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giving power of flight to items.

Postby dreamerinmiami » 26 Nov 2013 04:56

I read in a book that if you have trouble flying in an LD to give the power to an item that you're holding. I can never fly so in one LD I saw a toy car and said this will help me fly nothing happened. Last night I had another LD where I had a sock and said this sock has the power of flight and I took off. Only for a few seconds though then fell back down. :( ..

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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby HAGART » 26 Nov 2013 05:10

Actually, it does work. But the tool has to be something that can fly. Socks don't fly! Kites do. Hot air balloons, even a paper airplane might work! It helps get over a mental block or mental barrier.

I once called 'Nimbus', the flying cloud Goku uses in Dragon Ball Z. (Just my own tool I tried once).
It didn't look the same and was just an orange spot light that shown in on the ground in the night where I was lucid dreaming, but when I stood in the circle I was able to fly. I just believed it could help me and it did. I only levitated and moved around from a standing position, but it worked. It helped me get over it, and kick that 'nay-sayer-attitude' that always makes me fall back again.

But this other time I summoned a go-kart! It was just a dinky remote control car, but when I stood on it, (not feeling it, but just in the same place), I was then able to scoot around in a sitting position and drive around. I didn't actually see the car anymore, but was moving from a sitting position, hovering inches above the street, using a pretend steering wheel. I even shot some rockets out the front like a video game and it was great fun.

I become a kid in dreams! 8-) And why fly when you can drive? I recommend go-karting or motorcycling in dreams!

But either way, TOOLS HELP! Ask and hopefully they come. But it helps if they make a somewhat logical sense for their purpose. It helps you believe it will work.
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby dreamerinmiami » 26 Nov 2013 05:35

Hey you're right. Ill try and summon items that are meant for flight and also things that are meant for motion to have fun. Thanks!

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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby erichsa » 26 Nov 2013 20:40

[quote][/quote]I become a kid in dreams! 8-) And why fly when you can drive? I recommend go-karting or motorcycling in dreams!

HAGART seams not like flying, I again love flying. (No accounting for tastes :lol: ) For me to stand on an abyss and just step without hesitation in to the void I saviour as it sets me free, and I don't have to walk with the other people up a steep mountain road, but fly. I advanced by now that once in a while I teach dream people how to fly, and that all in clear dreams. The dreams unfolds and I am an actor but not director. I do a fair amount of driving cars, and walking, but often while walking I just lift up a bit and fly along. Any how each to his preference, and dreamerinmiami have fun in your dreams. :)
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby HAGART » 26 Nov 2013 21:03

I was thinking more about this.
I think it would be fun to fly, belly down, but just barely skim the ground or water. I think my fear of heights is what pulls me back down, but just skimming the ground would be great fun!

I'll try summoning one of those snow sled saucers because I know the feeling in real life of going down a hill, belly down, face inches from the ground. And knowing how it feels in real life could make it more vivid too.

Then I could practice going higher and tilting my pitch. I would one day like to fly through a city in a lucid dream and zig-zag through all the buildings, feel wind in my hair, and sun on my back. It's something worth practicing. I probably just don't know what I'm missing because my flying abilities have always been disappointing for me.
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby lucidinthe sky » 27 Nov 2013 05:56

HAGART wrote:And why fly when you can drive? I recommend go-karting or motorcycling in dreams!


Unfortunately, I don't drive because I can't drive while lucid. :( Flying is easy, but I wish driving were as easy. I do it in non-lucid dreams, but not never when lucid. That's a real challenge and one of my goals for LD.
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby dreamerinmiami » 27 Nov 2013 14:46

Thanks for your replies everyone. Hey Hagart I had an LD this morning and summoned a kite and it worked! It lifted me high up over roofs :D

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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby HAGART » 28 Nov 2013 00:10

lucidinthe sky wrote:Unfortunately, I don't drive because I can't drive while lucid. :( Flying is easy, but I wish driving were as easy. I do it in non-lucid dreams, but not never when lucid. That's a real challenge and one of my goals for LD.


Well, when I 'drove' I just sat on the ground and started moving, using a fake steering wheel.

Twice I drove an actual car in a lucid dream, but that was only because I became lucid in a DILD when I was already in the car. It's fun. Just put your foot on the pedal and go. I tried to crash, but I just passed through the other cars. I even jumped out the door while it was still moving and started to run so I wouldn't fall. It's important to keep touching things in the car and looking around, so you don't get mesmerized by the visuals and lose yourself in it, and forget you are in a car.

I saw a guy on a motorcycle once in a dream and shot him with my finger. (Like a child with a 'finger gun'). Pew! Pew! and the guy was dead. (He was chasing me to begin with so it was self defense, and there was no gore involved). I took his bike and rode it. It had buttons and dials, not like a real one, but it worked and I was even amazed by how I had to tilt to make it turn.

dreamerinmiami wrote:Hey Hagart I had an LD this morning and summoned a kite and it worked! It lifted me high up over roofs

I thought it would. I should try it again sometime, and a kite sounds like it would work well.
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby R99 » 28 Nov 2013 04:34

Hey, HAGART, did u really drove a car with a manual gears in LD? i tried it many times , but i dont know y, i cant master real time gear shifts. Any ideas.?? i can drive a car without gear in LD but wen i try to use gear, car always makes funny noise and brakes down. :(
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Re: giving power of flight to items.

Postby HAGART » 29 Nov 2013 01:08

No, just gas pedal and a steering wheel.
I didn't even think of using the breaks either!

And if you want to reverse, just look behind and you'll go that way. No need to change gears. (I only reversed when I was non-lucid though). That was how I became lucid in this particular dream. I was reversing and I accidentally went through a fence and just passed through without any noise. I then realized I was dreaming, and just put the pedal to the metal, and had some fun driving. I didn't use any gear shift, and don't drive stick in real life either.
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