Mutual and Progressive Dreams

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Mutual dreams are described as such when two people have the same dream. These types of dreams are often called shared dreams. There may be variations in details of each person’s dream, but the similarities between the two dreams can be uncanny. Mutual dreams can be planned when two people actively work together to achieving one specific dream scenario or have a strong intention or goal in mind when attempting to sleep and dream at the same time. Other times it just happens spontaneously when you find out another person has had the same dream on the same or a different night as you. Shared dreams such as these can indicate that a strong bond exists between these two people, and there may be elements of telepathy involved as well. Mutual dreams may be planned, meaning that two people actively work toward achieving one dream scenario or goal. It is a way to improve communication and build trust. Mutual dreams can also be spontaneous. You find out that a friend, a significant other, faraway relative, or someone has had the same dream on the same night as you. Not much study has gone into the phenomenon of mutual dreams, but there is a very strong bond that exists between these two people. Mutual dreaming (also known as shared or group dreaming) is the paranormal claim that two or more people can share the same dream environment. Mutual dreams may be planned, meaning that two people actively work toward achieving one dream scenario or goal. It is a way to improve communication and build trust. Mutual dreams can also be spontaneous. You find out that a friend, a significant other, faraway relative, or someone has had the same dream on the same night as you. Not much study has gone into the phenomenon of mutual dreams, but there is a very strong bond that exists between these two people.Mutual dreams are described as such when two people have the same dream. Mutual dreams may be planned, meaning that two people actively work toward achieving one dream scenario or goal. It is a way to improve communication and build trust. Mutual dreams can also be spontaneous. You find out that a friend, a significant other, faraway relative, or someone has had the same dream on the same night as you. Not much study has gone into the phenomenon of mutual dreams, but there is a very strong bond that exist between these two people.Mutual dreaming is the idea that two or more people can share the same dream environment. The concept was popularized in Inception, where lucid dreamers could link up via technology and roam around the unconscious of a single dreamer.


Progressive Dreams

Related imageThese types of dreams seem to continue as sequels, over a period of time. They are mostly focused on solving a problem or exploring various approaches to a situation. Progressive dreams are those dreams that seem to continue through several nights or sleep periods. One dream may continue where a previous dream left off, though the two dreams occur in separate nights. Continuous or progressive dreams do not necessarily occur in succeeding nights, but the essential element in this type of dreams is the continuity or connection between the two dreams. They are not limited to groups of two as there are many documented cases of several continuous dreams following the same story over a long period of time.Progressive dreams occur when you have a sequence of dreams that continue over a period of nights. The dream continues where you left off the previous night. Such dreams are problem-solving dreams and help to explore different options and various approaches to a problem, situation or relationship.

Progressive dreams occur when you have a sequence of dreams that continue over a period of nights. The dream may even continue where it left off from a previous night. Continuous dreams such as these can help us to solve problems in our life. They may help us to explore different options that we are weighing over an issue or provide us with various ways to approach a problem, situation or relationship with another. Sometimes progressive dreams can occur in a single day, often happening more commonly when we wake up and then roll over to fall back asleep. The dream may continue where it left off moments before, playing out like a movie, sometimes with minor variations in the details. The dream continues where you left off the previous night. Such dreams are problem-solving dreams and help to explore different options and various approaches to a problem, situation or relationship.