While humans have explored the purpose and power of their dreams for thousands of years, it has long been believed that one can also send messages to another person through dream telepathy.
While waking telepathy is the act of transmitting information from one person to another, relying solely on non-physical sensory methods, dream telepathy occurs when one consciously meditates on a message they wish to convey to another who is already asleep.
The ritual begins with the dream sender falling into a deep meditative state and transmitting a message that will be received in the recipient's dreams; once the message is conveyed, the sender falls asleep as well.
You may wonder why one would wish to convey a message through sleep, rather than waking telepathy? The answer is surprisingly sensible: when we're in a deep sleep, our reactive defenses and mind blocks are removed, thus allowing for uninhibited reception of information.
Because the ego is largely absent in the dream state, we are more impressionable. Images, ideas, and even emotions can be felt without doubt or self consciousness while we dream, making it an ideal conductor for sending and receiving messages of significance.
When setting out to send a dream message to someone, it's important first and foremost to know exactly what it is you want to convey. Dreams, as anyone can attest, range from vividly detailed to impossibly murky. If you want the recipient to retain your message when they wake you will need to be as specific as possible and be able to visualize exactly what it is you want them to see, feel, and understand.
This may take some meditation in the days leading up to the “dream delivery.” Is there something specific you want the recipient to see, a particular setting or scenario? Or is the message a warning, confession, or declaration of love? By meditating ahead of time on exactly what it is you want to say, you'll eliminate any gray areas or potential confusion on behalf of the recipient.
Next you will need to determine the best time to send your dream message. Taking into account time zone differences and personal schedules, between 3-5 am is generally a dependable time for sending a dream message, as it's highly likely the recipient will be in a deep sleep by then (especially if it's a weekday).
You can retire to bed at your normal hour, but be sure to set an alarm so you can wake at the appropriate time to send the dream. Give yourself a few minutes to use the bathroom, get a drink of water, and resettle; you should be lucid but able to fall back to sleep with eventual ease.
When you've returned to bed, lie on your back and slow your breathing down to a steady, even rhythm. Eliminate any distractions or stray thoughts, and begin to meditate on your message. Visualize the recipient in his or her bed, sound asleep.
Repeat their name in your mind over and over, as if you were beckoning them. A popular method that is often used involves a slightly strange but effective visual: imagine a door opening where your third eye would be, and imagine a thin but unbreakable string unfurling from it and finding its way to the recipient's open “third eye door.” This will reinforce a sense of connection between you and your recipient. You should feel a surge of energy and intuitive sense of confidence when a connection has been made.
When you are ready, convey your message to the recipient using decisive language and imagery. You may take however long you feel necessary, but be wary of rambling or losing focus. At a certain point one of two things will happen: you will either fall naturally back to sleep, thus concluding the message, or actively bring it to a close. You can do this by bidding the dreamer farewell and asking them to remember your message upon waking, then returning to sleep yourself.
It's worth noting that if you sleep with a partner and do not wish to wake them in the wee hours or perform the dream messaging in the company of another, you can absolutely perform this ritual while going to bed at your normal hour.
However, there is always the chance that your recipient will not be asleep yet. Additionally, if there is a considerable time zone difference (more than 6 hours), be prepared to perform the ritual in the morning or early afternoon.
So how will you know if the recipient has received your dream message? In some cases they may reach out to you directly and admit they had “the weirdest dream” the other night. They may also choose not to mention the dream at all, but instead put your message into action. Some situations may call for multiple dream messaging rituals before results can be seen.
Remember, dream telepathy is like any psychic talent; the more you practice the better you'll get. Dreams are elusive things even in our modern age, and it can often be difficult for many to decipher them.
If you are attempting to send a crucial dream message to someone who pays little attention to their dreams or isn't particularly in touch with the psychic world, they may pose a greater challenge.
Regardless, don't give up! With a little time and practice you will soon be sending your dream messages throughout the world, with unmistakable results.