posted on Jul, 15 2013 @ 06:12 PM
This is something I have been wondering for quite some time now and felt an urge to consult and ask.
To start with, here's some information about my "dreams" and what they're like...
I don't know about others, but I have "dreams" every night. They are very vivid, realistic and always in color. I can feel or touch the people and
objects around me, sense energy, see, hear, smell, think. For me "dreams" are as real as normal life, sometimes even more. I never see them in third
person or from a different perspective. It is all the time me - in first person. Through my eyes. My "dreams" are most of the time also fairly
complex, composed of several scenarios with fluent transitions between them. They may be, but don't have to, directly related. Almost every night
they involve different people and sometimes even certain beings. In most cases I have never met them before in real life. In fact, I think it would be
impossible. They are from a certain perspective strangers, but at the same time they feel very natural and familiar in the "dream" world. They are
meant to be there and so am I. The location of my "dreams" changes each night automatically as well. I very rarely had "dreams" that repeated
themselves over time. I sleep hard and often also wake up tired, because in my "dreams" I am commonly busy. The amount of time I sleep doesn't
change that. It always depends on how much demanding these "dreams" are. I have also had cases of sleep-talking, even for longer periods of time.
What I personally find most interesting though is the fact that I am able to remember my dreams - nearly all of them. I can maintain these memories
for as long as I want and I treat them as real life scenarios. I don't distinguish between events from "dreams" and real life, because I find them
equally real and important. From time to time they even suddenly pop up in front of me while I am doing something and awake. Some dreams I have been
able to remember for many years.
Is this the case with everybody?
Either way, now I'm finally getting to the my point.
I do not believe "dreams" are the brain's way of relaxing and projecting scenarios depending on thoughts stored in your subconscious mind. I am
convinced these "dreams" are real events occuring in a different dimension and, in some cases, at a different time.
Now, what I want to know is this:
When there are other people in your "dreams" that you interact with, are they really there with you (as in a live feed) or are they there simply
constructed for you and perhaps even by you? For example if I were to "dream" that I am working at a camp with someone, would that person really be
in my "dream" with me and if so, would he be able to later remember it? If not, does that mean there is an unlimited number of "dreams" taking
place at the same time? What is the origin of these other individuals and how complex is their consciousness? Is it limited by the rules of the planes
where the "dreams" take place? Is there a way to prove any of this and what would be the implications? Does it have any connection with the theory
that we are living in a hologram? If so, how precisely?
I probably have more questions than that, but I think you get the idea of what I am getting at.
Thanks in advance for any ideas and input.