First lucid dream SO messed up!

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markuskk
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First lucid dream SO messed up!

Postby markuskk » 10 Mar 2015 04:38

I have tried to take a brake from lucid dreaming lately. But i still think ever night that it would be cool to have one!

Tonight i ha one. My first. Totally random. Have not tried to LD since august 2014 (ca). And today. One week befor my birthday i had one. (Best birthday gift ever!)

So over to the dream.
I was on a road trip with my class (i work btw. Done with school a year ago) to a random city. There were people there who never was in my class. But just friends. We got to the hotel. And i found something strange in my pockets. I took it up and it was candy. I saw out the window from a roof hiiigh up in the skyes. I saw two police offisers who was biking (police is one of my dream sights). Then we were gonna go out with the class in a new buss. When i walked down i found something new in my pocket! I could not take it up, bevause it was security guards there, and i had no idea what i had in there.

I got out, fine. They did not search me. And i was standing out there. And two 'badass' guys where there from my class, and asked if i wanted to go and take a beer. I said no and walked in the buss.

We started to drive. I had a great time with my friends! Then i said to them "some strange thinks has happend to me, found some weird things in my pockets" my friends said it was pretty strange indeed!

They asked what it was. I had not taken out what i had found earlier. And it was more candy! A different kind though. We ate it. All of the sudden a random girl is trying to take her moth around my head. I said "nooo! Stop! Get away!" Then the buss stoppes. And the drives didn't drive before we had calmed down. We could be killed if we where on the wrong place in the buss

(Then i get this weir feeling, it was a bit scary)

The girl wanst a human. Or she was, but a pretty scary one with a big mouth. When i turned around a nother girl was standing there. First time she was in the dream. She was a girl i have seen before at my school. She was stearing at me, with a scary look in her eye. I asked her "you have not been here before. You came now? Right?" She answerd "that is correct"
That moment i said out loud "THEN THIS IS A DREAM!"

And all was switched out and i was in a daaark room! I was sure this was a dream. I was awake and dreaming. I could think and see things. I moved slowly, like i was in water. Then i hear this voice answeruing what i've just said "no, this is JESUS" and i freaked out!

Things started to fade away. But i thought to my selfe "focus on the picture on the wall!" And i did. It came back. I was still pretty scared. And then i was in my ladys room. But i vould not turn around, i was stearing in the white wall. I knew she was sleeping behind me. I tried to move but i couldn't. Then injust eanted to wake up. And i did! When i woke up i could not move my body! But i tried to lift my feet up. And i did it.

I was awake! I had so much adrenalin pumping through my waynes. And i thought to my selfe "what the fast did i just do?!"
The first thing i did was write it down here while listening to Jimi Hendrix.

I'm wide awake! And i'm happy i had my first dream. It's the middle of the night and i have to get up in three hours. But i'm happy it happend. I hope some of you guys could respond to what i just wrote here. What i can do next time this happends or just something! Haha. Sorry if there is some weir words in the text. Writing a long text on an iphone is not the easoest thing to do for me lol.

From a soon to be 18 years olf guy from norway who just had he's first Lucid dream!

(I may have posted the same one 30 minits ago. But i didn't find it. So i just post it again :p )

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Re: First lucid dream SO messed up!

Postby taniaaust1 » 10 Mar 2015 14:02

Things started to fade away. But i thought to my selfe "focus on the picture on the wall!" And i did. It came back.


Congrats.. you did well thinking to get the dream back. Obviously you've taken in the info you must of read on doing things like this in the past so got the benefit of that.

I really suggest to have a LD goal in mind for the next time you find yourself in a LD. There is also the possibly you may be in a good patch for doing these if you want give a go at having LDs again, you may be more successful with this now.
The only thing to fear is the fear itself

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Re: First lucid dream SO messed up!

Postby Allyk47 » 11 Mar 2015 04:50

The best thing you can do is STICK WITH IT!! Keep researching. Google and the forums are great resources. Helped me a lot.

Don't make it another year without trying. You have to try every single night. You're sleeping at night whether you're trying to LD or not, so you might as well make use of your sleepytimez. Worth it. So worth it.

Just make it your goal to try the techniques every night for a month. Come on. Idk about you, but -I- can do ANYTHING for a MONTH! 30 days. It's not that hard. Just dedicate yourself for that short while.

I used to dabble in LDing when I was much much younger. And like you, gave up on it for some time. Now I've gotten back into it. Almost two months in, now. And within my first month, I had my first LD on night 3 or 4.... and subsequently had 7 more LDs within that first month. Granted, only a couple were actually lengthy and quality enough for me to manipulate the elements in the dream for more than a sec or two.... but 8 total dreams where I at least had that crucial initial moment of "I'm dreaming." and gone from there.

It gets easier as you go. It's not enough to just know how to LD, any more than it is enough to know how to do a pull up. You truly do have to train your mind just as an athlete has to train their body. It is the same thing. You can be the biggest expert on all the techniques and know exactly how to do them, but until you condition your mind&body to realize "I am supposed to be conscious during my sleep", it's meaningless. Dreams are all about the subconscious. So its only fair that you have to train your subconscious, not just the conscious. Keep at it.


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