We’ve all seen your plugs and outlets, your peanut butters and jellies, your Jack Skellingtons and Sallies, your Marios and Luigis, your Fred and Wilma Flintstones – but, how often do you see a deer and headlights, or a Bob Ross and Canvas?
Vivid, colorful imagery; stomach-dropping falls; jumbled conversations. Dreams are brimming with sensory information, whether you’re running from “Slenderman,” shaking hands with a celebrity, or screaming because you forgot to wear pants to school.
Where does this sensory information come from? How does blindness affect your dreams?