Dreaming Telepathy is a phenomenon to communicate through dreams with another person existing at another place. Many believe dream telepathy is not an actual piece of art, as it among the things, which happen spontaneously. Recently, many Hollywood movies have exaggerated this concept.
Broadly, dream telepathy is classified as a medium of communication between two physically distanced human beings. One of them may be alive or not. Astrologically, dream telepathy has a very significant role to play, if it happens with a person looking for his dream’s reality. The recently developed branch of dream telepathy is a shared dreaming, which means, many persons perceive a single dream with their self-awareness during their dreaming session. In short, dream telepathy is not everybody’s piece of cake, coz it requires lots of practice and a divine power to communicate with others – through dreams.
How Dream Telepathy Is Done
As told, dream telepathy is not easy to perceive, yet it’s practiced by many experienced astrologers, perhaps, many of them also give training to make someone special with dream telepathy powers. Anyways, a typical dream telepathy session requires some preparations, like the atmosphere, surroundings, darkness, and a calm state of mind. The first step is to sit in the closed surroundings without any light source. Then, its time to relax completely thinking about the person you want to convey a message. One can initiate the session by pretending to be in a happily conversational mood with the target person; possibly, one can start the communication by complimenting the target person by praising him or her. Spiritual meditation requires some props like a Theta Meditation audio running in the background.
Once a connection is established, it’s time to convey the message. It looks simple and straightforward, but it’s very difficult to attend the expertise in dream telepathic conversations.
History of Dream Telepathy
The concept: dream telepathy was first analyzed as a part of psychoanalysis in early twentieth century by Austrian neurologist: Sigmund Freud, perhaps he is the fonder of psychoanalysis. During his study, Sigmund Freud could never prove or disprove the dream telepathy concept. Even, he never experienced it by himself, but many of his patients claimed to experience the dream telepathy with their distanced placed relatives. Today, Dream Telepathy is a reality, which is being practiced by plenty of psychic experts worldwide, and numerous peoples have long been benefited with this divine art of ancient informal communication technique.