posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 05:19 AM
If you can imagine all the people around the world, sleeping in thier beds and dreaming, the collective "dream world" or collective imagination, can
be seen as the "realm" of our dreams. All our ideas, images, experiences and thoughts are combined in the collective subconsciousness, and when the
lights are turned off, we experience dreams as a kind of "program" that pulls specific data into a pattern.
When we learn to override the program, we experience a lucid dream, and if we can tap into the mechanisms of how a dream is formed, we could even
learn to program our dream experiences. I would imagine that one would need to document their dreams and then map them together, familiarising
themselves with the memory area that is used to produce a dream, and introduce programming of their own.