Every night, humans have an average of 6-10 dreams. A few minutes after being awoken, these dreams are usually forgotten. However, what if there’s actual meaning to dreams that would make them more lucrative to remember?
Modern science, as well as Native American tribes and Mexican nations, believe that we, or at least our brains visit a “parallel universe” when we dream. This would explain why humans can dream in color, and can senses with all five feelings what’s happening within the dream. If you’ve ever dreamed of eating your grandmother’s signature apple pie per se, have you ever realized that it feels like you can taste and smell the delicious pie in front of you? Or maybe you’ve dreamed of riding a roller coaster and felt the thrill of riding it as it climbs up the steep hills and rushes down the ramps.
THE TRUE SCIENCE OF PARALLEL UNIVERSES
Mystics also believe that there are places where dreaming takes place, but have related it to supernatural beings such as ghosts and spirits. However, since 1920 scientists have been trying to avoid such questionable beings, and in their quest to find the ideal place of nuclear particles to host dreams, they realized that such a formation would be impossible on Earth. Thus they shifted the argument away from the supernatural, and into an arguably more confusing field of physics. An example of the scientist’s theory of parallel universes would be to think of two worlds: one in which you are born, and one in which you aren’t. Logically, you can never be in such a “dual” state within one dimension, and thus the need for multiple parallel dimensions arises. Think about it: in another world, there could be a copy of yourself who does things slightly differently, and as a result may have a better life than you. In another world, there could be a person like you who didn’t forget his lines at the corporate meeting. In another world, there could be another version of you who understands what is going on with our dreams–and maybe by then, we’ll know if the scientists or the mystics win out on this debate.