Lightjuka wrote:I had a dream where i took a bus, and there was some misters and mistress, in suits or gowns, brother with my mother which in the dream was Marge Simpson (I fell asleep watching them). Then the bus was going downstairs... I felt all my body trembling as if i was in a bike, wait, i was in a bike and i looked back and there the bus was! My father said the bike connects to the bus (Dreams are weird huh?) and i said: Am i dreaming? I was but it was so vivid, so real, i though i was not, i tried to make an energy ball (One of the many things i would love to do) but i failed. Some girls were playing and one hit the face on the ground, i helped her and i heard, WAKE UP! It was my mother, waking me up in real life, i had to cut my hair... I use the MILD technique and in that day i used the WBTB which really sounds to work, i never had a LD so here it is my question, how close i was to becoming lucid?
You ALMOST had the awareness.
You mention asking yourself "Am I dreaming?"... great first step, you ALMOST had it. If you had gone from questioning yourself to ANSWERING yourself... "Am I dreaming? ... I AM DREAMING!", then yes, I would have said you were projecting. Until that point you still had what I call a "dream awareness".
Once you get to that "I AM DREAMING!" point, you'd have at the very least a lucid awareness... but you also said that everything was so vivid and real. You were so on the verge...
The vivid and realness that people mention in relation to projections is that you're becoming consciously aware. It's like the opposite of when you feel super tired or even really drunk while physical... this physical reality feels dreamy at that point. The opposite is true for the non-physical.
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