When I started realizing that all these things were happening in my sleep, I started to pay more attention to my dreams. When I did that, I found myself realizing more and more that I was in fact conscious while I was dreaming. Then, about a week ago, I was dreaming and then I noticed how odd things were. That's when I turned around and saw my friend standing there, yelling at me to go do something. I said, "I'm dreaming!" she got really mad at me, and we argued for a moment on whether or not I was asleep. Finally she told me that I was in fact dreaming, but I still needed to go do what I needed to do. I told her 'no' and said that I just wanted to fly. I then started to try to fly, while she kept trying to coax me into doing what she wanted. When I refused, the dream literally collapsed onto me, much like on the movie Inception when the girl realized she was dreaming for the first time and the buildings all exploded.
Then, two nights ago, I finally admitted to my mom that I had been having these experiences lately, she told me that she went to the library the other day to hear a man talk about Lucid Dreaming. She gave me a few examples, then advised me to ask, next time I realize I'm dreaming, why I was dreaming what I was. That night, I realized I was dreaming half way through the dream and had a very interesting talk with my sub conscious.
I've never done any type of training (or even trying) to get Lucid Dreams. In fact, I had never heard of lucid dreaming until 2 days ago! Since I've only had two really big lucid dreams, any suggested on how I can keep some control? The only time I ever tried to control anything, my dream literally collapsed.
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If you ever need to know anything, always ask while lucid in the non-physical.
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