Mine aren't the most interesting, but in one of my dreams there were 3 dogs running around annoying me and I started to get really mad. Then suddenly it triggered in my head "That's not my dog" and started to do a reality check, and realized I was dreaming C:
Another time I was talking with my family in my kitchen and it just occurred to me that my mother was wearing the most ridiculous outfit I've ever seen, and I told her "What the hell are you wearing mum?" and I quickly realized that I was dreaming.
It started as a regular non-lucid, (well, regular, is open to debate after you hear this...)
I felt like I had thread weaved in and out through my teeth like it was floss tangled in my mouth. I tried pulling it out, but it broke and I only got a piece of it. It was not floss, but sewing thread. I tried again, and using my tongue to aid in its removal, I yet again couldn't get it all. Then I realized.....
THIS WILL GO ON FOREVER WON'T IT!
I just somehow knew it was a dream at that point. ( I mean, it should have been obvious, but once I knew, I knew, and didn't need any reality checks. ) I think it was a micro second thought where I realized, this is one of those crazy things in dreams, where no matter how hard you try there will always be more in your way and it will never end.
This is not a typical lucid dream cue, but hey, you asked for the most INTERESTING!
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1. Sometimes, there's this...figure showing up, somewhere some distance away. Not too far away, but not exactly close, either. He's one of my "triggers", so to speak.
2. This one only happened once. I had a false awakening, and I started to take a shower. I turned the water on, but the water didn't turn warm. I shrugged it off and continued. But when I was finished, I stepped out of the shower, looked in the mirror, and noticed that my hair was gone. I was bald. Then it hit me like a brick: This must be a dream!
Sora: You shouldn't call them "ghosts". Sure something seemed a little off but I'm sure they're still my friends
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In another rather vivid dream I had I went outside and started singing (Not very well mind you.), there were lots of cute little white lambs running around. It was quite a nice day, but it seemed like it was too bright outside or something and it felt kinda weird. Anyway, halfway through the song I hear a second voice join in, I looked to my left to see it was the lamb that was singing with me. That's how I became lucid...
Also I had a dream where I was at the beach, (Now that I think about it, I was a middle aged man ) and I was wearing a suit, then I jumped into the ocean and watched myself swim away. I know it's confusing, I'm not even sure what happened, all I know is that is how I became lucid that time.
There have probably been other much funnier things but I'm not in the habit of writing my dreams down and so I often forget...
Highlander wrote:It's curious that, lately, one of the aspects that triggers my lucidity is the overall ambient where i'm in. I mean, prior to do some reality checking, i feel that i'm lighter, the lights are a little blurry yet so vivid, the air is soft, there's not much noise, all is calm. Even if i'm in a city environment. This is the first thing that makes me wonder if i'm dreaming. Only then, i do some reality checking.
i recognise that. Very often i just 'know' it already and just for confirming, i preform a R-check right then.
But it happened to me not so long ago: I was just preforming a R-C out of routine in a very, very, very realistic dream, and it was a negative result, probably because i was too convinced that this wasn't a dream, because of its hyperrealistic atmosphere.
he answers -"...almonds" ??
Instead of testing the physics of the dream, I also ask myself where was I a moment ago?, how did I get here?, and who I am in waking life. (I get amnesia of my self identity in dreams).
This all happens after I already get the sneaking suspicion that it is a dream, but I still need to make absolutely sure before I go and do something crazy and either hurt myself or make a fool of myself.
If your first reality check fails, try another. And above all else, use some logic. It's hard to use logic in a dream which is why most are non lucid, but if you are already 99% of the way there, you are already thinking quite logically, and it can be the final hurdle that makes it fully lucid.
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