Dreams

Simulation Theory and Dreams

Simulation theory and dreams are important. Many people, including Elon Musk, think we are living in a simulation. We may doubt this theory, but then every night we create a simulation inside our heads while we sleep. Dreams are the ultimate VR, the realist simulation we can think of. It isn’t crazy to think that dreams are proof of simulation, or use them as a tool to think about how life could be a simulation too.

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Is it possible that we are living in a simulation and don’t know it?

  • Technology advances, games get better, how do we know that hasn’t already happened?
  • The universe seems determined, so a computer could do that, but all doesn’t need to be determined, just what we can observe and measure.
  • simulation of detail, only need when examined, otherwise could just be ‘outside’ details
  • basically, we only need to think thinks are real, consciousness is the only thing that needs tricking.

Some Assumptions of simulation theory:

  1. it is possible to simulate consciousness, we hardly know what consciousness is, what it takes, what it means, are plants conscious?
  2. Technological progress will not stop anytime soon, telescoping evolution of time, what computers would we even need that we couldn’t create in time?
  3. Advanced civilizations don’t destroy themselves, we still exist but haven’t found other civilizations.
  4. super-advanced civilizations want to run simulations, sim ant, sim city, the sims.
  5. if there are a lot of simulations, you are probably inside of one, everyone has a copy of the sims, so most conscious beings are simulated… more likely to be situation than anything else.

Lots of assumptions of simulation theory are impossible to test.

Even if simulation theory was true, it wouldn’t change anything.

Things are only real when you look at them.

We create a simulation every night when we dream, so dreams are simulations. In a way, they prove that it is possible to create simulations. What is to say that isn’t all the proof we need.

Dreams About Your Ex and their Meaning

Dreaming about your ex? what is the meaning of dreams about your ex? Have you dreamt about getting back with your ex? Or have you dreamt about your ex dying? Have you dreamt about your ex moving on? All of these dreams are explained. It is important to remember that dreams about your ex are dreams about what is happening in your life right now, so your ex is a symbol for something else, sometimes.

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What does your ex mean to you? Was it a happy or sad relationship? Did you or they end it?

What is happening in your life right now? Are you going through a similar event or situation? What did you learn?

Are you making similar mistakes, or are things headed in the same direction?

First true love, could be a symbol for love rather than that person.

When did it happen? If recent, it could be a way of dealing with the breakup.

It can be a conversation with yourself about the relationship. Are you questioning getting back together or hoping for that?

Do you have kids? Stay together for the kids, keep relation with your ex healthy for the benefit of your kids.

Ex’s can represent emotions/feelings/times/etc, so they could be that rather than who they dream is about.

Rejection, breakup, what is breaking up now, how are you being rejected?

Death/dying could be closure/ending of the relationship, more so, it is your acceptance.

Ex dating someone else, you’ve moved on, your reading to date someone else.

Ex’s family, friends, maybe you miss that part of the relationship, the routine, the lifestyle, the acceptance.

Questions:

What stands out about this person or relationship?

What right now is similar to that situation?

Is there a lesson from that relationship that can be applied now?

Dream circumstances vs. current, actions similar, how do they relate?

Do emotions now relate to back then, what’s going on with your life right now?

Conclusion:

Dreaming about your ex isn’t about the person, but often factors and feelings they symbolize. So think about, what does this person mean?

Many Worlds Theory of Dreams

You have heard of the many-worlds theory of quantum mechanics, but have you heard of the many-worlds theory of dreams? Many worlds is a common theme in science fiction, but what if it was a part of our everyday experience? What if our dreams take place in other worlds? What if right now, we were living in one world of an infinite number or other worlds? Let’s investigate.

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  • Many worlds theory is one of many interpretations of quantum mechanics, it is very popular in movies.
  • The wave function, mathematic description of the quantum state, which means position, momentum, spin, things that can be measured and observed.
  • the wave function is based on probabilities and complex numbers, equations to given values.
  • wave function collapse, observation, measurement put into a complex equation, you give one value, you get other values back
  • universal wave function – quantum state of the totality of existence, big bang, initial conditions, rules laws move forward in a determined way.
  • The universal wave function is real, and there is no collapse, so all outcomes are realized in different versions of the world.
  • Example of the universal wave function, playing basketball, hear the ball, it could be anywhere till you look, but once you look, you know where the ball is.
  • Very deterministic, each world has initial conditions and rules and evolves from there.
  • each new world is different, so each world will be different
  • dreams are us jumping to different worlds, seeing these different collapsed wave function.
  • this is why a dream world can exist, it has its own place and rules, when we dream, we goto a stable place.
  • Many worlds imply there is an infinite number of worlds, where have you been? What have you seen?

Dreams about your Phone Not Working

Dreams about your phone not working are pretty common seeing as we all use our phones all the time. But when it comes to the meaning of dreams about our phones not working, we need to dig a little below the surface and think about what phones represent. Phones represent communication, so if your phone isn’t working, you need to ask yourself, am I having trouble communicating? The thing is, this isn’t always about communication with other people, you might need to ask yourself if you are communicating with your subconscious? All this considered, sometimes broken phones or machines represent the body, so is everything alright with your body?

Dreams about Your Phone Not Working Script

Phones are our #1 means of communication

  • could be avoiding something, so examine a relationship, especially if you are calling someone in your dream
  • maybe someone isn’t responsive, they are communicating, you feel disconnected from them

Phones tend to represent communication

  • so it could be a message from the subconscious

Communication from within -> self trying to tell you something

  • are you ignoring your needs
  • are you not connecting with people
  • are you avoiding life, being on your phone

Not working machines / broken machines

  • we are machines, so the machine may symbolize yourself
  • anxious about making emotional connections
  • can’t make connections / unwanted connections
  • something is wrong with the body

Avoiding and issue or confrontation.

Phones could represent a distance from people in your life.

emotions or psychological closeness

  • use phones to connect to people, but we cant
  • connection is emotion

losing phone – emotional disconnected from what is important

Phone not working/ can’t reach means that you feel separated from essential people in your life, missing emotional support, so could suggest communication problems

cracked phone – easy things are now hard; connections are blocked or conflicted, feeling cut off

dropping phone – let go of things that are broken, or dropping something from your life

Questions:

  • Who are you trying to reach?
  • What does that person represent?
  • Where are your efforts to communicate not working?
  • How can you improve communication? 
  • Are you having difficulty communicating?
  • Is something wrong with your body?

Life is Just a Dream!

Life is Just a Dream is a book about dreaming that I read many years ago, it has also been one of the most influential books on my dreaming journey. What is interesting about this book, is the theories it has about what dreams are and what they mean. It talks about Déjà vu and how that could be related to dreams. It also talks about how we could live many lives, in different dream-like places. If you are curious about dreams, this review is a good primer for some of the more far-out ideas.

Dream About Teeth Falling Out Meaning

Dreams about teeth falling and their meaning, dreams about your teeth falling out is one of the most common types of dreams. The most common meaning, is related to transition and change. When we are kids, our teeth fall out, so when we get older and we dream about teeth falling out, it often relates to the same sorts of feelings of transition and change. Dreams about your teeth are falling out are meaningful.

Script:

One of the most common types of dreams

WHEN: 

Can happen during a breakup/new job/ age milestone:

– Insecure about a change in life, or a phase of life coming to an end

– you feel now like you felt as a child 

WHY: 

Physiology 

– Insecurity during a time of transition, a time of change.

– Loss of childhood teeth, a significant change in life, feeling of insecurity, call back to that time.

– Less self-conscious, feeling awkward, maybe miss being a kid when life was less stressful

REASONS:

Vanity – teeth make you look good; braces make you look better, woman tend to have this dream during menopause

– vanity, fear of losing appeal/attention, self-consciousness about the way we look

Communication – teeth are used to talk, no teeth, no talking, maybe you can’t say what you want to say.

Embarrassment – fear of making a fool of yourself, anxiety about what you need to do.

– Insecurity during a time of transition, a time of change.

– Loss of childhood teeth, a significant change in life, feeling of insecurity, call back to that time.

Teeth and smile show confidence, 

clench your teeth, gritting your teeth, confidence is crumbling, means you feel your confidence is being attached, or you question your confidence. 

-> maybe you should take action to show your confidence, you might feel this way because you aren’t getting what you want.

Powerlessness – teeth are a symbol of power, as in eating, can’t eat, feel week or powerless, you might need to assert yourself.

Health – poor health, maybe you need to see a dentist.

Dreams can highlight something wrong, so maybe your teeth actually hurt, or somewhere else in your body is hurting.

Fear –

Wolves / Dracula teeth -> sucking blood, sucking the life out of, being mean or harmful to someone

Death – people say it is an omen, but that isn’t real, is it?

money – money comes to you, like the tooth fairy or your childhood

Mystical meaning – a sign of prosperity

deception – Chinese say, your teeth will fall out if you lie

Meaning something new is happening, and you are trying to make sense of it, just like you did as a child when your teeth first fell out.

Meditation to Make Your Dreams Come True

I want to tell you about how meditation can make your dreams come true. I’ve been using a meditation app recently and one of the lessons in it helps you use your imagination and focus to induce a sort of waking dream. I was just imagining a candle, but that was enough to see that we really can change our experiences of reality. This experience has me wondering even more, is this a dream?

Do mobile phones affect sleep and dreams?

Do mobile phones affect sleep and dreams?

Do mobile phones affect your sleep and dreams? The answer is yes, of course, they affect your sleep, also, as a result, they kill your dreams. Dreams are important to your mental health and life. The more we look at our phones the less quality sleep we get, the less sleep we get the worse it is four our dreams. Dreams are important, so don’t kill them with your phone.

What Do Dreams About Snakes Mean?

What do dreams about snakes mean? Snakes are the most common animal in our dreams, so they have a lot of meaning. But what do dreams about snakes mean? Snakes represent both sides of existence, they can mean death if they bit you, but they can also mean life as they contain the anti-venom to their bit. A snake gave Adam and Eve fruit from the tree of knowledge, so snakes also bring knowledge.

Script:

Good morning dreamers.

Today I want to talk about dreams about snakes.

Stick to the end and ill tell you how to interpret your snake dreams.

Is this a dream now? Let’s do a reality check.

The interesting thing about mythology is that it is sort of a link between the past and our dreams. Myth is essentially a made-up story that tries to explain things, but isn’t that what our dreams are doing? And how do we know they are made up, if we take the perspective of a dream, nothing about myth is too crazy… Anything is possible in a dream.

The Mythology of dreams about snakes:

Snakes Represent the dual expression of good and evil.

Fertility and renewal in nature, it is a creative force, it leads to transformation with the shedding of its skin.

Snakes can guard treasures and secret places.

Snakes can represent both sides of medicine, the poison if they bite, or the cure as they contain the anti-venom.

Asclepius (a-sclep-e-us), who was the Greek hero and god of medicine… he had the staff with the snake.

Nowadays, the symbol of medicine is a staff with a snake wrapped around it.

Bible: Salvation and eternal life -> John 3.14-21

And just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in him may have eternal life. 

Evolution: Early primates would have been afraid and needed to be careful around snakes; they would need to fight or flight. So, a snake can represent death and danger.

Dreams about Snakes means:

Dreams about snakes are the most common dream animal, they are both positive and negative, but it all comes down to your own life, your own life experiences, and your own culture.

In Canada, snakes are not very common, but in other parts of the world, they are.

Bitten by a snake: toxic person or thing in your life, you could feel trapped or paralyzed.

Growth or renew: Change of life, or renew, snake sheds its skin, so that could mean something for your life.

Fear: Snakes hide in the grass, they can be unpredictable and unknown; thus they can suggest fear of the unknown or the unseen.

Hidden threats or warnings: for the same reasons as fear, snakes hide in the grass; you can’t see they are around, so you can’t always prepare. This could also mean it is below the surface. A small snake may mean you are underestimating a risk. Killing a snake may mean you have overcome or resolved an issue.

Subconscious: again hidden below the surface, could be a symbol of your subconscious trying to tell you something or convey a message. Generally, the subconscious uses snakes to suggest difficult situations.

Sexual temptation or hidden desires: this is a Freudian idea, but snakes are phallic, so depending on how they are seen, or what they do, the meaning can change. Not everything is about sex.

Callous person, rough skin: could be a warning about a person, not to trust them, if the snake becomes a person, that is who the warning is about.

Snake attack: If you are attacked by a snake, it could mean you are undergoing some inner turmoil.

Transformation: snakes shed their skin, so they represent change or transformation. If you feel a positive feeling afterwards, then you might be transforming. You feel bad, you might not want to change.

Healing: poisonous snakes hold the antidote / anti-venom this leads to recovery and protection.

Creativity and potential: If you are looking for a favourable interpretation, a snake can represent new wisdom or the seeking knowledge.

Carl Jung (Young) “The commonest dream symbol of transcendence is the snake”

Transcendence means beyond existence or experience of the normal or physical level. Most likely, this comes from the medical symbolism we talked about before. Which comes from Asclepius (a-sclep-e-us), who was the Greek hero and god of medicine… he had the staff with the snake.

Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in him may have eternal life

They are then also a meditation between heaven and earth, life and death, without medicine, we die, with medicine we live.

Jung also said, “When life gets serious, we need to pay attention, [so] dreams about snakes are a chance to change!”

What Do Dreams about snakes mean to You:

How do you make sense about a snake in your dream? You need to first get past the initial fear because there is likely a meaning beyond that.

Snakes are complex and multi-layered, so they often don’t mean what we think they do.

Base it off of your own experience, what do snakes mean to you while you are awake? What do they mean in your culture?

Close:

In a world that doesn’t make sense, it is important to ask ‘Is this a dream?’

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Thanks for watching and sweet dreams.

Dreams about snakes mean

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