#2
It was probably Freud. He said like, fucking everything. More specifically, how dreams are representative of our unconscious desires.

I think.

Is that it?
The will to neither strive nor cry,
The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

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#3
Nightmares aren't my desires
I hope it doesn't seem, like I'm young, foolish, and green.
Let me in for a minute, you're not my life but I want you in it


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Y siempre
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#5
hmm, thats an interesting theory, but what does that say about nightmares?
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#6
Quote by drakenshadow
hmm, thats an interesting theory, but what does that say about nightmares?


That'd be our fears impersonated. Dreams tell us a lot, it reflects our daily life to our lower consciousness.


#10
wishes are desires, conscious or unconscious. it was Sigmund Freud.
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#13
Freud said that dreams are a form of wish fullfillment, but that the actual meaning of dreams (the latent content) was changed into what we see in the dreams (the manifest content) as a way of protecting ourselves from our desires that we may find uncomfortable, and that the dreams must be interpretted for us to find the realy meaning behind them.

Unfortunately, Freud was a crack pot.
#14
Quote by rizo299
Unfortunately, Freud was a crack pot.


That is entirely incorrect. His theories were way out there, but his formulation of the Oedipus and Electra complex were a result of him backing off an original theory in order to avoid public scrutiny. He theories are now outdated, but by no means was he a 'crackpot'.