According to scientists, it is possible to communicate with people who are sleeping and dreaming. Moreover, this communication is not one-sided.
From time to time, people may notice that they are in a dream when they are dreaming. To this situation lucid dreaming called. According to scientists, it is possible to establish two-way communication with people who do lucid dreaming. So when you talk to these people, you can get answers.
In experiments conducted separately in the USA, France, Germany and the Netherlands, people while they sleep simple questions were asked. Sleeping people gave certain responses by moving their eyelids or changing their facial expressions.
Communicating while dreaming
PhD student from Northwestern University and lead author of the study Karen Konkoly, in a statement “We’ve known since the ’80s that lucid dreaming people communicate outside of their dreams with these signals.’ Can we communicate too? ‘ Could we communicate by asking people questions that they could actually hear and answer in their dreams? “ said.
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Current Biology According to the research published in the journal called the most dreamy stage the rapid eye movement phase was examined. In this sleep, which is called REM sleep, all of the people’s muscles except the eyes are almost paralyzed. A person who becomes lucid in a dream turns his eyes to the right or left. This helps scientists understand that dreamers are trying to communicate.
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Although almost everyone is dreaming lucid dream not something everyone can do. Researchers also worked with participants from people who had experienced this condition before. Lucid dream training was also given to the participants.
To Participants “What would be left if six out of eight?Participants who answered these questions looked to the right twice, for example. the rate of correct answers was 18%. It could not be determined whether a group of 18% answered the questions. 61% of the participants did not react at all.
Of this research examining and interpreting dreams New studies are expected to pave the way for. Groundbreaking developments may occur in this area with the availability of more accurate and more effective communication methods.