How to Create Dream Objects

Creating dream objects can be both fun and helpful in the dream world. Some dream objects, like potions and magic wands, can be helpful in making other things happen in your dream world, such as changing the scenery or making teleportation possible. Other times, dream objects are just for fun. There are several different ways to work with dream objects, and they’re similar to changing the scenery in your dream or even transforming yourself into something or someone else.

The first thing you need to know about any dream control technique is that you have to believe something will happen. You need to tell yourself “I will be holding X when I open my eyes” not “I hope I’m holding X when I open my eyes.” There’s a big difference, and the dream world will definitely react more easily when you know things are happening in your dreams.

While you don’t need dream objects to make things happen, they can be helpful. These types of objects can further assist you in making yourself believe that things are going to happen in your dream. For instance, when you have a magic wand as one of your dream objects, you know that magic will cause the necessary changes to happen in your physiognomy or your landscape so that you can make your dreams come true, literally!

Tips for Creating Dream Objects

Creating dream objects is similar to changing the scenery for many people. Techniques are often similar, and they often involve many of the same basic ideas. As with any other dream control technique, though, creating dream objects can depend very much on your personality and what you prefer to do in your dreams. You might work better with word-based techniques or vision-based techniques, depending on who you are as a person.

Here are some of the top techniques I’ve used to create dream objects:

  1. Simply imagine that it’s in your hands. When you open your eyes, believe it will be there, and it will be there. You can do the same thing with objects on your head, on your feet, or pretty much anywhere else. This is a good technique to use if you already know you can have some control over your dreams.
  2. Put the object in the next room. This is slightly more helpful for some people than simply having an object appear in their hands. Say to yourself, “When I walk into the next room, there will be X on the table.” Objects can more easily pop up in another room, sometimes, especially if you’re in a place where that object “makes sense.”
  3. Keep objects around in your dreams. You can “store” objects in your dreams after they pop up naturally or you’ve already made them. Simply leave an object in a place – this can work for dream companions and people, too, sometimes – and know that it will be there when you return to that particular location. If you don’t automatically end up in that place in your dream, you can teleport to that place. This is a helpful technique if teleporting is easier for you than creating objects from scratch.

These techniques are certainly not the only ways to create objects in your dream, but they are some of the most common. You might also choose to give objects certain powers. This is easiest, for some, with objects we already associate with power, such as magic wands. However, you can also imbue everyday objects, like your real-life favorite baseball cap, with special powers that can help it make your dreams more fun and interesting.

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"The result of the struggle between the thought and the ability to express it, between dream and reality, is seldom more than a compromise or an approximation." - M. C. Escher