Hi! I'm Whai Shai.

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WhaiShai
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Hi! I'm Whai Shai.

Postby WhaiShai » 10 Feb 2013 04:35

Hello everyone. I am known as Whai Shai (why shy). I'm pretty young male (16-17 years old) and I recently have become very interested in Lucid Dreaming. Here's my experience.

I have thought about lucid dreaming a few times in the past as "When you are aware that you are dreaming", but I had no clue that you could control your actual dream. I found this out when my friend showed me some information about lucid dreaming a couple of days ago. And now I remember many years ago when I was younger there were two times when I realised I was dreaming in my sleep. Both of these happened when I was experiencing something scary and then I would realise that this was a dream and think to myself that if I close my eyes in the dream and open them I would wake up. Trying this I did actually wake up and realise that I had a dream.

After reading about inducing lucid dreaming I decided to try it out early this morning when I woke up at 5AM. I was trying out the WILD method. After about 15 minutes of relaxing and keeping my mind awake I started to notice some red and blue colours swirling around in my vision. I think after a minute or two of that my vision started going brighter (like white) and then I noticed part of my body tensing. I might have heard some buzzing as well, but not sure about that. I tried visualising a train station (first thing that came to my head haha) but I was brought back awake when I realised I was squeezing my eyes shut because they felt like they were going to open.

Anyway I have started keeping a dream journal. Hopefully I will be able to have a lucid dream soon! :D

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Ryan
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Re: Hi! I'm Whai Shai.

Postby Ryan » 10 Feb 2013 04:42

Welcome aboard WhaiShai!

As far as Lucid Dreaming (or as I call it, Projection) is concerned... not even the sky is the limit! :)
Whatever you can imagine, you can do. So your imagination is the limit!

I fully believe that most people on this planet have experienced, at the very least, a lucid dream... a lot of people talk themselves out of it though, saying that it was "just a dream".

Well, ideally... think about it for a second. Does humanity even have any clue what a "dream" actually is?
Answer: nope. :)

So labeling things arbitrarily like we've been doing is kind of silly. hehe

Anyway, welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. :)
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Re: Hi! I'm Whai Shai.

Postby WhaiShai » 10 Feb 2013 12:29

Ryan wrote:Welcome aboard WhaiShai!

As far as Lucid Dreaming (or as I call it, Projection) is concerned... not even the sky is the limit! :)
Whatever you can imagine, you can do. So your imagination is the limit!

I fully believe that most people on this planet have experienced, at the very least, a lucid dream... a lot of people talk themselves out of it though, saying that it was "just a dream".

Well, ideally... think about it for a second. Does humanity even have any clue what a "dream" actually is?
Answer: nope. :)

So labeling things arbitrarily like we've been doing is kind of silly. hehe

Anyway, welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. :)

Well my imagination (even though I'm 16) is quite child-like. I guess I'll have no troublewith that. :D
This forum is very interesting, I'm already drawn to reading about peoples dreams.

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Ryan
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Re: Hi! I'm Whai Shai.

Postby Ryan » 10 Feb 2013 15:36

WhaiShai wrote:Well my imagination (even though I'm 16) is quite child-like. I guess I'll have no troublewith that. :D
This forum is very interesting, I'm already drawn to reading about peoples dreams.

NEVER lose that quality about yourself then. :)
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