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by E Dia
Rated: 18+ | Column | Emotional | #1245607
Dreams can help people learn new concepts
Almost all people dream in their daily lives. Some people have dreams about their future, some dream about worldly materials.Some dreams are inspirational which guide you to change from your introvert(a shy persone) behaviour to become more extrovert(an outgoing, gregarious person) What are dreams? From where they come and can they affect our life in a positive or negative way? These are the questions which come in the minds of every person.

Infect dreams are stored in the specific areas of our brain. Our subconcious mind play a vital role in the making of the dreams. What ever we think in our daily lives some of which we do some we think and some just flashes for a second and goes to that part of mind called the subconcious. When we relax at night that particular information stored in our subconcious comes vividly apparent to our mind and expands. This is how some of the dreams are formed.

But here I am talking about the type of dreams in which a person can learn new concepts. In this type of dreams one can learn the things no body has ever tought to him/her or have never heard. I saw a dream in which I came to know that we can sing a song by following a graphical layout. This graphical layout can help you to sing the song (the upper notes and lower notes) without memorizing the whole song. This graphical layout can help you to sing even the most complicated notes. I have learnt this in my dreams. I would like if anybody else has seen the same dreams and would like to share with me. It will help to further explore this strange kind of dream and to gain some thing useful out of it.
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