Essay about Dream Analysis

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According to Merriam-Webster, a dream can be defined as a series of thoughts, images or emotions occurring during sleep. Form many people, sleep can be a disturbing time, but for others it can be a peaceful, longing time of the day. For me, I LOVE my sleep, as well as any dreams that may accompany my slumber. I would like to think I have a very vivid imagination, based on some of the dreams that I encounter. I do find that I can remember most of my dreams, at least for a few hours, however, by the end of the day, I honestly can say that last night’s dream has been long since forgotten. After having a late night talk with my brother a year or so ago, I discovered that he and I are even more similar than I thought. He revealed to me…show more content…
One dream in particular, is an old friend of mine. I dreamt that I was trying to find her house, and it was in a city and I got lost and couldn’t find it. I eventually found it and it was an old, run down apartment that was in a bad neighborhood. About two or three years later, I dreamt that I went to visit that same friend, but she had moved into a large home with red walls and a tall stair case. (Very weird, I know). Surprisingly, after having a few of these dreams about my friend Cindy, I decided to look her up on Facebook, and found her. Not only did we get a chance to talk, but also we met last summer for an afternoon. Since seeing her last summer, I have only dreamed about her once more. I did confide in her that I had been having dreams about her and didn’t know why. Interesting enough, she had recently moved into a home that she and her husband had built themselves, after renting an old, run down house. Based on what I researched about reoccurring dreams, I would have to say that my reoccurring dreams most likely are due to the loss I feel about people moving on and me “not seeing” them again. For the most part, all of my family and friends live right here in Maryland. There are less than a handful of friends or family that do not live within driving distance from my residence. Perhaps I am feeling a loss and concerned over her welfare, since I had not seen her in quite sometime. Most of the time, I do not give much thought to my dreams. However, when I have

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