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Title: Entering other people's dreams.
Post by: Scrispy on July 12, 2017, 05:11:54
I remember reading somewhere that while having an AP, you are able to enter the dreams or send them suggestive thoughts. Now I've only had 2 years of experience, and have only recently began to AP, so I know there's so much to learn. I know that basically everything is possible in the astral realm, but I was wondering if you could do what I stated above so they could possibly remember when they wake up. Also, is it possible to make another AP while they're sleeping? I also read somewhere that you have to have that person's permission. I'm curious because in my attempts to astral project, I've felt a loving and kind presence trying to get me out, as if they want to help me. I don't know if it's another astral traveller or maybe a spirit guide, but it got me wondering if I could do the same to others.

I would like to thank everyone that has left helpful advice on my other posts because honestly, their advice helped me finally achieve an AP. I know I post frequently, but I'm a very curious person and basically crave knowledge. I figured asking more experienced people would be helpful. Thank you for taking time to read my post


Title: Re: Entering other people's dreams.
Post by: EscapeVelocity on July 12, 2017, 07:33:41
You can do this, it helps greatly to have agreement beforehand.

I don't know about intruding on someone's personal dream. The idea of personal freedom enters into the equation.

My personal experience: Even with someone's agreement, it can become problematic. For instance, an associate and I agreed to venture several nights with the idea of encountering one another. Easily said, more difficult doing...

I exited one night, had the clear Intent to go visit him,...a short transition through grey foggy clouds and I was in his bedroom, a grey and foggy place, could barely make him out laying on his bed. His girlfriend was plainly apparent, up and leaning on one elbow, obviously aware of my presence and smiling at me.

I called out to him, 'Hey, I'm here, let's go!' wherein he replied (telepathically?) 'I'm really tired, I just want to sleep.' I tried once more, but he ignored me.

Thinking back on it, I should have made off with his girlfriend who was apparently ready and rarein' to go! But that was also another lesson in how Intent can be so narrowly focused...(that I would miss such an excellent opportunity!!) :x

NP lessons are not what we necessarily expect nor what we think we need...


Title: Re: Entering other people's dreams.
Post by: Xanth on July 12, 2017, 12:53:26
While this is most definitely possible, you run into two big issues.

1.  Your "friend" won't have or remember the experience.
2.  Experience is objective in WHAT you experienced, but is subjective in HOW you experience it.  So you and your friend might experience something together, but you probably won't experience it in the same way.

In the end, most people end up brushing these kinds of experiences off because they don't objectively line up with each other.  Instead, look for similarities within your experiences, assuming you both remember them.


Title: Re: Entering other people's dreams.
Post by: Bloodshadow on July 12, 2017, 23:20:45
Ok so the other posters have told you their exps with it, so i'm going to tell you what to do if you succeed in getting into their dreams, first you have to locate them, should be a bit easy, should be right smack dab in the middle of the dream cause its his dream, but mind you try to stay away from getting caught up in whats going on, find him and constantly let him know its a dream and to wake up, also for me, in my experience I notice water can make you lucid, so might wanna check into doing that as well, if and when you do succeed in waking him in the dream, and you want him to project, he can either try to locate the presence of his physical body and fly towards it with the intent on projecting, or he can just get in his dream bed and perform the techniques, that one maybe more doable, if you succeed in that you should be free to do whatever you want, if he get out and is on the same vibratory lvl. like everyone said this is a lot to it,and who says you going to stay out long enough to do all that, you have to worry about yourself as well, staying focused and lucid as well while helping him.

You can try to find out what his triggers are ask him what in his dream do he have set as a trigger and you can create the trigger before entering his dream and take it with you to set off when you there, i'm not sure you will be able to create in someone elses dream.