Monster

In dreams, monsters take much more terrifying dimensions and shapes than any horror movie or novel. However, in spite of fear that they can provoke, if the figure reappears frequently in your dreams, you need to approach them and try to get to know them. Although they are frightening, it will give clear clues to your fears. Dreams are usually representations of ourselves, therefore, the dreaded monster can be a part of yourself that scares you. It could also represent people around you who are hard to relate to—parents, a boss, a partner—or aspects of life that scare you, like sex, old age, or death. Typically, monsters appear in children’s dreams. In this case, they represent the dominant and powerful role of adults in the lives of children. It is recommended that you face whatever these monsters represent in your emotional life. According to old books on dreams, to vanquish a monster in a dream means that you will overcome our enemies and become more important. The ancient peoples of Tibet believed that the most terrible monsters were divine guardians. Therefore, they symbolized those inner powers of being that could deter and defeat ignorance.



Gallery of dreams

Interesting facts

Lucid Dreams

Some people can recognize dreams while sleeping; this type of dream is called lucid dreaming. Most of the people would have experienced this type of dream atleast once in their life. You can actually control these dreams. One of the popular dreams that most of us experience is as flying in the sky; you can try lucid dream by imagining your house beside the flying aid.

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.