Topic: Dream Interpretation
Specific purpose: After hearing my speech, the audience will be able to explore more about one’s dream and start to understand how their own dreams work. Central idea: The meaning of dream interpretation and how it really works? Introduction:
First of all, have anyone here seen or experienced something that you might think is already happened somewhere before? I myself also experienced this kind of experience. If so, I hope that my speech can explain more and help you all to understand more about what happened and how is it relate to your dream. Of course, I will have to go over some basic stuff while hoping that everyone will stay awake. 1. So what is dream interpretation?
Dream interpretation or dream analysis is the method used to uncover the meaning of dreams. It allows us to look at the elements within our dreams in order to find a connection between what we are experiencing in our dreams and our waking life. And as such, it is an invaluable tool for self-awareness.
2. What are the effects of dream interpretation?
Learning dream analysis is teaching your awaken brain to think like your dreaming brain. Now, this can seem like a challenge at first. However, once you have grasped the principles of dream interpretation it will become, as they say, “as easy as falling off a log”. In other words, fairly easy! You just need to have the desire and the willingness to learn and you will become a dream expert in no time! Many dream researchers believe in universal dream symbols, that the images we see in our dreams are the same for everybody. Thus, there are numerous dream dictionaries on the market.
However, we believe the same image can mean different things for different people. As such a book like a dream dictionary, which gives a very specific meaning for certain images, is usually not much use.
3. Different elements causing dreams….
On commencing dream analysis, it is important to understand that your dreams...
Bibliography: • Personal experience: have been observing how elements such as feeling, actions relate to dreaming.
• Freud, Sigmund. “Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners.” (2005). Web. 24 Sep. 2011.
• Andrews, Terri J. "Living by the dream: Native American interpretation of night 's visions." World and I Nov. 1998: 196+. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 25 Sep. 2011.
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