If you have done this, tell us how it feels for you, I'm very curious to know what others have experienced.
The resistance I feel is more resistance then if I pushed my hand throu mud and it can take me some effort (will) to push throu the solid object. its really hard to describe the sensation properly and I dont really know to how explain it well. I think its something which someone needs to do to know what it feels like, there is nothing I can really compare to it well and its a very strange feel and yeah you can feel the object going throu your hand.
In the past, I have only felt solid objects, but as soon as they felt solid I never continued pushing. This is the first time I ever really pushed hard on an object. Maybe that's why it was the first time my hand went through. So you can just feel something solid and your hand doesn't go unless you push harder?
As for putting my hands into objects, walls, glass, stone it can vary but goes as follows,
Stone - feel vibrations and often turns into intense heat and fills my dream body
Walls, floors etc, strong tingling that I say is atoms passing through atoms. Nice feeling but can be intense and had done this hundreds or maybe thousands of times
Glass, feels spongy and often make bubbles out of it and fly away in them
My own body - same as walls
There are lots of variations on these as well but this captures it all in a simple way
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Peter wrote: Walls, floors etc, strong tingling that I say is atoms passing through atoms. Nice feeling but can be intense and had done this hundreds or maybe thousands of times
I think that describes it well. The atoms passing through atoms is interesting, it definitely felt like some sort of structure in the material. It was very intense and unexpected as many things are in dreams. I have yet to repeat experiment so next time I will keying in more on exactly how it feels.
Summerlander wrote:Lisecelia's and Tania's description ring a bell for me. There have been times when I felt like my hand is goind through clay or whipped cream (once a wall even turned into this and I tasted it: it was sweet). I have also touched a mirror with my fingers. It was solid, but, the moment I wished for my hand to go through it (as I pressed my digits against it) it began to slowly sink into it and a mild resistance was experienced. It seemed very mechanical as I observed it happening and was completely absorbed in the moment.
So do things feel solid for you when they are just touched, but then they give way with some additional pushing? I'm curious about that.
I have yet to repeat experiment so next time I will keying in more on exactly how it feels.
Take your time with it and gently rub the surface and them put you hand or finger inside to see how it all feels. It can be quite intense and it great for sharpening up the dream
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