Why is your dream set in dim setting?

Do you ever wonder why your dream is set in dim setting? Dreams may be composed of fragments of memories. The glue that holds together these fragments is fragile or undefined. This is why we see the setting as being dim. Are you able to see the faces clearly? Or do you see faces in dreams as blurry and undefined?

What kind of faces do you see in dreams? Usually, we see familiar faces in dreams. The brain pulls out memories of faces we have seen, or are familiar with, to be replayed in dreams. Sometimes, a face can be a composite of two or more faces. This can confuse the dreamer, who may be unable to recognize this composite face.

Faces are not important in many dreams. That could be one reason why we don’t see faces clearly in dreams. What is important in dreams? The message of the dream is important.