Dreams this; however, these experiences are very plausible

                            Dreams are a string of images, thoughts, and
sensations that are occurring involuntarily while the person is asleep. These
are occurrences that happen every day while our mind is deep in to the
unconsciousness.

The power
of the mind is limitless. People often dream about places they never been before or things
they have never done before. This is because all
things are possible when we dream. For instance, a person can dream about flying in the sky or having supernatural powers. In the waking
reality, humans are not capable of doing this; however, these experiences are
very plausible in the dream world.

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From the moment we close our eyes, to the onset
of a dream there is an observable pattern that emerges. When we close our eyes as we begin to fall asleep, our visual sensory data is cut off and the black vision that we see begins to become a canvas or named as the Inner Canvas of the Mind (ICM) where the sensory content and dream
content render into a view. Furthermore, a transition will happen briefly depending on how fast the
body falls asleep. There will be visual patterns that looked like point of lights appearing
on the canvas known as hypnagogic stars. Meanwhile, the mind will begin a progression where there will be burst of colours and cloud like fractals appearing. This process is natural as the mind begins to
generate dream content.1 

Whilst the mind begins to create vivid and crisp visuals or
imagery, a hypnagogic lattice or a series of uniformed patterns can emerge. This looks like a fluid two-dimensional
pattern that animates with a triangular mesh that swirls and flows. In addition, this two-dimensional lattice will abruptly transform into a three-dimensional mesh. The process is too quick that the transformation can take less than a second.2 

Lastly, the final transition from hypnagogic patterns is the dream itself or the
final rendered product of the dream world. This looks like a bitmap image mapped onto a mesh in 3D computer software. In addition, this system is a natural result of processing information within the brain.3 

1  Ian Wilson, “The Theory of Precognitive Dreams”
in You Are Dreaming, http://youaredreaming.org/2013/08/14/the-theory-of-precognitive-dreams/,
Accessed: December 3, 2017.

 

2  Ibid., 23.

 

3  Ibid., 24.                            Dreams are a string of images, thoughts, and
sensations that are occurring involuntarily while the person is asleep. These
are occurrences that happen every day while our mind is deep in to the
unconsciousness.

The power
of the mind is limitless. People often dream about places they never been before or things
they have never done before. This is because all
things are possible when we dream. For instance, a person can dream about flying in the sky or having supernatural powers. In the waking
reality, humans are not capable of doing this; however, these experiences are
very plausible in the dream world.

From the moment we close our eyes, to the onset
of a dream there is an observable pattern that emerges. When we close our eyes as we begin to fall asleep, our visual sensory data is cut off and the black vision that we see begins to become a canvas or named as the Inner Canvas of the Mind (ICM) where the sensory content and dream
content render into a view. Furthermore, a transition will happen briefly depending on how fast the
body falls asleep. There will be visual patterns that looked like point of lights appearing
on the canvas known as hypnagogic stars. Meanwhile, the mind will begin a progression where there will be burst of colours and cloud like fractals appearing. This process is natural as the mind begins to
generate dream content.1 

Whilst the mind begins to create vivid and crisp visuals or
imagery, a hypnagogic lattice or a series of uniformed patterns can emerge. This looks like a fluid two-dimensional
pattern that animates with a triangular mesh that swirls and flows. In addition, this two-dimensional lattice will abruptly transform into a three-dimensional mesh. The process is too quick that the transformation can take less than a second.2 

Lastly, the final transition from hypnagogic patterns is the dream itself or the
final rendered product of the dream world. This looks like a bitmap image mapped onto a mesh in 3D computer software. In addition, this system is a natural result of processing information within the brain.3 

1  Ian Wilson, “The Theory of Precognitive Dreams”
in You Are Dreaming, http://youaredreaming.org/2013/08/14/the-theory-of-precognitive-dreams/,
Accessed: December 3, 2017.

 

2  Ibid., 23.

 

3  Ibid., 24.