• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




    Results 1 to 12 of 12
    1. #1
      Banned
      Join Date
      Apr 2009
      Gender
      Location
      Michigan, USA
      Posts
      153
      Likes
      1

      Locating Specific Dream Characters

      Alright, here's my problem. I'm attempting to locate someone in my dreams whom I've never seen in the waking world. Someone I know strictly through the Internet, though I do know what he looks like through the use of photographs. I've read that telling yourself, and believing that they'll be around that next corner will pretty much make them appear is a sure way of doing it...well, it works. But not quite the way I want it to.

      Instead, it'll always manifest into someone I know in reality. Someone I have contact with often, such as one of my brothers, a friend, or a friend of my brother. The only success I've ever had was through the use of a device...and even in this case, I can't remember the conversation. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice as to how I can make this person appear in my dreams? This is the fourth time I've searched for him while lucid, and I can't find him! This applies to objects as well! I'll tell myself there will be a sword in the closet, but no sword!

      Any tips would be much apperciated.

    2. #2
      infrequent poster, DC Desert Claw's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jan 2008
      Gender
      Location
      Brisbane, Australia
      Posts
      775
      Likes
      59
      DJ Entries
      19
      Ive always wanted to try it with a TV - try make their face appear on TV then pull them out or hop in. I don't see how it could fail, but on the other hand, dreams are pretty unpredictable...

    3. #3
      DreamSlinger The Cusp's Avatar
      Join Date
      Oct 2006
      Location
      Ottawa, Ontario
      Posts
      4,878
      Likes
      644
      DJ Entries
      192
      I've been having trouble doing this too. I think my problems so far come from focusing too much on the method I'm using to find them rather than focusing on my target.

      In the past when I've found people, I just think about them and there they are. I think the best thing to do might be to forget about using any particular method (like the door trick) and just focus on your target, but haven't had a chance to practice that much.

    4. #4
      The i's are invisible. Achievements:
      Referrer Bronze Tagger First Class Made lots of Friends on DV Vivid Dream Journal Populated Wall 10000 Hall Points Veteran First Class
      Mzzkc's Avatar
      Join Date
      Mar 2009
      LD Count
      l҉ots
      Location
      Present Day. Present Time.
      Posts
      2,362
      Likes
      1674
      DJ Entries
      179
      Telling or asking a DC to bring the person to you, or you to the person, tends to work well for me. However, sometimes my DCs don't cooperate. A well placed threat, with the intent to follow through, usually makes them more compliant.

    5. #5
      Funk Slap Bass Achievements:
      1 year registered Veteran First Class 5000 Hall Points
      FluBB's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jan 2006
      Gender
      Location
      Salt Lake City, Utah
      Posts
      587
      Likes
      25
      i think the most important thing to do when you try to summon a character or do anything in lucid dreaming really is to realize its all in your head. you have complete control over every aspect of the dream, even if you arent thinking about it at the time.
      when i want to summon a dream character i usually just shut my eyes and say their name out loud and open them up and there they are. or if that doesnt work then i travel around my dream world for a little bit longer and i will find them pretty soon. its just believing i guess.
      <("<)(>")>

    6. #6
      Excellent dreamer topten35's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jul 2008
      LD Count
      startover:3
      Location
      I am on cloud 9
      Posts
      555
      Likes
      2
      Quote Originally Posted by Mzzkc View Post
      Telling or asking a DC to bring the person to you, or you to the person, tends to work well for me. However, sometimes my DCs don't cooperate. A well placed threat, with the intent to follow through, usually makes them more compliant.
      Yeah this works for some, i tried it once, i saw a dc and told her to bring so and so, so she went looking for the person but could find that person, then i told her to do it again then she left to look for that person but the dream ended.

    7. #7
      Member Eminence~'s Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 2006
      Gender
      Posts
      266
      Likes
      2
      Asking another dream person to help you is pretty useful, but, oddly enough, for me the person is usually a little girl who does not know what she is talking about.

      I've also found that simply asking yourself to bring the person to you works very well. As in, just say it aloud to your dream.

    8. #8
      Lurker
      Join Date
      Apr 2009
      Gender
      Posts
      4
      Likes
      0
      In my last (well, my second) lucid dream, I found someone by thinking "I should find Kyle." Then I looked in a room to see if anyone there could help me find him. And he was there himself! Then I thought "Hmm... I should find Aaron too." And when I actually went into the room, both Kyle and Aaron were there. Passive control works for me, I guess. Maybe it'll help you.

    9. #9
      infrequent poster, DC Desert Claw's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jan 2008
      Gender
      Location
      Brisbane, Australia
      Posts
      775
      Likes
      59
      DJ Entries
      19
      just go up to someone and convince them they are someone else... maybe they will turn into the person you are looking for? i am running out of ideas, and ive only posted two! i am so useless..

    10. #10
      Dismembered Achievements:
      Referrer Bronze Created Dream Journal 1000 Hall Points Tagger First Class Veteran First Class
      Nufeather1's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jun 2009
      LD Count
      11
      Gender
      Location
      In Bed
      Posts
      246
      Likes
      18
      DJ Entries
      52
      try summoning whoever it maybe, whether it's by shouting out their name and thinking of them, or requesting for their appearance, or just try to teleport to him if you can. first I suggest summoning easy things such as a pop can or a small item, then try to move onto something like the person you want to see.
      "It is your mind that creates this world."-buddha ,"The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly. "-buddha
      Lucid Dream Control Log/tasks
      Summoning object [X], Dream Clarity [X], Summon Fireworks [X], Jump Really High [X], Combining Powers [X], Summon Lightning[X], flying [X], Meet Dream Guide[ ]

    11. #11
      Aspiring Oneiromancer Yaylena's Avatar
      Join Date
      Dec 2008
      Gender
      Location
      Norway, the cold winterland of DOOM
      Posts
      8
      Likes
      0
      Iīve found that just walking up to a random house (while lucid), ringing the doorbell and asking for whoever youīre looking for usually works.

      But thatīs just me
      "Donīt follow your dreams... Chase them."

    12. #12
      Breather Kordan's Avatar
      Join Date
      Sep 2007
      Gender
      Posts
      292
      Likes
      2
      Some people say to just find a phone and call the person, ask them to come to wherever you are, and Voila! the subject appears! This dosn't usualy work for me though...I usually just find them soon after thinking about them, like HarmonicMelody. But some people are harder to find, and take some time to find, or just stay out of my dreams. I usually give up looking for people if I can't find them quickly...I'm a little lazy that way
      ...And then to dream...

      Visit digitalblasphemy.com to see more great artwork by Ryan Bliss!

    Bookmarks

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •