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Greetings, Here's the deal: When I go to sleep when I'm not fully tired, I lucid dream. Without any effort. When I tire myself out completely before going to sleep, my mind usually doesn't have the energy to put me in a lucid dream, so I won't have one. So I prefer to tire myself out fully first, be...
Greetings, after a long break from these forums, I seem to have found my way back. After some personal toil, I have come across some spare time to share some more lucid dreams with you all. Last night was really quite bad. My mind took me home, to my father's backyard. Where I was reunited with my d...
- 28 Sep 2015 23:42
- Forum: Dream Characters
- Topic: Have you ever killed a Dream Character and if so How?
- Replies: 107
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I actually kill a lot of dream characters because most of mine are evil monstrosites and abominations. Here's a few stories but beware, they are rather detailed and lugubrious. I once saw a man in robes with a match that seemed to be eternally burning. He was holding an animal, that seemed to be a c...
- 28 Sep 2015 23:17
- Forum: Paranormal Activity
- Topic: Are Astral Projections and "Spirit Entities" Real?
- Replies: 61
- Views: 14669
Very well done and thank you, Summerlander. Now this ongoing disagreement and these pointless speculations can finally end.
- 28 Sep 2015 03:34
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: LUCIDITY:My comic about Lucid dreaming:Re-post
- Replies: 1
- Views: 431
Alright, first of all, you switch "your" with "you're". That's besides a few other grammar flaws. Secondly, the guy speaks of being an emotionless robot and the first next thing he does is show compassion. The entire rest of the story is still a bit clichématic. I stopped reading...