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  • Neve commented on the post, Fate is Real?

    Hi Lauren! I really enjoyed reading about this topic. I like how you talked about how quantum physics disagrees with fate. I think this excerpt was executed well.

  • I really like the question you asked. I’ve wondered the same thing as I am the only girl cousin on both sides of my family. Along with that, my mom grew up with three older brothers. Being the only girl I feel that I have received more opportunities.

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    Why do we dream and does mental health affect our dreams?

    Some psychologists claim that dreams are the firing of neurons during a state of rest, while others suggest that dreams are a window into our subconscious. Other’s say that dreams prepare us for future challenges and are an adaptive...

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    • What an interesting topic this is! I tend to dream right when I’m waking up and right when I’m falling asleep, so during the REM time you mentioned. I think it would be interesting for you to look into the possible meanings of dreams. Do they symbol things going on in your life, or are they completely random?

    • I think this is such an interesting thing to think about. And its really hard to understand what is the true meaning behind dreams. Like you mentioned there are different theories which psychologists cant agree with. I really find it interesting to see all the different theories and how in some way I agree with all of them depending on the night and what dreams I have

    • I am intrigued by your post “Why do we dream and does mental health affect our dreams?” because you explain how our emotions are active during the dreaming state which influences our dreams. Also how dreams show us subliminal messages about how we feel emotionally which creates that dream reality.
      Two sentences that stood out to me were “A recent study showed that lucid dreaming may be associated with psychological well-being.” and “REM dreams have been proven to be more vivid and fantastical.” These stood out to me because Lucid dreaming helps the sleeper gain control of their dreams and what’s happening while REM dreams is a rapid movement in the eyes allowing the sleeper to have more vivid dreams.
      Thanks for writing this article. I look forward to seeing what you write next time because I know a way through lucid dreaming is through meditation.

    • Very cool article and post! This immediately reminded me of an experience I had recently with sleep paralysis. I woke up in the middle of the night and was immediately overcome with terror and fear that was emanating off a black figure standing before my bed. I had to force my eyes open to see it, but I couldn’t move any more than that. I forgot how it ended, but I’ve never experienced anything like it in my life. It was crazy. Researchers don’t know much about it, but if you’re interested, you should check out this article. . It has a lot of the common experiences and information about sleep paralysis.

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