posted on Apr, 8 2012 @ 10:25 AM
The people from 'dreamland' are people who actually live in that particular universe...hence the multiverse theory.
I firmly believe that when we dream, we are actually traveling to these other universes, temporarily experiencing our alternate realities and not as a
mere spectator, but living it out alltogether.
-Imagination (or daydreams) DO NOT have the many intricate details found in dreams; colors, textures, smells, physical harm, plants, dogs, sunshine,
raindrops, furniture, dirt, sidewalk cracks, etc). For example, If wanted to daydream about being with Michael Vick, all my mind is going to conjure
will be his face, body, me and a very bland event that lasts only seconds (kissing, etc.....). But if I DREAM about him, there will be emphasis on
every detail of our clothing, the place, the weather, the lighting in the room, aroma, voices, pictures on the wall, carpet color, etc. Our minds will
not produce these minute details on a whim.
Dreams are already occuring by the time you 'get there'. You appear to have been 'placed' in this other 'You' that exists within another
reality; perhaps you are a famous actor, or a mother of four instead of two...but its always 'You'. After you wake, the 'characters' of the dream
may not be recognizable where in dreamland they were, and so are places and talents.