Tell us about your first lucid dream - and your latest. We want all the juicy details. Also share results of dream challenge experiments.
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when I slept I had a dream with very trippy stuff like always but even worse like a metal obelisk with duckfaces coming out of it and moving and growing. But I saw a friend of my class who is kind of a nolifer maybe not that bad but the dream chooses not me so I wanted to go to him put my arm around his neck and say change your life and I jumped and everything every obstacle background etc. in the dream sucked up in a tiny vortex in approx 0.5 seconds than I got into a bright colourful place instead of the black dark place and instantly I realised it was a dream all I said was "yay I'm lucid" (the place I went to the colourful one really looked like the railway place in my big lucid dream see my other thread). Actually it was the same but without a railway anyways it was not a 100% lucid dream because I partially felt my body in another place but I also partially felt I was in my bed I thought I was not in a deep sleep and I saw a trippy bus stop I don't remember much but as I thought I didn't sleep very intense I forced myself to open my eyes before I could open it I went through a tunnel of unlocking my eyes (very weird) and I finally opened them I had an awful headache it was 3 am and I forgot to put on my alarm for school and every time when I forget it I get a dream that'll wake me up early it's kinda like when I put my alarm on and I always woke 1 minute earlier than my alarm so anyways this lucid dream only lasted for about 5 seconds it was amazing I will make a drawing about the transition from a normal to a lucid dream by a vortex a dark and a colourful transition with that guy from class in the dark period he disappeared after 3 seconds in my lucid dream
I'm sorry, but I had a lot of trouble following this; seems like it could be interesting though ( some basic punctuation and sentence structure would help make your communications understandable, and perhaps encourage people to read it through).
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