Comment: Some scientists say that dreams are not a figment of the imagination, but a conscious preparation for the future. In a dream, the brain practices survival techniques in extreme situations.
My Response: During sleep, the brain reboots. It rearranges its memory and everything else. Therefore, sometimes we see very interesting dreams. Even babies who have no impressions see dreams. A reboot of the brain takes place, a shifting of memory zones and sensations, and we feel it all like dreams.
Question: Is it possible to say that even an ordinary person in a dream is less connected with his egoism and therefore, as if, connects with some common thought?
Answer: Of course. When a person sleeps, he cannot do anything wrong. Therefore, it is said that “when sinners sleep, good for them and good for the world.”
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 6/28/22