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Question from Louis: “Dreams are sometimes somewhat abstract and things happen that are not logical in everyday life. For example I dreamed recently that I was doing something secret in the middle of a mass of people, and even when everyone was looking, no one noticed it. In everyday life it would definitely be noticeable and past the secret! If this was a parallel everyday world, can we assume that in some parallel everyday situations we have a differently functioning brain, which is perhaps not capable of recognizing logical connections? How does it happen that dreams are often not noticed in dreams, even not the dreaming one is recognizing it, that certain things should not work.

Answer of the Matrixblogger:


First of all, dreams are not illogical or not necessarily more illogical than our everyday world, it is more about the perceptive capacities of the dreamer. An element of lack of perception is, for example, the overlap of two simultaneous dreams. One perceives two scenes in two different realities, but believes that it is the same dream. So overlap the perceived pictures and quickly a knight is standing in the middle of the crossroads, while you just cross it, or that your own bed is standing on the street in which you are still lying and wondering, despite these crazy circumstances. In fact, on the other hand, one realizes a reality in which one is in the Middle Ages and sees a knight and at the same time one dreams on the other hand that one awakens in the morning in his bed. Thus, actually two selves in each of their own reality perceive these elements and none of the operators question the situation or think that something would not be right.

The dreaming self, which perceives these two realities at the same time independently of these two selves, is perceived by them, but only to a small extent, since both are lacking in the corresponding consciousness or awareness about the present state of their situation. This is a part which is not easy to understand, for the possibility of becoming lucid within a dream requires the proximity of his dream self which brings his own reality – in which it is now – and creates a double perspective. Through this double perspective it is possible to become lucid – so within a dream or even in the everyday world.


However, since the dream proceeds at a faster rate than the everyday reality, which means it has as a higher frequency, the emergence of the dream-self is only briefly perceived during the dreaming. Then it disappears again and the possibility of becoming lucid is missed. In everyday life, however, the approach of the dream self to the familiar world perceived to us would be very disturbing and much more long-winded. Suddenly one would recognize things in the everyday life, which have never surprised and which one simply overlooked, since they were so self-evident or one had never really properly looked. Except for the frequency there is no difference between the dream and everyday reality.

Within the dreaming, only more is possible and inconsistencies or spontaneous transformations, overlapping sequences and the like are not the responsibility of the dream, but in the incapabilities of the dreamer. “Dreams are foams,” or “Damn, I have dreamed a crap“, etc., but in fact the person was not able to break down two realities or get a correct perception of the other reality. This attitude is part of the everyday and recurring arrogance of all egos that are on this planet, which say that a reality can only be real if it is sensibly perceived. But it is not considered that the responsibility is with you.

Critical consciousness is thus almost eliminated in dreaming, because, as mentioned, the dream self is not close with its higher consciousness, so one perceives a dream as normal as if it were part of everyday reality. It is only when you wake up that you realize that you must have dreamed, because the memory fades very quickly and the experiences could not have been part of the usual reality. But that we have just changed from one dream to the next, which we call everyday habits, is not clear to us again. Thus, we have not actually awakened, for the right awakening takes place exclusively in a self other than that of everyday life. This may sound confusing to some, but in practice this is very simple and unambiguous. We are not accustomed to describing such perceptions from other realities, and to find the right words for them.

In order to increase your awareness of criticism in dreaming, you would have to work with corresponding suggestions and carry out a reality check with the smallest deviation, from the usual routines of everyday life. If you meet two chimney sweepers, you should not look for the next button and ask yourself something, but ask yourself immediately if this could not be a dream. Likewise, with other occurrences in everyday life, which appear surprising and are still so insignificant, ask yourself instantly and examine the presently perceived reality, whether this is not perhaps a dream. If you finally get the clarity about the dream, then you can influence everything you want – in fact, the original dream reality remains untouched for the “living” self.

For the reason, you can destroy and break down everything in the perceived dream reality, but as soon as you re-enter it, everything will be back in its place. The point here is that when the dream is close and the perceived reality is approaching, a kind of double reality arises, one of them being able to let off steam and penetrate all the human beings and objects involved. The real dream reality is left untouched, since this belongs to the self that lives there. We would not welcome it when another of our selves comes into our everyday life and destroys everything that we have built so diligently over the years. For the reason, a slightly shifted reality is created, so that the dreamer can run off and do whatever he or she likes to. Now another problem arises, for if one interferes actively in the dream, one is moved to the mentioned intermediate reality or thrown out of the dream, if one tries to influence the self there unfavorably. If one wants to stay in reality, to experience the experiences of the self there, it is important that one is lucid, but does not interfere actively in the dream. This lengthens the lucid dream a lot, and the longer you dream lucid, the more psychic energy (energy) you get. What can be done with this accumulated energy is what matters the energy-collecting dreamer. In this way he can positively influence his everyday life, achieve his goals more easily, receive more self-confidence, implement his wishes faster than others, become a better artist, lover, pilot, politician, craftsman or something else.


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Questions and Answers: Why are so uncritically in Dreams?