Embracing the Emotions and Sentiments Experienced in Dreams

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: Apr 17, 2012
This collection of reverie-inspired imagery exemplifies the sensations, often derived from repressed or subdued emotions, that individuals experience while sleeping and daydreaming. In dreams, people can meet individuals, walk through vast environments and have heightened emotional attachments all within the span of roughly 10 seconds in real life.

Dreams can take images from various areas of an individual's life and combine them into one seemingly coherent environment. The notion of displacement seems the most ambiguous within dreams; often times impossible environments and strange individuals exist as familiar characters. Only after waking up does one realize that those were fabricated entities.

Emotion, reaction and response are predominant within our slumbering fantasies, revealing hidden meaning and importance through a deeply personal and individual outlet.