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Explaining the ten most common nightmares [Psychology]
posted March 26 2013 21:43.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Dreams (to me) have a very simple explanation, other than being prophetic or being a method to travel to other universes or other hocus... p... ocus... unreasonable nonsense. They are simply brain games. I also accept the psychological explanation of brains, since i accept that psychology is a brain game as well.

Here is a short video which tries to explain some commonly seen nightmares (such as ye good-old falling down nightmare) from the psychological point of view.





Photo: The Nightmare (Henry Fuseli, 1781)
Source: wikipedia

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  • At 27 March 2013, 2:44:42 user anon wrote:   [reply @ anon]
    • meh, they seem like poesy to me, cant find any sense in them, as i had some of those but did not react like in the videos at all. The video sounds like one of those tarot/horoscope bs to me.












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