third of their life sleeping, a quarter of that time is inhabited by dreams. So is the fact that they have always excited mankind with uniqueness and difficult to capture essences.
In the past dreams were taken as a step towards the afterlife, or of divine providence. Today they continue to be questioned of their mystery and mystique, despite the achievements of science in this area.
"Thinking is the work of the intellect, our dreams are for fun" says French writer Victor Hugo more than 100 years ago. He could not know then what science was to distinguish as knowledge today. Dreams are not just for fun. But what are they really? Integral part of our being, our essence, they are our life ... dual religions, occultism, researchers and humanity continue to seek answers.
On the one hand, we should not exaggerate the role of sleep as it is considered that it is the only key to self-discovery and the only way for the realization of our hidden capabilities. On the other hand, dreams are necessary for mental and psychological balance of mankind.
I share the view of Pierre Dako which deals with detailed interpretation of the meanings of symbols that "they are nothing more than a personal dream." This very intimate act, on which we have no control, continues to fascinate and excite all. Mankind will not stop looking for hidden meanings of the strange and mysterious world of dreams.See more