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What is dream culture

The ancients often regarded dreams as the expression of the human soul, because everyone has to dream, and the existence of dreams is the same as the soul, accompanying people throughout their lives, living with them, and dying with them. As long as the thinking ability of the human brain is still there, dreams will last forever. No matter high or low, male or female, old or young, everyone dreams, but the content of the dream is different.

Dreams are said to be magical because they are both true and false. They are both commonplace and mysterious, both illusory and real. If dreams are hallucinations, the characters and events in the dreams are all vividly visible after waking up; if dreams are a representation of reality, it is difficult to find characters and events that are completely consistent with the characters and events in the dreams after waking up. The allusion of "Zhuang Zhou dreamed of butterflies" raises questions about this fact. We often say that we think about things during the day and dream about things at night. Sometimes the people and things in dreams are what we encounter during the day, and sometimes they are even a sign of upcoming events. Dreams are so mysterious that they have fascinated people throughout the ages. Our ancestors began to record and analyze dreams very early, thus giving rise to dream culture.

Dream culture is an indispensable and important part of ancient Chinese culture. On the surface, it seems difficult to be refined, but its influence is extremely widespread, especially among the people. "Dream Interpretation by Zhou Gong" is a popular dream interpretation book among the people. Book. Dream interpretation is a way for ordinary people to predict good and bad luck, and many people still believe in it.

[Master’s characteristic dream analysis]

The above dream interpretations are general interpretations. If you need to know specific matters, you can ask a master to interpret your dreams based on your birth date and the scene when you dreamed:

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