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Old 02-19-2008, 05:51 AM
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Default Are Dreams Multi-Dimensional?

Multi-dimensions has been on the tongue and in the mind of
many free-thinkers for a long time.

Does it exist? If it does exist, how?
Are we affected by actions in other dimensions?

And then I was thinking, what if our dreams are
dreams about us in parallel dimensions.

And when and if you die in a dream, it is you in
another dimension dying.

But somehow, our soul, our living spirit must be connected.

Just a thought.

If you're interesting in multi-dimensional possibilities, I would
suggest the fascinating story of John Titor.
John Titor - Civil War

When Bill the Homeless man came into my life in 2005,
he spoke of multiple dimensions too.
The Last Prophet

And the Brane Theory
Conceptual Image Lab Animation 10137 - Brane Theory of Multiple Dimensions

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Old 02-19-2008, 12:28 PM
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Default Re: Are Dreams Multi-Dimensional?

I did a lot with lucid dreams before, were you can controll your dreams. Create your world, walk were you want and pick up what you want. I have also floated above my body, seen myself in the bed and walked around in what appear to be the real world. I also had problems waking up, not a good experience, but nice to learn to handle panic.

If you wanna test it out, there are simple ways to start of. Try write down your dreams, the longer you do this the more you`ll remember. Also touch things, and say out loud what they are. If you touch a glass, you say "Its a glass!" and so on. The more you do this, the more you`ll learn to controll dreams. Also read all the great psychoanalysist, like Frued and Jung.
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