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Really seeking an answer to this

Postby Lucidguy97 » 19 Jan 2017 14:57

Is it possible to change physical appearance in waking life through lucid dreams? For example gain/lose weight, grow taller, change eye or hair color etc? Any answer will be highly appreciated

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Postby dizzyuluru » 19 Jan 2017 23:51

I wouldn't think so, considering those are all physical changes.
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Postby Summerlander » 20 Jan 2017 02:28

There is talk of a lucid dreaming diet wherein craving for fatty foods and confectionery is allayed by only consuming such comestibles in lucid dreams and avoiding the real counterparts. :ugeek:

Needless to say, in time, your body would change through weight loss. This would be directly caused by your avoidance of certain types of food in waking life as influenced by gormandising yourself in lucid dreams.

But there is no way to make yourself taller through lucid dreaming (especially if you've stopped growing). You cannot change eye or hair colour either. Lucid dreams are mental in nature---their influence can only be subliminal. :geek:
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Postby sld128 » 24 Jan 2017 22:51

I have heard of a possibility to do so. For instance, if you wanted to gain muscle, you would weightlift in your dreams, BUT you would have to make a conscious effort. You have to know your limits instead of just benching 6000 pounds. You would also have to do this activity in waking life.

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