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Ashmire

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Re: Dream Travel & Reoccurrences
« Reply #15 on: February 18, 2018, 03:49:38 am »

Yeah, i've had that deja vu feeling several times. The first time I ever had a clairvoyant dream, my family was about to leave for a vacation in Hawaii. I dreamed of a Japanese bookstore with a large wall of manga, and after a week in Hawaii was disappointed that I hadn't seen one. Then our plane had engine trouble, and we had to spend an extra day in Honolulu... there was a mall next to our hotel, and a Japanese bookstore exactly like the one in my dream.

That's an interesting suggestion I hadn't considered, looking into clairvoyancy. I"ll check it out, thanks :D

That seems to be a really common experience, but so cool when it happens!  I remember once dreaming about remodeling my house and finding a secret room.   That didn't happen literally, but when I got up the next day I had a sudden impulse to visit a restaurant I had never been to before---and the restaurant dining area *was* the room from my dream.  I'm a little annoyed that I don't remember what the fortune cookie I got that day said, but I recall it felt very relevant and was good advice for me at the time.

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Re: Dream Travel & Reoccurrences
« Reply #16 on: February 18, 2018, 10:23:41 am »
From what I understand dream work can be one method of "hedge riding" and I'd like to figure out the link I seem to be missing between doing it randomly and doing it consciously.
It took me years of practice to manage conscious spirit travel (and I wouldn't say I'm managing it perfectly), but I didn't really train myself much, just tried it again and again (and doing lots of other stuff in between), so there might be a quicker way to learn this ;)

There are also some books frequently recommended to learn this, I remember that we once discussed Paxson's "Trance-Portation" here on TC, I also read various books on witchcraft and neo-shamanism and there were some suggestions here and there that helped me. I found Starhawk's "Twelve Wild Swans" was an excelent starting point for me (it has a lot about work with meditation/journeying/imagination, but is also an excellent beginner's guide for witchcraft).

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