"It is perfectly true that I have thought and felt this way at some time or other, but I don't have to think and feel that way now. I need not accept this banality of mine in perpetuity; that is an unnecessary humiliation." Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections
(2) At birth, MIND is open to any potential configuration of these synapses. There is infinite plasticity and potential perfection at birth. Given a healthy human brain, there is a potential perfection of MIND that consists of infinite thought and self-reflexivity, all surgically aimed at determining how best to pursue and attain the GOOD within the world of being.
But one must be extremely cautious in this regard; dreams generally reside in the world of non-being: "For the apparent good is the object of appetite, and the real good is the primary object of rational wish." (Aristotle, Metaphysics) The content of our dreams often do not obey any of the rules that man necessarily MUST obey within reality. People appear and vanish within dreams almost instantly; gatherings occur at remote places one has never been; various persons that would not otherwise meet "come together" within dreams; situations present themselves which have almost zero possibility of ever occurring within reality.
As opposed to what is going on in these dreams, man's waking activities require that he always obey the unwritten laws; he must live within Planck time and space, give gravity its due consideration, drive carefully, work 9 to 5, and so on. There is absolutely no corner of the Earth where man can evade most of these requirements. The unwritten laws are eternal because they cannot be violated or disobeyed. These laws appear to be the same everywhere at all times.
(5) Through gradual trial-and-error interpretation of the significance of dreams, there is the potential to perfect the architecture of synapses within the brain that will provide the foundation for a more enduringly interesting personality, both for your own enjoyment and those around you. What is happening repetitively in your dreams appears to be the self's way of telling you something that you are not otherwise aware of. This may either be cautionary (don't do this or, if you do, be more careful in how you do it) or action-driven (hurry up and do this!) Those dreams that reappear should not simply be ignored. Of course some dreams are simply a total nothing and can be almost totally ignored: "This world was not beautiful but the moon was beautiful and life there was rich in meaning." (Jung, Psychiatric Activities)
(6) "One form of life cannot simply be abandoned unless it is exchanged for another." (Jung, Sigmund Freud)
(7) For most persons, the activity of dream interpretation should be viewed as a sort of play/amusement until such time as credible accurate true information confirms that one is "on the right path" in the significance and interpretation of these dreams and their being a springboard to the attainment of GOOD within the world of being. At that point, one can begin to make wholesale changes to the rewiring of the synapses within MIND to attain infinite freedom, GOOD, and perfection.