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Some facts about dreams:
Prosperity, precognition, and pronostics
There is proof of some people that had premonitory dreams managing to earn significant sums of money thanks to their oneiric “magic.” The most spectacular case was in the fifties, when an Englishman named Harold Horwood won a considerable number of prizes betting on horses. His dreams transmitted clues as to the winning racehorse to bet on. Unfortunately, these types of premonitions don’t come to everyone. However, anyone has the opportunity to discover the greatest treasure of all—knowledge of one’s self—through their dreams. We’ve all experienced the feeling of having lost control of our lives at some point. We might feel like others are deciding things for us or that we are victims of our circumstances. However, many psychologists disagree with this. That is, they argue that daily events are not coincidences but rather meaningful deeds that reflect the inner state of the individual.
Dreams and memory
Our brain can remember loads of images we see everyday. These images are stored by a part of the brain. When we are reminded of the incident or the person, our brain reproduces these related thoughts in the form of images. Some people with extra sensory perception experience dreams about future. They can predict the future through their dreams. To experience a pleasant dream, always go to sleep with positive thoughts. These thoughts not only induce good dreams but also give you a fresh start in the morning.