well... since you realized at one point that you are dreaming, it really has been a lucid dream.
the problem is that you made a very common beginner-mistake: you lost lucidity pretty quickly again, because you didn't boost your awareness enough.
remember: whenever you become lucid, the first thing you should do is to
- stay calm (from my personal experience: don't close your eyes! when i tried to open them i accidently opened my real eyes)
- stabilize the dream by rubbing your hands together
- further stabilization by becoming more aware of your surroundings (look at stuff, try to make out details)
- reality checks (they also help becoming more aware)
- damand "clarity now!" (you can literally talk to your dream and tell it to become more vivid)
- don't forget to regularly remind yourself that this is a dream (not only in the beginning!)
if you don't care much for stabilization and proceed to running around and doing things, you'll eventually lose lucidity again, leaving you with a ordinary dream.
i hope my answer was helpful!
ares25 wrote:i dont like him and wouldn't kiss him ever, so i know that wasn't me controlling
something i didn't mention in my previous post: lucidity doesn't necessarily mean 100% control. it doesn't really mean control anyway.
to be lucid simply means that you KNOW that this is a dream.
which means a lucid dream can keep going as a regular dream, but with the difference that you are aware of it. it's like observing the dream without interaction (i guess that's what you meant).
in the end it's up to you.
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