I was reading about Mahatma Gandhi when I zoned out into my psychic world. All of a sudden, I was dancing with Gandhi. I heard some sort of sounds; and, then I was dancing with Gandhi by using the images inside my head. It was an odd sensation! I tried stopping; but, I realized that something deeper was going on. So I started wondering if this was for real! Thus, I started researching things about Gandhi. Soon I found out that Gandhi actually studied ballroom dancing. Read “Mahatma Gandhi’s ballroom dancing and other tales“; it is written by Archana Garodia Gupta and Shruti Garodia and published by The Indian Express.
In addition to the above, I can make some of my dream characters dance. I will be discussing the details of these dreams in my book about Lucid Dreams. I have learned from experience that lucid dreams are a training ground for real things. This way, I have enhanced my ability to use dancing for my telepathic communications. I have learned that it is possible to even solve crime cases by dancing during dreams; you can literally dance with the attacker(s) and find out what they are doing or thinking. I have done this only once in my life though! Another thing that I have found out is that I can dance with imaginary figures while I am awake. So far, I have danced with only two such imaginary figures; they are mentioned in the blog post “Dance of Heroes“. It feels like dancing with something really solid standing next to you. As for this technique, I don’t do this for long to avoid fatigue; I mean it is kind of scary to feel something so near you when there is nothing there. Again, I can do this only with creative people!
Use your passions to open your inner eye. You can achieve more through your attachment to things and people that you gravitate towards; for instance, I could do this all because I had a strong attachment to dancing and certain key figures.
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