Dreaming you are someone else

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
I assume you ask as that's the tagline of my Red Cairo blog (and this identity here). Sure all the time, and 'visions' of 'sharing perspective of another person' while awake as well. You know, hippy weird stuff that I only tell other into-the-psychic-stuff people about.... sometimes. :)
 
i have had the inkling that it happens some of the time and the other night i found a mirror to check whether i was in another body and yes i was
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
Interesting. So you're lucid in the dreams?

I often have the experience but I am usually not lucid in those particular dreams. Sometimes I am observing as if it's an education I'm sitting in on, 'being' that person, but that's still not like being 'me' and looking in a mirror to see I'm someone else.




(I moved this to its own thread in proper forum as it wasn't related to the ARV software where this talk started.)
 
Yes, i was lucid. In hte past, i have felt that perhaps i am not even a person in a dream. just perhaps a dot. other times, i have felt myself going from one body to another one. that was sort of the feeling. but not knowledge. I have never put it together. thought it was maybe some sort of AOL type thing. in this particular dream, as i had high enough awareness (looked at my hands too!), i could find a mirror and test the inkling. It was trippy. It may not be that important in the end to know that i was in another body.

That said, in some dreams, when i look at my hands for a reality check - they are blue. maybe that is my astral body? other times, hands can be partially formed. or even look entirely complete and physical. this makes me wonder whose hands were those lol
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
Blue, huh. I perceive people that way at the heart-chakra level (a sort of royal pulsing blue. When they aren't a glittery colorfully irregular wide vertical striped, heh). That reminds me of a dreamy experience I had once... about having been a man who died, and whose heart had been given to another man surgically. And I was just kind of visiting out of curiosity to see the man who was now part me. http://palyne.com/blog.psiche/man-of-the-heart/
 

Janine B

Member
I sometimes have the sensation of flitting in and/or out of other people while in lucid dreams or OBEs. Sometimes it is like seeing someone interacting with others during their regular life and then I will sort of blend with them and it seems that I am both them and an observer at the same time. Pretty strange stuff.
 

tbone

Member
Blue, huh. I perceive people that way at the heart-chakra level (a sort of royal pulsing blue. When they aren't a glittery colorfully irregular wide vertical striped, heh). That reminds me of a dreamy experience I had once... about having been a man who died, and whose heart had been given to another man surgically. And I was just kind of visiting out of curiosity to see the man who was now part me. http://palyne.com/blog.psiche/man-of-the-heart/
I just read your J'Rend blog post. I recently read an interesting book : Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy. In it she describes her therapy using tuning forks to manipulate peoples' energy fields. There was a person trained by her at an alternative health conference reasonably close to me that was doing free samples at her conference booth. I tried to make it but life conspired against me. Well, lack of parking for my too tall truck stopped me. I literally drove to the conference and the below ground parking had height restrictions and all the above ground parking was taken by a ball game. I do hope to book a session some day though.

Here is the author's Youtube channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/HarmonicBalancing
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
Interesting! Though J'Rend is a guide, so the 'tuning fork' is what I call a power tool internally, not something in external life. So it's more a "concept" thing. But I like the idea of frequencies not just for brainwaves but body stuff. During one of my Monroe Institution visits, one of the other attendees brought her Digeridoo and played it for each of us very near, and it was so cool -- very body-affective, incredibly relaxing and altered-state-inducing. That's probably more of a spectrum thing and more an overall effect than the specifics you're talking about, but it's all a lot of fun.
 
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