Informative Speech on Dreams

1665 words 7 pages
To inform:
To inform my audience on dreams
Intro: Can you remember the last dream you had? Maybe you could fly or were falling down an endless dark tunnel. Perhaps you were awakened by a horrific dream in the middle of the night. If any of you are like me you experience vivid dreams. I would like to start by share one of my dream experiences with you all. About two months ago I had a dream that my boyfriend was cheating on me, now I know all you girls and guys can relate to this. I wake up in the morning with my dream still fresh on my mind and in a horrible mood. I am furious at my boyfriend, and for what reason? He hasn’t even done anything, but the thing is in my mind he has, because my dream is so vivid and real to me. So guys maybe
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Freud's idea was that our dreams were reflection of our deepest desires going back to our childhood. To Freud, no dream was of entertainment value, they all held important meaning. Carl Jung, a student of Freud’s, disagreed on the theory that erotic content was the basis behind most of our dreams. Jung believed that dreams reminded us of our wishes, which enables us to realize the things we unconsciously yearn for, and helps us to fulfill our own wishes. Contradictory to how Freud believed dreams were a product of our desires that were too outrageous for our own belief. These dreams were messages, Jung believed, from ourselves to ourselves and that we should pay attention to them for our own benefit. Today, most psychologists agree with Jung's theory. Now that you are informed about the history of dreams, we can begin to look at the process of remembering your dreams. Five minutes after the end of the dream, half the content is forgotten. After ten minutes 90 percent is lost. So how is it possible to remember our dreams? And if it is so difficult to remember your dreams, why should you even attempt to do so? This brings me to my next point; I am now going to inform you on why you should remember your dreams, and tips on how to do so. Dream moods website informs that your dreaming mind has access to vital information that is not readily available to you when you are awake. Your dreams serve as a window to you

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