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Our minds work in fascinating ways. When we sleep, it produces arguably the most engaging artform of all: Dreams.
What we experience as a nocturnal wonder of subconsciousness is actually our mind firing up random brain cells as some form of neurophysiological maintenance. This can simulate sensations usually transmitted by our senses, where the stimuli might not be real, but the responses are. This can create memories that may not have been experienced by our bodies, but just our minds. Since we've trained our brains all our lives to logically explain experiences, it naturally attempts to make sense of these memories.
Sometimes they don't make sense at all or the dreams themselves are just really mundane, and our brains automatically dismiss them as non-essential information. That's why we forget most of our dreams, even if we all dream multiple times every night.
But every once in a while, they make so much sense or are so bizarre that they leave a vivid impression on us. These are the dreams we tend to remember. Those that felt exceptionally real, I've written down for you below...