According to psychologists, there are four distinct types of dreamers. Meaning, most of us do not dream in the same way. Do you know which of the four dreamer types you are? Are your dreams the key to unlocking your personality? Let's find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Before bed, you most like to...
Look at my phone.
Read a book.
Think back on the day.
What type of sheets are your favorite?
On the average night, how long does it take you to fall asleep?
30 minutes or so
An hour or more
At night, do you ever wake up feeling very hot or very cold?
I wake up feeling very hot.
I wake up very cold.
I wake up kind of warm.
Which animal appears most frequently in your dreams?
A house cat
None of these
Are your dreams always in color?
Sometimes they're in black and white.
I can't remember.
When you wake up, do you remember your dreams?
Yes, almost always.
Every single night.
Every now and then.
I never remember them.
Do you often dream of falling or jumping from high places?
Yes, and it's terrifying!
Sometimes, but it doesn't affect me.
Yes, and I feel myself falling.
Do you dream of trying to scream but nothing comes out?
Yes, quite often.
Yes, very often.
Maybe once or twice, not often.
Where do your dreams usually take place?
In the real world.
In a fantasy world.
The Healing Dreamer
You're the healing dreamer! Your dreams serve as a message to you in terms of your mental and physical health. The Ancient Greeks used to refer to these as "prodromic" dreams, in that they were very telling of what was to come. These dreams can help you to deal with potential problems or heal from a serious issue, such as grief.
The Lucid Dreamer
You're a lucid dreaming type! These are the types of dreams where you realize your dreaming. Vivid and realistic, it feels as if you are completely steeped in this dream state. As a highly spiritual and intuitive person, your dreams serve as a guide, a way to connect with a different world. Though sometimes scary, lucid dreams put you into touch with something far outside of yourself.
You're the daydreamer type! Did you know that people often daydream between 70 and 120 minutes a day. Daydreaming is actually a state of being between sleep and awake. It can occur at any time, but especially during our waking hours. As someone who often lets your imagination carry you far away, you are stepped in a rich world of fantasy.
The Recurring Dreamer
You're the recurring dreamer! Ever had a dream that felt so familiar it was like you've had it before? That's because you have. Recurring dreams always repeat themselves with little in the way of variation or theme. Though often positive, your recurring dreams can also be quite dark or nightmarish. Recurring dreams often stem from unresolved problems. Solve the problem and you'll end your recurring dreams!