It is widely known that a person with a healthy
body and with a healthy nervous system dreams every night and usually
several times a night. Research has shown that people who are deprived
from dreaming exhibit symptoms of irritability and anxiety.
But dreams are much more than that. They are a tool of transformation.
They hold the opportunity for self-growth, improvement and self-discovery.
For mystics, dreams hold a wealth of knowledge.
Dreams reflect our thoughts and emotions and by interpreting them we
become conscious of what appears on the surface of our psyche. Dreams
are given to us to rescue us from lethargy and unconsciousness.