My first serious lucid dream

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Ender_brine
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My first serious lucid dream

Postby Ender_brine » 14 Apr 2013 22:02

Ok so I've had three lucid dreams, but this recent one was the first one that actually got somewhere. Here's what happened:

Kk so I started out in my room at my house (although it was different…I can't put my finger on it) it was nice and sunny out, so I went to my garage to go outside. I saw my dad and we talked a bit. He too me to go brush my teeth, so I went into the bathroom. But when I saw the mirror, it kinda rippled. So I put my hand in it, and the glass became liquid and splashed on the floor. That's when I knew it was a dream! I went back into the garage, and I saw my dad. I smiled cause I knew he wasn't real. He walked past me, and right after he was past me, I turned around. He suddenly was like 10 feet behind me. Anyway. So then I look at my hands. They're awful, the fingers are short and pruny, and the nailed are stubby an black. I'm almost scared into waking, but then I remember to rub my hands together (this can prolong a lucid dream) it works, and I continue into my driveway. Then I remember I have to ask my subconscious some questions (I've been needing a lucid dream so I can ask my subconscious what my dream job and dream hobby is…I read that your subconscious mind can answer these things) so I decide to ask it in the form of a psychiatrist. So I yell "Let there be a psychiatrist!" And suddenly a guy in a doctors suit is in front of me. He's ugly, so I yell "no, I want a hot one!" He turns into a woman. Frustrated, I yell "no! I want a hot MAN!" Finally my brain gets it right. So me and this guy start walking down my street (my dream world is creepily similar to my real world) a flyer for a carwash hits my face. I'm about to throw it out, then I remember that it's a dream. So I just throw it on the ground. Then I take my iPhone and chuck it at the ground. It shatters. Then I smile and wave my hand over it. The shards reform into my phone again. Anyway, we are still walking, when I remember to ask him my questions. Then I suddenly wonder what it'd be like to have my super old dog Coco seem young in my dream (I wanted to see her like she was 5 years ago) so I think about her, and she appears. But then the world starts shaking, and the sky tears in half, and a huge alarm clock comes out through it. My dog and psychiatrist poof away, and the while worlds colors seem to melt away, then I wake up to my alarm clock. Dafuq

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~All men, whilst they are awake, are in one common world...but each of them, when he is asleep, is in a world of his own.~
--Plutarch

LucidLink
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Re: My first serious lucid dream

Postby LucidLink » 14 Apr 2013 23:17

Ender_brine wrote:Ok so I've had three lucid dreams, but this recent one was the first one that actually got somewhere. Here's what happened:

Kk so I started out in my room at my house (although it was different…I can't put my finger on it) it was nice and sunny out, so I went to my garage to go outside. I saw my dad and we talked a bit. He too me to go brush my teeth, so I went into the bathroom. But when I saw the mirror, it kinda rippled. So I put my hand in it, and the glass became liquid and splashed on the floor. That's when I knew it was a dream! I went back into the garage, and I saw my dad. I smiled cause I knew he wasn't real. He walked past me, and right after he was past me, I turned around. He suddenly was like 10 feet behind me. Anyway. So then I look at my hands. They're awful, the fingers are short and pruny, and the nailed are stubby an black. I'm almost scared into waking, but then I remember to rub my hands together (this can prolong a lucid dream) it works, and I continue into my driveway. Then I remember I have to ask my subconscious some questions (I've been needing a lucid dream so I can ask my subconscious what my dream job and dream hobby is…I read that your subconscious mind can answer these things) so I decide to ask it in the form of a psychiatrist. So I yell "Let there be a psychiatrist!" And suddenly a guy in a doctors suit is in front of me. He's ugly, so I yell "no, I want a hot one!" He turns into a woman. Frustrated, I yell "no! I want a hot MAN!" Finally my brain gets it right. So me and this guy start walking down my street (my dream world is creepily similar to my real world) a flyer for a carwash hits my face. I'm about to throw it out, then I remember that it's a dream. So I just throw it on the ground. Then I take my iPhone and chuck it at the ground. It shatters. Then I smile and wave my hand over it. The shards reform into my phone again. Anyway, we are still walking, when I remember to ask him my questions. Then I suddenly wonder what it'd be like to have my super old dog Coco seem young in my dream (I wanted to see her like she was 5 years ago) so I think about her, and she appears. But then the world starts shaking, and the sky tears in half, and a huge alarm clock comes out through it. My dog and psychiatrist poof away, and the while worlds colors seem to melt away, then I wake up to my alarm clock. Dafuq

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Ah yes, alarm clocks are indeed the bane of Lucid dreams. But congratulations on a major sucsess! Don't let the fact that you woke up early bother you, it sounds like a great dream :)

When wanting to know about your dream job and what not, it is far better for you to ask the dream directly. Trust me ;)

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Ender_brine
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Re: My first serious lucid dream

Postby Ender_brine » 14 Apr 2013 23:45

LucidLink wrote:
Ender_brine wrote:Ok so I've had three lucid dreams, but this recent one was the first one that actually got somewhere. Here's what happened:

Kk so I started out in my room at my house (although it was different…I can't put my finger on it) it was nice and sunny out, so I went to my garage to go outside. I saw my dad and we talked a bit. He too me to go brush my teeth, so I went into the bathroom. But when I saw the mirror, it kinda rippled. So I put my hand in it, and the glass became liquid and splashed on the floor. That's when I knew it was a dream! I went back into the garage, and I saw my dad. I smiled cause I knew he wasn't real. He walked past me, and right after he was past me, I turned around. He suddenly was like 10 feet behind me. Anyway. So then I look at my hands. They're awful, the fingers are short and pruny, and the nailed are stubby an black. I'm almost scared into waking, but then I remember to rub my hands together (this can prolong a lucid dream) it works, and I continue into my driveway. Then I remember I have to ask my subconscious some questions (I've been needing a lucid dream so I can ask my subconscious what my dream job and dream hobby is…I read that your subconscious mind can answer these things) so I decide to ask it in the form of a psychiatrist. So I yell "Let there be a psychiatrist!" And suddenly a guy in a doctors suit is in front of me. He's ugly, so I yell "no, I want a hot one!" He turns into a woman. Frustrated, I yell "no! I want a hot MAN!" Finally my brain gets it right. So me and this guy start walking down my street (my dream world is creepily similar to my real world) a flyer for a carwash hits my face. I'm about to throw it out, then I remember that it's a dream. So I just throw it on the ground. Then I take my iPhone and chuck it at the ground. It shatters. Then I smile and wave my hand over it. The shards reform into my phone again. Anyway, we are still walking, when I remember to ask him my questions. Then I suddenly wonder what it'd be like to have my super old dog Coco seem young in my dream (I wanted to see her like she was 5 years ago) so I think about her, and she appears. But then the world starts shaking, and the sky tears in half, and a huge alarm clock comes out through it. My dog and psychiatrist poof away, and the while worlds colors seem to melt away, then I wake up to my alarm clock. Dafuq

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Ah yes, alarm clocks are indeed the bane of Lucid dreams. But congratulations on a major sucsess! Don't let the fact that you woke up early bother you, it sounds like a great dream :)

When wanting to know about your dream job and what not, it is far better for you to ask the dream directly. Trust me ;)

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So instead of conjuring someone to talk to, I should just shout out my questions to my subconscious mind?

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~All men, whilst they are awake, are in one common world...but each of them, when he is asleep, is in a world of his own.~
--Plutarch

LucidLink
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Re: My first serious lucid dream

Postby LucidLink » 15 Apr 2013 01:54

Ender_brine wrote:
LucidLink wrote:
Ender_brine wrote:Ok so I've had three lucid dreams, but this recent one was the first one that actually got somewhere. Here's what happened:

Kk so I started out in my room at my house (although it was different…I can't put my finger on it) it was nice and sunny out, so I went to my garage to go outside. I saw my dad and we talked a bit. He too me to go brush my teeth, so I went into the bathroom. But when I saw the mirror, it kinda rippled. So I put my hand in it, and the glass became liquid and splashed on the floor. That's when I knew it was a dream! I went back into the garage, and I saw my dad. I smiled cause I knew he wasn't real. He walked past me, and right after he was past me, I turned around. He suddenly was like 10 feet behind me. Anyway. So then I look at my hands. They're awful, the fingers are short and pruny, and the nailed are stubby an black. I'm almost scared into waking, but then I remember to rub my hands together (this can prolong a lucid dream) it works, and I continue into my driveway. Then I remember I have to ask my subconscious some questions (I've been needing a lucid dream so I can ask my subconscious what my dream job and dream hobby is…I read that your subconscious mind can answer these things) so I decide to ask it in the form of a psychiatrist. So I yell "Let there be a psychiatrist!" And suddenly a guy in a doctors suit is in front of me. He's ugly, so I yell "no, I want a hot one!" He turns into a woman. Frustrated, I yell "no! I want a hot MAN!" Finally my brain gets it right. So me and this guy start walking down my street (my dream world is creepily similar to my real world) a flyer for a carwash hits my face. I'm about to throw it out, then I remember that it's a dream. So I just throw it on the ground. Then I take my iPhone and chuck it at the ground. It shatters. Then I smile and wave my hand over it. The shards reform into my phone again. Anyway, we are still walking, when I remember to ask him my questions. Then I suddenly wonder what it'd be like to have my super old dog Coco seem young in my dream (I wanted to see her like she was 5 years ago) so I think about her, and she appears. But then the world starts shaking, and the sky tears in half, and a huge alarm clock comes out through it. My dog and psychiatrist poof away, and the while worlds colors seem to melt away, then I wake up to my alarm clock. Dafuq

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Ah yes, alarm clocks are indeed the bane of Lucid dreams. But congratulations on a major sucsess! Don't let the fact that you woke up early bother you, it sounds like a great dream :)

When wanting to know about your dream job and what not, it is far better for you to ask the dream directly. Trust me ;)

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So instead of conjuring someone to talk to, I should just shout out my questions to my subconscious mind?

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Basically yes. Just ignore the dream characters and setting. Focus your intent and shout out your question to your lucid dream. I also reccomend asking the awareness behind the dream to see something amazing ;) if you do try that, post your experience about it on my topic show me something amazing!

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Re: My first serious lucid dream

Postby taniaaust1 » 15 Apr 2013 08:56

What a cool LD esp for your third :D
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