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Nataly

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I somehow learned in my dream to open a medium-sized frame in front of me with the desired appearance, for example, on the sea. And if for some time I hold it, then I find myself surrounded by this picture in 3D. What other similar ways do you know?
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Offline Deb

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That is very interesting to me, in that I have my own method of, shall I say, getting into a Framework 2 dream state.

For me, when I wake up in the middle of the night, I keep my eyes closed and try to see beyond what is immediately visible. I don't know how to explain that better. I have a physical reality pattern: I lie flat on my back, I roll my pillow up under my neck for extra support, I allow my mind to travel to places beyond what I accept as reality.

Most often I have incredible dreams and visitations.


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For me, when I wake up in the middle of the night, I keep my eyes closed and try to see beyond what is immediately visible. I don't know how to explain that better. I have a physical reality pattern: I lie flat on my back, I roll my pillow up under my neck for extra support, I allow my mind to travel to places beyond what I accept as reality.

Most often I have incredible dreams and visitations.

Thank you! I need to try.

 

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