Anyway, if I would want to travel to other worlds, I would just use chaos control. Its simple, fast, and pretty handy for going to other places in different times. How about you?
Sora: You shouldn't call them "ghosts". Sure something seemed a little off but I'm sure they're still my friends
xat.com/luciddreamers if anyone wants to use it
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In my case, when I first started, I had come across a lot of misleading literature, which, today, as a more sapient individual with the advantage to retrospect, I can tell thwarted my efforts. So I can easily imagine someone else coming across better instructions and the right enthusiasm and brio from the offset.
I also think lucid dreaming can evoke a wide range of emotions and attitudes dependent on the practitioner's perspectives, beliefs, biases, and inclinations. (Some advantageous, some detrimental to practice as well as practical use.) By the way, do tell me about the positive changes you have observed in you, so far, with the practice of lucid dreaming. (I find this fascinating.)
In essence, lucid dreaming is a tool with which one can luridly communicate with the more abstract side of our minds. The kind of mental abstractionism we come across can help us enormously and shouldn't be considered (as we erroneously tend to do) to be completely irrelevant to our day-to-day lives.
Thanks for sharing!
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