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About Our Sleep - Part 2

Updated: Apr 23

Why do dreams have so much impact on our quality of sleep?

Many people experience dreams, some even feel like they are actually real.

When we dream, our feelings, sensations and emotions can be so real, they can even continue when we wake up. For example, when we have nightmares, we could still feel the horror and fear when we awake, or when having more emotional dreams, we could wake up feeling sorrow or sadness.

The emotions generated in our dreams could also affect our performance and decision-making during the day, but the most direct impact is on the quality of our sleep. Some people might say that dreams are not real because they don’t actually happen, so how could they affect our performance and decision-making during the daytime? In fact, we found that the emotions or feelings generated in dreams really do exist and are retained in our body.

Why does this happen? What exactly is a dream? How do dreams actually come about? What impact do dreams have on us? With these questions in mind, let us take a look at the study and understanding about dreams coming from the PICER Institute.

How are dreams formed?

When we are sleeping, our ego will relax and our "consciousness structure" is no longer bound or contained so much by the 'self'. The hereditary data (the memories) coming from our family lineage, the dynamic forces coming from the earth and the moon, and the many reservoirs of consciousness will have an influence on us.

What is a “reservoir of consciousness”? It is the collective consciousness accumulated throughout evolution, containing thinking patterns (mindsets) and emotions.

When we sleep, these “reservoirs of consciousness” will merge with our "consciousness structure" and manifest as a dream. Merging with these external consciousnesses will actually affect our lives to different degrees.

What happens in the physical world takes longer to happen, but in a dream state, because we are dealing with consciousness in the form of electronic data (memories), the dream can happen instantaneously.

Chinese people have a saying that life will be good when time, place and people are in harmony. In our own research, we found that “time” refers to the alignment of planets and galaxies. In a previous article, we discussed and explained how the Sun and Earth can affect people’s behavior.

From our studies, we observed that at night, the moon emits different signals which are types of extreme consciousness, affecting our values and making us prone to unexpected discomforts or confusing thoughts, and some people may even feel depressed when they wake up. This is because many different external electronic data, electromagnetic fields, enter into our "consciousness structure".

What is electronic data?

Electronic data is a record of the events that happened at a particular time and place, including the thinking and emotions experienced by our ancestors. Generation upon generation those experiences are passed down to us in the form of electronic data, through our DNA.

This electronic data, as observed by our Visual Spectroscopy Profiling (VSP) (*), is seen in the form of 'black dots'. It is conscious, and it is in fact the frequencies and electromagnetic fields that are being emitted from the reservoirs of consciousness.

(* Link to the post 'Our Research and Findings':

So, when we sleep at night, these 'reservoirs of consciousness' and the 'electronic data' are like the raw ingredients that make up our dreams.

Why does sleeping not always equate to getting rest?

Its because dreams generate consciousness, and we cannot really rest while sleeping, due to this consciousness. Many people may think that sleeping is resting, but it is not necessarily so. If you dream all night, you actually do not rest at all. Even if you have slept for 7 hours, during which you experienced one hour of intense dreams, you could still feel very tired when you wake up, even as if you have not rested. Even with just half an hour of intense dreams, when you wake up, you could feel really exhausted.

Therefore, the quality of our sleep has little to do with the duration of our sleep. Instead, its how we receive the electronic data entering into our consciousness structure while we sleep, and how these data manifest our dream state, or whether the data can be neutralized or modulated.

If you sleep without dreaming at all, it would make a very big difference to how you rest. For example, during a 3-hour sleep without dreaming, or even sleeping only one hour without dreaming could be equivalent to the sleep quality of a person who slept 8 hours and had many dreams.

We asked David, the founder of the PICER Institute, to share his sleeping experience, to understand more about the connection between sleep quality and duration of sleep.


“For me, quality of sleep is complete tranquility, almost like being anesthetized for an operation. If I just sleep for an hour, I will feel like I have been sleeping for a very long time, and my body feels fully energized and recharged. So, I only need an hour or two to have enough energy to last for the whole day.

Sometimes I can even sleep for just an hour and then work for two days without sleep, which I often do. I have no problem at all with this. Occasionally, after performing what we call ‘energy work,’ I may undergo a big change in my body structure, which is an adjustment of my electromagnetic field.

This is similar to an upgrade on a mobile phone when we have to shut down and restart the device.

Sleeping is a necessary process of shutting down and restarting. When we require a little more time to upgrade our body structure, then a longer sleep is needed”.

Sleeping may be a form of rest for our body, but consciousness does not sleep.

Let us talk about dreams again. Why do dreams influence us so seriously even though we have already fallen asleep?

In fact, sleeping is only resting physically. This does not mean that our conscious mind is resting at the same time. Just like a mobile/cell phone or a computer, when we are not using it for a while and leave it in our pocket or on a desk, does it mean that its not working?

Many people know that the answer to that question is "no” because the phone is still working and functioning. For example, it still receives messages from What's App or Messenger, it still gathers information from other apps, or sends messages out at a preset time. That is to say, when we turn off the screen of a phone or computer, even though some software is switched off, the CPU is always working.

So, as we have dreams during sleep and our physical body is taking a rest, our conscious mind is still working. This is why we can feel tired when we wake up. Because of this, our body consumes a lot of energy for the functioning of our consciousness.

Our conscious mind is actively engaging in work, and the feelings and emotions in a dream state can be even more vivid than in reality.

For example, some people may hold back their reactions to certain events or people in the real world when they are awake, even though their inner thoughts may be to harm or even kill another, but they would control themselves and restrain from doing it. Whereas in a dream state, in the pure electronic world, their conscious minds are in full-on action mode.

Why can dreaming make us feel "bitter"?

Why can dreams cause us suffering? It is due to the calculation of our hereditary programs. For example, some people dream that they are being chased after by others, or they are killing others. It may be due to the slaughtering programs, the recorded memories from their ancestors lives. Quarrels, fear and anger could be the most dominant aspects or record in their inherited programs, which would then re-enact or replay 100% in the dream state.

In our awake state, in our daily life, the extent of these inherited programs or recorded memories may not be so intense due to certain barriers or filters. Most people wouldn’t spontaneously kill others because they know there are consequences, such as jail.

For instance, if the level of our fear is 100%, we may act out 70% or 60% in our daily awake state, but in a dream state without filters, the feelings and emotions can be 100%. Therefore, we could be utterly suffering in our dreams.

The fear and sadness that happens in dreams will also be recorded in our DNA and become a part of our memories (our memory bank). The corresponding emotions in the dreams would then be added into our "consciousness structure".

So, we can do our best to change our own consciousness structure when we are awake in our daily life, because during our sleep there is basically no chance to make such a change. For example, if you are small-minded in your daily life, you will also be small-minded in the dream state, or if you lose your temper in your daily life, you will lose your temper in your dreams. Everything is electronic in the dream state, so we have little control over our mindsets and emotions.

So, it is very difficult to regulate our mindsets, thinking patterns and emotions in a dream state, and it is almost impossible to decide what we should and should not do because of the immediate mechanism of the electronic world, with little to no filtering or control.

On the other hand, we have more chances to change our consciousness structure during the daytime, simply because the material/physical world runs slower than the dream state. We have more time to think, react and analyze how to make changes. We can scrutinize ourselves about whether we really need to act so badly, or if we can hold back, to not lose our temper so easily.

When we are in the material world, in our daily life, we need to face many different situations. We may not act or react in a way that genuinely reveals our true emotions. It means that when we are awake, we may not be able to perform in an unreserved way because of our ego. So, we could have many concerns and not act as honestly as we would in the dream state. That is why, in our daily waking life, it is possible that we never experience a real care-free state of mind.

Also, the scenarios manifested in the electronic world, in the sleep world, are much more accurate than in the material, the awake world.

An analogy of this would be when playing a computer game. In a computer game, the computer GPU needs to have a high quality graphics card in order to facilitate good performance in the game. If the quality of the graphics card is low, then no matter how powerful the CPU is, we will find that the game gets stuck and will not operate properly. The images may not be clear and the actions might get interrupted, and there would be little excitement when playing the game. To the point where you might as well replace the computer or buy another GPU.

Some war games use virtual guns to give a virtual reality with more excitement. If these guns would often get stuck, it wouldn’t be so cool, and we wouldn’t be able to feel the full excitement of the virtual battlefield and never truly experience the game the way it was intended.

But in a dream state, there is no need to use a GPU, and we don’t need a computer monitor screen for the interface to show our counterpart’s actions or create the feel of a physical environment, there is no delay nor hesitation in our interactions, everything is so real and exaggerated, whether it is horror, sadness or fear, such dreams can hugely impact a person’s daily life experiences.

Dream state and the 'after life'

In a way the dream state is similar to not having a body, so it is similar to the death state, which some people call the afterlife. We could say that the dream state is therefore a preview of our afterlife.

The dream state could also reflect the sum of what we have done in our life, it shows the consciousness, the overall emotions, all the psychology of what we built on from what we had inherited, all the time, because we are submerged in this psychological world that binds us, so dreams are a preview of our afterlife. The dream state is what is going to be the afterlife world for us because consciousness doesn't stop, once it is created, from being born as a baby, we have our own path, which normally follows the path of our parents because usually we cannot deviate from it, we cannot skip it.

So, at Picer Institute, through the understanding of life, we can learn to build something new, to hopefully deviate from our previous path. So, we can use dreams as a gauge of the degree of deviation, and of the future, the future of our lives and of our afterlife.

For most people, it is very hard to change the direction of their life's path, to alter the program of their consciousness (inherited mindsets and emotions). Yet some who have used the PICER approach, have been able to deviate from their previous path, and make some changes.

David, PICER Institute’s founder, is one of those who was able to deviate from his previous path, and shares here about his dream state:

“Even when I have dreams, I can feel what I have achieved in my life, how I have evolved (deviated from my inherited family program). Yet there is something I still feel stuck with. I feel still stuck with certain negativities that propel my dream state. But within that dream state, I am still able to analyze how I should react. So I know I am still stuck with certain scenarios I was not able to get out of, that had propelled the dream, but I was able to perform like in my awake state.

So in the dream state, I was working through the concepts of life and how I should react in a more appropriate manner when things presented themselves in the dream. So to me, this is not bad. If I was able to create entirely different scenes that would be perfect! But for now, it is somewhat better than before, it is more like the reality I experience in my waking state, whereas before my dreams could sometimes be ugly, sometimes very negative, sometimes they could be scary. But now it is more like an everyday type of thing, and the things I encounter in my dreams are very similar to my real (awake) life.

So, it has taken me twenty years to get to this stage where I can start to reprogram my psychological state of mind in my dreams.”

Thank you, David, for your sharing.

This is our study and understanding about how dreams can have a direct impact on our sleep quality. In our next article 'About Our Sleep - Part 3', we will share some ideas of how to achieve a better-quality of sleep.

Stay tuned and see you next time on PICER Institute Blog!

Thank you from the PICER Institute.

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