The interpretation of dreams by dream experts is probably as older as daydreaming itself. We cognize that all humans, and many animals, dream every night, and humans have always been transfixed to larn what causes dreams and what they intend
 The interpretation of dreams dates back at least as far as 3000-4000 B.C. We cognize that because the interpretations of dreams were recorded in abiding form on clay tablets. It’s thought that many noncivilised peoples were impotent to initially separate between the tangible world and the dream world. For more details visit to
In many cases, they looked upon the dream world as an extension of the physical world around them, and in many cases they saw the dream world as more powerful than the waking one
Dream interpretation was such an important field to the ancient Greek and Roman world that dream interpreters often accompanied generals and other military leaders into battles. Dreams were taken extremely seriously, and the Greeks and Romans in careful often reckoned dreams as messages sent out by their gods
Dreams also had a religious content in ancient Egypt, and priest their doubled as dream interpreters.  Dreams were among the items recorded by the past Egyptians in the form of hieroglyphics.  Those whose dreams were eextraordinaryly colourful or earthshaking were thought to be consecrated and were given extraordinary status in these ancient societies. Likewise, people who were competent to construe dreams were thought to have these gifts directly from the gods, and they basked a special status in society as well.
There are over 700 mentions of dreams in the bible, and people in biblical times saw dreams as very significant.  Dreams and their interpretations are adverted in many of the most earthshaking books of the bible and other beatified scriptures
In many cases, dreams were often seen as a form of prophecy. People often construed their dreams as omens or warnings, and alined their activities accordingly. Dreams were often thought of as omens from deities, as messages from spirits, or as messages from went away souls. In some cases, dreams were even seen as the work of demons, intended to confound and trouble the dreamer
Dreams were so important that they often dictated the actions of political and military leaders, affecting everything from the prosecution of a battle to the outcome of a political decision. Dreams were also thought to render alive clues to healers, and they were utilized in the diagnosis and treatment of all manners of illness
Dreaming was often looked upon by indigenous peoples as a way to commune directly with gods and spirits, and dreams are still used in this way by cultures around the world. Many people believed, and some still do, that during dream sleep the soul leaves the body and communes with the spirit world

The Chinese were one culture who believed that the soul left the body each night during dream sleep.  They believed that if the dreamer were suddenly wakened the soul may not be competent to return to the body.  That is why some Chinese are still leery about the use of alarm clocks. This is just one example of how past legends can loiter into the contemporary world
Some Mexican and Native American societies share this ancient view of the importance of dreams, and share the belief in a separate dimension that is visited during dream sleep. These people believed that their went away ancestors dwelt in their dreams, and that they were competent to take forms like animals and plants. Thus dreams were seen as a way for them to commune with their modern and past ancestors, and to garner wisdom and knowledge that would serve them in their waking lives. To cognize more logon to .Dreams were also seen as ways to gather information about their purpose or mission in life
The respect for dreams changed radically early in the 19th century, and dreams in that era were often dismissed as reactions to anxiety, outside noises or even bad food and indigestion. During this period
Of time, dreams were thought to have no meaning at all, and interest in dream interpretation all but vaporized. This all changed, however, with the arrival of Sigmund Freud later in the 19th century.  Sigmund Freud sandbagged the world of psychiatry by emphasising the importance of dreams, and he resuscitated the once asleep art of dream interpretation