You dream every night, you just don't always remember
Dreams are the brains way of dealing with all the info it recieves during your waking hours
sorry I can't provide a reference link, this info comes from my days as a student of Biology
hahaha flying dreams like this aren't the ones you really want. ;)
bad choice of words perhaps, but it represents the dreams quite well.
What do you mean it's not good to dream too much?
i looked at some of those carpy online dream dictionaries:
"To see a hedgehog in your dream, suggests that you are being overly sensitive. You tend to take everything too personally. Alternatively, it refers to losing your soul."
actually, the dreaming happens during rem sleep. from what i read, rem
I just had a thought.
REM sleep is Rapid eye moment sleep.
Why your eyes and not your feet or elbow?
Then I got to thinking about a story somebody told me a long time ago.
if you were to draw a picture of a person accentuating the most sensitive parts of the body by drawing them to scale by how sensitive you are, you wouln't see anything but eyeballs.
The reason is becasuse unlike the rest of your body which is wired to your spine, your eyes are attached to your brain and feed it more information than anything else.
So your eyes are just acting out physically part of what the rest of your brain is doing anyway in sleep mode.
So. It seems to me, the motion of your eyes wouldn't neccesarily be random, but would be triggered by the function of whatever housekeeping was going on.
I wonder if anybody's trying to work that out...
there is something called EMDR, which deals with traumatic events by making you move your eyes around. It sort of worked for me a tiny bit. But part of the problem was that I didn't know which traumatic events were the ones that screwed me up, so I'm still all screwed up :)
yeah, the eyes are on a backside bus...
snoring may not signal breathing problems