Science topics: PsychoanalysisDreams
Science topic

Dreams - Science topic

A series of thoughts, images, or emotions occurring during sleep which are dissociated from the usual stream of consciousness of the waking state.
Questions related to Dreams
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
I believe that teaching clients to "order" their dreams has a significant effect on their normal day life. Dreams represent an amazing opportunity to achieve a real change in client' life. Would you agree?
Relevant answer
Answer
I agree that dreams can be very useful in helping people solve problems, but I'm not sure what you mean by "ordering" dreams. People generally are motivated to solve problems and they can do so both consciously and unconsciously. The attached paper discusses this in great detail and provides many references that you might find helpful.
George
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
10 answers
I am using dream initial interview to evaluate clients. I would appreciate if someone with similar approach can share your experience
Relevant answer
Answer
Apparently you have no idea about the nature of the dream and the therapeutic value of dream interpretation. When I have a workshop on dream interview I will invite you, if you wish
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Today, image processing is overwhelmingly used, usually with an "intelligent" attached to it, and is taking as a panacea in so many technological scenarios. It's slow, it's data intensive, it has a myriad of problems to solve. Usually, when we solve a problem in image processing, it will come back with consequences that are more complex.
Why not using voice recognition instead? It should be much easier. Maybe one of the reason is that in many real applications, we also need to be sure that something is "at present". voice can be recorded, and replayed. After all, it's a one-dimensional time series that can be manipulated in many ways. On the hand, an image is just "skin deep" and can be disguised easily. These days I'm required to blink in front of a camera frequently, to make sure I'm not a robot. That's ridiculous, a robot that can blink can certainly be made, easily. Maybe one day we'll find out that robots can fake everything we do, except one thing -- dreaming. My notebook "sleeps" when it's idle for too long, and then just sits there and do nothing. I'm not going to be scared by robots until one day they also dream.
So, any way, why not voice recognition?
Relevant answer
Answer
The Disadvantages of Voice Recognition Software
  • Lack of Accuracy and Misinterpretation.
  • Time Costs and Productivity.
  • Accents and Speech Recognition.
  • Background Noise Interference.
  • Physical Side Effects.
Question
3 answers
How can I find a topic that links grammar to literature or links grammar to language analysis, such as
1,Ellipsis in Literature "select text "
2,The Pragmatic Functions of Modal Verbs in Dostoevsky's " The Dream of a Ridiculous Man"
To do a graduation research ,as a student in the English Department.
Can you suggest topics for me .
with many thanks🌼
Relevant answer
Answer
Hi there! Stylistics uses linguistics to explore literary texts. For example, is the language used in a specific text / corpus what you'd expect or are there aspects that make you think the author was (unwittinglly) conveying some kind of underlying message?
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
Science has many unsatisfactory explanations about dreams. Has anyone used quantum field theory to explain dreams? Is there any relation between dream mapping and neuron electric field?
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Attaching files of my PCR product on agarose gel. I extract RNA from blood samples followed by cdna synthesis. Verifying the RNA by using b actin gene. Once I got results but on repeating the same experiment, I failed to get results. I used Dream taq 7.5ul, Nuclease free water 4.5 forward primer 1ul, reverse primer 1 ul template 1 up.
New protocol
12.5 Dream taq 2XPCR master mix
3.5 Nuclease free water
1ul forward primer
1ul reverse primer
2ul cdna template.
For gel electrophoresis
2% agarose 1X tae buffer 5ul ethidium in gel.
Sample prepared, 2ul 6X blue loading dye and 8ul sample.
Voltage 80 for 10 minutes then 100V for 50 minutes.
Please guide
Relevant answer
Answer
I do not understand how you can get huge PD at the top and no PD at the bottom of the gel in image 509. I can only think that trying with a fresh aliquot of primer may help. Running the gel at a lower voltage might make the ladder separate better
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
My dissertation is entitled," A Psychoanalytic study of the Hybrid Protagonists in Rodolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima and Dereke Walcott's Dream on Monkey Mountain. How would I outline my dissertation?
Relevant answer
Good morning
In my opinion, you must see the rules of your University and also, talk to your Director.
Best regards
Ph.D. Ingrid del Valle García Carreno
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
It is a long-cherished dream to publish my research paper to the scientific reports-nature as a researcher. I know this is not a good question, but I want to know in detail. My concern is that review articles are indexed in well-cited journals as far as I know because a review article is a combination of many of the state-of-the-art technique's insights. Although I have some research papers in the well-cited Q-1 journal and at the moment, I am thinking of submitting an article to the scientific reports-nature. It would be nice for me if you could give some detailed information about what kind of work is accepted in the computer science domain in nature scientific reports journal and whether the review article can be submitted.
Relevant answer
Answer
Of course not.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
8 answers
I’m trying to shed the light on underrated COVID-related problems, from the experience of some of my patients, as well as my own personal experience with COVID vaccine and disease, these observations were not collected systematically, and until now, I couldn’t generate a consensus to study it objectively; however, your input may help in doing so.
The cases in reference include home quarantined as well as some of the hospitalized COVID cases, and continued for at least the first few weeks after discharge. There’s some clustering patterns; as more than one problem tend to coexist / reported, seemingly independent of the breathing difficulties (including mild COVID cases with no respiratory requirements beyond Room air).
I’ll try to break that down with some details on each:
1- difficulties in either falling asleep, interrupted sleep, and/or , as well as nightmares or a general negative perception of the usually “incoherent dreams”.
This problem reported with different types of vaccines, as well as mild-moderate COVID cases.
2- tenderness or fullness of the arm pits: also after vaccination and in mild-moderate COVID cases.
I do appreciate any input regarding similar observations or relevant publications.
Relevant answer
Answer
After the 3rd dose of Biontech, I had pain in my arms, back, chills and swollen lymph nodes on my neck. The shivering is gone, and the swelling seems to be going away as well. Side effects are temporary, being vaccinated is better than being Covid.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Though the theory claims that an animal in extinction can be given birth, it has still been a dream. And it's there only in movies. How long will the science take to make this a reality ? Or is it never be possible?
Relevant answer
Answer
Thank you for the beautiful view Dr. Dariusz Prokopowicz.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
There have been growing patterns in global education systems and what is apparent to me is that these patterns can be categorized into two clusters. The first cluster characterizes a system that is dominated by entity theorists – those who believe human intelligence is something fixed that cannot be improved – and predominantly common in hierarchical societies. In this system of education, the emphasis is placed on stringent requirements in which students either fulfill or get kicked out. There are no intermediate students in their dictionaries. A student is either bright or weak because of their preconceptions of fixed intelligence. Any failure on the part of the students is directly blamed on students’ intelligence. This type of system cares less about the personal development of their students rather they take pride only in academic excellence. The worst scenario is to find an excellent student that is doing well in virtually every aspect of “their curriculum” except for one. Instead of a dehumanized system to investigate that problematic part of the curriculum they blame the student’s intelligence for his failure and may even kick him/her out of the system.
On the other hand, a humanized education system is usually dominated by incremental theorists – those who believe intelligence is not fixed and can be improved over time as challenges are encountered. This type of system is common in egalitarian societies. Curriculum requirements are key elements of this education system but with some flexibility depending on the situations. A failing student is not dejected and kicked out so quickly. Rather, remedial efforts are channeled towards invigorating such a student. In this system, learners are seen as evolving through a series of cognitive development. There are weak students, bright students, and struggling students. The roles of struggling students are interchangeable with either weak or bright students. For example, a bright student could become struggling when faced with some difficult tasks and his/her intelligence is not blamed for this incidence. Rather, necessary supports will be provided in a humanized system to circumvent this challenge. People are happy with the learning process in this system and properly prepared to face challenging societal difficulties after schools. However, what seems quite unsatisfactory is this system is, in some cases, lack of proper scrutiny or criticisms of students which might lead to complacency at times.
Dear esteem teachers, it is high time you changed your opinions on the flexibility of students’ intelligence. The students you described as ‘weak’ are in reality struggling to improve their intelligence and perhaps the only reason they enroll in your programs. It is your job to assist these students in actualizing their dreams and not outright rejections. Surprisingly, the so-called ‘bright’ students are often very timid to face difficult situations and blame their intelligence for failures. Carol Dweck wrote an excellent book on this issue where she demonstrated empirically how personal theories on intelligence affect academic success.
Relevant answer
Answer
No school violence anymore in many schools around the world. Covid 19 has rehumanized the dehumanized educational systems based on violence, bullying, and arrogance. A great lesson from the smallest teacher ever (Corona virus). Now even if we came back to schools our attitudes towards students changed a little bit which is a good progress towards humbleness.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
In my thesis I will explore David Lynch's oeuvre from a psychological perspective and research how the author portrays the character's mental state within their inner dream dimension. I will analyse following works: Blue Velvet', 'Lost Highway', and 'Mulholland Drive'.
I am looking for any other similar researches or book recommendations.
Relevant answer
Answer
I suggest that you also look at the TV series, David Lynch's Twin Peaks, which contains a numerous dream sequences.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
It is based on philosophical and psychological understanding.
Relevant answer
Answer
Niladri Das Don’t conflate the truth of what is said with some additional symbolic significance it might have. If someone says "I have to pee" during a dream and then pees in bed, they spoke truly in their dream. It could also of course have the further nonlinguistic meaning that, for example, some thing in their life is out of their control and causing them anxiety. But even things said in waking life can have that sort of further psychological significance.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
9 answers
It is based on philosophical understanding. This question has been raised because in waking the object is fully manifested as a result we can say ' this is a pot' but in dream , we can't say any physical existence but is it enough to determine the half manifestation of dream?
Relevant answer
Answer
It might be helpful to add that the totality of human consciousness has inherent within intuitive, wholistic dimensions aware of one's moment-to-moment needs, intentions, and purposefulness. Such wholistic, intuitive alertness could encompass both conscious and deep unconsciousness dimensions such that the vast range of information and interrelatedness is beyond the scope of daily conscious thinking and verbal expression. As a consequence, the imaginative, symbolic subtle nuances of meaning are enfolded within the dream and dream-like manifestation serving to mitigate emergent needs and agendas of each person's present-oriented experienced reality. Thus, hypnogogic, dream states are a means whereby the vast complexity of the individual's present life condition/reality and whatever here and now issues are emerging, vastly more complex than one's conscious mind could process, are integrated and symbolically manifesting alternative pathways of resolution for reflection and processing when one re-enters awakening of their conscious mind. Dream journaling and preparing before sleep what is reflected upon just before sleep serves to orient our unconscious, intuitive symbolic dream states to mitigate and suggest alternatives for more relevant, immediate organic enhancements in our sense of purposefulness.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
1 answer
Does anyone know a good public digest for funding calls in health research? I can't seem to find one that draws a bunch together and it would be SO valuable to only have to read a page rather than multiple sites! Or is this just a pipe dream?
Relevant answer
Answer
Good Evening---
You might find the below site helpful in searching for funding opportunities. I came upon it when I did some work abroad.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
10 answers
I have provided questions on I hope a great range of topics, but not any so far on one of my great loves-Literature. I know many of you share my love.
This poem is considered the best of Rupert Brooke's limited production, as he died young, like Byron, of fever in war. But what is wrong with this celebrated work?
The Soldier
Rupert Brooke, 1887 - 1915
If I should die, think only this of me: That there’s some corner of a foreign field That is for ever England. There shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed; A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware, Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam, A body of England’s, breathing English air, Washed by the rivers, blest by suns of home. And think, this heart, all evil shed away, A pulse in the eternal mind, no less Gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given; Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her day; And laughter, learnt of friends; and gentleness, In hearts at peace, under an English heaven.
Relevant answer
Answer
I totally agree with Stanley Wilkin
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
I am trying to research Agency in dreams, and seeing as there is isn't a specific scale to measure dream agency, I thought about adapting a known agency scale.
For example the item "I Feel in control of what I do" would change to "I feel in control of what I do in the dream" and so forth.
Is this methodologically flawed? or is it possible to do?
keep in mind I am not talking about Lucid dreams.
Relevant answer
Answer
I think that if you make changes you should analyze the psychometric properties of the test with the changes. Validity can be affected, as it may be another construct.
Maybe this will be useful for you:
Voss, U., Schermelleh-Engel, K., Windt, J., Frenzel, C., & Hobson, A. (2013). Measuring consciousness in dreams: The lucidity and consciousness in dreams scale. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 22(1), 8–21. https://doi-org.udlap.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.concog.2012.11.001
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
How can psychonalysis explain the déjà vu impression? What is your interpretation of the déjà vu? Do you think that we can detect the concept of dejà vu in reading and/or interpreting literature?
Relevant answer
Answer
zied Ben Amor @ thank you so much
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
In the year 2020 that we have faced a catastrophe that has damaged all our dreams. There is great hope for this year 2021 in all sectors of development. The lockdown in all the countries made the people became separated to maintain the social distance and shut down all the doors of the market, business, offices, transport, etc.
Hope the medical professionals have strong hope to control this Coronavirus at any cost. We will have redemption from these worries and the people become psychologically happy to do their regular work like before. It is not a question of rich or poor but they want to have a normal life without fearlessness.
Somethings beyond our control that is the divinity capacity of making things amicable. What we are doing is our level best only. Almighty will answer for our sufferings. Hope for the best. Save our people.
Relevant answer
Answer
Thank you sir Dhifaf Zeki for your nice wishes on the eve of New Year.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
2020is finished and was very hard for millions now how to welcome new year.now what is our wishes in new year e year 2020 has been an unpredictable ride through the pandemic, protests and many more difficulties that had made living life quite hard for people across the globe. But as we near the end of this year, we all should accept the fact that with every passing year, one should leave behind the bad memories and mistakes. So now, as we embrace the upcoming year, 2021, let us all be positive and cheery with shining spirits and aspirations for the future. We should vow to not let the negative times affect us in looking forward to the future and working hard to achieve our dreams and ambitions. So, let us all look forward to welcome 2021 with hopes to end the epidemic and use vaccines, .So are we finding new light vat end of vtunnel?
Relevant answer
Answer
What about the next pandemic to come?
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
8 answers
A person had high dreams and expectation after getting higher degree. But neither he/she cannot go out of the circumstances nor he/she is getting expected opportunities. then the outcome of education is restricted to a boundary. How to overcome these situation when a person can neither cross the boundary nor sit in that boundary.
Relevant answer
By being grateful every day for the things that are good, it makes it easier to deal with not so good issues..
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
Dear RG Colleagues, I hope that the new year will be the best year of your life.
May all your dreams come true and all your hopes be fulfilled! Happy New Year to you and your Family. Abdenour
Relevant answer
Dear RG Colleague
Best wishes from Finland. Hope you get your best year ever this year 2021!
Thank you for your wishes!
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
It is based on philosophical enquiry.
Relevant answer
Answer
A formação metafórica deve ser a mesma, uma vez que os sonhos se pautam pelos mesmos processos mentais que acionamos quando estamos acordados. A perspectivação de uma base corpórea ancorada pelo nosso entorno ecológico é formadora da nossa base perceptiva. As ondas cerebrais que percorrem os sonhos, portanto, são guiadas pelos mesmos grupos neurais perceptuais, ocasionando, portanto, as mesmas bases metafóricas.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
1 answer
It concerns about waking and dreaming state.
Relevant answer
One refers to the empirical aspect
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
Dear Professor
 I am Getachew Demeissie 28 years old, and I am contacting you because I am interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in the Department of Reliability and Systems Engineering at your university. I graduated with my Master's program major in mechanical design and theory, from Beihang University in June 2020, During my postgraduate program study I Design robot grinding for the application used for gas pipeline manufacturing industry, the grinding mechanism installed with a 6DOF KUKA robot, I present the research on 2020 3rd ICACAR conference which is held in Nagoya, Japan,  the paper title is Design of a novel grinding end-effector for spiral welded pipe soon it will be Publication and Indexing major citation databases such as Ei Compendex, SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA), Inspec, SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR), EBSCO.
Currently, I work in a governmental organization in Ethiopian, we do support local manufacturing in the construction and chemical sectors I have two years experience in this filed, the basic problem of that industry manufacturing procedure, so to support those industries I'm interested to know about system engineering regardless to solve Ethiopian manufacturing industries.
I am aware of the fact that you are an excellent scientist and an accomplished academic working at Beihang University. 
I write with great assurance that you would be of tremendous help to me in securing admission into the department of Reliability and Systems Engineering. Moreover, having gone through your research interest, I find it a perfect match for my career dreams! Your research in system Engineering among others fascinates me. I have often desired to be part of a team where I would learn and as well contribute immensely to making the future better through excellent research.
I would like to become an outstanding scientist in the future and I believe that attending Beihang university will surely help me attain my ambition. It will be a great privilege and honor to work under your supervision – an academic with a great international reputation. I am confident that you will serve to mentor me towards achieving my career dreams.
I have attached my documents for your perusal. It is with great expectation that I anticipate your positive response.
 Thank you, Sir! Yours Sincerely, Getachew Demeissie
WeChat +8613051980225
Relevant answer
Answer
Would you like to study in Iran?
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
11 answers
Before shunt when CSF was high I had no dreams. After shunt I started to get dreams. Also before shunt I used to sleep long hours and the quality of sleep was very bad getting up in a very bad condtion. Are there studies about quality of sleep in intracranial hypertension? Are there any protocols of putting these patients in sleep labs? Possibly such kind of studies can help in management someway.
Relevant answer
Answer
Dear Seifollah,
Thank you too much for above informations. It makes me feel happy to find explanations for returning of dreams after shunting. Some researchers might take my words lightly, but the researchers who take patients symptoms seriously are usually successful to find answers.
I am waiting also to see sleep labs as possible indicators to help to guide the very sensitive valve adjustment. Optimal adjustment would help complete cure of symptoms and as well it prolongs shunt life as it decreases CSF stagnation at ventricular catheter and at valve. This will decrease CSF particles precipitations.
My best regards,
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
Becoming a good Surgeon is a lifelong process. Every young surgeon’s dream. In pursuit of becoming a good surgeon they sacrifice their youth and prime of their life. But not everyone can become good. So it is very important to know the qualities that can make them good!
Is it knowledge? Manual dexterity? Leadership quality? Soft skill? Mental toughness? Physical endurance?
Relevant answer
Answer
Dear @ Michael Uebel, I agree. There is complex interplay between structures, process and outcomes in surgery. This reflects the difficulty of assessing the quality of surgical process. This is one aspect of measuring the quality!
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
“The computational linguistics-based, AI-assisted analytics that we used is really a novel approach in dream research. We hope to see more AI-assisted dream research in future. We hope that our study opened the development towards that direction.”
Relevant answer
Answer
Yes..I am trying with latent Semantic Analysis.
Thanks
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
For youth, as for everyone else, life here and now is important and urgent. It is not easy to be continuously motivated for preparing for an unknown future. Motivational energy seems to be closely linked with needs, interests, wishes, passions and dreams. The stronger powers also seen to be connected to what is close, relevant and meaningful for each individual. How can we further develop schools that to a greater degree tap into forces of possible growth?
Relevant answer
Answer
Hi Kjartan, Sorry, this reply may have been too late already. I saw your question just now. I have been working in the area of youth and agricultural development. There are many publications in my page if you are interested. The short answer from me in the area of youth and agriculture is to ensure that the context is mapped out first. It is also important that young people should be asked as to how they would like to be involved and the direction in which they would like to be mentored. In our work, we have seen high involvement of young people in school activities that responded to the issues that they raised, i.e. in the area of youth and agriculture.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
67 answers
How do you think artificial intelligence can affect medicine in real world. There are many science-fiction dreams in this regard!
but how about real-life in the next 2-3 decades!?
Relevant answer
Answer
AI, deep learning, machine learning, and related disciplines are giving us a huge advantage in searching through the space of all possible hypotheses about the relationship between input data and output data.
Translated into medicine, AI et all allow us to make relationships between diseases and their real causes within extremely complex causal networks present inside of our cells/bodies.
This search, when done cleverly, can be fully automatized. According to my understanding from research on the prediction of TdP, VT, and VF arrhythmias, this is the near future of medical research.
Automatic mapping of all relationships present within living cells/bodies using huge databases of collected data is giving a strategical advantage to each country when it is pursued within its science.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
8 answers
Dear experts,
I have a question:
Can we do the mathematical modeling related to the predictions of our night dreams?
If yes, then what will be the significance of such modeling, and if not then what are the problems in such prediction modelings?
Relevant answer
Answer
The answer is no. Most of the dreams coming are actually the thoughts we hve in mind after thinking hard on it when we are awake. There are some credible claims of mathematicians whose contributions originated in dreams, example: Descartes and Ramanujan . Considering your question at face value, it would depend on the dream, how deeply the problem has taken root in one’s thoughts, and one’s talent at analysis related to the problem.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
12 answers
Hello dear researchers
I have an opportunity to have a series of interview with great Iranian scientists from all over the world on my social media account.
I am listing the possible questions that I can ask!
If you were me, what were the questions that you wanted to ask!?
Please help me with your nice ideas!
Relevant answer
Answer
There are no G-d scientists, although G-d is the greatest scientist. As earthlings, with respect to your question, the development of our genius, e.g. the full healing potential of physicians and the medical profession, is bound to step over certain rules of one or more disciplines. It is my informed guess, that the new global economic growth engine of the 21st century will be human health, in holistic terms. We will gain a more sacred or higher understanding of the humany body and our biological condition on this planet, also in terms of practical ethics and health. Concerning the medical sciences, profiteering-from-disease is no future model. Wishing you good luck with all your interviews and much progress in your field !!!
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
It is based on philosophical analysis.
Relevant answer
Answer
Dreaming is our mode of ideas & also for our action of our working environment which for our thinking phase it comes & remains in our mind in morbid stage & in our silent dreaming stage we may visualize the way of our thinking before our mind for our action under taken .
Waking happiness sometimes individual may enjoying for desire to achieve which we are all the time planning in our mind & sometime we are building castles in the air .
This is my personal opinion
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
Dream itself is a debatable phenomenon as a state of reality. Some Indian philosophical schools accept the state of dream but some are not..
It depends on their understanding.
Relevant answer
Answer
Many times people sleep but do not reach deep stages of dreams and in fact they manifest exhausted dawn. Others may dream of terrifying things and have a period of sleep away from the sensation of tranquility.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
Once I came out of a college as a bachelors degree holder, I used to dream of having some professional qualifications. I got that. Then I started dreaming of having a good job. I achieved that. After that I was dreaming of a master degree. I got that, too. I was dreaming of owning an education business. I started with that, too. Then I hoped for an entry in the world of research. I am now in this field for the last five- six years. I had to work for days in and out to earn all these.
What does this indicate?
There are a lot of people like me in this world. Today they have those things for which at one point of time they used to dream of having. Are these types of people super achievers? Can they be considered as dream chasers? Or, are they simply too selfish because they are only considering their dreams and not looking at other things?
I am requesting researchers from around the world to share their opinion about this matter. And, if possible please discuss about the psychology of such types of personalities.
Relevant answer
Answer
Sir,
Thank you for your contribution in this discussion. Actually, the topic of this discussion is hugely autobiographical. Your input has motivated me.
Best regards,
Anamitra.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
10 answers
Dreams are hallucinations that occur during certain stages of sleep. They're strongest during REM sleep, or the rapid eye movement stage, when you may be less likely to recall your dream. Much is known about the role of sleep in regulating our metabolism, blood pressure, brain function, and other aspects of health.
Read more:
Relevant answer
Answer
Fares Khalifa Dreams are reflections of our subconscious mind.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Congratulations & Good Wishes
ICM Celebrates 3rd Anniversary
If there is ever a corporate history written on ICM, it will start with you and end with you. You are not just another amazing boss, you are THE BOSS! THE FORCE THAT THRUSTS FORWARD
Happy 3rd Anniversary
Another year, another great reason to celebrate!
Verghese Joseph, as ICM has reached another milestone can you share with us how it all began and what are your dreams for ICM?
Relevant answer
Answer
Wow! A Media Startup for God!
Within a short time ICM has grown to be one of the leading Indian catholic websites with over 65 (and counting!) of the best Indian catholic authors, besides a nation-wide network of journalists writing for it.
ICM has been ranked 51 among Top 100 Catholic Websites in the world. Today, its reach is global and thousands of people visit the ICM on a daily basis to be spiritually enriched.
ICM's journey wasn’t any easy, ICM did not have any budget to start with, and no history of its people having worked together, nothing to show to the first few writers and how to reach out to readers. It went through typical startup birth pangs.
“ICM then charted out on its own and began piecing together. It’s aim to offer inspirational and unique Indian Catholic content paid rich dividends in the long run.
ICM began with a focus on commissioning articles from Indian catholic priests, religious and laity and using different WhatsApp groups as a mode of content delivery as daily digests. It relied solely on strong and original content to encourage people to get onto the website, and that worked! The cutting-edge stories left readers asking for more.”
Awesome news indeed! ICM “didn’t miss out even on a single day in updating the site with fresh content! Our great team of reporters, writers, authors, tech hands, developers, designers were able to work from their homes from different parts of India”!
I am delighted to affirm that the future growth strategies that can benefit the community look very impressive.
Great to know that: “Having come this far we are have become stronger in our belief that God will certainly lead some kind-hearted soul to help us in our mission to reach out and positively impact people world over.” Here comes a very earnest wish that God may lead some generous-heated persons to help you in your wonderful mission for His people.
It is my privilege to invite you to upload your Dreams for ICM on our Lab. Thanks
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
I was wondering if, in evolutionary biology terms, dreaming is a synapomorphy for a certain delimitated group of animals. If you can point me out a textbook or papers to read more about it, I will appreciate it. Thank you
Relevant answer
Answer
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
24 answers
Hello!
I am Md Al Amin from Bangladesh.
I am not expert but I am trying to be a one of the best engineer and researcher. Now I am working on “PLC” Project. I have a dream,“I want to make the world more closer by technology.” People thinks it’s magic but we called it engineering.
Please feel free to give me suggestions.
Keep me in your prayers.
Thanks
Relevant answer
Answer
Thanks for your advice sir Omar Ali Al-Khashman
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
A very broad statement deliberately structured as an "open probe" to survey think on the subject on the way to a detailed analysis. Does the fetus "think", sense, learn, dream, develop complex behaviours through learning. How would one measure such function in utero? Go for it!!
Relevant answer
Answer
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
Certainly obtaining a master's and doctorate degree is a dream for any ambitious person who seeks to achieve himself and to develop his scientific capabilities and for this we find that a large number of students, especially after their graduation from college, seek to complete their postgraduate studies
Relevant answer
Answer
Suaad, important as it is to be recognised in your scientific discipline either through the achievement of a Masters and/or PhD, it is also important, to my mind, to go a step further by doing a range of things. The latter include, but not restricted to, things like networking with the wider community of your professional and scientific practice, exploring and developing new ways of knowledge in that area and being a force for social good. Interesting.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
I am wanting to research and read up to date literature around CSA/trauma and soul loss in relation to Arts Therapy and Sandtray
Relevant answer
Answer
There may be something in this book:
Jones, A., Jemmott, E. T., Da Breo, H., & Maharaj, P. E. (2016). Treating Child Sexual Abuse in Family, Group and Clinical Settings. Palgrave Macmillan.
You can search for meaningful words; I searched for sand and art and found relevancies although the search for dreams indicated pages that were not free to view:
I saw this dissertation, although dreams are not really discussed:
Maharjan, C. L. (2019). Sandplay Therapy for Children with Trauma Living in a Residential Facility in Nepal: A Multiple Case Study (Doctoral dissertation, California Institute of Integral Studies).
This link mentions sandplay and dreams:
Kowen, M. (2017). A 10-Year-Old Girl’s Overcoming the Negative Mother Complex and Its Relationship to Ego Development. Journal of Symbols & Sandplay Therapy, 8(1), 1-34.
but references a very old document:
Jung, C. G. (1984).
Archetyp und Unbewustes. Princeton: Bollingen/Princeton University Press.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
11 answers
That is, should one be prepared to undergo the ordeal of protracted intensive care? Or is it not an ordeal, really? When being cut off from one's dear ones, for example?
Forgive me this strange question regarding the possibility of a bad dream waiting in real life -- something which had seemed to be eliminated in the privileged countries not very long ago.
March 30, 2020
Relevant answer
Hospitalised, 180 total number In inpatient 108 care In intesive 72 care Deaths 20 The situation today in Finland. 40% out of 72 is about at least 29 who are going to survive. Heavy intensive care means that you have your own nurse by your side.
In Finland we had in the fifties two epidemies of polio. There are still people alive from that. Here is a taste of that:
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
7 answers
Hello,
It was easy to get the full length of SbBDAH1 (1520 bp) & SbBADH2 (1517 bp) from cDNA using dream taq from thermo scientific, although there were non specific targets and primer dimer, but I could isolate my target genes from the gel. Unexpectedly I couldn't get my target even didn't change any thing of chemicals, kits, primers, cDNA and PCR machine. I had tested cDNA with a reference gene (137 bp) and it works ok but still can't get the full length of the gene.
Relevant answer
Answer
is your purpose is for isolating the gene in order to used it for cloning into a vector?
1. 1/10 of the total volume from the first PCR sample is okay i think.
2. Yes, it could help enhance the number of your targeted cdna if your purpose is to isolate the gene.
this thermo website could give you a glimpse of how it work.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
16 answers
👥Have you ever encountered with an issue with your kids or family at large? 👩‍👩‍👧‍👧
I have the following house rules for my family:
💚Help each other
💚Always tell the truth
💚Share
💚Do your best
💚Be thankful
💚Dream big and
💚Hug often. They work very well for my house. I am always trying to make my house a better version of family today than yesterday. With that said, what are your house rules you can proudly share with me???
Relevant answer
Answer
Obedience and politeness to all
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
2 answers
to be strong and happy is very important ,let concentrate on these factors.
1-faith and let others feel that you are frank band sincere and never lie.
2-take care of your health .
3-take care of family v,wife and children
4-keep experience.and skilkls
5-keep breading books and see other research,so lkety every body give oipinion .?
Relevant answer
Answer
Focus and believe in your dreams.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
42 answers
A child on a farm sees a plane fly overhead & dreams of flying...But, a pilot on the plane sees the farmhouse & dreams of returning home. Where're you now & where wanna go? To glide? or to abode?
Relevant answer
Answer
Excellent answer dear Prof Amina. Hope to live long in peace and serenity.
Best wishes
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
7 answers
It is controversial. Is there any new literature on this topic?
Relevant answer
Answer
Please take a look at this useful RG link.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Using a perfect toolchain for modeling every aspect of a system is possibly a dream. But perhaps one of you can recommend a tool, that supports most systems engineering tasks.
Relevant answer
Answer
Use SysML for creating domain specific system mode Jon Holt and Simon Perry creating an modelling framework for definitions of your domain specific structural and semantics viewpoints. See the EU founding research project COMPASS for publications and tools.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
16 answers
As we all are aware that publishing a research paper in a reputed journal is a dream of every researcher as it adds strong evidence to the scientific world and also increases researcher's own reputation in the scientific community. During this process,what are the common challenges faced by authors?
Please share your personal experiences.
Relevant answer
Answer
  • Manuscript Formatting. It is important to note that journals lay out their own specific format and style of presenting manuscripts. ...
  • Resolving Authorship Issues. ...
  • Conflict of Interest. ...
  • Professional Relationships. ...
  • Communicating with the Editor.
  • Undue delays...
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
Dream is always a complex state of consciousness like 'waking state' because in dream all external avenues are closed but in waking the picture is opposite. Randomly we know that all suppressed entities are coming in dream in a different mode for fulfilling desire. So, the question is why undesired entities are coming in dream if we aware in waking?
Relevant answer
Answer
1. S.Freud. (1899) The Interpretation of Dreams (German: Die Traumdeutung).
2. Artemidorus Daldianus (Greek: Ἀρτεμίδωρος ὁ Δαλδιανός) or Ephesius was a professional diviner who lived in the 2nd century AD. He is known from an extant five-volume Greek work, the Oneirocritica or Oneirokritikon (English: The Interpretation of Dreams).
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
"Don't follow your dreams, Unless that dream is to be an engineer, lawyer or Doctor"
This is the best advice i always give to my students. What about you?
What is the best advice you give to your students?
Relevant answer
Answer
I tell my students at the beginning of each term, I am not a super lecturer to let you understand every word in my lecture, and you are not a super student to understand and follow every word. So do not hesitate to interrupt me any time during the lecture and ask me any question. I am here to teach you and you are here to learn.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
Through this discussion, I am encouraging anyone and everyone to offer a thoughtful comment as to ways that the world can be one of less war, less financial control by centralized forces and less attempts at concentration of power by offering a means to add to what we can each, individually and collectively when appropriate, to increase the global energy and consciousness of Hope, Mutual Respect, Love for our brothers, sisters, elders and youth, and an encouraging energy for discovery of relative as well as absolute truth (if it exists).
It is my thesis - that intentionality of consciousness is able to impact the world and that collectively adding to a shared consciousness that supersedes government control allows for more freedoms, liberties, and movement towards an ever-shifting end result that is positive in direction, trend and momentum.
May 2020 be your year of fulfilled dreams, research, purpose and discovery in whatever your mind, heart and soul leads you to and may you share it with the world in ways that create , innovate, appreciate and resonate!
Relevant answer
Answer
My contribution to this is to seek less judgement, more understanding, and to try to give it all away ... and to wake up each day asking, " What would you do with one more day?" and then be intentional in the moment and for the day, and repeat each day until I don't wake up.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
5 answers
Human suffering may to some extent result from attachment to ideas, assumptions, expectations, people, success etc., and on the contrary, non-attachment to others, dreams and goals etc. Human suffering will always be there, yet how do we exercise and balance attachment and non-attachment simultaneously in order to suffer, to some extent, less than we did before?
Relevant answer
Perhaps the answer is not attachment, it may be our reluctance to change when we are forced to do so after all other options are already tried out.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
12 answers
What type(s) of perception exist in addition to sensory perception?
There is a kind of perception that does not arise from the processing of raw data provided by the senses; like for example visions, hallucinations, and dreams (if you accept calling it perception) in which case we cannot say that the mind has received data from the senses.
What is the term that applies here?
Relevant answer
Answer
this is a first possible answer:
FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE All the signs show that in the future, architecture will move towards an increasingly significant technical sophistication in the search of material comfort. One could ask whether this manner of improving conditions of human beings in built spaces is the only way which is offered to us. Because it seems to me that another possibility is taking shape. A tendency which would invest in man, his emotions, a search for a greater sensory comfort, and in a finer adaptation of space to its psychological and emotional needs. Thematic paper session: environmental attitudes, behaviour and values Keywords: architecture – future – senses - space Full submission : FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE All the signs show that in the future, architecture will move toward an increasingly significant technical sophistication to the search of material comfort: automatic heating, energy saving, house automation (i.e. computerized management of consumption ), equipment integrated into walls, glass containing liquid crystals that modify the transparency when an electrical current passes through it , vocal commands for lighting, "intelligent" entrance doors (containing information such as voice recognition, etc...), etc... This tendency, the work of technicians, will increase. The goal was to make our lives easier, physically less limited by facilitating our movements. The gates of the supermarket open automatically as we pass through our arms loaded with food are a daily example: technology to the service of man. One could ask whether this manner of improving condition of human beings in built spaces is the only one possible and imaginable, and if it is the only way which opens itself to us. Because it seems to me that another possibility is taking shape. A tendency which would invest in man, his emotions, a search for a greater sensory comfort, and in a finer adaptation of space to its psychological and emotional needs. The open fire for example, illustrates this second tendency of architecture: it does not facilitate our life, it makes dust, it needs to be supervised, but on the other hand it improves our existence, makes our live richer, touching us deeply, inspiring dreams and emotions. The fireplace is not functionally justified today, and yet one regards it as a necessary complement to central heating. . If the first technical tendency could be described as “functional”, we will characterize the second as "emotional". If the applications of "technical" architecture are many and largely present in publications, the prospects for the second tendency (currently less popular) seem me personally much richer and more creative. It is this point of view of, this assumption, which I would like to share here for a moment because the program is simple and at the same time extraordinarily rich and promising. Indeed, there is only one place to look: in man himself. This is the force of this concept, and the tools at the disposal of the architects are numerous in order to give man richer sensory spaces, and to give a new setting to living places. If we do not present the formal plastic aspects of this projected architecture, it is because it will be intimately connected to its creator’s sensibility. Nevertheless, it seems to me that these creations will all result from the same field of research and investigation: using perceptions as a frame of reference and to examine new relationships with the elements, for ex: • to rethink water differently, to establish a more conscious contact with it, a relationship other than the one we know known in our bathrooms. To be able to seize it, play with it, to let ourselves be carried by water, to use it in all its forms, jets, vapor, condensations, etc... • to think of heating as a thermal landscape, with walls which warm up or cool down, with varying temperature walls and floors, to use heat to generate of "sunny" or "shady" environments; • to use acoustics to colour each space differently; • to use odors to give an olfactory signature to certain spaces; • to link the quality of views when drawing windows or openings; • to think of walls luminous surfaces holding information, reflected colours, creating moods; • to think of sleep in function of our imagination instead of linked only to furniture, to be able to sleep where we like, to promote our inner nomad; • to think of the sun as a reflection on the wall, the movement, shadows, the rendering of light, the nuances of white surfaces and its influence on colours perception; • to think of the presence of the wind, to make inflatable walls, to turn coloured elements, to express it in our interiors; • to think that components of space: air, water, heat, wind, light, sound and odor as principal stimulating elements in our states of mind; • to think of dull or bright sounds, the "tune" of a room reflected sound, etc.... As I said, the fields of investigations are numerous and more vast than one could imagine at first sight. Thus, the data, such as the psychological role of light on our behavior have been studied very little upon now. Just as we do not know a lot about the emotional aspect of tactile perception of the ground, or walls, or the comfort related to the colours of spaces, or the effects of the harmonious spatial proportions on our state of mind, or of the relationship between the "size" and sound qualities of spaces on our moods. From time to time, romanesque literature gives us precious indications about the phenomenology of architecture (or the experience of architecture as it is really lived), just like the ethnology, anthropology, or history bring a mass of information on people’s behavior within a space. A new branch of knowledge that groups these observations, along with customs, habits and proverbs... will be born. Science founding a common base for data in any form dealing with the interaction of man with the environment. Each one of us has bits of this knowledge, preserved in a corner of our brain. We know that this information is significant, but currently do not know how to classify it. We feel that there is an undefined link between the sunniness of a space and our moods, between claustrophobia and underground spaces, between the noise in certain spaces and the stress levels we feel there, etc... just like we also feel well that the layout of the shops in ancient Greece is close to what one observes today in the Souks of North Africa; that the criteria sought in Rome for a plaza to "function", are similar to those used in contemporary town planning; that the architectural solutions for numerous spatial problems of the past are similar today; etc... But this data was never clearly shown or collected. It is a knowledge which is most useful for architects. Because we consider architecture, not as a visual object but as the surroundings of life in which the individual is fully implicated, we regard these factors as significant. To develop quality specifications in parallel to traditional technical specifications is one of the major aims of the architect of tomorrow, to qualify the colours rendered on walls, the gradations of bright or opaline light, sound quality in spaces, tactile qualities of textures, thermal ambiance, etc... The two major tendencies of future architecture, seemingly contradictory, prove in fact to be complementary. The trend to give us more sophisticated technology also wants it to be less present. As much as possible is hidden from view, under the plaster, in the floor, thinner circuits, infrared information transmission, and vocal commands are invisible. We are left with naked space. What does do in a smooth cube, clean and colourless, where temperature, humidity and ventilation are constantly controlled? For this space to liberate us instead of imprisoning us, it needs to be ambitious, to have a theme, to shelter, to stimulate, to move, to embrace. This is where our second architectural tendency, the one we have briefly touched upon here, starts. In the final analysis, the sentence of Le Corbusier "the engineer deals with the technique and the architect deals with man". still the best definition of our rôle. (17th Conference of the International Association for People-Environment Studies, University of La Coroña, Spain, July 2002.)
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
13 answers
Here,Dreaming reality is concerned in Philosophy and Neuroscience.
Relevant answer
Answer
Tom Butler Arguably neuroscience and Indian philosophy intersect in the newly emerging science of mindfulness, which also has things to say about dreaming.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
7 answers
When I am seeing something in dream then there is time and space but in dream, we can't accept the timing in general. But it is needed to discuss it.
Relevant answer
Answer
Jayashanmugam, N. (2002). MĀṆḌŪKYA OR CATUṢPĀDĀTMA-SIDDHI. Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, 83, 121-138. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/41694714
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
6 answers
Dream is an epistemic phenomenon in Indian philosophy.
It is still debatable as status it is real or unreal? If someone can feel his or her feelings in dreaming state then are they spatio-temporally connected in this state?
All are questionable to rethink .
Relevant answer
Answer
Thank you so much 🙂
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
13 answers
Is there any corelation between the seratonin concentration and remembering the dreams
Relevant answer
Answer
Dreams have hidden meanings realized in the world of wakefulness, either forget some dreams have for several reasons, including fatigue and discomfort during sleep or sometimes the nature of the same person is often forgotten.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
16 answers
My question is: what is Plato doing in the following passage? Is he modifying his own concept of the human soul in comparison, for instance, to Republic IV? Is the condition of the human soul worse in Republic IX than in Republic IV? Read the passage and tell your opinion, if you like to.
“In my opinion we haven't adequately distinguished the kinds and number of the desires . And with this lacking, the investigation we are making will be less clear.”
“Isn’t it, he said, still a fine time to do so?”
“Most certainly. And just consider that aspect of them I wish to observe. It’s this. Of the unnecessary pleasures and desires, there are, in my opinion, some that are hostile to law and that probably come to be in everyone; but, when checked by the laws and the better desires, with the help of argument, in some human beings they are entirely gotten rid of or only a few weak ones are left, while in others stronger and more numerous ones remain.”
“Which ones do you mean?” he said.
“Those – I said – that wake up in sleep when the rest of the soul – all that belongs to the calculating, tame, and ruling part of it – slumbers , while the beastly and wild part , gorged with food or drink, is skittish and, pushing sleep away, seeks to go and satisfy its dispositions. You know that in such a state it dares to do everything as though it were released from, and rid of, all shame and prudence . And it doesn’t shrink from attempting intercourse, as it supposes, with a mother or with anyone else at all – human beings, gods, and beasts; or attempting any foul murder at all, and there is no food from which it abstains. And, in a word, it omits no act of folly or shamelessness.”
“What you say,” he said, “is very true.”
“But, on the other hand, I can suppose a man who has a healthy and moderate relationship to himself and who goes to sleep only after he does the following: first, he awakens his calculating part and feasts it on fair arguments and considerations, coming to an understanding with himself ; second, he feeds the desiring part in such a way that it is neither in want nor surfeited — in order that it will rest and not disturb the best part by its joy or its pain, but rather leave that best part alone pure and by itself, to consider and to long for the perception of something that it doesn't know, either something that has been, or is, or is going to be; and, third, he soothes the spirited part in the same way and does not fall asleep with his spirit aroused because there are some he got angry at. When a man has silenced these two latter forms and set the third—the one in which prudent thinking comes to be — in motion, and only then takes his rest, you know that in such a state he most lays hold of the truth and at this time the sights that are hostile to law show up least in his dreams.” “I suppose,” he said, “it’s exactly that way.”
“Well now, we have been led out of the way and said too much about this. What we wish to recognize is the following: surely some terrible, savage, and lawless form of desires is in every man, even in some of us who seem to be ever so measured. And surely this becomes plain in dreams . Now reflect whether I seem to be saying something and whether you agree with me .”
“I do agree.”
Relevant answer
Answer
Dear Participants,
I send you as attachment an analysis of mine regarding some aspects of Evil in Plato (title: "The Drama of the Human Condition. Notes on the causes and origins of Evil in the Republic").
The analysis was published two weeks ago.
Perhaps it can express better my own positions.
Yours sincerely,
Gianluigi Segalerba
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
1 answer
Having proposed BSc, MSc and PhD projects during about 25 years to students of various universities, I got the clear impression that the motivation of students for research in general has been evolving a lot over time. I am wondering if this is a general tendency or only a trend restricted to my area of research (materials science) and/or geographical area (Europe). I would therefore be very grateful if you could describe in a few words what kind of research project topic you would like to work with if you had the possibility of defining it yourself, as well as your motivation for this choice. I hope that your answers, especially about motivation, will help me finding new inspiration for future projects I may suggest to my students.
Relevant answer
Dear Jean-Claude, I believe that projects developed from the seventeen sustainable goals of the United Nations (UN) are very interesting, since they have practical application and improvement of the quality of life of the people. Currently, I work in a multidisciplinary project that involves Materials Science, Environmental Chemistry and Effluent Treatment, which may help the needy / underprivileged population.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
8 answers
Research students in countries like India often have great research idea but many times cannot fulfil their dream because of lack of facilities in institutes like the absence of software licences, lack of good computers, machinery etc. What can the global research community do to help these students?
Relevant answer
Answer
Well, the question does not identify the age of research students. In case of young researchers, they should display their competence in applying for project or, as you dear Bahtilla mentioned, rely on mentors for help. In this case it will be a team work headed by the mentor. Thank you
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
31 answers
Every individual comes to the job carrying dreams and ambitions that collide with the functional reality and the real work environment.
Do you feel that you have job burnout or not and whay?
Relevant answer
Very familija feeling 😒
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Dear colleagues,
I am a post doc in neuroscience working at a University in Denmark. Throughout my career I have been frustrated by the lack of opportunities for finding jobs and creating a network. Me and a couple of colleagues have therefore developed www.academondo.com. Here, the aim is to create a unique environment for creating scientific relationships, help each other in all aspects of being a scientist, including work-life matters, and help people find their dream job.
We hope you will help us build a platform with unique opportunities and sign up on our site toady. It is completely free of charge, and we welcome a discussion on how we can make the site even more attractive!
Thank you in advance,
Relevant answer
Answer
fantastic Abdelrahman Alkahwaji ! please remember to sea your profile to academondo to make it visible to other scientists :) I would be very grateful if you would spread the word!
Thank you!
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Last dream on last day of 2018 during sleep: USA's Air Force loaded with atomic warheads attacked China, in return China defended successfully.
What is your last dream in 2018?
REgards
Ijaz
Relevant answer
Answer
Such dreams are always difficult. It could be your fears of an impending war. But then it could be a preview of what ensued on Researchgate: Your entry and Y. Zhong's reply. Only extensive analysis can give a final verdict. Dreams are like a zip program the condensation of which makes reading tricky. However, if you live long enough you may see it coming true! Kurt
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
11 answers
I think yes, much greater, much worldwide and immediate. I think we can't even consider the endless benefits it already brings and will bring. It's like a youth dream coming true: worldwide knowledge at hand. I'm old enough to have know the time in France when it was necessary 3 copies of an hand-written and hand-signed forms and 2 weeks waiting just to consult a one-page document in any library.
Relevant answer
Answer
I can say yes
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
154 answers
Would you please share the language you use in dreams. Is it always the same language?
Relevant answer
Answer
My dreams are like movies. If there is dialogue the characters, which sometimes include myself featured "onscreen", speak the languages typical of my waking life, i.e almost always English, with rare and limited bits of German.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
Will the people of more provinces have access to justice as the equal gender with equal rights and respect in the society and who is going to make guaranteed.
It looks like that the political regimes are twisting the issue for making their hold more strong not alone on the numerical mandate but of the financial too to have more funds for the province and make their looting increased such as done in the past.
Making the more provinces is good idea but need more and rigorous accountability culture in the society to fix the rulers and make the thing public along with conditional to have the finances and their related activities or the services also public and streamline it with the gross root level.
The dream of having more provinces will not help the deprived and the commons unless the practicing goes to the union levels with their findings and strict accountability culture that is naturally helping the people or the societies having access to justice and probably at their door step.
If we make 100 provinces and fail in delivering justice to the common the beneficiaries would be then the ruling regimes like the earlier.
Relevant answer
Answer
No. Government in many jurisdictions in the world bears the burden of ensuring that there is gender justice; that all persons irrespective of gender have access to justice.Unless government demonstrates the requisite political will to so do, the issue of access to justice and gender equality will be no more than theoretical postulations.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
Dear colleagues
How much a dream is helpful to predict an event likely to occur in a real/physical world?
Thanks for feedback.
Regards
Ijaz
Relevant answer
Answer
You might also look at Dreams That Come True: Their Psychic and Transforming Powers by David Ryback & Letitia Sweitzer , Doubleday.
Bem, D. L. (2011). Feeling the future: Experimental evidence for anomalous retroactive influences on cognition and affect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100, 407-425.
There really are two angles on this issue. One is the neurological, scientific approach represented by Uebel's answer , the other is from the perspective of dreams and spirituality. Most famous there are the dreams interpreted by Joseph and Daniel in the Old Testament. On these, an interesting article by Robert Gnuse, The Jewish Dream Interpreter in a Foreign Court: the Recurring Use of a Theme in Jewish Literature, Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha, Volume: 4 issue: 7, page(s): 29-53 Issue published: October 1, 1990, first page available at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/095182079000000702?journalCode=jspa. But you will find serious discussions of prophetic dreams in many books on dreams and spirituality as well as theological journals. Key terms for the research should include discernment.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
1 answer
Dear colleagues
Once an American saw a dream during his/her night shift hours. He/she wrote this dream about volcano eruption and left it on the table. Next shift representative saw this paper and published it as news in the newspaper. This newspaper became the first in USA to break this news about volcano eruption.
I request researchers to comment either there is a relationship of dream with real world.
Thanks.
Regards
Ijaz
Relevant answer
Answer
I've never had a dream that was remotely predictive, nor know of anyone who has. My present in present and past, never future.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
11 answers
Dear RG researchers
I want to know about the following:
Is there any relationship between physical laws and the world of dreams?
regards
Ijaz
Relevant answer
Answer
Kurt, I know the Mesopotamians very well and I cannot remember that in their world/view. You are on safer ground with later notions in the Near and Middle East of dreams being predictive such as seen in the bible and Assyrian literature. The former you mention of course.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
10 answers
Structural engineering designers run after the target of spanning longest distance from decades ago.. and that target was the dream of the designer up to day…… For me, I reached 30m span length by prestressed concrete beams on building structure…what about you..?
Relevant answer
Answer
In my opinion, as long as the deflection and cracking requirements are satisfied, and that the design is done correctly as far as concrete dimensions and reinforcement go, and that there is no violation to aesthetic, service, or architectural requirements, so nothing should stop engineers from reaching new span records.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
3 answers
Please share me any information, links or papers about this subject.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
31 answers
This is not a research-oriented but personally very grave question related to which I am looking forward to hearing your stories, experiences, suggestions, etc.
"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better."
Samuel Beckett
Thank you!
Relevant answer
Answer
why giving up? wait and see. do ur best and God will do the rest
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
4 answers
If yes how it is done?
and what details we can obtain using this method?
Relevant answer
Answer
You may find it helpful to distinguish between "dream" as content and "dreaming" as process. At this point recording techniques show only the correlates of the dreaming process. The distinction between dream and dreaming is well established.
  • asked a question related to Dreams
Question
9 answers
Description
Relevant answer
Answer
Not at all**************