DREAMS
ARE THEY A PRODUCT OF YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS?

By
AJAL.A.J
Presentation Overview
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Facts on Dreams
Flavor's of dreams
Theory od dreams
REM sleep
Animal sleep and dreams
FACTS
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Humans spend about 6 years dreaming
Dreams are generated in the forebrain
Most common emotion experie...
Why do we dream?
word used to describe the subconscious experience
a)sequence of images,
b) sounds,
c)ideas,
d)emotions,
o...
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Dream Theories are simply that- theories.
They are open to debate and interpretation
of information
• Vision in Dream...
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By: Michelle, Krishna and Sally

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Lucid Dreams
Signal Dreams
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Dreams

Signal dreams help you solve problems or make decisions in your
waking life.

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Epic Dreams
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Theory of Dreams
Manifest Content
distortion
censor

day
residue

anxiety

Latent Content
( wish )
REM sleep
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REM stands for “Rapid Eye Movement”

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Eugene Aserinsky discovered REM sleep in
1953 while working in the la...
"One thing that's unique about
mammals and birds is that they regulate body
temperature," says neuroscientist Jerry Siegel...
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Scientists generally seem to agree that
dreaming is a form of thinking during sleep.
Dreams contain at least some psych...
Dream = Goal
• Do you believe a Dream and a Goal
are indeed the same thing?
-The dictionary defines a dream as: A conditio...
Defining Your Dreams…
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What is a dream?
What is YOUR dream?
-Money?
-Security?
-Fame?
-Happiness?
PROFESSOR EMIRITUS

DEAN
PhD
Executive MBA @ IIM
M– tech

B – tech

R&D

PRINCIPAL

Placement officer
Assistant Professor ...
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Childhood Dreams –
Dreams and Ambitions Change as you grow olderTalent and Potential
How is it identified?
Purp...
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Statistically……between 3% and 5% of the student
population is gifted / talented.
The Texas State Plan for the Educat...
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Rasmus Ankersen, founder of RFA Performance &
Research, and Author of the Book Goldmine Effect,
tried to crack...
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Three key lessons regarding the art of identifying
real talent
What you see is not necessarily what you
get – Asafa ...
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If people come with problems, they come
with potential - . Shelly Ann-Fraser - if
someone comes with problems, they ...
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How often have you told yourself this: “I’d LOVE to
pursue my dream … BUT …
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I’m not an expert
I’m too ...
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It’s “risky”
I’m waiting to be inspired
I’m planning on thinking about possibly doing it
sometime … maybe
I pr...
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What was your ambition when you were a child?
Is that still your ambition? Or have you changed it
Where are w...
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Educational system, upbringing, social
influences, Blinding,
stereotyping
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Talent identification and nurturing mechanis...
Steps in realizing ones dream
• Differentiate the need set which are changing
and the one that defines you always
• Develo...
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Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's
questions.
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A man is not old until regrets take the place
of dreams.
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Dreams ...
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Always remember and understand that
success goes hand in hand with positive
attitude. The more you think in a posi...
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Write down one or two important goals then
figure out the steps needed to accomplish
them.
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Take the steps one at a t...
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The leading scientific theory is that sleep has a large
function in memory processing.
It appears from different...
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Badia P, Wesensten N, Lammers W, Culpepper J, Harsh J.
Responsiveness to olfactory stimuli presented in slee...
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  • Now that we’ve discussed dreams, let’s talk about goals.
    Are dreams and goals the same?
    Why or why not?
    Define a ‘dream’…
    The dictionary defines a dream as: A condition or achievement that is longed for; an aspiration.
  • What do you think a dream is? Can we construct one set of absolutes and says “This is a dream!”…if so, what would you say they are?
    Think back to your childhood when ALL things were possible! When nothing seemed so large it was out of your reach. How many of the dreams you had then are still your dreams today?
    What is your dream today?
    What do the dreams of adults most often involve? Money, security, fame or happieness? Can you think of other things adults dream of?
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    1. 1. DREAMS ARE THEY A PRODUCT OF YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS? By AJAL.A.J
    2. 2. Presentation Overview • • • • • Facts on Dreams Flavor's of dreams Theory od dreams REM sleep Animal sleep and dreams
    3. 3. FACTS        Humans spend about 6 years dreaming Dreams are generated in the forebrain Most common emotion experienced during dreaming is anxiety The U.S. ranks the highest amongst industrialized nations for aggression in dreams with 50% of U.S. males reporting aggression in dreams, compared to 32% for Dutch men Men generally have more aggressive feelings in their dreams than women, and children's dreams do not have very much aggression until they reach teen age This supports the view that there is a continuity between our conscious and unconscious styles and personalities In men's dreams 70 percent of the characters are other men, while a female's dreams contain an equal number of men and women
    4. 4. Why do we dream? word used to describe the subconscious experience a)sequence of images, b) sounds, c)ideas, d)emotions, or other sensations usually during sleep, especially REM sleep   What is the purpose of dreams? Do we need to dream? Are dreams an interaction between your subconscious and conscious? A dream is an internal ego experience of meaning occurring internally during sleep
    5. 5.   Dream Theories are simply that- theories. They are open to debate and interpretation of information • Vision in Dreams • Movement in Dreams
    6. 6. D s m a e r By: Michelle, Krishna and Sally & Nig r es ma ht
    7. 7. Lucid Dreams
    8. 8. Signal Dreams  Dreams Signal dreams help you solve problems or make decisions in your waking life.  Epic Dreams  Epic dreams are so huge, so compelling, and so vivid that you cannot ignore them. The details of such dreams remain with you for years, as if your dreamt it last night. Prophetic Dreams  Prophetic dreams are dreams that seemingly foretell the future.
    9. 9. Theory of Dreams Manifest Content distortion censor day residue anxiety Latent Content ( wish )
    10. 10. REM sleep  REM stands for “Rapid Eye Movement”  Eugene Aserinsky discovered REM sleep in 1953 while working in the lab of his PhD advisor. Aserinsky noticed that the sleepers' eyes fluttered beneath their closed eyelids. He later used a polygraph machine to record the sleeper’s brain waves during these periods.
    11. 11. "One thing that's unique about mammals and birds is that they regulate body temperature," says neuroscientist Jerry Siegel, director of (University of California, Los Angeles )UCLA's Center for Sleep Research.  One evolutionary adaptation is that animals sleep in safe sites where they can be less vulnerable to attack by predators. Dreams are the byproducts of sleep phenomena
    12. 12.  Scientists generally seem to agree that dreaming is a form of thinking during sleep. Dreams contain at least some psychological meaning, but this doesn't necessarily prove a purpose, such as problem solving. Overall, our understanding of dreams is still quite vague.  What do you think?
    13. 13. Dream = Goal • Do you believe a Dream and a Goal are indeed the same thing? -The dictionary defines a dream as: A condition or achievement that is longed for; an aspiration.
    14. 14. Defining Your Dreams… • • What is a dream? What is YOUR dream? -Money? -Security? -Fame? -Happiness?
    15. 15. PROFESSOR EMIRITUS DEAN PhD Executive MBA @ IIM M– tech B – tech R&D PRINCIPAL Placement officer Assistant Professor / HOD
    16. 16.      Childhood Dreams – Dreams and Ambitions Change as you grow olderTalent and Potential How is it identified? Purpose of Identification  To diagnose educational needs  To correlate educational services to a student’s individual needs
    17. 17.   Statistically……between 3% and 5% of the student population is gifted / talented. The Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted / Talented Students defines a gifted/talented student as… “…a student who performs at or shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to others of the same age, experience or environment and who… … exhibits high performance capability in an intellectual; or…excels in a specific academic field.”
    18. 18.     Rasmus Ankersen, founder of RFA Performance & Research, and Author of the Book Goldmine Effect, tried to crack the code behind today’s talent gold mines. Why have the world's best middle-distance runners grown up in the same Ethiopian village? Why are 137 of the world's 500 best female golfers from South Korea? What is the secret behind Brazil's mass production of soccer superstars?
    19. 19.   Three key lessons regarding the art of identifying real talent What you see is not necessarily what you get – Asafa Powel - Great talent spotters understand this principle. What’s important is not the performance in itself, but what caused it and the story that lies behind it.
    20. 20.   If people come with problems, they come with potential - . Shelly Ann-Fraser - if someone comes with problems, they also come with potential. – Keep an open mind and adopt a wide view Swedish high jumper Stefan Holm
    21. 21.  How often have you told yourself this: “I’d LOVE to pursue my dream … BUT …         I’m not an expert I’m too young/too old People tell me to get a “real job” It’s tough in the “current climate” People don’t support my dream What if I fail? I don’t have time I don’t like people
    22. 22.      It’s “risky” I’m waiting to be inspired I’m planning on thinking about possibly doing it sometime … maybe I probably can’t beat the competition I don’t know what I’m doing!
    23. 23. • • • • • • What was your ambition when you were a child? Is that still your ambition? Or have you changed it Where are we now? Where we want to be? Why is the disconnect between dreams and reality? Causes, reasons Why are we not able to achieve our dreams Expectations vs. reality
    24. 24. • Educational system, upbringing, social influences, Blinding, stereotyping • Talent identification and nurturing mechanism • How much effort we brought forward to achieve our dreams. Own contribution • Identification of one’s passion and dreams • Exams are memory tests. Does not test ones talent and passion • Why IIT graduates take MBA and become bond traders? • Short Survey on whether you have achieved your dreams • List of things you really want to do before you die. Tracking changes over time •
    25. 25. Steps in realizing ones dream • Differentiate the need set which are changing and the one that defines you always • Developing clarity of thought and focusing on what we need • Latch to the signal and avoid noise • Am I actively moving in the direction of my goals and dreams each and every day? •
    26. 26. • Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions. • A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams. • Dreams are the touchstones of our character. • All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.
    27. 27. 1. 2. Always remember and understand that success goes hand in hand with positive attitude. The more you think in a positive way, the more likely you will be able to become successful. Forget painful scenes in your life! If you go on remembering the painful scenes in your life, it will lead you to a downward direction. That is why it is important for you have to understand the facts about being positive in your life. It can really change your life!
    28. 28. 3. Write down one or two important goals then figure out the steps needed to accomplish them. 4. Take the steps one at a time. It's fairly easy to do the little steps that over time lead up to y our goal. Your dreams can come true, but not by just sitting there. 5. Do something to realize them. It's your time now, it doesn't matter what kind of dream is. 6. Remember famous peoples were like you before but they just made their dreams come true, and you can to. So if your dream is to be a singer, footballer, actor or whatever; just show your talent in it.
    29. 29.     The leading scientific theory is that sleep has a large function in memory processing. It appears from different research studies that different stages of sleep have different functions with respect to memory processing. Future research is needed to better identify these functions. It also remains to be understood, whether dreams have a specific function, or are simply a byproduct of memory processing in sleep.
    30. 30.      Badia P, Wesensten N, Lammers W, Culpepper J, Harsh J. Responsiveness to olfactory stimuli presented in sleep. Physiology and Behavior 1990; 48:87-90. Bear MF, connors BW, Paradiso MA. Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain. 1996, Williams & Wilkins. Deacon SJ, Arendt J. Phase-shifts in melatonin, 6sulphatoxymelatonin and alertness rhythms after treatment with moderately bright light at night. Clinical Endocrinology 1994; 40:413420. Degaute JP, Borne P, Kerkhofs M, Dramaix M, Linowski P. Does noninvasive ambulatory blood pressure monitoring disturb sleep? Journal of Hypertension 1992; 10:879-885. Rechtschaffen A. The psychophysiology of mental activity during sleep. The Psychophysiology Of Thinking. 1973, Academic Press.
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