Mutual (lucid) dreaming is big dream of mine. It has fascinated me ever since I first heard of it, and was in my first Psiber Dreaming Conference (PDC) of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
Ed Kellogg hosted the Psi dreaming contests at PDC for many years, and he certainly is an extraordinary lucid dreamer, researcher and thinker. He very influenced my approach to dreaming, or better said, dream reality. I think I’ll share his excellent example of mutual dreaming, before sharing a successful mutual lucid group dreaming, I participated.
Ed writes in his article from 1997:
To upgrade the phenomenon of “mutual” dreaming from an unlikely possibility to a probable reality requires more than anecdotal evidence; it requires a formal and controlled study in which informed participants make use of specified procedures and documentation. Evidential cases of mutual dreaming have significant implications not only to the nature of the dream, but also to that of human nature as well. I look forward to the results of future research in this area.