D – My experience of dreaming is that they are like friends. If you are not vitally interested in them, interact with them, and inquire into their secret life, they will only talk to you in platitudes. But if you do these things, then they will take you on an ever deeper experience of YOU. And believe me, when that is really unveiled it is wonderful.
You can enter your dreams by not getting into the mistake of ‘thinking’ about them. Thoughts are made up or words – “I was thinking about what I should do about my bank balance.’ Words are simply associated feelings and ideas about a very small sample of the vastness we live within. Even a meaningful sentence is still only a collection of what we already have ‘thought’ or experienced. So reasoning about a dream can only give you what you already know – in form.
My experience of dreams is that they arise from our Core, as a sort of response to what we do in the world of form and 3 dimensions. Our Core is formless and beyond time and space – as is the Core of the Universe, out of which time and space emerged – out of which you and I have emerged. So to interpret them is useful, but it doesn’t give you the full experience.
To get that you need to read the feature http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/peer-dream-group/
and then practice, practice and practice until you are overwhelmed with passion and insights. Dreams are passionate and such passion brings insights.
It is even better if you can get a partner to enter the dreams in this way.