A Specific Feeling

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Barbara
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A Specific Feeling

Postby Barbara » 28 May 2014 10:23

Hello!

I was wondering... Is there any, like, a specific feeling in a lucid dream? I have already had my first lucid dream and I wrote it down and it was awesome and all, but I do not remember that I felt some kind of a specific feeling. I guess it is because I knew that I should not get to excited to stay lucid.

If there IS a specific feeling, please describe it. It would help me (I hope), because I did not have another lucid dream and I really want to.

+ Is it normal that I only had one lucid dream, which was two months ago, and since then, for some unknown reason, I can not achieve it again? It makes me sad.

P.S.
Sorry if I have grammar mistakes, English is not my first language!

Thank you!

Barbara

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Re: A Specific Feeling

Postby Barbara » 28 May 2014 21:17

Thank you very much for answering! :D I like your example with the SpongeBob. :lol: Thank you for reminding me of that episode! I am smiling now. :D

Barbara

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Re: A Specific Feeling

Postby HAGART » 29 May 2014 05:44

I never saw that SpongeBob episode before. It was very clever and get's into the minds of everyone and reveals their true selves and inner desires. And does relate to lucid dreaming because SpongeBob was lucid.

His child-like, free spirited personality is a great approach to becoming a lucid dreamer. I feel sorry for Squidward. :cry: Even in his dreams he won't be happy.
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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Re: A Specific Feeling

Postby HAGART » 30 May 2014 06:09

Invade mine, I don't care. I've seen and done it all, and only those who see my dream will be offended... not me. 8-) [Enter at your own risk!] :twisted: :lol:

It's been awhile, but the names of the characters are coming back to me. Yes, Gary was a true lucid dreamer genius although his appearance in real life says otherwise. And Patrick is still Patrick. I think he was lucid too, but too dim-witted to realize he didn't need a quarter. (Cartoons can be brilliant and poetic). I've been 'semi-lucid' before too and it's a good analogy, and my own interpretation.

I don't get it to go the way I want to and feel I need a 'quarter' to get back on the ride.....
If we all lucid dreamed this world would be a better place.

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Re: A Specific Feeling

Postby obi__juan » 02 Jun 2014 06:42

Dream Sharing, is an ancient practice just as Lucid Dreaming and Astral Projection are. I know many people here are skeptical about their existence but as a seasoned participant in both, I can tell you with absolute certainty the realness of them. However, in this thread there seems to be a misconception that dream sharing can occur between two people who are strangers to one another. When one sets out to share a dream there are three things he must have. The first is the knowledge of the persons name, the second is at least a general knowing of the person with whom the name is associated with, and lastly, a general recollection of the persons physical attributes. While Dream Walking one must first become lucid and then firmly hold an image of the person with whom they wish to share a dream with. Then with that image firmly in mind, one must use some sort of visulazation technique to make the transfer. The more you intamatley know the person, the easier this transfer is. It is close to impossible to dream share with a person from this forum that you have never met in real life. Just sayin


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