Climb

This dream indicated that you are trying to achieve a very high goal in real life or you are trying to escape something that frightens you. It is possible that you are about to achieve the success that you have been searching for a long time. Ambition will accompany you, but you may not be very sure of yourself. You should continue being humble and modest. In the event that you are too egotistic and climb too much, you run the risk that someone will make you fall. Arrogance will not serve you well. The walls or mountains that you should overcome symbolize obstacles of real life. If you conquer them quickly, the dream foretells victories. On the contrary, it denotes that it will be a difficult task that will require all of your efforts. That which is not achieved at first will need a gradual ascent, and quickly will produce more satisfaction. According to Freud, dreams in which you climb are a reflection of what it costs you to please your sexual desires. Oneiric oracles say that climbing up steps and reaching the final stretch in dreams foretells success in business.



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Interesting facts

Enhance your grades

Most of the kids, ages 10 to 16 are suffering breathing disorder when they sleep. It could be sleep apnea, snoring, and other kinds of interrupted breathing disorders. It's been said that students suffering from such have problems in terms of concentrating and learning, which can surely lead to a functional impairment at their school. Even college students who do not get enough of sleep at night have worse grades. Well, sacrificing sleep in order to meet some sort of deadline can be ideal, but depriving oneself to sleep will surely impair learning, which is not good for students.



What is a dream?

Dream is defined as a series of thoughts in the form of images that occurs in one's mind during sleep. It is a natural process that everybody undergoes in his life. Researches have found that people dream several times a night, each of the dreams lasting about 20 minutes. It is also found that a man spends 6 years of his life in dreaming.