I have a problem with this. So let me just iterate some epistemological facts here. You can only be 100% sure of your experience and nobody else's. You experienced robes in dreams but the others could meretriciously tell you the same for the sole reason of assenting to your dream meshing view and without having necessarily experienced what is required.
I asked a couple of my friends what they wore in their lucid dreams before I told them what I wore in mine, and they told me what they wore before I told them. The sash glowing like I said, was just a dream symbol that was not within my control, and my lucid dream friend later told me it happened in their lucid dream the time I saw it happened to my friend's DC in my lucid dream. It was more or less just a password dream meshing symbol, nothing more or less. Often they would talk about their lucid dreams before I would talk about mine.
Dream meshing as I mentioned before isn't mutual dreaming, as my friends and I weren't having the same dream. We were only attempting to match symbols we had, nothing more or less. There is no reason for you to have me escorted to the psych ward over it either.
What is required is evidence, not anecdotage and hearsay. Your brains would have to be scanned for clues and, ideally, your dreams recorded and transcribed into something intelligible. You need a scientific witness---a third nonparticipant/party, if you will---to confirm what is going on.
While not with the dream meshing, when I had that incident with the the crime scene, the psychiatrist did want them to do a EEG test. As far as why the test results showed unconsciousness, my psychiatrist explained abnormal amounts of DMT can sometimes cause a false unconsciousness reading in an EEG.
All I see in your statements is your experience sprinkled with fantasies and preconceptions about those around you and the course of events. Answer me this, lucide: On a scale of nought to ten, how wishful is your thinking? I'm serious.
Some of my science oriented family and friends don't believe I can lucid dream either (with one of my family members using evidence against me to prove it). If you don't believe I am able to lucid dream, then you aren't the only one
I know my thinking isn't just wishful, as even if it was just a lucid dream, I know what I experienced. I was free from my disabilities and saw my friends' DCs freed from theirs. Sure it is near impossible for that to happen in real life (and my psychiatrist told me it was scientifically impossible) for a person to be freed from a disability, but I know without a doubt I am free in those lucid dreams. When I was a teenager, I just thought I was a bad person because they told me in middle school I was. I usually believed when I ended up in some of my lucid dreams when I was freed from the disability I was free from being a horrible person.
Also, the ability to escape made me less prone to attempting those disappearing acts during and after middle school. I don't think anyone really cares I failed at most of those magic tricks, and many probably wanted to succeed at one of them.
If you need help answering that question, try pondering over these: How badly do you want your world view to be true? How much confirmation do you need for your experiences?
I mostly only want confirmation for not being disabled. Personally don't really care about the spying. Spying is okay, but for me, it was probably as much fun as matching lottery numbers (I don't really care that much about winning a lottery, maybe that's why). If someone doesn't care about winning lottery numbers or at the slots, even winning very often at them wouldn't matter. Even if spying is luck based, trust me, if you got lucky too many times in a row, you'd get so tired of the fact, you'd wish you'd have no luck at all. You can only have that same lucid dream, same day of the year, or same whatever happen so many times before your mind goes crazy. This is why a user must be creative and come up with all sorts of different ideas, and not just stick with the same idea.
You don't just love lucid dreaming, you see it as your salvation---the escapist's holy grail ticket to a virtual hereafter! So this hopeful salvation of yours begins to look a little grim when you're eternally alone with your thoughts. What is the point of eternal life if one is alone, if entertainment and company is nothing but a mirage, a mental illusion, the product of one's own mind?
If I didn't have lucid dreaming when I was in middle school and was bullied like that, I would have mostly likely suffered the same disappearing fate as most Utah teenagers who tried the disappearing act. It's one of the reasons why in high school I was allowed to get obsessed over it, because it allowed me to think of a different way to get over the PTSD.
Lucid dreams cannot hurt you. With the imagination a person has, they can create all sorts of characters with all sorts of personality, so they'll never be alone.
If there was a way to recreate my body like they describe ultimate immortality where I couldn't be hurt, I didn't suffer from mental disabilities, I could travel instantly from place to place and from universe to universe, and I had infinite knowledge, I would take that ability. The ability to keep going and infinitely see all universes evolve forever
Your virtual afterlife could quickly turn into a solipsistic nightmare in which you'd feel trapped forever! So far I spoke about you being hopeful, but this is where the wishful ostensibly comes in: You want the notion that people can psychically connect with one another to be true because this is the solution to your solipsistic nightmare.
I already know that people cannot psychically connect as that is impossible. I just wrote about that in a fairy tale as a possible afterlife ending for that fairy tale, just because most of the other ones sounded so horrible. My personal favorite story was the one about ultimate immortality, where everything that ever existed is restored and gains ultimate immortality. The ultimate immortality which allows invincibility and infinite knowledge, would allow for living on other planets and even travel to other universes to happen.