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How to prove the existence of prophetic dreams

The study of dreams has long engaged scientists. Recent neuroscience studies have been conducted in South Korea. Thanks to the results we can talk about the existence of dreams, in which a person can look into the future.

How to prove the existence of prophetic dreams

A recent scientific study has proven that the nature of our dreams is most often associated with familiar people or places we therefore do not need them immediately discard or forget. Scientists in South Korea reported on the results of the experiment, which proves and justifies the existence of a "prophetic" dreams. The bottom line is that when a person is asleep, his subconscious analyzes the information that was obtained during the day, and, like a computer, "adds puzzles", simulates future circumstances, based primarily on facts and logic, providing probabilistic forecasts. Thus, in experiments involving several dozen human volunteers, who for some time had to sleep in a special apparatus that recorded their brain activity. In addition, during wakefulness test had to keep a diary in which much detail to describe not only their dreams, but also everything that happened to them in real life. South Korean scientists have come to the conclusion that dreams to be treated with a great deal of responsibility and care, and try to memorize them. Although the experimenters do not deny that the content of the real world may differ significantly from the information that was received in a dream. For example, if in any situation, there are new people, the existence of which the dreamer could not even suspect, and therefore his brain could not be subjected to the analysis of the likelihood of the effect of the new party. By the way, a "prophetic" or analytical and prognostic dreams, and scientists have linked the widespread phenomenon of "deja vu". Earlier, the German scientists who studied the phenomenon of lucid sleep, for the first time decoded brain activity during this process. It turns out that when a person dreams of something, the brain takes place the same activity, as if the events took place with him in real life.