What Kind of Dreamer Are You?

 Dreams are the realm of our subconscious, where hidden ideas, stories and imagery are buried deep within our minds. When we dream, we sometimes experience a variety of these subconscious ideas. We open a window into our subconscious and let it make up a story. And as there are types of dreams there are also types of dreamers, those with differing patterns of dreaming and, different kinds of dreams. Which dreamer are you? Answer our questions honestly and find out...
 
How quickly do you fall asleep?
Immediately
It depends on the day
A few minutes
Sometimes it takes me hours
 
Which animal appears most frequently in your dreams?
Lion
Snake
Fish
Cat
Dog
Spider
I don't
Eagle
 
Do you often dream of falling or jumping from high places?
Yes, I actually feel myself falling
Nope
Yep, and it's terrifying
Sometimes, but it doesn't bother me
 
Do you dream of trying to scream but nothing comes out?
Yes, very often
This has never happened to me
Maybe once or twice, but not often
 
Do you have reoccurring dreams that seem to be trying to tell you something?
Yes!
No
I'm not sure
 
Are you often aware of the fact that you're dreaming while you're asleep?
Once in a blue moon
Sometimes, and I wake up immediately
Never happened to me
Almost every time I sleep
 
Do you feel in control of your dreams?
No
All the time
Sometimes
Only when I'm daydreaming
 
How would you describe most of your dreams?
Informative
I don't remember most of my dreams!
Imaginative
Adventurous
Frightening
Prophetic
Surreal
Helpful
 
Have any of your dreams ever come true?
Sometimes
Yes, but this doesn't surprise me
Maybe a few times, I'm not sure
Never
 
Do you ever dream of being able to fly?
Does falling count?
Quite a bit, I love it!
Only when it's part of a bigger story
I float more than I fly
 
How refreshed do you feel in the morning?
More like I need a month of sleep
Very
A little
I feel quite a bit better
Lucid Dreamer
 
You're the lucid dreamer! Lucid dreams occur when you realize you are dreaming. "Wait a second. This is only a dream!" Most dreamers wake themselves up once they realize that they are dreaming. But you've probably experimented with staying asleep while being aware of the fact that you're sleeping! <br><br>You may have even cultivated the skill to remain in the lucid state of dreaming for long periods of time and become an active participant in your dreams! Lucid dreamers are spiritual and highly intuitive.
Epic Dreamer
 
You're the epic dreamer. Epic dreams are so huge, so compelling, and so vivid that you cannot ignore them! It's literally like embarking on an adventure every time you fall asleep! The details of such dreams remain with you forever. <br><br> These dreams possess much beauty and contain many archetypal symbols. When you wake up from such a dream, you feel that you have discovered something profound or amazing about yourself or about the world. It feels like a life-changing experience! Epic dreamers are adventurous souls with deep connections to their subconscious.
Healing Dreamer
 
You're a healing dreamer. Healing dreams serve as messages for the dreamer in regards to their mental and physical health. The Ancient Greeks called these dreams "prodromic". Many dream experts believe that dreams can help in avoiding potential problems and healing when you're ill or when you're grieving. <br><br> This is especially true for you. Your body is able to communicate to your mind through dreams. These dreams can "tell" you that something is not quite right with your body even before any physical symptoms show up. If you can understand the language of your dreams, they will serve as an invaluable early warning system! They can inform, advise and heal you!
Disturbed Dreamer
 
You're a disturbed dreamer. You're a deep soul with great potential but also a lot of pain and trauma. This pain often expresses itself in nightmares. A nightmare is a disturbing dream that causes you to wake up feeling anxious and frightened. <br><br>Nightmares may be a response to real life trauma and situations or imagined fears. Research shows that most people who have regular nightmares have a family history of psychiatric problems, are involved in a rocky relationship or have had bad drug experiences. Nightmares, however, can also be a sign of deep artistic and creative potential. Channel your nightmares into creative endeavors in your waking life.
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