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Old 08-22-2006, 09:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dream Interaction Experiment

when dreaming and you are talking, or interacting with a friend/coworker/whoever, have you ever done the exact same things, or said the exact same thing to see if the reaction was the same as your brain created when you were asleep. I have and I've got similiar results from a friend. If you lucid dream it should be easier for you to do this, because I know I have a hard time remembering exactly what went on in my dreams. (not a lucid dreamer, I wish I could)

also if you get similiar reactions as when you were dreaming do you think that means that your brain knows that person better than you do?
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Old 08-22-2006, 09:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i also do this...i use my dreams for a lot of things including remembering details about people. once you can control them there's a world of possibilities...

i guess deep down it's all in there u just cant pull it out regularly. i find the mind is too busy when i'm awake but in dreams it's kinda just waiting to be...summoned.
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