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posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 12:19 AM
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Active Lucid Precognitive Dreaming

ALPD is a concept that not many people have had a chance to think about... let alone experience. What is Active Lucid Precognitive Dreaming? You may know what lucid dreaming is, if you have watched Christopher Nolan's Inception then a lucid dream is a dream where you know you are dreaming.

I have been blogging some information from my personal experiences as a lucid dreamer that Inception touches on; yet has relevance to real-world dream phenomenology. Here are a few articles to read that have been covered by Inception before taking on this larger concept that the movie did not cover.

Inception Related Ideas in Real-World terms.
“Lucid Dreaming Techniques”
“Shard Dreaming – Real-life Inception”
“Dreaming a 'Century of Time' on One Night of Sleep”

What Inception did not cover.
“Robert Waggoner Interviews Ian Wilson”
“Anatomy of a Precognitive Dream”

These articles will inspire your imagination; you will have some experience with some of the topics discussed. Maybe you have none. Where you rate in the above blog-posts in terms of personal experience, is totally up to your own personal growth with dreaming. I cannot predict where you are on this journey; suffice to say I support your journey with love and understanding for the ride.

You may already know what precognitive dreams mean; this is a dream you dream that one day later comes true. It has been linked to Déjà Vu and has been called Déjà Rêvé when you link the Déjà experience to something you have dreamed.

If you have not had a lucid dream, or a precognitive dream then it is logically assumed that you have never had any experience with ALPD. ALPD is when both the lucid dream awareness emerges with the precognitive paradox of dreaming. The active component in ALPD is when you actively engage the lucid dream. Through actively engaging the precognitive dream from a lucid state, you then affect causality.

What this means is; by actively participating in the lucid precognitive dream; when this dream actualizes that active participation also occurs in waking life reality. When you consciously change a precognitive dream, those changes actualize and happen in waking life. Robert Waggoner talks about this in his book entitled, “Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self

If you have had lucid dreams, and you have had precognitive dreams, you are a prime candidate for this experience. You may have already had this experience. If so, I want to hear about it. You can e-mail me on my public e-mail address using the subject tag to override spam filters: [ALPD] and e-mail to ianwilson27@hotmail.com

Please be as detailed as you can in regards to your level of conscious lucid awareness; what steps took you to the precognitive dream, what actions you took in the dream; and how all of this actualized in your waking life. If you have no experience with this at all; please consider where your experiences may present such an opportunity.

In dream phenomenology, we are talking about two states that emerge to give you an insight into a greater potential, a greater relationship with what is dreamed and what is actualized as physical reality.

There is no question that this topic is extremely rare, and not fully scientifically embraced or understood. As of 2010, you are on the forefront of this science and knowledge. It is not something that is extensively covered in dream literature in our history; that said. It is something that you have the potential to explore and experience for yourself based on your own attention focusing and intent in regards to dreams.

We take precognitive dreams; which you may or may not have; and progress into these dreams with full waking lucid awareness; as you would expect from a lucid dream.. another experience you may or may not have. The convergence of these two experiences sets the requirements and frameworks to actively participate with the precognitive dream data and influence some type of change.

The mechanics of precognition is not widely understood; we are still embarking on a journey both metaphysically and scientifically to understand this paradox in anomalous cognition and how precognition happens. You can be skeptical of this potential; or you can explore this potential and live the experience first hand. That is what this article is all about.

Personal exploration and pioneering into a realm of dreamed experiences that currently probably was not on your radar until you read this article. Having lucid dreams, and having precognitive dreams is the per-requisite for active lucid precognitive dreaming. I do not anticipate that non-dreamers and non-precognitive dreamers can bridge this obvious link between consciousness and precognition easily.

This is why we have people who master the piano, or soccer, or any other skill. It is a certain person with certain qualities that can endeavor to progress into a unique niche and develop skill and understanding within that niche. I consider ALPD to be a very unique and exclusive niche of experience that only few may follow. You will determine if you are this candidate and are capable of the introspection and exploration to validate such a wild concept as ALPD.

ALPD requires your participation and desire to explore the possibilities that lie between waking and sleeping realities. You are the one that needs to bridge lucid dreaming with precognitive dreaming. No one else is capable of taking you there. It is your own edification of this truth through first hand personal experience that will determine your success or failure. Do you have what it takes?

What it takes is a genuine curiosity and exploration of your naturally occurring dream states. Connecting the dots in what is a systematic progression of self-realized experiences. The potential and tool-kit already exists in you, it's how you direct your attention and intent that ultimately will result in achieving this unique synergy of precognitive dreams and lucid awareness.

This post is simply to raise awareness to this potential and provide some information regarding the experience to encourage your own personal exploration of the possibilities that lie within. In having first-hand personal experience with ALPD, all I can do is present the opportunity to those who will listen and act on that information. There is little I can do to convince you otherwise that it is real or not.

This is something that is to be experienced and not believed. Do you have what it takes to change a lucid precognitive dream; and experience those changes happen here in waking reality? Why not find out?

Feel free to contact me and discuss this potential further via my e-mail, make sure to tag the subject with: [ALPD] to prevent ending in the endless junk folder of internet spam.

Warm regards and happy pioneering,

Ian Wilson
AkA... YouAreDreaming




posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 12:52 AM
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I've had lucid dreams, and I've had active lucid dreams where I said "hey, I can fly. cool. I wanna do a loop." That's just one silly (but exceedingly fun) example. I've also had precognitive dreams. Not sure I've had the whole package at one time. I don't remember, but then my dreams can be very cryptic, so it's really hard to say on that one.

My question is this: how do you know you're having a precognitive dream before it actualizes in real life? It seems like it could only be defined as precognitive when the events play out later in real life.

Does that make sense? How else would I know?

Thanks, interesting topic! I love deciphering my dreams.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 01:55 AM
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Wow great thread,

Just got back from seeing Inception, great movie. Ive had quite a few lucid dreams, that leave a hole in my heart after I wake up wishing reality was just like that. Ive tried to force lucid dreams, but failed. I have noticed that I get them when im sleeping in a different enviroment that im not used to oddly enough.

Anyways, S+F!



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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That would be some wild stuff. I remember hearing about a guy, when i was a kid, who found 7 bombs because he dreamed where they were and was able to tell the police right in time. Cant make this up.

I've lucid dreamed once for a short second. but, unless i can fly around in the future it wasn't very precognitive.

My dad has frequent lucid dreams. I envy him for it, hes very smart and introduced me to the UFO and ancient civilization topic.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 03:39 AM
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I am very interested in this subject, 3 times now in my life I have done something, and had "deja vu" because I had already done it before in a dream. Very weird feeling. All 3 time it involved being somewhere where I had never been but I had seen it before in a dream. weird I know. Also speaking on Lucid dreaming (I am a Police Officer) I was having an intense dream one night about being in a shootout and another Officer in my dream was shot, it was one of those dreams where you wake up sweating and feeling really bad. When I turned on the news that morning I saw that a co-worker of mine had been shot that night. I still get chills when I think about that one. I am definitely interested in trying to do more lucid dreaming as it doesn't happen too often, maybe once a month I will have a vivd dream that I can fully remember when I wake up.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 06:21 AM
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I was always interested in what you call ALPD. But I found it very hard to experience if even possible at all.
All precognitive dreams have something in common. These dreams are rather short, very vivid, memorable and overall feel special, unlike the ordinary dreams which are often awkward both in content and visuals.
I perceive precognitive dreams as some kind of messages from the higher consciousness. On the other hand, raising your awareness in lucid dreams suppresses the higher consciousness. Something is not right here.
I'm a lucid dreamer and saw precognitive dreams several times in my life. I've never had an ALPD though.

I believe that precognitive dreams are not the cause of events in our physical life. I mean there may be some deeper metaphysical processes, real causes, which we are not perceiving and PDs are just reflections to "warn" us.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by new_here
My question is this: how do you know you're having a precognitive dream before it actualizes in real life? It seems like it could only be defined as precognitive when the events play out later in real life.

Does that make sense? How else would I know?


In my experiences, you simply do not know for sure. There are too many layers and too much data in a spectrum of dreams that we have. All I can advise is trying to experiment when lucid with action on all focus states.

You can use intent to try to navigate to precognitive information and know that you are already there does help. Clearly some aspect of us is at that state in the same manner that we are here right now; only the awareness is cut off and filtered down.

Lots of compartmentalized consciousness going on when we sleep. Hope that helps.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 11:27 AM
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Thansk Scorps, now you have some interesting direction to take yourself in when you play around in this dream state we all seem to share.

reply to post by SPACEYstranger
 


It takes practice to learn how to lucid dream, read my technique post for help.

reply to post by ANOMALY502
 


That is an intense dream; I have had some horrible precognitive dreams involving death and it's never fun. However one must learn from this experience and try to understand; hopefully harness it for the better good.

Keep this thread in mind should you ever have an ALPD as I want to hear about them all.

reply to post by Etherguide
 


Well, now is your time to start and have one. It seems to me based on my experiences to be a natural evolutionary progression of the precognitive experience. It does require your active participation just like making dinner, you need to go to the fridge, get food, prep it and cook it on the stove.

this is a mechanical process of decision making and intent driven focus into the spectrum of dreams that are precognitive in nature. They are there, you are already a part of it; the awareness and focus of your waking self is required to take the experience further then some passive ambient suggestion.

Hopefully I have planet a few seeds of curiosity that grow into some experiences for you all.

Cheers,

YAD



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 11:30 AM
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I really think right now is the worse time for me, A lot of stress and too many other issues to focus, I will need to rest from trying to go lucid for awhile until I can find my balance and center myself once again. But I will definately let you know if I ever figure out this totem thing.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 11:45 AM
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Originally posted by YouAreDreaming

Originally posted by new_here
My question is this: how do you know you're having a precognitive dream before it actualizes in real life?


In my experiences, you simply do not know for sure. There are too many layers and too much data in a spectrum of dreams that we have. All I can advise is trying to experiment when lucid with action on all focus states.

You can use intent to try to navigate to precognitive information and know that you are already there does help. Clearly some aspect of us is at that state in the same manner that we are here right now; only the awareness is cut off and filtered down.

Lots of compartmentalized consciousness going on when we sleep. Hope that helps.


That is actually an awesome (if somewhat eerie) prospect! It resonates. Thanks for clearing away the cobwebs of confusion!



posted on Jul, 30 2010 @ 04:26 AM
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This is not a "passive ambient suggestion". This suggestion is based on my experience in exploring the dreaming world. And I surely consider that it may be wrong.
I'd like to ask you a few questions regarding ALPD:

What is the difference between LD and ALPD?
How do you trigger ALPD?
Can you describe one of your ALPD experiences?



posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by Etherguide
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What is the difference between LD and ALPD?


LD is a lucid dream that does not actualize into waking reality is a normal LD.

ALPD is a lucid dream that you change and later the changes actualize into waking reality.


Originally posted by EtherguideHow do you trigger ALPD?


Still sorting that out. All I can do is try to navigate my focus to that particular process and try to be awake there. It's very complicated but I have had some success.



Originally posted by EtherguideCan you describe one of your ALPD experiences?


Here is a thread where I covered some of my experiences with it.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Hope this helps!








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