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Possible to be an architect of a dream?

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Re: Possible to be an architect of a dream?

Postby Ryan » 16 Feb 2012 03:42

Jack Reacher wrote:Also im wondering if it is possible to pick up a lucid dream where you left it off the next night? Its kind of like that lucid workshop topic, only I want to make it into a mansion that has doors as portals to other dreamscapes.

I have heard of people doing this, but I don't believe I can recall a time when I've done it personally.

I can usually get into the same lucid dream a few seconds after coming out of it, but that's about the extent of it for me so far.
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Re: Possible to be an architect of a dream?

Postby James » 02 Mar 2012 17:13

Jack Reacher wrote:Also im wondering if it is possible to pick up a lucid dream where you left it off the next night? Its kind of like that lucid workshop topic, only I want to make it into a mansion that has doors as portals to other dreamscapes.

I think that is a DEILD
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