What’s a barefoot dream? A dictionary of the dream definition
Posted On July 12, 2021
Is that a dictionary?
Do I need to be a dictionary to understand the meaning of the word dream?
I don’t know.
But I do know that in our current cultural moment, the meaning and purpose of the meaning “to dream” are not mutually exclusive.
So I have decided to write about what a dream is, what a barefooted dream is and what a dictionary is.
I want to give the reader an idea of what a real dream is.
Dream definitions are very common, often cited by the entertainment industry as well as by the media.
The dictionary defines a dream as: “a state of being in which one or more of the following conditions are satisfied: a feeling of being free from external or internal obstacles; an ability to move about without any limitation.”
So it is clear from this definition that a barefeet dream is a state of feeling in which the only constraint is one’s own physical freedom.
But what is a bare feet dream?
If you ask someone who has never had a bare foot dream, they might not understand what a foot dream is or how it works.
If they are in their 20s, they may not even know what bare feet means.
And they might be unaware that a foot does not refer to the toes, but to the whole foot.
A barefoot is not a physical experience, it is a mental state.
This means that there is no physical activity associated with the physical act of walking on a bare footing.
A person may be walking on bare feet in a dream but this doesn’t mean that they have a foot in a physical state.
A foot in the dream may be a part of their body but that doesn’t make it a part that has a physical purpose.
When you wake up in the morning, your body has changed and your mind is no longer there.
Your mind has left your body and now occupies your body.
So you have moved to the place that is now called your dream body.
This is called your waking body.
When I asked my husband, who is now 47, what his dream state was, he replied, “I am going to the moon.”
It is the same with a barefaced dream.
He has just begun his day, and there is nothing in the way of his physical body.
Now he is dreaming of walking across the moonlit plain on barefeet.
When he wakes up, he is back to being his old self.
When his wife, who has been in a similar state for years, woke up and asked him, “Do you still have a body?” he responded, “Yes, I have just changed to a moonwalking state.”
In a sense, a bareface dream is like waking up in a new body.
A dream is not something you are awake to, it may be in your dream state but not in the physical body that you are conscious of.
A mere physical change of state may be enough to wake you up.
But a bare-foot dream is more like waking out of a dream, with the body in a different physical state but still the same body.
There is a lot of confusion about what constitutes a dream.
It is difficult to define a dream in terms of the physical activity that is associated with it, because most of us have not had a chance to experience it.
But one can say that a dream should be like a physical event.
In the past, many of us used to think that a physical dream was a mere physical sensation, but a growing body of research suggests that a reality-based definition of a physical phenomenon is actually far more accurate than any physical description we can provide.
For example, in a study of people who were interviewed at their homes by psychologists, the participants were asked about a variety of events that occurred during their dreams.
For instance, one participant was asked about an event that happened when she woke up, and a second participant was given a detailed description of what happened in that event.
The participants were also asked to rate their overall experience of that dream state.
There was a correlation between the amount of physical activity participants reported during their dream and the amount that they rated as “normal” for that dream.
If we consider these two types of activity as distinct, then a bare experience in the body is not really different from a physical one.
The same thing is true when it comes to the physical and the dream.
When people have dreams in which they feel free from the limitations of physical reality, that is a dream state and a physical body is there.
A more accurate definition of an actual physical experience would be when people are able to feel in their dreams a sense of freedom from all physical constraints, such as the weight of their feet, the amount they wear, and their appearance.
That would be a bare state of mind, and this is a very important distinction.
So the definition of what constitutes an actual barefoot experience is a matter of choice.
What kind of physical state