Ok so I had this dream were a person was literally throwing me around. When I woke up, I kept feeling little adrenaline rushes. Still happening 1 hour later. Is this normal?
Sometimes when we are trying to solve a problem, the solution comes to us during sleep. This may reflect that not all sleep consists of dreaming. A portion of it is thinking.
During our waking hours, our five senses are constantly conveying information and images to the brain, but during sleep this is not the case. The brain generates images within itself without any external sensory input. Therefore, what we see in dreams and the actions we experience in them are at times like hallucinations. This makes it possible for us to do things that are violations of natural laws, such as flying like Peter Pan or falling from a cliff without injury.
Since it seems that dreams originate principally within the brain, it is not reasonable to think that they have special messages for us. We should view them as a normal function of the brain that helps maintain it in a healthful condition.
Try feeding your mind with positive things. For more information on this subject and others, please go to jw.org "Online Library" Also for free downloads, publications or read online.