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Everyone has nightmares, but so little people know what is going on. Here are some tips for understanding and using your dreams.
-Many people believe that dreams come from your subconscious
-the best way to remember your dreams is to write them down the second you awake, believe it or not for at the most even with a bad memory if you try you can remember your dreams for quite a while, it also depends on how important the dream was to you.
usually people dream of things that they have great fear of, like hight`s or water. But, however, some people dream of things and places they have never seen before. Those dreams occur when
A. you are already in an unfamiliar place
B. you could have seen it somewhere but have forgotten
C. you want to go there
D. you have heard of it and it stuck in you subconscious
E. it could be a world that you yourself had made, aware or not, it could even be from when you were little
And that are just a few that i knew of
F. You could have a link to another dimension
When you see someone unfamiliar in a dream it could mean
A. yes you have seen them and forgotten it
B. you had made them up a long time ago
C. they could be based off of someone you have seen, or are even a mix between them
though i`m sure other people can think of more
D. You might meet them in the future
When you die in your dreams it is said that it is a cause of fear, and everyone dies in there dreams at least once.
But has anyone ever thought that something more could happen?

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