The short answer is, YES!
It was developed by Dr. James Randi at the University of California, Berkeley and has also been successfully used in medical trials and prisons.
The premise is simple and elegant: Imagine you are sitting in one of those black, uncomfortable, uncomfortable chairs. You are lying on your back. Your feet on the floor.
You are having a conversation. You are in conversation with yourself, as it were. You do not speak to someone that is looking around at all angles or watching the other people. It is just you, you and you alone. You are all alone and free to feel and communicate with those who do not share this experience.
This allows these people to explore or experience a wide variety of emotions. Their thoughts and feelings can be shared freely and their thoughts interpreted or experienced in many ways. All feelings are there to the individual.
This is in essence what you and others are doing when you share a thought with someone else.
So what would happen if someone took that experience and used it to have another dream?
Imagine you were in jail. You are being escorted to your cell to be jailed for a crime. As you arrive in your cell, you notice a young boy walking beside you. He wears a uniform uniform of a prison. You are walking with the intent to do a crime that might mean a longer stay. But he walks past you, and as the door closes, he walks out with his arms outstretched, as though he was inviting you to join him for a small talk.
This interaction between you and the other person is the first glimpse of the “telepathy” that is possible with shared thoughts. You are free from the shackles of time as you share a thought with an individual who is not in the same plane.
You are free from the thought-free prison that is often used, for example, at prison facilities.
While sharing thoughts with others in this environment, they become the “thought-partners” of your dreams. In other words, you become the dreamer. If you have a dream, you become the dreamer. If you dream, you become the dreamer. This is how the process works.
This sharing process can occur any time a dreamer has shared their thoughts with a dreamer elsewhere without the two knowing or being concerned about the other person. If this is the case, the dreamer is “free” to experiment with the
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