Tackling Bad Weather in Lucid Dreams

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Summerlander
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Tackling Bad Weather in Lucid Dreams

Postby Summerlander » 27 Oct 2013 23:36

I have been having many involuntary DILDs lately and have been enjoying flying. This morning I was lucid dreaming and came across a turbulent dark sky. I was afraid of losing myself in charcoal-black clouds and of being struck by lightning...

But then I said to myself, "It's just a dream! It can't possibly harm me." With this I decided to make the clouds go away. And they did, but very slowly. It makes me think that the initial fear and a slight doubt slowed the process down.

There have been other times when I have been more confidence and got faster results...

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Re: Tackling Bad Weather in Lucid Dreams

Postby Peter » 28 Oct 2013 00:06

I was afraid of losing myself in charcoal-black clouds and of being struck by lightning...


Just go with it, a couple of years back one of my dream goals was to get inside a thunder storm and play with lightening and I did just that. I got zapped and let it run through me and I held lightening in my hands and felt the full force of the energy inside the storm clouds.
It was a very good experience so give it a go
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Re: Tackling Bad Weather in Lucid Dreams

Postby Summerlander » 28 Oct 2013 16:49

That sounds cool. I've never yried it before. I think I will give it a go. Lucid dreaming is great for turning something fearsome into a pleasant and cool experience.

I'll definitely try that and grow some cojones! ;-)

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