The Talmud (last chapter of Berachot, 55a ff.) contains a long treatment interpreting various visions one may experience “בחלום” (in a dream).
If when under the influence of a psychoactive drug an individual sees visions described in the Talmud, would such visions also be open to the respective interpretations offered by the rabbis of Talmud? By extension, concerning various characterizations of dreams by the Talmud (some collected here), is all related discussion limited specifically to dreams induced by sleep? In other words, is it limited to a naturally altered state of consciousness or would an induced altered state of consciousness likewise be included?
Unlike this question about lucid dreams, many people can have no recollection of their “dreams” while under the influence of psychoactive drugs and therefore such a state of consciousness wouldn’t be comparable to lucid dreaming and, instead, more akin to actual sleep.