Some of you are lucky and have people in your lives to share it with.
But I hear it time and time again, from most of you, and I am in the same boat... our closest relatives have a deaf ear to what we experience, and I want to share it with them. But they won't listen.
I want to share this 'secret life' with my brothers, and I've been trying to tell them for a few years now that I am a lucid dreamer, but they don't understand.
(I am just venting my frustrations, and I know a lot of you feel the same way sometimes.....)
Let it out!
At least we have each other!
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But here in Portugal, talking about dreams is very common. Mainly amongst women. Lucid dreams are still an unknown subject to most, but i found out that in some psychology classes they have Lucid Dreaming as one of the subjects. Cool.
"No one can be told what the matrix is. You have to see it for yourself."
Such a good lucid dreaming movie and I didn't even know it as a kid!!
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About The Matrix.
I haven't seen it in a while, but there is a part in the movie where one of the guys is eating a steak and he knows it's not real, but it tastes just as good. (The link is a 1 minute clip of that scene) Lucid dreaming is like that sometimes. The illusion is so real at times, and although a dream, they are real life experiences that shape who I am as a person just like any other memory.
It's my 'secret, double life'. I am Clark Kent when awake and Superman in a lucid dream!
To Ace of Spades. It would be great to 'slip them a Mickey' so they can get their 'first taste of that steak', and know what it's like. I won't, but it's funny to think about!
Internet it great, one can find like minds to group up with and talk about things with (before that I used to travel a lot to attend groups of those who experience similar things).
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