How to dream about a specific person
How To Dream About Someone Specific, According To Experts
Have you wondered about how to dream about someone very specific? Like a co-corker or long-lost friend?
If so, keep reading.
In this blog post, we will discuss the different techniques that you can use to have dreams about a specific someone.
What you will learn in this article:
- 1 Intro: Why Do We Even Have Dreams?
- 2 Don’t miss out on this unique astrological opportunity
- 3 How To Dream About Someone Specific
- 3.1 1. Make A Dream Board
- 3.2 2. Keep A Picture Of The Person Nearby
- 3.3 3. Write About The Person
- 3.4 4. Talk About The Person
- 4 Deliberate dreaming tips
- 5 What Do The Experts Say?
- 6 Conclusion
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Intro: Why Do We Even Have Dreams?
Dreams can be powerful, and sometimes we don’t even know what to make of them.
And that can make us feel happy, confused, scared, or even frustrated.
Dreams are usually visual images that we see while we sleep.
They can be vivid and realistic, or they can be more like a series of disconnected thoughts and images.
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Dreams can sometimes be meaningful, but often they don’t seem to make much sense.
There are different theories about why we dream, but scientists don’t yet fully understand the purpose of dreaming.
Some believe that dreams are a way for our brains to process information and sort through memories.
Others think that dreams may help us practice coping with difficult situations or working through problems.
Whatever the reason, dreams can be interesting and fun to explore. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about dreams, read on for some tips from experts on how to dream about someone specific.
How To Dream About Someone Specific
If you want to dream about someone specific, there are a few things you can do.
1. Make A Dream Board
Cut out some pictures of the person you want to dream about.
Paste these images onto a piece of poster board or cardboard, and place the dream board somewhere near where you sleep.
As you look at the dream board, imagine what it would be like to interact with the person in your dreams.
What would they say? What would you say? How would they make you feel?
Spend a few minutes each day focusing on the dream board, and soon you will start dreaming about the person often.
2. Keep A Picture Of The Person Nearby
Keep a picture of the person you are attracted to in your wallet or purse.
As you go about your day, take a few moments to look at the picture and think about the person.
Imagine what it would be like to talk to them, or spend time with them.
When you go to bed at night, think about the person you are attracted to before you fall asleep.
Visualize what it would be like to dream about them.
With a little bit of focus and effort, you can start dreaming about the person you are attracted to in no time.
3. Write About The Person
Write about the person you are attracted to in a journal. Write down everything you know about them, and everything you would like to know about them.
Write about your conversations, and the things you would do together.
The more you write about the person, the more likely you are to have vivid dreams about them.
4. Talk About The Person
Talk about the person with your friends. Ask them what they think about the person, and share your thoughts as well.
Talking about the person you want to dream about will help to keep them on your mind, and you may find yourself dreaming about them as a result.
Deliberate dreaming tips
Some people might find that trying to have a dream about someone can be frustrating. If you want to increase your chances of success, here are a few things you can do:
- Keep a dream journal: every morning when you wake up, write down what you remember from the previous night’s dreams. Over time, you’ll start to see patterns and recall dreams more frequently.
- Set the intention before you go to sleep: tell yourself that you want to dream about a specific person. It might help to write it down or say it out loud.
- Pay attention to your surroundings in the dream: once you’re in the dream, take notice of your surroundings and try to interact with them. The more you engage with the dream, the more likely you are to remember it when you wake up.
- Focus on how you feel: the emotions you feel in a dream can be just as important as the visual images. Pay attention to how the person makes you feel and what kind of energy they bring into the dream.
With a little bit of effort, you can start to have more control over your dreams, and become more able to dream about someone specific.
What Do The Experts Say?
According to experts, dreaming about someone can be a way to process feelings that you may not be able to express when you are awake.
Dreams can also be a way to work through unfinished business or unresolved issues.
If you find yourself dreaming about someone frequently, it might be time to take a closer look at your relationship with that person.
If you dream about someone you know, it can be a sign that you have unresolved feelings for them.
If the person is a stranger, the dream may represent qualities that you need to work on developing.
Dreams about people can also be symbolic.
For example, if you dream about your boss, it could symbolize feelings of anxiety or insecurity about your workplace.
If you dream about a friend, it might represent the qualities of that person that you admire.
It’s important to remember that dreams are not always literal; they are often symbolic representations of our feelings and thoughts.
So if you find yourself dreaming about someone frequently, take some time to examine your thoughts more closely.
Now you know how to dream about someone, you need to focus on that person before you go to sleep.
You should also relax your body and clear your mind by focusing on your breath.
Once you’re in a deep sleep, your subconscious will take over and you’ll be more likely to have a dream.
Remember, everyone dreams differently so there’s no one right way to do it.
Just relax, focus on the person you want to dream about, and let your subconscious do the rest.
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12 tricks to dream about someone specific
Perhaps you’re crushing on someone, or maybe your significant other is far away from you and you want to be with them while you sleep.
For one reason or another, you want to dream about someone specific. The good news is that this is very much possible so long as you know how to do it.
In this article, I will give you 10 tricks you can do to dream of someone specific.
1) Regularly visualize them in your mind
The first thing you should do is to regularly visualize them in your mind.
Think of the way their laugh would ring in your ears, the way they smelled as you passed them by, their laugh, and even their touch. Be as detailed as possible.
Build as complete a picture as you can with all five senses and make sure you bring that image in your mind at least once a day. Imagine yourself interacting with them.
This will sear their image into both your conscious and subconscious mind, which means that your brain becomes more likely to bring them up in your dreams.
2) Visit places they like to frequent
Another thing you can do is to visit places where they usually hang out.
Your first goal is to become familiar with these places so that you can easily conjure them in your mind and imagine yourself walking around them.
After that, do your best to connect your memory of these places with the person you have in mind.
For example, if the place is a coffee shop that they drop by before work, then you can try to associate the coffee shop with the specific brew of coffee that they are especially fond of.
The more places you assign a certain memory or task related to that person, the easier it is to be reminded of them when you stumble upon these places in your dreams.
3) You want to dream of your soulmate?
Perhaps you want your dreams to reveal who your soulmate is, or perhaps you have an idea who they are and you want your dreams to give you more clues.
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4) Have a picture of them near you
Keeping a picture (or sketch) of them near your bed is a good trick to make sure they’re always present in your subconscious mind.
A physical photograph works well, but if you can’t have that for one reason or another, then having them on your phone is a decent enough substitute.
In fact, having them as your phone background goes a long way to make sure you’re constantly reminded of them. After all, we’re always on our phones.
The reason why it’s important to always remind yourself of the person you want to dream about is because most of the time dreams are just out of your control the moment they begin. But they are influenced by whatever has been occupying your mind during your waking hours.
So if you condition yourself to think of them all the time, then the chances that you’ll dream about them increases.
5) Practice lucid dreaming
It’s very much possible to control your dreams. With training and practice, you can exercise what is called “lucid dreaming”.
See, one of the main reasons why dreams just seem to do whatever they want is because we simply aren’t aware that we’re dreaming. So what happens is that we simply let ourselves be swept along the turbulent currents of our dream-scape.
As turbulent as that dream-scape is, it’s also something that’s well within our ability to manipulate. We can’t crush the chaos, but we can learn to tame it.
All we need is to be aware of the fact that we’re dreaming.
And lucid dreaming is all about making sure that when we’re asleep and dreaming, we’re fully aware of it.
Of course, knowing how to do lucid dreaming doesn’t invalidate everything else on this list—everything you can do to make it easier on yourself helps.
6) Write down what you want to dream about
Get a notebook and write down what you want to see in your dreams. Not just the person you want to meet, but also the things you want to do, hear, touch, or smell.
While it’s almost a guarantee that nothing will happen exactly as you penned it, establishing a clear image for your mind to work with will help guide your subconscious as it shapes your dreams.
You may, say, write down that you want to see that person meet you at a park, have a conversation with you, and then take you for a walk by the seaside before giving you a kiss on the lips.
Read it over a few times, and chances are that when a couple of these might come true. You might dream of meeting them at the park before heading to a pizza shop, for example.
7) Picture a future with them and trust it will happen
You have the power to create your reality…and it all starts in the mind.
Envision the life you truly want—one with your soulmate in it—and your subconscious will lead you to turn it into reality.
What’s great about this is that by imagining your future (and trusting that it will come true), you will often dream of them…which in turn would help you turn them into reality.
You see, so much of what we believe to be reality is just a construction. We can actually reshape that to create fulfilling lives that are in line with what matters most to us.
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8) Talk to them before you sleep
And no, I don’t mean picking up a phone and then dialing their number, as useful as that honestly is.
What I mean is that, as you lie down in bed about to fall asleep, imagine that they’re with you and talk to them out loud.
Perhaps tell them about how your day went, and say that you wish they were there with you. It’s like talking to your teddy bear, or saying a prayer, except it’s them.
Try to say their name as many times as you can. This centers your mind around them, and their absence—or presence—in your day.
And to end the conversation, say something like “let’s meet in my dreams,” or “I look forward to dreaming about you.”
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “this is too crazy”, and it probably is. But hey, it’s an effective hack if you’re really serious about meeting them in your dreams.
9) Meditate a while before you sleep
While it’s always good to give it your all on things you want to happen, you might end up stressing yourself out too much and end up ruining things.
That stress will definitely bleed into your dreams and you will probably not like what you’ll see.
For example, you might end up dreaming of them as you have always wanted, but because of how stressed you are, that same dream will quickly turn into a nightmare.
And that’s the last thing you want.
So what you should do is take the time to meditate and calm your nerves. Try doing some breath exercises to calm your nerves and settle your mind. If you pray, go ahead and pray.
The point is to calm the mind so you can welcome them in your dreams.
10) Expect to see them in your dreams
The right mindset goes a long way to getting things going.
This applies not just to things such as work or hobbies, but also here in your attempts to conjure someone dear to you in your dreams.
Put yourself in the mindset that you’re not just trying to see them in your dreams, but that you expect to see them there. That you will dream about them is a given, rather than something you have to work hard to make happen.
This is one way you can yoke your mind and get it to obey your wishes. It’s a good trick if you’re an anxious person.
Establish this expectation firmly enough and eventually your mind will obey, turning them into a regular fixture in your dreams.
11) Write your dreams down
Writing down remains one of the best ways to tie down your dreams to the waking world.
Dreams often vanish very quickly after we wake, leaving us with fleeting impressions of the fantasies we conjured in or sleep.
So that’s why it’s a very good idea to make a dream journal and write down everything you can recall of your dreams after you wake.
This is one way you can keep track of how well you’ve been doing. You might have managed to dream about them consistently enough, for example, but had simply failed to notice because you weren’t keeping track.
12) Just keep trying
Don’t expect immediate success even if you’ve done all the tricks in this list.
None of the things listed here are instant or take effect quickly. It will take a while for you to condition your mind so that you can dream about them consistently.
Even lucid dreaming is a skill that takes a lot of practice to consistently achieve, and even then you may still sometimes fail to induce lucid dreams after months of practice.
That’s why you should just keep trying if you want to dream of that specific someone.
A word of caution, however. Once you manage to dream of them consistently and, for some reason, you want to stop dreaming about them, it will also take a while to make your brain stop bringing them up.
How do your attempts affect them?
It’s easy to think that your attempts at dreaming about them aren’t going to affect them at all.
But there’s more to dreams than you may realize at first
1) They will dream about you more
When you sleep, your mind is more in tune with the ebb and flow of the universe, and the more you think of or dream about someone the more likely it is that you’ll affect their dreams too.
And one of the most obvious ways this will manifest is that you’ll show up in their dreams.
Perhaps you will be there in the background, or perhaps they will interact with you directly. Even if you aren’t there in all of their dreams, you will regardless show up somewhat consistently in their dreams.
This can lead to a feedback loop where, because you try hard to get them to show up in your dreams, you end up showing up in theirs. And because they keep on dreaming about you, they’ll think about you and then unwittingly manifest themselves in your dreams.
2) They will process their feelings about you
Dreams are where our minds process our experiences for the day, from our frustrations and stresses to the blessings we have received.
By focusing on them so much, your presence will register in their subconscious, and they are reminded to process their feelings for you as well… whatever those feelings may be.
Your own feelings will also bleed into their dreams, and this gives them a subconscious awareness of your feelings when they return to the waking world.
This is once more something that doesn’t necessarily happen overnight. Don’t expect them to one day come to terms with their feelings because they have dreamed about you once.
3) A spiritual bond is formed between the two of you
Something that you might not realize is that by focusing this much on one particular person, you’re doing more than just entrenching them in your own mind. You’re also reaching out to them on the spiritual plane and forming a bond.
If you happen to be soulmates or twin flames, then instead what bond exists between the two of you is awoken and strengthened.
You can think of this bond as the inevitable trail formed as your thoughts repeatedly reach out to theirs, and theirs reach back to you in turn. It’s not unlike how a dirt path is formed if a certain path is trod consistently enough through grass.
And it’s this bond that is the reason why it’s easier for you to constantly dream of so long as you keep trying.
There’s a lot you can do to train your mind to dream of someone specific. But it’s not something you can just do—or stop doing—on the drop of a hat.
You can’t just go “I want to dream about my crush” and expect to dream about them that same night.
It takes a lot of time and effort to condition your mind. And most of that conditioning involves associating as many memories, sensations, and places with that someone as you could.
So you must be absolutely sure that this person is worth it. The last thing you want is to keep dreaming about someone who hurt you.
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Visualization secrets: how to dream so that everything comes true
December 8, 2020 Productivity
Scientific approach and practical advice.
Author of Lifehacker, athlete, CCM
What is visualization
Visualization is the creation of a mental image of the goal. You imagine what you want to achieve and how you will do it.
Many perceive visualization as hopes for a good future: "Create yourself a wish board and look at it often." Such a strategy lacks one important detail - the connection with reality.
If you imagine living in a luxurious house, but don't think about how to make money on it, the dream will remain a dream.
Effective visualization includes both the object of desire and the actions to achieve it.
You will have to imagine each step on the way to the goal: in what direction you will work, what obstacles you will have to overcome and how you will do it. This is not as pleasant as simple dreams, but it helps to achieve real results in many areas.
What visualization is used for
Many successful people like Oprah Winfrey, Jim Carrey, Will Smith consider visualization part of their success.
Sports psychologists claim that visualization helps athletes improve performance, overcome fear, and recover faster from injury. It helps doctors avoid mistakes, police officers experience less stress, musicians play faster and better.
Psychologists recommend visualization for:
- learning new skills;
- achieving complex goals;
- gaining control and self-confidence;
- keeping calm during times of stress;
- developing new plans and strategies.
Rational people may be suspicious of this technique because it looks unscientific and esoteric. In fact, visualization is not related to astral projections and higher intelligence. It affects the human brain, and scientific evidence supports this.
How visualization affects the brain
Scientists have discovered that the brain does not separate what is happening in the imagination and reality. When you remember something or imagine your future actions, the same chemicals are released in it as in a real situation.
Your brain behaves in the same way, whether you experience the event in reality or just imagine it.
Neurotransmitters are chemicals that the brain sends commands to the body, stimulating motor control, attention and planning, which motivates a person to take action.
According to the Hebbian theory recognized in neurology, neurons fired together communicate with each other. By imagining the future, you create new neural connections in your brain that help you think and act differently.
In particular, visualization stimulates the reticular activation system, an area in the brain that acts as an information filter and allows you to notice only what is important to you. That's why when you start thinking about a new job or a new client, suddenly opportunities pop up.
How to Use Visualization Properly
There are several keys to effective visualization.
Set a clear goal that can be measured
When choosing an image to visualize, try to make it as accurate and specific as possible. For example, if you want to quietly work on a book in the morning, imagine what time it is and how long you will work.
Visualize in detail
Visualize how you work and achieve your goal, step by step. Add as many details as possible: where you are, what you are wearing.
Engage all your senses
Try to imagine what the room smells like, how your legs buzz after a run, how the applause sounds caused by your brilliant speech.
Write it down as a script
People who put their goals on paper are more likely to achieve them.
Record your visualization script on a sheet, electronically, or in audio format. Listening to it again or rereading it will help you form a clearer image.
Consider different scenarios
When you think about the future, fears, worries, and thoughts “What if…” inevitably arise. Use them to make your vision more flexible.
Mentally go through barriers, both internal - lack of energy and self-confidence - and external. For example, time, money, circumstances. Imagine how you deal with each of them.
So, if you are terribly afraid of performing in public, imagine the worst thing that can happen: you will fall on the stage. Think about what you will do in this situation: get up, dust off your pants and soak some joke so that the whole room rolls with laughter.
There is a good model for making such plans - WOOP (Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan). The words that make up the acronym are translated as desire, result, circumstances, plan. Here's how to use this model:
- Write your wish for the next four weeks. It should be challenging but achievable. Describe it in four to six words.
- Present the result in detail. Describe it in as much detail as possible.
- Think of circumstances that might get in your way. Write down all your assumptions and fears. Fix only what is up to you.
- Create a plan. For each circumstance, think of options for the development of events. For example: “If I fall on stage, I will get up and joke about it. If the phone rings while I'm writing, I'll turn it off and call back later."
If the visualization technique still seems questionable to you, first try to achieve some small goal: learn to do 50 push-ups, get a part-time job, make a new friend. And when you are convinced that it works, integrate it into your life on an ongoing basis.
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Visualization of a dream » Pharmvestnik
Svetlana Zakharova (S. Z.): Most people do not think about the impact their thoughts have on the future. But the events that take place in our lives are born in our minds: thinking about something good, we involuntarily attract pleasant or desirable events into our lives. The dream visualization technique helps to use the creative potential of a person to bring his dreams to life, to consciously use the imagination in creating a mental picture of what is desired.
A: And does it work?
SZ: Visualization is considered one of the most powerful tools to achieve your goals. Using the power of the imagination, one can develop certain qualities of character, improve health, or create the necessary situations (for example, to meet the right people, get money or move up the career ladder).
A: How does this happen?
SZ: To understand the mechanism of dream visualization, remember that our brain has a conscious and subconscious function. A person's thoughts arise in consciousness, and when they are repeated many times, they move to the subconscious, and then the creative mind "turns on". The subconscious mind perceives these thoughts as truth and begins to put them into practice, creating circumstances under which thoughts become reality. Thus, the subconscious becomes the main "acting mechanism" for achieving the goal or making dreams come true.
If a person begins to visualize (mentally imagine) his dream, then on a subconscious level he will have a desire to fulfill it. Then he begins to look for ways and options that will help to achieve what he wants, and he definitely finds them. With the help of visualization, you can achieve success in various areas of life: in personal relationships, career, finances, spiritual development, health or creativity. Visualization also helps to get rid of shortcomings, overcome stiffness and psychological barriers, change thinking and change life in general for the better.
I would like to add that you should not criticize this method until you have tried to evaluate its pros and cons from your own experience. To begin with, try to simply believe that it works, and immerse yourself in the new sensations that the visualization of your dream gives. And if the practice of positive thinking is new to you, first try to fulfill at least a small dream using this method.
A: What is the imaging technique?
SZ: In general, the visualization technique is very simple: you just need to close your eyes and dream. But not just dreaming, but dreaming right:
Draw a mental image of what you dream about and try to imagine yourself next to the object of your dreams. This image should be clear and specific: if you dream of a new car, imagine it in all its details and yourself behind the wheel, and if your dream is a trip to Paris, imagine yourself on the Parisian streets, in Parisian cafes or museums.
Believe that your dream is achievable. Tell yourself: “I can! It will definitely come true!”
Relax, calm down and forget about all doubts and worries. By tuning in to the positive, you can activate your abilities and intuition, and then it will be easier for you to look for ways to achieve your goals.
Check how correctly you formulated your dream: if thoughts about this goal give you pleasure and immerse you in a state of euphoria, then the goal was chosen correctly. And if the visualization of a dream does not arouse joyful feelings in you or cause anxiety, this means that the goal was chosen in error, and you should not fight to achieve it.
Love your dream: think about it, be happy from these thoughts and direct all your positive energy to the image you have created.
Every day before going to bed, visualize your dream in your mind - this will help maintain visualization and bring the dream to reality closer.
Use affirmations - self-hypnosis formulas that help you tune in to a positive wave. Repeating affirmations many times increases the effectiveness of visualization. Examples of affirmations: “I will definitely realize my dream”, “My dream is achievable”, “I will succeed”, “I will definitely have ... (new car, slim figure, new husband, promotion, etc. ).
A: Does visualization have to be visual?
SZ: No, it's not necessary - it doesn't matter which senses your brain uses during visualization. Instead of a visual image, you can imagine sounds, smells, feelings, or just words - the main thing is that the dream you recreate becomes real and concrete in your thoughts. And the more you think about your dream, the more real and concrete it will be for you.
A: Svetlana Yuryevna, what other advice can you give to Pharmacists who want to achieve their dreams through visualization?
SZ: Visualizing a dream is a process that should be enjoyable. In addition, the process of visualization should become a habit. You should not worry if your dream does not come true for a long time: negative emotions caused by anxiety will delay the realization of your dream for an even longer period. And most importantly, you should not passively wait for everything to come true by itself: to realize any dream and achieve any goal you set, you will need to make a lot of effort, and visualization will only help you concentrate and speed up this process.
To make the visualization of your dream work, try to follow the following rules:
Formulate the wish you want to visualize clearly, specifically and without negation. Wrong: I don't want to be fat. That's right: I want to lose 5 kg.
Do not "draw" a static picture in your imagination, but create a multifaceted image of your dreams. If you want to go to the sea, you should not imagine yourself only on the beach - imagine yourself also in a hotel, in a restaurant, on an excursion, in a nightclub.
Be the protagonist of your dreams. If you want to become a director, imagine yourself in the director's office, and if you dream of getting married, imagine yourself in a wedding dress in a registry office or at a wedding table.
Connect your senses to visualization: imagine what sounds, smells and tactile sensations will give you the fulfillment of your dream.
Remember your visualization and constantly reproduce in your mind the same picture in great detail.