(Just any proofreading or revision would be great!)
#2 The “dream state” as characterized by Freud is a unique mental state that is hardly used during our waking hours, but in our sleep it begins to work. It is believed to work by creating in our minds an object of fulfillment, so that it may resolve tension, due to lack of fulfillment. This process in itself reveals one’s deepest desires that even they [You have an agreement problem here. One's... requires a singular pronoun and not "they"] might not acknowledge. It is also generally based on emotions, and dispositions. This can leave [STRIKE]ones[/STRIKE] one's dreams to be wild and unpredictable. Unable to be controlled by the conscience, what one dreams is a reflection of their [Again, one... requires a singular pronoun.]
true character. How [you need a comma here] one might ask? It’s simple, [technically you should have a semi-colon here, since you are putting together two independent clauses] during the waking hours your conscience is hard at working monitoring every thought, action, and decision etc. [Is this a new sentence?] during this time it is filtering out choices based on morals, ethics, self-image, and so on. But when in the “dream state” [I would put a comma before when and after state. It may not be essential but it makes the meaning clearer] one’s subconscious takes over. This part of the mind allows for a much more primitive and unchecked thought process. The key here is that one’s thoughts are completely unchecked. This is revealing to the true nature of that being. Sometimes authors use this as a literary tool, which allows them to give the reader a clearer image of the main character.