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Important Terminologies

*Oneirology - the Scientific study of dreams that seeks correlations between dreaming and current knowledge about the functions of the brain, as well as understanding of how the brain works during dreaming as pertains to memory formation and mental disorders. It is officially classified under Rational Psychology.

*Complex - a core pattern of emotions, memories, perceptions, and wishes in the personal unconscious organized around a common theme.

*Gratification - the process of appeasing one's physiological or psychological needs.

*Retention - in Psychology, the act of failing to express something which in nature is evocative of the mind.

*Resolution - exclusionary to human beings, it is an individual's mental capacity to receive to future events, free from both worry and over-excitation concerning the future, therefore increasing the potentiality of slumber.

*Id - is comprised of the unorganized part of the personality structure which contains the basic drives. The id acts according to the "pleasure principle", seeking to avoid pain or displeasure aroused by increases in instinctual tension.

*Dream Platforms - different layers of the stratification of our dream realm, each to which distinctly contains environs and a particular type of need to gratify. The dream platforms embody the pyramid of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, where dreaming is analogous to climbing that pyramid until one is able to wake up/ reach the apex of the "pyramid". (more philosophically, it is like one's quest to enlightenment by attaining the World Arcanum starting from the Fool Arcanum)

*Environs - they are our perception of the surroundings in a particular dream platform.

*Apparitions - manifesting in our dream, they are either objects or living beings of which we yearn to attain in reality.

*Resortment - similar in nature to an apparition, it is either an action which we desire to do or a situation in which we desire to be involved.

*Lucidity - the magnitude of comprehension a person can cast towards his or her dreams.

*Futility - relative to or affective from a specific notion, it is the state of mind that feels hollow and without hope of being able to gratify oneself of one or more of his need(s).

*Harbinger - the event(s), object(s), person(s), and/or any other dream environ a person perceives before directly waking up from sleep.

*Emotive Identification - the process by which we identify our environs as something identical to what we know from wakefulness; as a person, an object, a place, etc. Behind it is a constantly working mental spectator that labels in our dreams those things we perceive as being according to our emotions. Emotive identification may also be the process in which we associate what we are able to feel "what we should feel" with a particular environ.

*Revision - the process a person unconsciously submits to by which one drifts from one Dream Platform to another entirely without his knowledge.

*Nocturnal Emission - a nocturnal emission, or "wet dream", is a dream resulting with either a male person urinating fluids during sleep or a female individual with her vagina being lubricated

*Self-actualization - also known as "the death of the dream". It is literally the process when a person is introduced to the maxima of emotional build-up, which drastically propels oneself to his own image and forcibly suggests to form a pattern of thoughts oriented to one's being. It may coincide with the way we get killed in our dreams, or the way when we bereave over someone, getting emotionally critical due to a dream event, etc.

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