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by goldenrose
04 Oct 2017 00:03
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Lucid Dream "Directing"
Replies: 3
Views: 53

Re: Lucid Dream "Directing"

Hi goldenrose. I hate those 3rd person perspective dreams. Yes, I've had many and when trying to get lucid these are the worst kind of dreams because it is like watching TV or a Movie. I never get lucid in these dreams because I never question the reality of them, because they are like a movie. If ...
by goldenrose
24 Sep 2017 17:41
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Lucid Dream "Directing"
Replies: 3
Views: 53

Lucid Dream "Directing"

I have many dreams where I am not in them, but am watching them, like a movie. Sometimes, I become lucid in these dreams (I don't have the ability to go wherever I please yet, so I'm stuck with the dream I have even when I'm lucid). Instead of inserting myself into the dream, however, I begin to dir...
by goldenrose
24 Sep 2017 17:14
Forum: Paranormal Activity
Topic: Mutual Dreaming
Replies: 5
Views: 80

Re: Mutual Dreaming

All ideas, concepts, and everything can match, but design wise and from an artist's perspective, they will never be the same. Quite the interesting concept, no matter how you perceive it. Mostly interesting when the two people involved in it didn't try to make it happen, right down to people they b...
by goldenrose
23 Sep 2017 05:57
Forum: For Beginners
Topic: I cannot remember my dreams.
Replies: 2
Views: 67

Re: I cannot remember my dreams.

On the optimistic side, one may say that a lucid dream would be memorable enough to, you know, remember. On the pessimistic side, one may say that if you can't remember any of your dreams, you probably won't remember the lucid dream, either. It will be hard to become lucid at all if your brain canno...
by goldenrose
23 Sep 2017 05:46
Forum: Paranormal Activity
Topic: Mutual Dreaming
Replies: 5
Views: 80

Re: Mutual Dreaming

You say the two of you described the same dream to the exact details. Does this mean the same events happened as well? There is dream meshing, yes, but I do believe mutual is possible. It's a bit different. I've done it from time to time with someone very dear to me. When this happens, the events, l...
by goldenrose
23 Sep 2017 05:26
Forum: Share Your Non-Lucid Dreams
Topic: Blown up, then a strange Afterlife
Replies: 1
Views: 77

Blown up, then a strange Afterlife

I'm in the car with my family. For some reason, I'm in the back seat, but don't question this. We are talking about death and life after death. At some point, I say that I'm not afraid of death. My family asserts that everyone is afraid of death, that the fear is inevitable. This leads to someone ha...
by goldenrose
23 Sep 2017 04:51
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Lucid Dream or is my brain messing with me?
Replies: 2
Views: 60

Re: Lucid Dream or is my brain messing with me?

Okay. First off, yes, that would be considered a lucid dream. A lucid dream, by definition, is when you are aware that you are dreaming. There are, however different levels of lucidity. It sounds like you experienced the lowest level, in which you know you are dreaming, but are powerless to do anyth...
by goldenrose
07 Sep 2017 04:28
Forum: Lucid Dream Aids
Topic: Looking for lucid dreaming apps
Replies: 1
Views: 82

Re: Looking for lucid dreaming apps

I like Lucidity. It's free for both Android and iOS. It's mostly a dream journal, but also provides reality checks: a special chime of your choosing that will remind you to do a reality check. In time, this sound (or vibrate in my case, as I never have my sound on) will become familiar to you, helpi...
by goldenrose
07 Sep 2017 04:07
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: Newbie
Replies: 1
Views: 54

Re: Newbie

Welcome to the forum! It seems like the phenomena you discuss here, including astral projection, would be best suited for the Paranormal Activity subgroup.
by goldenrose
07 Sep 2017 03:57
Forum: General Lucid Discussion
Topic: Anyone else?
Replies: 2
Views: 85

Re: Anyone else?

From my experience, vivid dreams do mean you are close to lucidity. Feeling such minute sensations such as muscle exhaustion means your mind is much more "awake" and aware of its surroundings. The main thing is to train your brain to recognize when an environment is real or dreamlike. Then...

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