Different Types of Dreams
- Lucid Dream. Unlike every other types of dream, when you are lucid dreaming, you are aware that you are dreaming, and even might be able to control certain events or actions in the dream. In any other dream, you are unaware in the dream that you are dreaming. Nobody is sure what causes lucid dreaming, and nobody really knows how to enter into a lucid dream intentionally, although some people claim that meditation and visualization help.
- Recurring Dream A recurring dream is just a dream that you experience many times. A recurring dream is often the manifestation of a strong feeling that the dreamer is experiencing. One of the most common recurring dreams is falling, which some believe indicates the dreamer's feelings of stress and anxiety.
- Nightmare. ghtmare is a dream which causes fear and/or sadness. These negative feelings manifest depending on what the dreamer sees in their dream, and can relate to their own subconscious feelings. After a nightmare, the dreamer will often wake up in a distressed state, even leaving them unable to return to sleep.
- Daydream. aydreams are vivid fantasies that you experience while awake. A daydream is more than simply using your imagination. A daydream might occur if you were are imagining something and then it becomes extremely vivid and seemingly real for a short time. Daydreams are often happy and enjoyable. While some might view daydreaming as lazy or inattentive, it can actually be a sign of creativity and intelligence, as daydreaming often leads to new thoughts and ideas.