After analyzing the text written by Sigmund Freud, I could know what he meant by "dreams of convenience." Freud expresses his theory of "dreams of convenience" in the following way "The dream is substituted for action, as so often in life." Sigmund Freud provided some examples in which dreams of convenience would be reflected. Freud says that for instance in one occasion he experimented at will with his thirstiness, he used to leave a glass with water in it beside his bed, therefore when he wakes up thirsty he could drink with no necessity of leaving his bed. This time he drained the water from the glass and went to sleep. This way he would have had to walk to his wife's bedside in order to get some water. This night his experiment released some results as he dreamed that his wife was handing him a drink out of a vessel. This vessel had been brought by Freud from on trip in Italy.