Sharing simultaneous dreams with others

Dreamtime and indeed the whole of consciousness is a shared reality. When in dream state, we interact with others in the same way we interact in the waking portion of our world. The reason we do not readily recognize this is because these interactions are based on proximity. In the waking state, we see this proximity as being related to physical location. In the dream state, this proximity is based on the perceptual location. This is why we tend to meet the same individuals in our dream state repeatedly, the same way we tend to experience the same individuals in our waking state again and again.

The way to bridge these two seemingly separate worlds is to cause similarities to occur in each. If you want to share a dream with another person from your waking world, spend time with her. A direct connection to another person can more easily be made in the dream world when we have direct connections to that person in the waking world. Shared experiences in one tend to lead to shared experiences in the other. Spend the day prior to your shared dream attempting doing the same things, eating the same foods, and listening to the same music. Anoint the temples with dream oil of the same ingredients. Even if your experiment should fail, compare your dreams and try again while focusing on those things that your dreams had in common.

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