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Dreams and out-of-body experiences can be fascinating, life-changing experiences.
A dream is an experience that happens “inside our head” and completely subjective since others will not be able to see what you are dreaming. A typical dream is a product of our physical brain and has characteristics that make it very different from a waking experience.
Lack of continuity is typical in dreams. You could be chatting with someone on a boat and, in the next second, continue the conversation while inside of an airplane flying over the ocean. Also typical is our casual attitude to absurdities. You could start the conversation with your friend Larry, and later realize that your friend became your mother. Dream are symbolic and rarely make sense if you look at the literal meaning of everything that happened.
There are a few types of out-of-body experience (OBE) from the lucidity perspective. Lucidity means to be aware, awake, in the moment, in control of your thoughts and actions. You can take this moment, as you read this text, as a lucidity reference. This is your lucidity in the waking state state.
In a lucid out-of-body experience, you would feel and think as you are right now, however you are not using the physical body or your brain. You would be able to fly and go through walls for example. The lucid OBE is very different from a regular dream.
In lower lucidity conditions, however, it might be harder to differentiate the two experiences. In this webinar, you will learn the characteristics of dreams and out-of-body experiences.
The three questions we would like to answer in this conversation:
1. What are the characteristics of a dream?
2. What are the characteristics of an out-of-body experience?
3. How can we recognize each of those experiences?
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