People who are familiar with the deep patterns of their dreams seem to be having fewer nightmares compared to the general population. This observation is based on a series of interviews I recently conducted with the participants in two dream research projects, one that began in early 2017 and the other in December of 2019.
It’s remarkable to see the different qualities in their dreams compared to other people’s pandemic-related dreams: less fear, more agency, more problem-solving, more willingness to change, more openness to future possibility.
For many people, the first wave of dreams relating to the Covid-19 outbreak have been unrelentingly nightmarish. The results of an online survey of 2,477 demographically representative AmericanRead more on psychologytoday.com