imaginecinema wrote:in five out of my six lucid dreams I've used the dream to change myself into a girl
I'm a man comfortable in a man's body, but one time in a lucid dream I looked in the mirror and I was an attractive woman. Instead of being shocked by it, I embraced it, and I started to walk around a large ballroom type setting, enjoying the feeling of men ogling me. So I know for a fact our genders can change in dreams, and really aren't we all both men and women deep down? Or perhaps neither?
In our dreams we tend to be our true selves. I wonder if even in your non-lucid dreams you are the opposite gender too?
imaginecinema wrote:Though I have never said this to anyone who knows me outside of the internet, I'm actually gender dysphoric- meaning that I feel more comfortable in the body of the opposite gender than I feel in the body of my birth gender. Though I can't experience the satisfaction of my desire in real life and I don't intend to, in five out of my six lucid dreams I've used the dream to change myself into a girl. Satisfying the subconscious urge that's been plaguing me has given me an unbelievable amount of satisfaction upon waking up, and relieved an unbelievable amount of depression. But as I progress in my experience with lucid dreaming, I hope to use dreams for other purposes, to explore fictional storylines, to build cities, to talk to fictional characters and historical figures, etc. It's a great privilege to be able to join this forum and I look forward to sharing my progress and answering what questions I can and asking the questions I need to. Thank you. -imaginecinema
That is really positive, and touching, and demonstrates the full potential of the lucid dream. I really look forward to reading more about your dream journies. All the very best to you. Tilly
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