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- bitsolToken Enthusiast Offline
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i usually had a lucid dream when i felt very tired , after i fell asleep i can recognize if it was a dream , it's like a game , you can control anything you want , make anything u want ,
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- jorj_x_mckieToken Enthusiast Offline
Location: Portland OR
It's been years since I had one. They are awesome. The last one I had I vividly recall floating up out of my bedroom and floating around the house from maybe 100 ft above. I could control where I wanted to go, and I got so excited my heart started racing and I woke up. Damn! Another one I had when I was probably still in my teens was me dreaming I was a part of a group of people traversing a Middle Earth like landscape. I don't recall having much 'control' in that one, so it may not have been a truly 'lucid' dream. Would like another, that's for sure. I wonder if VR tech will prompt our brains to 'go there' more often?0 likes
- adamAdmin Offline
Location: California, USA
When I was young I used to have lucid dreams. I might still but I don't remember them any more.0 likes
- bdialon4Token Enthusiast Offline
I've lucid dreamed quite a few times but it usually only happens in crazy nightmares - whenever its not some sort of crazy nightmare, I don't realise its really a dream.0 likes
- PTheDToken Enthusiast Offline
I have definitely had a few lucid dreams in my time. I just had one that I remember a week or so ago. That last time I was having a "fitful sleep" and I kept waking up a little bit at short intervals, so I think my brain was more in the conscious awake state than it usually would be when I dream and I caught on pretty fast that . . . this shit just isn't possible, ah this is a dream. After figuring it out, which went pretty seamlessly and without much ado, I dove right into whatever nonsense was happening because it was interesting and something of an adventure. Interestingly the dream went on for a good while, and my presence of mind was such that I was just living in the dream and didn't really remember that it wasn't real, or at least didn't keep thinking about it, I just moved on and didn't think about the "unrealness" anymore, so after a time, a short time, it left my mind and I was just living whatever surreal situation went on in my head.0 likes
- pageToken Enthusiast Offline
I have in the past. I think just remembering your dreams is good enough though as they reach into the unconscious and let you know things about yourself you would not otherwise know. Dreams access the mythical dimensions of the religious realm. The deeper you travel into the unconscious, or inward, the better for overall worldly experience and well being. I think. Same as my boy Carl Jung!
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- VikToken Enthusiast Offline
sorry, don't believe that it's possible to "control" your dreams
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