Later in another dream, someone introduced himself to me, shook my hand and walked away. His arm stretched as he walked away and kept a grip on my hand. I thought "O.K. that's obviously a dream." checked my hand and it was changing the number of fingers, getting distorted, etc. A DC is next to me and so I explain that this is a dream and just look at my fingers. "Can you see that?" The DC says, "Well, my eyes aren't really that good, I can't see what you are talking about." Then I said, "O.K. fine, you know what? That's just another sign that this is dream, you DCs are always denying everything so I know now for sure that this a dream." Need some DCs that are more interesting. These characters are almost worse than zombies, they just don't get it.
The way I had to fly in this dream was to jump real high and glide and flap my arms haha! It was hysterical but very fun! Just that feeling of flying was such an awesome experience. I rarely have flying dreams.
Later, during the dream I lost lucidity and was going on my computer to Google which had something like a "maps" tab where you could enter a location and you would start with a view at ground level like "street view", then be able to move up vertically from there watching the view below change as you went. Then you could fly at any altitude and see the view below. I was trying to remember the location where I had flown from to enter it into the computer, but woke up.
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Summerlander wrote: Often, I communicate with dream people whilst rubbing my hands. Too much engagement can also be a trap for mindlessness. Get away briefly if you have to in order to gather yourself and as you maintain sensations alive remind yourself that you are dreaming. This will help you to maintain a high level of consciousness while dreaming.
I tried this last night during a long LD which I was able to keep going for quite a while using hand rubbing, expecially while talking to DCs. It worked quite well. I spoke with one DC who walked around with me for most of dream. We spoke at length but can't remember much of the conversation. I resisted as long as possible but eventually just had to talk about dreams, can't help myself Took it slow this time though, started out just asking him if he remembers dreams and then eventually got into lucid dreams, but kept rubbing my hands whenever things started fading. It's funny because I asked him if he knew what lucid dreams were and he said something like "You shouldn't be talking about that." Can't resist telling DCs that they are in my dream, maybe it's hoping they will help me believe it's a dream because it's really so hard for me to believe it.
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