A symbolic figure incarnated by the mermaid. The myth of sirens is one of the oldest, as already in ancient Greece there existed stories about them. They represent the feminine side of the mind and evidence the mystery that surrounds the human psyche. Sirens bring secret wisdom from the depths of the subconscious (the sea). If a man has this dream, he may be afraid of his femininity or of his dark thoughts. For a woman it manifest the doubts about the nature of her own sex. Further, thanks to the seduction that a siren’s song exercises over masculine energy, it represent the temptations or passionate desires. Dreaming of the siren’s song foretells possible deceit in love. Mythology offers many figures that are part human, part animal. The major part includes the conscious mind; the minor part, the primitivism and irrationality that the conscience needs. Originally, these symbols were conceived to demonstrate that human nature and animals are inseparable.
Gallery of dreams
Do blind people dream?
Dreams in blind people depend on the nature of their blindness. Individuals who have born blind will not have visual dreams instead they have night mares, most of them revolving around their challenges faced during the day. They experience dream through their sensory inputs like touch, smell, noise and emotions. People who were blinded after birth can experience visual dreams based on the visions or images that they have seen.
Inflammation, it is associated with diabetes, stroke, arthritis, heart disease as well as premature aging. There have been researches showing that people who gets less than six hours of sleep a night have their blood levels higher than those who get more. A study done in 2010 has figured that the C-reactive protein is higher in people who only get a few hours of sleep every night. According to Dr. Rapoport, people suffering from sleep apnea or insomnia could develop high blood pressure as well as inflammation, so treatment of these sleep disorders must be followed.