The term of dream telepathy is very much real and existing and it suggests that humans can connect with each other while dreaming.
Many experts on dreams, such as Freud, found that telepathy is tightly connected to the psychoanalytic thought. In addition, Carl Jung trusted there is a telepathic hypothesis without question, and even worked to find evidence of this “paranormal” occurrence.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla
“A wealth of anecdotal and clinical material exist which supports the possibility of telepathic effects occurring in dreams (Krippner, 1974). However, an experimental approach to the topic did not become possible until psycho-physiological laboratory technology became available.
It was discovered that sleeping research participants awakened from periods of rapid eye movement (REM) activity were frequently able to recall dream episodes.
As a result, it was possible to request a “telepathic receiver” to attempt dreaming about a target stimulus that was being focused on in a distant location from a telepathic sender.” (Source)
Experiments and Results
Back in the 60s, Montague Ullman, MD, conducted a series of experiments at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York in order to determine how sleeping can be of randomly selected information.
In his mind, people could decide what to dream about. It wasn’t long after that Stanley Krippner, a PhD. and professor of psychology at Saybrook University, joined in on the experiment. He alone invested years and years of research into the influence of dreams.
The entire experiment lasted over a decade and “yielded statistically significant results.”
The experiments found there is a “telepathic sender” and a “telepathic receiver.” The two met in the laboratory before being separated in two rooms and going to sleep.
The “telepathic” sender had an envelope once they entered the room. Usually, there was a drawing or photo of something. The “receivers” were deliberately awoken just as they entered Rapid Eye Movement sleep (REM).
A Very Significant Session
Another experiment on dreams included an art print of “School of Dance” by Degas.
With only women taking part in the experiment, it was discovered that the “receivers” reported: “I was in a class made up of maybe half a dozen people, it felt like a school,” and “There was one little girl that was trying to dance with me.”
It is outstanding to think how dreams can affect each other without purposely intending to do so.
There is plenty of evidence that support dream telepathy, and the phenomena was quickly labeled a paranormal experience. Although it is obvious this is happening, it is uncertain how exactly everything goes down.
Krippner and Ullman conducted yet another study on March 15th 1970. This time around, they included a large group of people at a Holy Modal Rounders rock concert, all of whom were given the task of “telepathic senders.”
A local media artist called Jean Millay prepared the “telepathic senders” for “target preparation.” For this, she had a little help from the Lidd Light Company, which represents a group of artists that controlled the light effects at the concert.
After providing a brief verbal instructions list, an image projected on the screen was released for the “telepathic” senders to see.
What it was is a color film about eagles and their nesting habits. Furthermore, there was information about other birds, including the mythical Phoenix. At the same time, the Holy Modal Rounders were playing their song, “If you want to be a bird.”
The experiment included five volunteer “telepathic receivers” located within a one hundred mile radius from the “telepathic senders.”
“One “telepathic receiver,” Helen Andrews, dreamt of “something mythological, like a griffin or a phoenix.” The second, third and fourth volunteer claimed they saw “a snake,” “grapes,” and “an embryo in flames.”
Then came the fifth volunteer, a singer called Richie Havens, who stated he had seen “a number of seagulls flying over water.” This was, as it shows, proof enough for both Mr. Havens and Ms. Andrews.
Later on, rock band “Grateful Dead” were also willing to partake in the experiment, in a timeframe of six nights. The outcome of this experiment was published by the American Psychological Association.
Ever experiment begins with a set of directions one needs to follow.
Let’s see what it looks like.
For starters, you will be given an image.
Attempt to use your ESP and “send” this picture to the ‘receiver.’
Then, the receiver ought to try and have a dream about this picture. You have to try to ‘send’ the photo to the receiver so will try to dream about this picture. Try to “Send” it to them.
Next, receivers will realize the sender’s location.
How does it all work?
The topic was widely analyzed by Quantum physics. There is one possible theory that is quantum entanglement.
If you have two electrons that are created together, and you send one to the other side of the universe, the second will immediately respond, regardless of the distance. For Einstein, this occurrence is called a “spooky actions at a distance.”
Take a look at the video below to learn more:
There is no real or attainable explanation about this occurrence, but everyone is well aware it is happening.
The second outlook on ‘reality’ is a topic still researched by many professionals in the field. This dream world is nothing alike the world we’re living for real. As real as it may seem, the dream is only a dream.
Parapsychological Phenomenon Has Been Proven and Documented All Over the World
Parapsychological (PSI) phenomena, and related studies, proved and analyzed the validity of it and found it existing. The Department of Defense showed particular interest in it and devoted years of research to prove its existence.