What are dreams? What do they mean? Where do they come from? What do they tell us about ourselves, the mind, or society? Are they even meaningful? Do we create our dreams? Are dreams spiritual? Are they God-sent?
These, and many more, questions are why we created KB Dream & Sleep. A complete dream website with diverse blogs for anyone interested in learning more about current research on dreams in relation to psychology, religion, evolutionary science, politics, art, and culture.
Our blogs take you through the most recent scientific interpretation of dreams using various schools of psychology and neurobiology. The dream pieces show you the multiple interpretations of dreams using Freudian, Jungian, Hall, and Faraday psychotherapy.
Not only that, dreams are spiritual links to our needs and desires. Manifestation of the subconscious appears as a convoluted dream, but the dream is essentially a mirror of the self. We bring out the multiple symbolism and meaning found in dreams.
This website is the ultimate guide to how politics, culture, art, and religion play a role in how we perceive our dreams and how powerful they can contribute to our shared human experience.
As a scientifically driven blog, the content draws much insight from all spheres of life, including astronomy, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, psychoanalysis, and much more. All of this is done with the help of empirical research based on the numerical study of dreams.
Insights into dreams are drawn from digital dream archives containing more than 30,000 dream reports from diverse sources. The cross-references to different cultural texts and personal accounts help categorize dreams with their true meaning.
We dedicated to promoting the recent dream meanings and patterns from the world’s best scholars. Visit us to dive into the complexity of dreaming with huge access to all the resources you need to answer your queries.
Disclaimer: Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D. is no longer maintaining this website. Our team share his passion for dream research and will strive to uphold the high standards of research and analysis that he established.