Bad eyesight

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kakes 411
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Bad eyesight

Postby kakes 411 » 31 Dec 2011 06:06

Dunno if this is in the right subforum, but here goes:

Every now and then, I'll wake up, still half asleep, and then fall asleep and enter a lucid dream. And this whole "Bad eyesight" thing applies for both awake and asleep. When I am half asleep, my eyesight is just...weird. I cant explain it, but I just don't see right. Not that it's a problem, I'm just wondering why.

And as for the asleep part:

This happened the other day, I was in a famous Las Vegas casino in which I had somehow been able to afford a room for me and a few friends. And so I see this girl, and I think, "Wow, she looks really realistic, for a dream" Then I think, "Oh yea I'm dreaming, aren't I?" (MAJOR DERP) And so after a while, my eyesight is like it would be if you were really tired. Blurry, cross-eyed, and eyelids half-closed. It keeps getting worse, and I'm all afraid, and I'm hearing voices, to I'm trying to find my way to a balcony so I can jump off and wake up, and I can't do anything, and I wake up.

I'm 12, and have been having lucid dreams for many years, but I just found out about the practice of them.

(Used to call them "dreams where you know you're dreaming")

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Re: Bad eyesight

Postby jamjam » 31 Dec 2011 17:13

I'm not sure about the eyesight thing, but while you're dreaming I suspect you forgot to stabilize the dream. Try by Rebecca Turner.

Good luck!

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lucidinthe sky
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Re: Bad eyesight

Postby lucidinthe sky » 31 Dec 2011 17:45

I'm wondering if the dreams with blurry vision are not deep sleep dreams, but they the early stages. During WILDs I've been noticing that there are different levels of dreams, they vary in brightness, color vs. black and white, sharpness, 2 or 3 dimensions, even transparency. The deeper I go, the better the dream quality. I had one yesterday morning that was blurry, but I know I wasn't in very deep sleep. I find this level of dreams easier to become lucid with, but not deep enough to be stable.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world? Morpheus

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