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Types of Dreams

Daydreams
Daydreams

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Dreams About Healing
Dreams About Healing

Healing dreams are the big dream. If you have a healing dream, you will know. If you have had a healing dream in the past, you probably spent weeks, months, or even years thinking about its significance and letting it inform your life. You probably still remember it. These are the life-changing dreams.

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Life Changing Dreams
Life Changing Dreams

Big dreams have the potential to change the course of the dreamer’s life for the better. After describing personal experiences with dreams, each author fills out his or her chapter with their own collection of dreams of others who had similar experiences. The book is thus a collection of vivid life-changing dreams.

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Lucid Dreams
Lucid Dreams

Lucid dreaming is the ability to consciously observe and/or control your dreams. It transforms your inner dream world into a living alternate reality - where everything you see, hear, feel, taste and even smell is as authentic as real life.

Nightmares
Nightmares

A nightmare, also called a bad dream,[1] is an unpleasant dream that can cause a strong emotional response from the mind, typically fear but also despair, anxiety and great sadness.

Prophetic Dreams
Prophetic Dreams

Answer: Prophetic dreams occur many times in the Bible and are experienced by all sorts of people, including prophets (Daniel 7:1), ungodly kings (Daniel 2), and average men (Genesis 31:24). Sometimes the dreams required interpretation, as with Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in Daniel 2.

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Recurring Dreams
Recurring Dreams

Recurring dreams reflect the presence of an unresolved or persistent conflict in an individual’s life. The cessation of a recurrent dream can indicate that the ...