Share This Article
Is Mutual Dreaming Possible?
Mutual dreaming means having the same dream with one or more people. We do not have the technology or advances to apply mutual dreaming with groups of people in today’s world. So, scientifically speaking, we cannot say that what people call a mutual dream is real. However, the dreams we experience can be very similar to those of other people. The environments in which our dreams occur can share some resemblances.
What is the closest thing to mutual dreaming that we can experience?
If you are close with someone, this can be your partner, a family member, or a friend, you naturally experience similar things in a day. For instance, you and your co-worker are in the same environment throughout the day. So, you experience the same events. Let us say that there was an important meeting with the attendance of a significant patron. Both you and your closest friend in your working environment forgot to prepare for the meeting and the meeting was luckily canceled. The stress you endured throughout the day is very similar. Thus, both you and your friend can have a dream related to this and your dreams can share many similarities. Another example can be given in terms of relationships. Assume this, you and your partner got into a fight that day. Both you and your partner got really scared of losing one another and this mentality affected you. At night, with all the tension, sadness, and fear, you both had a dream that you broke up and lost each other. This shows that since you have similar problems and worries, your mind can react similarly. This can be reflected in your dreams.
Who are we more likely to have similar dreams with?
We are more likely to have dreams with resemblances and shared details with the people we are closer to. You can have a similar dream about school with your friend; you can have a dream with shared details about your relationship with your partner, and you can have a dream that resembles your mother’s when you have concerns about the family. The more similar experiences we have in common, the more likely it is to have similar dreams.
How to Dream Mutually, Then?
The answer to how to mutual dream is not clear. Having mutual dreams with someone is not technologically possible at the moment. However, it is always possible to have meshing dreams with the people who are close to us. Since we experience similar things in a day, our minds can react similarly and this can be reflected in our dreams with identical details. Mutual lucid dreaming, on the other hand, is another more far- fetched topic. On the other hand, dream journaling can help you with your dream health. You can experience connections between your dreams with the help of Dreambook.