Dream interpreters reflect fear, anxiety and anticipation on the dreamer
Consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Ali Al-Zairi, explained that the interpretation of visions and dreams psychologically reflects the dreamers’ feelings of fear, anticipation, and expectation, and the dreamer is not interested in life in reality, and wants to know what is coming to him in the future, in order to be ready and ready for the next, explaining that the problem of interpreting dreams and visions It makes a person expect positive and negative things to happen according to the one who interpreted the dream or the visions. The individual’s expectations turn into reality after the person programs himself on that interpretation.
He added: We find a lot of people interested in interpreting dreams and visions after they turn to the interpreters who interpret their dreams that a calamity or disease may happen to the dreamer or something negative happens to him, here the chemistry of the body and the brain takes the same position, because the interpretation he heard was not present, but it is an event that exists by expectation And the assumption, explaining that the brain is illogical, and if it were like that, it would not feel fear of dreams while it was sleeping, so the human brain receives any idea, whether positive or negative, and interacts with it as if it is true.
He emphasized that if a person finds himself interested in dreams, their meanings, and their interpretation here, he must try to benefit from understanding his psychology and his inner world.
He suggested that the focus be on the moment, as this helps in stabilizing the chemistry of the brain and the body, and the person’s natural vital signs and energy are benefited from at the present time, and if the person does not work in this matter, then the body’s energy will be wasted on unseen things and a hypothetical possibility assumed by the interpreter, so he cannot Others want to understand you more than yourself, indicating that dreams of fear and anxiety reflect only the dreamer’s psyche, his inner world, and the anxiety he feels.
Types of dreams:
Wakefulness: It occurs between full awakening and the beginning of sleep, and it often occurs when a person leaves his imagination free and turns away and separates from the people, events and time around him.
False awakening: It is when a person sees himself actually waking up from his sleep and starting his usual activities during the day.
Vivid dreams: dreams in which you realize on the inside that you are still dreaming in which you tell yourself that this is just a nightmare.
Annoying: It abounds in children and adolescents.
Recurring: It occurs continuously while the person is sleeping with slight changes in its events.
Healing dreams: a signal that the body sends to the brain to be affected by a disease or something else.
Predictive: It is to tell the sleeping person what will happen to him in the future, and it is just analyzes made by the mind that we produce from a situation that the dreamer went through.