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could  i somehow connect to somebody    dreams when i am asleep 

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FoolishSage

Best Answer 7 years ago

According to modern science: No

Several religions propose movements of the "soul" (such as astral projection) so there probably is a faith that claims to permit entering of dreams but even these faiths would probably require people to spend years honing their skills. If this is of interest to you I would suggest the native australian faiths which are more focussed on song and dream if I recall correctly.

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tinker234FoolishSage

Answer 7 years ago

ok what about mri could the image be showed on a screen hmm

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FoolishSagetinker234

Answer 7 years ago

As far as I know there is no (scientific) way of observing dreams beyond general emotional state (happy, afraid, etc), you can't watch it as if it were a movie. Neither is there a way to intervene beyond general states and general suggestion (with smells or sounds), you can't "enter" the dream or participate.

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tinker234FoolishSage

Answer 7 years ago

well what abot conecting the two parts of the brain that cause the dream with a device

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FoolishSagetinker234

Answer 7 years ago

This has never been scientifically done..
Problem 1: Connecting to the brain is very complex and cannot be done on this level.
Problem 2: There is no known isolated part of the brain which causes dreams
Problem 3: There is no known device to connect two brains.

As far as contemporary science is concerned it is impossible to connect to / enter / observe / participate in someone else's dream.

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tinker234FoolishSage

Answer 7 years ago

well read abot the brain i know that one part does cause dreams

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tinker234FoolishSage

Answer 7 years ago

ok but i need to know how i can connect could i use clips or what

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FoolishSagetinker234

Answer 7 years ago

As I said before, there is no known way to connect two brains...

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tinker234

7 years ago

hmm ill get it one day