So I'm in my room thinking to myself "I am going to lucid dream" I keep repeating this in my brain and then I look down and think, "Why am I eating baby carrots?" I then realized I was dreaming and carried on with it.
Also, when I was leaving my room, I always phase through the window. Since a lot of my LDs start in my room I've gotten good practice at going through objects. But, while I was trying to get out of my room I heard a crash in my living room. I thought absolutely nothing of it at the time. Even when I woke up I didn't even think about it. But when I was talking to my friends about this dream and this part, they were all saying that they would start freaking out if they heard something like that. I then realized how scary it really was and was wondering why I wasn't scared at all.
I haven't had a lucid nightmare yet, but is there a reason why things don't even register in a lucid dream or even after you wake up?
There's of course the other extreme in which a dream can be very emotional and nightmarish. For some reason there isn't much middle ground and emotions are either extreme on one side or the other and not like the middle ground we are familiar with when awake.
I like the former dream I explained. There is little to no fear, and you can explore the dream with a clear mind. (Or at least as clear as it can get).
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