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So, let’s ask ourselves a question, why do not we understand that we are dreaming when participating in the plot of the dream? It’s all about our daily behavior and attitude to life. After all, in wakefulness, we do not ask ourselves questions like: is it really all that surrounds me now? Is it a dream?
At first glance, such questions may seem crazy, but it’s not. After waking, we do not have the habit of questioning the surrounding reality. What surrounds us is a matter of course and can not be doubted.
This model of thinking is transferred to the dream, continuing to work on the same principle. For example, we wake up, start something to do, plunging headlong into business. The whole process takes our attention. It can be anything: work, apartment cleaning, computer game, intimate conversation and even the process of writing this article! Do you catch the analogy with the dream? After being in a dream, we in the same way conscientiously plunge into the action, fulfilling its role in its plot. We just got used to doing this in wakefulness and we continue to act the same way in habit, in a dream.
When we are in a dream, we also have a kind of consciousness. However, it is not complete. If to speak in simple language, then it is given there exactly as much as necessary for us to perceive the symbols that come from the subconscious. These symbols can contain information both on the surface of the unconscious and out of its depths. That is, in a dream, we are directly confronted with the second side of our self – the subconscious. This unlimited resource carries in itself all the information that we have ever come into contact with. Everything is recorded there. Also in the subconscious are hidden mechanisms that control our psychological and physiological processes.
What the person should pay attention to, the subconscious transmits in the form of symbols. However, in view of the fact that we can not perceive information in a nude form, the brain begins to encode it into the forms that are usual for us. He models an analogue of everyday reality, that is, a dream. In it information from the subconscious comes to us in the form of the space that surrounds us, the people we communicate with, the inanimate objects that we encounter, and the sensations and feelings that we experience.
Consciousness processes this information on the same principle as in wakefulness, but with some fundamental differences:
1) information enters the consciousness from the outside rather than from the outside;
2) consciousness does not understand that everything that is happening is a dream.
The fact is that for the brain sleep is the most that neither is reality. He does not feel the difference between the events that occur in a dream and in reality. Of course, dreams are of varying degrees of realism, but this is a separate topic, which I will not touch now.
Suppose you dream a hyper-realistic, colorful dream, in which you are the hero of some incredible fantastic or romantic plot. Every person has such dreams from time to time. Note that the realistic experience, emotions and sensations in it is not inferior to wakefulness. Moreover, sometimes it exceeds it! And this is in a normal, not realized dream!
We spend at least a third of our life in a dream, and this vast amount of time we live completely unconsciously. All those limitless possibilities that we could realize in a conscious dream, to the great regret, remain not used just because we can not remember in a dream who we really are.

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