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  • Yes dreams are a valid reality.

    Since one can die in a dream, it should be considered a valid reality. It could be a portal to another world or re-living a life we once lived, but either way since one can die in a dream, this brings to question that this must be related to our own reality and if they are connected are both not considered a valid reality.

  • Yes, dreams are a valid reality.

    Dreams are often an indicator of what one fears or aspires to do. Since dreams occur in a person's subconscious mind, they are often the sincere sentiments of a person. After all, an individual can't sensor their own dreams. And, if a person has a recurring dream about a path to take in life, this could be a sign that the person should explore the dream further and transform it into a reality.

  • Indeed

    Dreams can help us see what we fear, what we want, what we hope to achieve and sometimes give us the strength to do things we might not before. So yes, they are a valid reality, but I think I can say for the dreams that go sour, most of us can be happy they are NOT - "this" reality.

  • Yes, dreams can be a valid reality.

    When a dream prompts a person to action, the dream is a valid reality. For instance, if a person dreams of opening a business and continues to have this dream, chances are the person will act on it by getting a business license, creating a website, etc. When a person acts out the sequence of the dream or follows the directions in the dream, what the individual has seen in his or her mind is now a reality the physical world.

  • Dreams Can Be Valid Reality

    Dreams can be a valid reality if the dream tends to soothe an aspect of a person's real life with it. For example, a dream may cause a person to wake up in an extremely positive mood and thus it can impact that person's real life. It can also have a negative effect if the dream is bad.

  • What's the difference?

    From our perception, it is nigh-impossible to tell the difference between dreams and reality - not one seems realer than another. Granted, one may say that dreams seem unreal because they don't follow the laws of reality, but could one not also say, reality seems unreal because it does not follow the laws of dreams?

    In the end, it is safe to assume that dreams are jus as real as what we call 'reality'.

  • What's the difference?

    From our perception, it is nigh-impossible to tell the difference between dreams and reality - not one seems realer than another. Granted, one may say that dreams seem unreal because they don't follow the laws of reality, but could one not also say, reality seems unreal because it does not follow the laws of dreams?

    In the end, it is safe to assume that dreams are jus as real as what we call 'reality'.

  • If life is a reality. . . . . . .

    For argument sake I will say the opposite of reality is fantasy and life is reality and dreams are fantasy. If we take a fantasy and bring them into reality then yes dreams are a valid reality. We all can't ignore the famous people who have brought their dreams into reality like Abraham Lincoln, Otto Loewi, Mary Shelley, Madame C.J. Walker etc, these people had these dreams and they came alive into our reality. The real question is though, are our lives reality or is it all a big illusion. . . . . . .

  • No, they are simply figments of our imaginations.

    Dreams are what the unconscious mind perceives. Dreams occur only in the mind and therefore they are not part of a valid reality. A dream may influence a person to do the same things he or she did in the dream, but the dream itself was only a part of his or her perception.


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