Dreams have a history as both source of inspiration and subject of conjecture. Throughout history people have often related dreams to divination and find meaning. It is believed to be a reflection of the subconscious of a person or prediction of the future or a spiritual message from the god or universe.
Physiologically, it is a response to the neural process during sleep. According to Ayurveda, dreams are related to Majja Dhatu- the bone marrow and nervous tissue. Ayurveda says that dreams are a definite connection between mind, body, and spirit. Ancient texts believed that dreams can be clues to the underlying cause of diseases.
Vata Dosha dreams are associated with movement and actions. Falling, flying, being chased etc are few common dreams associated with Vata Dosha. In the ayurvedic time cycle 2 AM to 6 am are the Vata times of night.
Pitta Dosha dreams are associated with focus and intensity. Problem solving, intellectual activity, studying or teaching are few common dreams that occur in Pitta dosha. These dreams are very realistic and real. People usually try to solve their real-life problems in these dreams.
Kapha Dosha dreams are associated with emotions, such as love, desires, and emotional attachment. Kapha types don't usually remember their dreams, they are heavy sleepers. If you wake up and feel lost, finding it hard to remember stuff there is an imbalance in Kapha Dosha. They are oftentimes dreaming about their past issues and resentment.