Dreams are a series of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
The content and purpose of dreams are not fully understood, though they have been a topic of speculation and interest throughout recorded history. The scientific study of dreams is known as oneirology.
I am at the office in the middle of a serious discussion and I am pulled out of it and made an offer of a revision in my pay... I am given the option of choosing between a fixed salary OR a salary with a variable component - the variability that is determined based on how many successful projects that I can deliver.
The very next second I am discussing with a few team members in the stairways of some old building
The very next moment I am in an old fashioned bus or train with a few of my team mates discussing about some real estate
Completely absurd and totally disconnected between each sequence but I never felt the difference during such jumps within the dream. Maybe the brain is not fully functional while we are asleep and that is the reason why it fails to notice such discrepancies? Or is the brain super active by creating a dream and also making you believe it to be real? Wish I knew...
I think I am an insomniac. At least I can say that I struggle from a sleeping disorder.
But since I possess this ability to clearly recall almost all of my dreams, I devote this blog to record my dream recalls as a ready reckoning for myself and as an open book for the rest of the world's amusement.