Walking on a dirt road, open landscape with a few trees. Checked my hands: 2 1/2 fingers. Turned around and saw one DC in one direction and a large crowd at an intersection ahead. I headed for the crowd and they waited for me. On the way I was so excited and amazed at the realistic scenery, everything is in such detail, colors. Wow! So cool. Reached up and grabbed some low hanging tree branches running my hand through a spider web which felt exactly like the real thing, freaked me out a little having it all wrapped around my hand so I wiped it off and kept going to the crowd. Introduced myself and told them they were all in my dream. They laughed and shook their heads saying things like "no way", "you're crazy", etc. Then we all turned at the intersection and walked together. Everything slowly started going dark, but all the conversations continued at the same volume and clarity until everything was gone.
It's very interesting because often during HI I start with darkness and the sounds come first, then visuals last. This was the reverse, visuals go first then the sound.
I've been putting lot's of effort in this last week and had 3 LDs in a week. The effort really pays off so I recommend it to everyone.
I find that rubbing hands for at least ten seconds, blowing on them and really focusing on all the possible sensations with passion is far more effective than say rubbing hands for only two seconds and for the sake of appearances. Oneironauts ought to do things like they really want to if they want to remain in the dream world for a good amount of time.
I love blowing on hands in dark dream space btw. I can often magically paint a dream reality all around me with a peculiar stream of hot air from my mouth.
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HAGART wrote:You can remain perfectly lucid and yet lose that 3D virtual environment at times. And I think even the most experienced lucid dreamer would have this happen to them from time to time.
So far, every time I get to that point I just give up and wake myself up. Next time I'm going to try to get through that (hopefully remember what you are saying).
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