Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

What have you learned from your dream characters? What do they say, what do they represent, what motivates them, why do they exist?
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andromeda
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Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby andromeda » 18 Jun 2017 13:06

So, I've done a few lucid dreams in the past years, and in all of them I've talked to a guide only twice. They answered to only one or two questions, they never talk much, and when they do, they do it in a sort of coded way. But that never bothered me (I usually feel the meaning of their words without effort).

Anyway, in the last lucid dreams, they simply didn't came.
I've tried to shout out a request like "is there some guide? Can I talk to you?" or more directly "I need to talk to a guide", but the results had always been the same (characters of my dreams laughing at me because I'm yelling in the middle of the street and so on. They often mock me but I think that is related to my real life for various reasons).

In the last lucid dream, while I was trying to summon one of them, instead I saw a girl with white eyes (probably a bad character). So I went to her and said gently "why are you here?", and her eyes returned normal. She said "my dad has something to give you!" and the dream continued with some other weird characters that asked me to follow them before we could arrive to the girl's father.

I don't know what I should do, since it is uncommon that my characters act this strange. I tried to ask the dreams many times the reason why nobody appears, but I never received an answer.
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Re: Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby naturespirit » 30 Jun 2017 02:46

I suggest you continue lucid dreaming, refining your control as you go. I found my dream guide with motivation, practice and time. Perhaps, your subconscious does not believe you are ready yet. Continue to lucid dream whatever happens.
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Re: Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby IvoryPavo » 03 Jul 2017 01:04

I agree with naturespirit. It does take time to have a guide. Sometimes you'll even gain one without thinking about it. However, it helps to ask for one in your waking life as well. That's what I did and I'd a few dreams of a red haired woman named Lily the following week. She isn't always visible but I can sense her. If I'm in need, she's there.. I just have to call on her.

All I can say is that it's all in due time. Pursue your search and you'll find your guide, or they'll find you. :)
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Re: Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby LDer Charles » 08 May 2018 22:46

andromeda wrote:So, I've done a few lucid dreams in the past years, and in all of them I've talked to a guide only twice. They answered to only one or two questions, they never talk much, and when they do, they do it in a sort of coded way. But that never bothered me (I usually feel the meaning of their words without effort).

Anyway, in the last lucid dreams, they simply didn't came.
I've tried to shout out a request like "is there some guide? Can I talk to you?" or more directly "I need to talk to a guide", but the results had always been the same (characters of my dreams laughing at me because I'm yelling in the middle of the street and so on. They often mock me but I think that is related to my real life for various reasons).

In the last lucid dream, while I was trying to summon one of them, instead I saw a girl with white eyes (probably a bad character). So I went to her and said gently "why are you here?", and her eyes returned normal. She said "my dad has something to give you!" and the dream continued with some other weird characters that asked me to follow them before we could arrive to the girl's father.

I don't know what I should do, since it is uncommon that my characters act this strange. I tried to ask the dreams many times the reason why nobody appears, but I never received an answer.


I never got a dream guide to my knowledge. I think it comes from parental abandonment and neglect issues. I never felt I could really rely or depend on anyone so I don't experience that with a dream guide either.
Here is a link to my dream journal if you want to know what I am up to in the dream world! :)
https://www.dreamviews.com/blogs/charles3/

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Re: Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby LucidCat » 11 May 2018 07:23

LDer Charles wrote:I never got a dream guide to my knowledge. I think it comes from parental abandonment and neglect issues. I never felt I could really rely or depend on anyone so I don't experience that with a dream guide either.

Charles. I think, finding a dream guide or not depends totally on your beliefs and expectations. In the end, eveything you encounter in a dream is a part of yourself. If you feel you can rely on yourself you may as well be able to find a dream guide - which can be anything or anyone you encounter in a dream. If you only trust yourself then you could manifest a representation of yourself as a dream guide, depending on your skills as a lucid dreamer.
Tell me briefly about your lucid dreaming journey :arrow: http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=20305

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Re: Has anyone experienced this? (Dream Guides)

Postby LDer Charles » 11 May 2018 23:20

LucidCat wrote:
LDer Charles wrote:I never got a dream guide to my knowledge. I think it comes from parental abandonment and neglect issues. I never felt I could really rely or depend on anyone so I don't experience that with a dream guide either.

Charles. I think, finding a dream guide or not depends totally on your beliefs and expectations. In the end, eveything you encounter in a dream is a part of yourself. If you feel you can rely on yourself you may as well be able to find a dream guide - which can be anything or anyone you encounter in a dream. If you only trust yourself then you could manifest a representation of yourself as a dream guide, depending on your skills as a lucid dreamer.


Thanks thats a good idea :)
Here is a link to my dream journal if you want to know what I am up to in the dream world! :)
https://www.dreamviews.com/blogs/charles3/


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