For a moment I thought that I finally forgot all of my dreams and that I would have no dreams to type today but amazingly I barely remember part of a series of connected dreams, maybe daydreams, and maybe thoughts from last night when I kept waking up and going back to sleep before finally waking up permanently.
This series of dreams, maybe daydreams, and maybe thoughts were inspired by the Japanese animated TV series Naruto that I watched an episode of last night and that my brother GC talked to me about last night; and they involved Naruto (Naruto Uzumaki), Kakashi (Kakashi Hatake), the Third Hokage (Hiruzen Sarutobi), and maybe a few other character from the Hidden Leaf Village.
They were focusing on training their dream recall skills, lucid dreaming skills, and genjutsu skills; and they also trained their ninjutsu skills and taijutsu skills but their main focus was on the first three skills, and they were training mostly in their dreams.
They were training their dream recall skills to better remember their dreams, they were training their lucid dreaming skills to better control their dreams, they were training their genjutsu skills to better control other people through illusions, they were training their taijutsu skills to improve their combat skills, and they were training their ninjutsu skills to allow them to do powerful moves/attacks/et cetera that they otherwise would not be able to physically do; and they were training in their dreams mostly using a joint/shared genjutsu that allowed them to share the same dream world like in the film Inception but they were using genjutsu instead of a machine.
They were doing all of this training to make a super genjutsu that would allow them within a large area to trap other people whether they are sleeping or dreaming or awake in their shared dream world, and they would use their lucid dreaming skills and jutsu skills to better control this shared dream world that they would trap other people in and to better fight inside of it; and so it was going to take a lot of training for them to improve their skills to make this super genjutsu more powerful, to make it cover a larger area, and for them to learn to better control it.
Naruto was having a hard time training as usual and there was constant training with them waking up and going back to sleep to their shared dream world, and this went on and on; and during the parts when they were awake they would practice their dream recall by recording their dreams and talking about them, because dream recall was important for them to better realize when they are dreaming so that they could lucid dream, and so that they could remember what happened during their dreams so that they could learn from their mistakes.
I might have been in some of these dreams, maybe daydreams, and maybe thoughts; but I am not sure, and I am not sure why they were making this super genjutsu exactly but my guess is that it was being made to counter the plan(s) of their enemy or enemies.
But that is all that I can remember.
2 replies on “Naruto Inspired Dreams: Training To Make A Super Genjutsu (Illusion)?”
This dream form might be an example of “active imagination.”
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You could be right/correct, thank you for commenting Ingidisa. 🙂