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  • May 21, 2016 at 1:09 pm #0
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    05/21/2016 at 1:09 pm

    I have wondered that while she is sleeping, if I played a script, could I induce a dream of a specific behavior or experience. For example, a lot of us want her to learn to do a proper blowjob. How about a guided dream of her actually doing it and enjoying it. This could build a series of subconscious experiences so when she actually does it, it would feel (and taste) like she has done it before. I don’t think I am saying this quite right, but I think you get the idea. In other words, can a script cause an immediate response?
    We were sitting in the car last night, not driving, and she fell asleep. I played a script I call Core that pretty well covers everything I want from her. I noticed that her lips moved a bit and so did her legs. I wondered then if I could be inducing a dream in her and if I could do that deliberately?

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    05/22/2016 at 8:52 pm

    I think any time you play a script that is sexual in nature, she may automatically start dreaming about things related to it. That happens from time to time. I’m not sure how you can make her dream about it unless you put affirmations related to dreaming.

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    06/08/2016 at 2:38 am

    I’ve noticed my wife’s lips moving during some scripts as well. In particular, the ones that have a solid repetitive cadence seem to prompt her to respond that way. She hasn’t reported any dreams associated with it, or any conscious memory, though.

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