Before you read on, know that anyone you talk to has been created by your subconscious mind.
Yes. It feels real. Just like all lucid dreams. But you aren’t actually speaking to a real ghost. You’re more than welcome to believe you are receiving actual visitations from the dead, but I think it’s best to stay away from things that can’t be proven when we’re talking about such a delicate subject.
Have you ever lost someone from your life? Someone you cared about and miss every day?
I bet you thought you’d never see them again. They will never be lost to you and will always be remembered, but it’s not the same, is it?
Lucid dreaming makes it possible
Your subconscious mind has ingrained on it everything you ever shared with your loved one. It remembers everything.
- What they sounded like
- The way they acted
- Their exact actions
And through lucid dreaming you can now speak to them. You can laugh with them, dance with them, ask them questions, and anything else you can imagine.
It’s nothing new
No doubt you already dream about them. Probably quite a lot, only you can’t remember your dreams so you are none the wiser.
But this isn’t just dreaming about them. You are actually there with them and aware what’s going on. It feels like they never died. And now you can see them as much as you want. You can spend time with them until you wake up, then the same again the next night. Every time you have a lucid dream.
What do you want out of it?
It doesn’t really matter why you want to see them again. I’m sure people have all different types of reasons. Maybe you never got to say goodbye? This is your chance to make peace with them in your own special way?
If they were taken away from you too soon, you can have them back. You never have to let them go. From a husband losing his wife, to a mother that’s lost her child. They will be there waiting for you every night when you go to sleep.
I lost my grandfather, Alexander, about 15 years ago. I don’t need to purposely seek him out in my dreams because sometimes he’s just there. We share a laugh. I don’t try to ask him any questions about where he is or what heaven looks like. I know it’s not really him, but I don’t care. It feels real and it’s good to hear his voice again.
Do you think it’s a bad idea?
I’m sure some people will be against the idea of using lucid dreams to speak to people who have passed. “The past should remain in the past.” “It’s fantasy and completely fake.” “It’s not healthy.”
Some people just won’t get it. I don’t see the big deal. I’d ask those people what they’re really afraid of. Do they think it will just pro-long the suffering? You have to wonder what’s really so bad when it already happens in dreams.
What difference does it make whether it’s just a normal dream, or you’re lucid and aware of what’s happening? That you have control over what happens? I’d ask those people to have a long hard think about why they don’t want to try it and hopefully they might change their mind.
I believe it will change your life
I know I say this a lot to anyone that will listen. I do believe lucid dreaming will change peoples life’s and I have no idea why it isn’t the most popular hobby in the world. Why it’s not taught to us as children, by our parents or our teachers.
But I feel even more strongly about the ability to interact with dead relatives or anyone that was close to us. I’ve really only lost one person that I was close to. Someone I spent a lot of time around as I was growing up. I know it will mean a lot more to millions of people.
I can’t imagine how hard it must feel for someone to lose a partner, a parent, or a child. I do know the opportunity to see them again can and will improve their life. And it never has to go away. People never have to leave you again.
You will always be in my heart
That’s what you say to someone before they pass away. It’s what you always say to yourself once they’re gone. But now they will never be gone. If you know anyone this could help, please teach them about lucid dreaming. You might also be interested in some personal stories from people who have reached out to loved ones in their dreams.