Here’s what the scientists say, Dreams are an interpretation of a parallel universe.

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Do we live in Multiple Parallel reality?

Where does our mind go when we dream?

Especially when we dream, is it a possibility that we may be traveling back and forth to a whole another reality, being unaware of ourselves?

The debate is going on, like us human beings have been curious and wondering about them throughout history. Countless researchers unveiled many facts about dreaming which has been ongoing till now. According to them: Our mind is classified into “imaginary” and “reality.” While ‘imaginary’ is what we consider as “dreaming”, the real is what we term as our “day-to-day thoughts”, or what occurs in the state of being conscious.

It is possible that 99% of dreams when we enter into a parallel universe, feels like we were there our entire life.

Dreams have different perceptions in various cultural aspects:

Dream perception in Ancient Egypt:

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They strongly believed in the power of dreams to foretell the future and offer advice, they’re believed to be a connection from deities and spirits of the dead, when it comes to complicated dreams. When the dream is clear and precise as water, it becomes unambiguous.

Dream perception in Native American cultures:

The Native American space viewed the dream as a sacred place. They believed one person could step outside the bounds of mundane existence and connect with more universal consciousness.

Hindu approaches to dreams:

Though westerners had a more scientific approach to the dreaming process, Hindu mythology presumed to dream as a sacred, devoting process.

One encounters the concept of dreaming (termed as ‘Swapna’) in Upanishads, Puranas, Darshanas, Ayurveda, and Atharva Veda (sacred books of the Hindu). They believed that pregnant women who encounter certain dreams can foretell the gender of the child to be born.

Dream interpretation in Old Testament:

Leaders, seers and prophets have a direct connection to God and can communicate through dreams.
The ancient Hebrews believed that sleeping opened the line between the living world and the world of spirits.

Though many cultures had different facets for dreaming, it still doesn’t explain whether a dream is a pathway to the parallel universe.

We interact with different places; different characters in our dreams, does that mean we entered into an alternate reality or parallel universe?

It is said that we dream 4–6 times at night. When we dream we forget our conscious life and dream become our new life, and it makes complete sense to us if we believe it.

A few years ago a group of scientists at Harvard Medical School uncovered that dreams may be more than abstract sensations, but rather real events. That set to be in an alternate reality can be monitored only during a certain stage of unconsciousness.

We are in control of dreams only if we are aware of them, little emotions where we strongly shape the environment.

Lucid dreams:

A human brain is wired with hallucinations.

Though hallucinations are an off-topic form of dreaming, researchers claim that the most common phenomenon that we experience is Hypnagogia.

Hypnagogic hallucinations occur to us in a short span when we are falling asleep but aren’t asleep yet.

Sounds like lucid dreaming, ever tried it?

Where does our mind wander as we dream? There are so many questions when it comes to dreams and almost everyone in this world is curious enough. Remember the feeling when we dream something and someone comes to us in real life. You aren’t aware of someone entering your room, and you hear their voice, and you experience it in your dream?

Lucid dreams are merely an extended state of hypnagogia. It is yet to be researched, but it is claimed that we can control what we dream through lucid dreaming.

But it doesn’t reveal the connection between parallel reality and dreams.

Dreams can be more vivid than life itself.

Many authors claim to write their books based on a dream they had.

Our minds use space and time to present reality together. Perception is reality; everything we see and feel is real, therefore, dreams are real, they physically do exist.

Scientists claim that dreams are associated with real-life happenings, and it is not possible to dream people who haven’t met in real life, because our subconscious works on pictures, images that we have seen in real life.

It might be a parallel reality:

Do you hear a vague echo and realize that you woke up? You’re not on your dream anymore?

Nightmares are a challenge they say. When we get up suddenly after experiencing a nightmare, we think we’re out of it. But what if that challenge IS happening in a parallel reality?

Why do we forget our dreams? No one questions that, even though life with that curiosity.

This is how the human memory works. It works based on emotions. “Nobody has a bad memory; it is based on the impact of our emotions” according to Master Sri Akarshana.

You can watch his YouTube video .

He believes that when we are awake, it is the physical dimension from which we should awake and enter into another dimension, our dreams, or parallel reality.

The idea of the multiverse hasn’t been rejected yet. Though dimensions exist, most of the time we cannot interpret them.

Does the Parallel universe exist?

Deep-sea discovery, space, and the universe are yet to retain more astounding things to be discovered.

So in rare cases, it is believed that dreams might be from a parallel universe.

Life is more than a physical reality.




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