Are Dreams Only Chemical Reactions in the Brain?
Are dreams only chemical reactions in the brain? Do dreams matter? I lose patience with those people who say dreams don’t matter. They say that dreams are only chemical reactions in the brain. That dreams are the result of neurons firing in the brain that we interpret as having meaning? Pshaw!
OK, I admit. This is a rant!
How can anyone believe that dreams don’t matter and they’re just neurons firing in the brain? You might as well say that thoughts don’t matter, and that thoughts are just neurons firing in the brain.
TIME STAMPS for the Video: Are Dreams Only Chemical Reactions in the Brain?
00:00 Are dreams only chemical reactions in the brain?
00:08 Think of Vivien Thomas and Blue Babies
01:09 What if Vivien Thomas had said, ‘It’s only a dream. It doesn’t matter.”
01:51 I’ve had a personal experience of a dream changing my life
02:32 I could have said, “Isn’t this cute. Chemicals reacting in my brain!”
04:15 The effect on the relationship between the conscious and subconscious mind
Background Photo used in Thumbnail: Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
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“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy”, says Hamlet. And Carol says pay attention to those things. Look at what you miss by ignoring them. Thanks, Carol!