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      Can you visit someone else's dreams?

      I'm 15 and new to this site. I was wondering if there is any possible way to go to someone else's dream and talk to them or anything. Does anyone know anything that would be helpful for achieving this?

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      In all aspects of the mind, to every extent possible, what you speak of is quite possible. But one must remember that the mind is always working and does so as it pleases, to the best of out knowledge. To go into someone else's Dream and speak to them (and be consciously aware of this) would require somewhat of a disciplined mind. This is not something one can just achieve, unless one is already knowledgeable of such tactic. And I quote myself: “Seek correspondence through elevated principals” ..as there in lies a stepping stone to your question.
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      what you speak of is quite possible
      Well no, you have no resounding truth that "dream sharing" is possible and if you did you would put an end to alot of arguments.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Buzzysbaby View Post
      I'm 15 and new to this site. I was wondering if there is any possible way to go to someone else's dream and talk to them or anything. Does anyone know anything that would be helpful for achieving this?
      No. There's no such thing as dream sharing. There's no conciecable way it can happen.

      (you will have an LD tonight)

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      Quote Originally Posted by poisonhead View Post
      In all aspects of the mind, to every extent possible, what you speak of is quite possible. But one must remember that the mind is always working and does so as it pleases, to the best of out knowledge. To go into someone else's Dream and speak to them (and be consciously aware of this) would require somewhat of a disciplined mind. This is not something one can just achieve, unless one is already knowledgeable of such tactic. And I quote myself: “Seek correspondence through elevated principals” ..as there in lies a stepping stone to your question.
      Who so regardeth dreams is like him that catcheth at a shadow, and followeth after the wind. [Ecclesiasti!4:2]

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      I've never heard a reliable account of it happening, I see no reason why it would be possible, but I keep trying anyways

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      To answer your question as to if there would be anything to help you achieve it, I'd say practice your lucid dreaming. Once you've gained a reasonable amount of control over your dreams, try "reaching out" to someone else (preferably someone who is also asleep.)

      This is of course, pure speculation on my part. I've never done it. Also, if you were to succeed, further speculation suggests you'd be at your contact's mercy in their dreamworld. Be careful.
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      To answer the question, yes it is possible. ANYTHING is possible first step is just removing the doubt from your mind. Cause nothing will be possible as long as you have a single doubt in your mind. I promise you if you 100% believed it was possible to connect you would.
      I personally have done this, but only able to do it with one person, and that person was someone I cared for and loved dearly. Alot of the times she had to go to sleep on the phone with me, and I would stay on the phone. Maybe having a actual "connection" in this reality helps, not sure on that part, but what I do know is you have to have a "spiritual" connection with the person (atleast at first, maybe once you master it, can do it as you will, but baby steps are the key with learning anything).
      Dont try to force yourself into the dream, just as if you were meditating let your mind go free, and just try to connect and be with them, and dont judge or try to force anything to see in your mind, and youll be amazed what happens.
      Iam sure atleast one person will reply saying its impossible and iam wrong. But for anyone to claim its impossible and wrong would be claiming they know all, which I guarantee they do not. I speak from experience, take it or leave it, your choice just like life.
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      In my opinion, not only is it possible but has happened as well.

      We have plenty records of people seeing the future through dreams or seeing something that they would not have been able to see in waking consciousness.

      Therefore, if you can see the future, why not share dreams as well.

      That is just speaking philosophically though, but there are plenty of people who claim to have experienced shared dreaming. Though it is true that some may be fraud, but the more people report it, the certainty of its existence increases.
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      Where is WakingNomad with his arguments when you need him!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ayrwen View Post
      Where is WakingNomad with his arguments when you need him!
      Hahaha, I was thinking the same thing just now! We need WakingNomad to tell them how it's done
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ayrwen View Post
      Where is WakingNomad with his arguments when you need him!
      He might not pop-in. If I were him I'd get tired of arguing.

      Anyways, to answer your question: If you believe in shared dreaming (Like quite a few of us), its very possible. I would recommend you get Deep Dreaming access if you're more interested. (BD isn't always the best place to talk about SD)
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      Well, I've seen what would probably be called "semi-proof", but no official experiments so I'm pretty open on the subject. In my opinion, it's nothing spiritual at all (your "spirits" meeting up on the astral plane), just the amazing power of the human brain. How this happens exactly, I don't really know, but considering some weird events I've personally experienced with telepathy and precognitive dreams, I most certainly don't doubt it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Buzzysbaby View Post
      I'm 15 and new to this site. I was wondering if there is any possible way to go to someone else's dream and talk to them or anything. Does anyone know anything that would be helpful for achieving this?
      Yeah. Focus on your Recall, then Lucidity, then Control. After you have those skills, find your Dream Guide. Ask your Dream Guide any questions you have about dreams.

      Ask your friend to meet you in a certain place in a dream. It helps if they are a lucid dreamer.

      Is it possible? It my experience, yes. Read the Shared Dreams thread in my signature. The tutorial is also there. Peace
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      I also have a tutorial. A few people have already had shared dreams trying what I have proposed.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kraftwerk View Post
      He might not pop-in. If I were him I'd get tired of arguing.

      Anyways, to answer your question: If you believe in shared dreaming (Like quite a few of us), its very possible. I would recommend you get Deep Dreaming access if you're more interested. (BD isn't always the best place to talk about SD)
      How would you go about doing that? Thanks

      To OP, personally, never had a shared dream however I do believe that it's very possible to have one based on some of the experiences I've read and my own feelings on the subject
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      I used to think it was impossile ( i am scientific) till it happened to me.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Alexander1656 View Post
      I used to think it was impossile ( i am scientific) till it happened to me.
      Yeah, me too! Tell us about your experience!
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      You have mis-quoted Ecc 4:2. It actually states "Wherefore I praised the dead which are already dead more than the living which are yet alive. " KJV

      If we want to talk about Biblical views of dreams, we really need to look no further than Jacob, Joseph (Abraham's son), or Daniel. Jacob actually walked with a limp for the remainder of his live after a wrestling match in a dream with God. Dreams are absolutely more real than most today give them credit for.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Interested1 View Post
      Jacob actually walked with a limp for the remainder of his live after a wrestling match in a dream with God.
      Really? That's interesting, because I gave some guy a limp in a dream around two years ago, and as far as I know, he still has it to this day. I didn't do it on purpose, or at least I didn't know what I was doing at the time.

      I call him Gimpy because of it, and that limp helps identify him. He seems to like entering the dreams of DV members, and assuming the role of a Jason-esque, relentless horror movie monster.

      Speaking of which, have there been any Gimpy sightings lately? I haven't been very active around here of late.

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      I can vouch for its existence.
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      Yes @ The Cusp According to the Bible, Jacob walked with a limp for the rest of his life. This is the same Jacob as "Jacob's Ladder".

      Haven't seen any Gimpy's either...lots of other crazy things...but no Gimpy's

      Okay Cusp, I'm going to bed...I'll be looking for you! And no, I don't have a limp, lol!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Buzzysbaby View Post
      I'm 15 and new to this site. I was wondering if there is any possible way to go to someone else's dream and talk to them or anything. Does anyone know anything that would be helpful for achieving this?
      No. Its not possible.

      Do remember that beyond dreaming is very much on the fringe of the DV community. I'd encourage you to have a look through the back list of threads and discussion topics here, which will demonstrate quite clearly why that is the case.
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      Quote Originally Posted by moonshine View Post
      No. Its not possible.

      Do remember that beyond dreaming is very much on the fringe of the DV community. I'd encourage you to have a look through the back list of threads and discussion topics here, which will demonstrate quite clearly why that is the case.
      Do you have any evidence that it is not possible?
      And beyond dreaming is basically for people to express how skeptical they are, want a real forum to discuss this? go to deep dreaming.
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      Nobody knows enough about shared dreaming to say its nececerily a BD thing, where we go off to a plane and meet. It could be perfectly explainable scientifically, for all anybody knows.

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