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Not sure what to call this
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Not sure what to call this
In my system, one of my headmates is a Nephilim. From my experiences, with him and the rest of the system, he seems to have a physical existence in another universe somewhere, but our headspaces intersect so we can communicate. We haven't always gotten along well, though recently we've done a bit better on this front. At the same time, he's become a fixture in my dreams recently. I know he's pretty good at astral projection, and while I have a hard time with that I'm a strongly lucid dreamer. However, neither of us seem to be able to get him out of my dream space once he's there. We even had a conversation about it mid dream, and I made sure it wasn't just me in the morning. Neither of us really want him in my dreams, at least not as often as has been happening.

I'm glad that we have some common goals and interests, but we're not really at the point we could be called friends. So if there are any suggestions on what to do, from either of our sides it would be appreciated. He's asking a friend on his side for advice too.

EDIT: Well, no one's posted and the Nephilim and I have both stopped bumping into each other on the dream realm. So I guess there's nothing else to say. This can be closed or just left to drop off the board on its own.

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2009-09-24 18:43
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Re: Not sure what to call this
I've had interesting experiences with possibly similar things that at very least have similar-ish results - perhaps a conversation in order?

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2009-12-01 8:42
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What's a headmate?
2009-12-10 6:33
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Re: Not sure what to call this
Acta non Verba Wrote:What's a headmate?
An affectionate term for the other members of a multiple system.

Multiple = Loosely defined as "two or more" individuals/souls inhabiting one body.
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And the term for souls/individuals inhabiting two (or more) bodies, if I recall correctly, is "co-locates".

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Acta non Verba Wrote:What's a headmate?

Miniar Wrote:An affectionate term for the other members of a multiple system.

Multiple = Loosely defined as "two or more" individuals/souls inhabiting one body.

Min summed it up pretty good. If you'd like more info though, this article on Multiples might help explain it in more detail.

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