What if- #Muse

I came across this rather interesting thing on the internet the other day. I really don’t know the source as I just read it along in a hurry and I really can’t remember anymore. But whatever the case, all credits and whatsoever to the person who had the thought.

You guys might have read this too.

What if, your pillow could collect dreams? Like all through the time you sleep it collects your dreams and then you can plug it in and watch it later , when you’re awake?

Interesting isn’t it?

It is.

First things first. The kind of creativity that has risen from the human brain when they are awake are amazing. But the kind of imagination we have when we are asleep is just another level right?

Sadly though most of us don’t remember anything when we wake up.

Also, I think it will help in some ways because sometimes the kind of dream you have has so much impact that it actually affects your mood when you wake up. It would be interesting to see what really disrupted our mood right?

Many scientists have many things to say about dreams and dreaming from terms and jargons we don’t understand, to a hundred thousand assumptions.

I just always thought of dreams as, our brain rebooting itself in a way. (Sorry for that term, but it just happens when you work with computers or learn about them too long).

We see, hear and experience just so many things. Some things are concentrated upon , while some are just glimpses or in dazes. I think it’s just our brains way of maybe arranging it all.

Anyway our brain works in mysterious ways but our dreams sure are interesting right? What do you think of this pillow or just dreams in general?

Let me know in the comments below.

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11 comments

  1. Well, dreams can be both a blessing and a curse. Luckily I donโ€™t have many nightmares, but the times that I did, I would definitely not like to relive them.
    If the nice dreams were captured though, that would really be interesting to somehow observe. It will probably never happen, unless maybe itโ€™s thousands of years in the future. You are so right though, I do think it might be that in a way the brain reboots itself through dreaming so might not be to far of the mark ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š Great post, and interesting topic! ๐Ÿ˜€

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    • I have seen some people really struggle with dreams too. Some see constant nightmares. There’s another friend of mine who sees what she calls ‘High Definition dreams’. She says it’s more real than life! I have occasional bouts of a nightmare. There was a time I dreamt that King Kong destroyed my home and my family but no matter how much I tell everyone to run they won’t listen to me. I was just 4 or 5. I guess it was the build up of a kid’s frustration of not being heard! Yes it is interesting! Although I rarely do these kind of posts on my blog, I had to publish this one!

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      • Nightmares can be truly frightening things. They can sometimes be so real that you can even fall out of your bed (and yes that has happened to me one time, but for the life of me I canโ€™t remember what that dream was about. Probably for the best though lol๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚)
        Wow…your dream sounds pretty scary too…glad to hear it happened a while ago though๐Ÿ˜Š Never heard of the concept of High Definition Dreams, but if they are pleasant dreams at least I think that’s not such a bad thing. But yeah can imagine them being more real than life๐Ÿ˜Š

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      • Well my friend described it being so clear and so real that she felt real life was a dream. God knows what she meant. Only due knows. We would have known if we had that pillow !

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