reply to post by Wondering12
So if there is another plane of existence like that, is it the same as the astral plane? is it different? how can we access it easier, how is
it that we can control the things there sometimes?
Excellent thought, one that I'm myself trying to figure out.
This dream-universe would be different than the one we now live in; after all, there were dreams in which I was in 2008, but had flying cars, and
extreme high towers. Or, a map of the Earth showing really different continents.
In fact, I believe that there's not only one plane of existence, but many. After all, the dreams with the rotten egg smell has a different "feel"
than the maze-like dreams, or the hanging-in-the-sky dreams.
I believe some part of science may explain dreams, and the two that comes to mind is Multiverses and frequencies. I'm trying to make a thread about
it, but I just don't have enough facts...
See, our brains can send wide varieties of frequencies (it is now used to help paraplegic people surf mentally the Web); those frequencies are bigger
and more powerful during our sleeps.
Some scientists believes that each universe in the Multiverse theory, vibrates and exists in a specific frequency (for instance, ours vibrates on 60
Hertz, while Universe #3456 would vibrate on 300 Hertz).
My theory is that our mood or emotions in which we fall asleep (angry, tired, peaceful, sad, etc) have each a specific frequency, and that frequency
taps into the universe corresponding, and we're then out-of-phase of Earth-Universe, but in-phase with Universe 345.
Example: you wake up at 4 a.m., go to the bathroom, and go back to sleep. By the window, you can see the peaceful faint light of morning; it trigers a
specific frequency (let's say 256 Hertz). There's a universe (let's say the maze-like universe) vibrating on 256 Hertz, and when you fall asleep,
you then get in-phase with this universe, and you now walk, touch, and technically belongs in this universe, because you're now in phase with it, and
it's now your world.
I hope it made sense.
( i have called out to others in a dream asking if they were real people).
I don't think that works. My brother and I often ask people in our dreams if we dream, and they always say: "Of course you don't, don't be silly.
Now, eat your breakfast", things like that.
But that would have been a great idea. The Japanese are working on recording our dreams, and film what we dream through the signals that our brain
sends while sleeping. They've been able to replicate some objects that people dreamt, just by looking at the brain's signals, but there's still
lots of works to do before they can replicate the entire dream, visual, sounds, touch, and scent included.
So that's why I asked if people dreamt at the same dreams, and the answer has been so far a big yes. I hope more reports will come in to prove that