Researchers said that consciousness have something to do with awareness. One can confirm that, based on one’s own experiences. The conscious reflects knowledge, the environment and the daily activities one does. Those actions are sometimes reflected in dreams, and are interpreted in a different way. In the, “The dreaming brain/ mind, consciousness and psychosis” article, it is said that “Human experience may be divided in three broad mental states: waking consciousness, dream consciousness and non-consciousness.” It is still difficult for researchers to state of the brain/mind within which dreams occur. But one can say that dreams are related to one’s emotional and affective life.
From the experimental evidence, it’s mentioned that “Dream bizarreness is a cognitive construct which refers to the formal architecture of mental processes in dreams, and has been conceptualized as the distinguishing feature of dream consciousness, characterize by improbability, incongruity and vagueness in the domains of dream plot, characters, objects, etc. and in the dreamer’s thought processes and emotion.”
It is always hard to figure out what happened in the dreams. It is even harder for one to remember all of it when one wakes up. The dreams end in a vague situation and undefined. It is just a perception that happened in one’s mind. Dreams are results of consciousness; the having of perception, thoughts, feelings, and awareness. It is hard to define the whole term and articles written about are still unclear about the subject. One could interpret consciousness according to what one has experienced.