Almost everyone can use their psyche in a dream, as an individual assistant or a search engine. Emotional, intellectual and physiological processes are involved in the plot and image of a dream - all the components of our body and soul. Even the conscious part of your psyche is involved in the dream. To see a certain person in a dream, the first thing you need to do is make some settings.
First you need to tune in to remembering dreams. Get in the habit of recalling dreams immediately after waking up. Memorization is best practiced with a simple technique like writing. Therefore, put a pen and a notebook next to your bed so that you can write down the highlights immediately after waking up.
You need to program yourself that when the goal is achieved, there should be a command to wake up. A person sees about five dreams throughout the night, which are separated, so to speak, by nighttime intermissions. And the answer to your request may appear, for example, in the first dream. And a person, when he wakes up in the morning, usually remembers only the last dream. And so he may come to the conclusion that he did not succeed.
Imagine well the person you want to see in your dream. You need to represent very accurately, down to the smallest detail. Remind yourself of this request before bed. Sometimes what you want to dream does not come right away, it may take time. For persuasiveness, you can write down who you want to see on paper or say his name out loud before bed.
When you are in a calm, relaxed state, already starting to fall asleep, you need to try to focus on your request - this will direct sleep in the right direction. Before entering a dream, you need to present everything in the smallest detail. The picture, the environment, everything that is inextricably linked with the goal.