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Attempting To Dreamwalk. Tips Or Advice?

 

I have submitted a story here already outlying the majority of my abilities and experiences, but as I have read around I became interested in the concept of entering the dreams of others and becoming lucid in my own dreams. I'll start of by mentioning I have been lucid in my dreams before, but it only occurs about 5% of the time where I have dreams that I can remember. I have also "shared" a dream with someone before, where we both remembered details that were exactly the same in each of our dreams, which we had on the same night. With that in mind, perhaps I have done it once before without knowing how to? Or did they enter my dreams? I'd like to mention it was the first, and so far the last, time that person has ever been in a dream of mine.

Now, my first attempts at entering another's dreams were uneventful, but still interesting. I went by instinct and logic, first trying to make a mental connection to the "target" and a sudden realization hit me. I seemed to be convinced, that if it did work the way I wanted it, one of two things could happen. If they were asleep, I would enter the dream, and be returned to my own body when they awoke. Or, if they were still awake, and this one somewhat troubled me, I could end up stuck until I figured out how to send myself back. Does anyone know if there is any validity to these thoughts that my mind seemed to take as fact? When I explained these thoughts to the person I had intended to visit, they then forbade me from trying it on them again from fear that I would slip into a coma.

So I ask again if these strange thoughts of mine hold any weight, and if anyone has any advice for helping me to grasp this ability further?

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sparklebutterfly (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-19)
Just realised you don't have my email its: sparklebabe [at] live.com.au
Anyone feel free to email me xx
sparklebutterfly (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-19)
Hey!
I have many abilities and dreamwalking is one of many. So many things can go wrong... I can astral travel and lucid dream, its natural to me but with dream walking, seeing as I am new to it, it takes some more concentration. The things I have done is go into a girls dream not in human form, ended up in ones dream but they couldn't hear or see me and the worst was actually pulling someone from their dream into mine... I really want to contact you and talk further about this... I haven't met other dream walkers, please message me:)
-Beth
ShadowPanther (54 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-18)
Oh ok thanks for clearing that up Ashiato. 😊
Now the dream your friend had of you before they actually met is interesting indeed!
The part where you were seen as an angel could be symbolic; (now this is my interpretation of it) it could have been telling your friend that you'd be protective of them sorta like a "guardian angel" when they be-friended you or something like that. I guess it depends on how you interpret it and what relevant symbolism it could/would have on both your lives.
Oh and as a little add-on to the lucid dream training and dream journal you mentioned you could also try putting lavender (or a crystal such as Amethyst, Malachite or Dioptase) under your pillow or in a sachet as that helps with dreams and sleep in general, also there are some teas you can buy that could help too. I think chamomile is one 😕 but you might have to check on that. Anyways good luck!

S.P
Ashito (2 stories) (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-17)
I'd like to ask about another event while on the topic of dreams and this person I mention as well. This one was entirely their experience, and it has confused me for the longest time, even more so when I saw people talking about spirit guides. Almost exactly one year before they met me, they had a dream that I was apparently in. It was to the point they actually freaked out when they saw me. Now as if that wasn't interesting enough, they didn't just see me for how I am. No, they saw me as if I was an angel, with the wings, white robe, halo, and all that. What could the message be here?
Ashito (2 stories) (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-17)
[at] Shadow Panther: Mostly curiousity, and the person I had been trying it with is someone I am very close to who frequently has dreams where I am involved. As I mentioned in my story, I have had only one that involves them, and it was shared. So I suppose I also wanted to experience some more dreams with them.

[at] AnneV: Thank you for all the answers. The only reason I even brought up the coma thing is because it wasn't like I was panicing and thought "Maybe this could happen?". But it seemed more like instinct. But if that is not a possibility, then I'm sure that will alleviate some fears. I've been told a way to train to become lucid in dreams is to keep a journal of dreams, do you know any other ways?
AnneV (4 stories) (1041 posts) mod
 
8 years ago (2012-08-16)
You're not going to slip into a coma or not wake up by doing this. What you call "Dreamscape" is just the astral and you're there every night (and so is your friend and everyone else on this planet) and come back fine every morning, baring something physically unexpected like a heart attack from natural causes. You're not "entering" their dream, only meeting up with them in the astral so you're not intruding. My step mom is so good at astral travel that she meets her daughter all the time and they go off on astral adventures and both remember everything.

The caveat to this is where people are at in their consciousness. If one person is undeveloped, they either won't remember or suffer extreme dream ADD and take off. I have astral projected for years (you can read more at my sister site at www.astralvoyage.com) and tried over and over to take my husband with me but he just was too undeveloped so I gave up. Sometimes I'd take friends but what I wanted to do was too advanced and they'd freak out with fear. So the more advanced you get, the fewer who will accompany you, to the point of just being utterly alone.

Just because we're awake doesn't mean our astral is "asleep". This has been reported time and time again that people who astral travel can still talk to the astral portion of a person who is awake. What do you think your astral does while your awake? It's still there. When we 'astral project' it's more like we're transferring our consciousness from one vehicle to the next (not fully of course, until death).

Work on going lucid in your dream (a disguised astral experience). This is generally the best way to start.

Thanks for sharing.
Anne
ShadowPanther (54 posts)
 
8 years ago (2012-08-16)
Before I answer any of these questions, I have to ask why do you want to enter another person's dreams? Is it out of curiosity or... What?

Respectfully S.P

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