Meaning of Logic Dreams | Dream Interpretation

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Using logic (such as to solve a problem or figure something out) can represent: The idea of applying your logic to something in real life.

Feeling argumentative.

Feeling a need to make a case for something or defend yourself.

Searching for an answer or solution.

Curiosity about something.

See also: Problem; Arguing; Math; Science

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary | Nancy Wagaman


Logic | Dream Meaning

The keywords of this dream: Logic

11 dream symbols found for this dream.

Astrological Sign

Symbolic of pagan customs and influences, Jer. 10:2-3 ... Christian Dream Symbols

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Christian Dream Symbols

Biological Dream Theory

J.A. Hadfield, in his book Dreams and Nightmares (Pelican 1954), puts forward what he calls a biological theory of dreams. He says the function of dreams is that, by reproducing difficult or unsolved situations or experi­ences, the dream aids a solving or resolution of the problems. He gives the example of a man climbing a cliff who slips fractionally. He then may dream of actually falling and waking terrified. Subsequently the dream recurs, but in each he tries out a different behaviour, such as clasping for a branch, until he manages to act appropriately to avert the disaster. He sums up by saying dreams stand in the place of experience. They make us relive areas of anxious or difficult experience. They thus help problem solving. But they not only look back at past behaviour, they act just like thinking in considering future plans and needs. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Genealogical Tree

To dream of your genealogical tree, denotes you will be much burdened with family cares, or will find pleasure in other domains than your own.

To see others studying it, foretells that you will be forced to yield your rights to others.

If any of the branches are missing, you will ignore some of your friends because of their straightened circumstances. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Mythological Character

A mythological character or creature (such as Hercules or a unicorn) can represent: Whatever comes to mind when you think of that character or creature in real life.

The traditional symbolism of that character, such as what it’s known for, its typical characteristics, context, actions, and role (such as a leprechaun representing luck).

Its primary characteristic (such as a unicorn’s peacefulness or Ares’ combativeness).

Consider also what stood out about it in the dream, and your feelings about it.

See also: Character; Mermaid; Dragon; Werewolf; Vampire; Monster; Mythological Place... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Mythological Place

A location from myth or legend (such as Camelot or the Land of Oz) can represent: Something that comes to mind when you think of that place (consider the characteristics, mood, context, characters, and events you tend to associate with it).

The traditional symbolism associated with that location (such as an event, story, character, characteristic, or mood).

Something that stood out about your particular dream version of the place, perhaps something different than the traditional version.

See also: Mythological Character; Location... The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary

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Physiological Effects On The Body While You Dream

THE BRAIN STAYS ACTIVE. The brain is as active while you dream as it is when you are awake. The body may show physiological signs when you are in dreaming, such as rapid, irregular, or shallow breathing, an increase in heart rate, or a rise in blood pressure.

YOUR MUSCLES FREEZE. A little known fact is that when you dream, the large body muscles, like in your arms and legs, become immobile, as a temporary state of paralysis.

THE DREAMING AND WAKING STATES CAN OVERLAP. Though waking and dreaming are separate states of awareness, their boundaries are not always distinct and there can be a few rare moments of brief overlap. If you accidentally wake up at the end of a dream but are not yet quite awake—which can happen during an intense or scary dream—the effect can be startling. Your mind may still be partly lodged in the dream and yet partially awake. You may notice that you can’t move, an experience people often cite with trepidation. Not being able to move during a dream is normal. The paralysis vanishes when the dream ends or as you fully awaken. This is simply an overlap experience between waking and dreaming.

YOU DO NOT SLEEPWALK WHILE HAVING A DREAM. A common misconception is that people sleepwalk because they are acting out a dream. Not so. Because your arms and legs do not move when dreaming, you cannot physically act out your dreams. People who sleepwalk are not actually dreaming, even though they may report vivid images. Sleepwalking is a type of sleep disorder that most often occurs during deep-sleep, which is stage three, the deepest phase of sleep.

THE BOUNCE-BACK EFFECT. If you lose or reduce your “dream time” for even one night due to a lack of sleep, the next time that you sleep, you will experience extra dreaming time, until you catch up. This bounce-back effect restores the missed dream time, an effect that highlights the importance of dreaming as a built-in, physiological mechanism.... A Little Bit Of Dreams

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Zoological Garden

To dream of visiting zoological gardens, denotes that you will have a varied fortune. Sometimes it seems that enemies will overpower you and again you stand in the front rank of success. You will also gain knowledge by travel and sojourn in foreign countries.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

Zoological Garden

It is a sign of pleasurable travel in company with a distinguished person to dream of watching the animals in a zoo.... The Complete Dream Book

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The Complete Dream Book

Zoological Garden

To dream that you are visiting a zoological garden means you should look to succeed at a business venture by adhering to your ethics.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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Dream Symbols and Analysis

Zoological Garden

To dream of a zoological garden will show that you may always be a winner in business if you adhere to the rules of fair play and citizenship.

If you visit them you will overcome all opponents that stand in the way of your success. You gain knowledge if you dream of tending the garden.... Encyclopedia of Dreams

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Encyclopedia of Dreams

Zoological Gardens

Although wild animals in captivity are not generally good signs in themselves, it is considered fortunate to visit a Zoological Gardens.... Mystic Dream Book

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Mystic Dream Book