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Lucid Dreaming

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In lucid dreaming, because I am God, I get my infinite power in my dreams. I just need to learn to recognize when I have this power. I just woke up from a 1 minute long lucid dream that was the most vivid dream of my life, it felt like I was really there. I didn't do any reality checks, I just opened up google and searched for porn. After I found the porn I wanted I heard someone, I assume my father, call my name from another room and I immediately woke up. If I ever hear his voice in my dream again I am going to stab him in the face and make him suffer. Any tips for dream stabilization?


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― Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent

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"Any tips for dream stabilization?"

 

CONCENTRATION 

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4 hours ago, MusicalPotato said:

Any tips for dream stabilization?

take... it... slow...

breathe...

stretch...

shake...

let it go...

but go slow...

I recall my 1st lucid dream, lasted like 5 seconds - the excitement was uncontainable! punched some walls and flew real quick in those 5 seconds though... was flying to who knows where to do who knows what... but I woke up :|

 


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wait, was this really a lucid dream? were you aware that you were dreaming? or was it a vivid dream about looking for porn?

and poor daddy... :/

here's a video I made to help you achieve lucid dreams. It's called mnemonic induced lucid dreaming or MILD. The affirmations (or mnemonic phrases) will program your subconscious to help you achieve a lucid dream. Listen to it as you drift off to sleep, or throughout the day for programming.  Adjust the volume to a point where you  can hear the guide, but is comfortable enough to drift off to sleep. 

 

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6 minutes ago, SoonHei said:

@seeking_brilliance that's yo channel bro?

 

also. you a pro at lucid dreaming? got any wonky dreams posted here on the forum.

send link if you have.

tanks.

and subbed <3

 

yep, my channel.  So glad you like it!   No I'm not a pro by any means... I have a heavy interest and moderate success, but not enough dedication to make it happen as regular as I'd like. That's why I created these videos because a large part of Lucid induction is meditation and affirmations, and I don't have the discipline for that!!!  

I probably have dream reports scattered around here but not sure where any would be particularly.. But i've been considering starting a dream journal on here. 


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22 minutes ago, seeking_brilliance said:

wait, was this really a lucid dream? were you aware that you were dreaming? or was it a vivid dream about looking for porn?

and poor daddy... :/

here's a video I made to help you achieve lucid dreams. It's called mnemonic induced lucid dreaming or MILD. The affirmations (or mnemonic phrases) will program your subconscious to help you achieve a lucid dream. Listen to it as you drift off to sleep, or throughout the day for programming.  Adjust the volume to a point where you  can hear the guide, but is comfortable enough to drift off to sleep. 

 

I knew I WAS DREAMING but I did not a single reality check. I had my laptop in front of me and opened a website to look at pornography of someone I admire that I have never seen naked. I saw bits and pieces and as I took my dick out (it was bigger lol) my dad called me from another room and I immediately woke up, I was pissed at him lol. I have had one lucid dream before this in 7th grade, I was interested in lucid dreaming then too, and when I realized it was a dream I felt my body and then an escape screen like a video game came up and I stared at it until I awoke. 

My second dream last night was just as short and not as clear. I realized it was a dream and got up, went to the kitchen, filled with snacks, and took some. I turned around and saw my guardian and her family, my 6 year old brother was asleep with a cookie hanging halfway out of his mouth lol, then I saw my guardian who looked at me weird and I woke up.

My dad is getting stabbed in the face only if he shows up, if he stays out of my mind we will have no further interaction.


“It is said that your life flashes before your eyes just before you die. That is true, it's called Life.”
― Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent

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@SoonHei I just finished the audio for a WBTB induction (Wake Back to Bed) which I think will be my favorite one yet. Just have to convert it to a video for youtube.  Also, check out my other videos on the channel.  The incubation videos are fully immersive highly detailed visualization exercises to help induce (or incubate) that type of dream.  I also like to call them "imagination vacations" because they really do take you to another place. Would love your feedback! 


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Done! 

Guided WBTB
Detailed instructions on youtube page
~Sweet dreams~

 


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Lucid dreaming is very broad and deep. As well, one can lucid dream while awake. There are realms in which the distinctions between real and dream dissolve. Amazing explorations. 

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I have not had another lucid dream. I want one though, they just aren't as vivid as I want them to be. Thank you for the videos bro.


“It is said that your life flashes before your eyes just before you die. That is true, it's called Life.”
― Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent

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Last night i was lucid dreaming i was part of a community that lived harmoniously in a large complex of white buildings. Then these entities started taking control over the people. It was an invasion. So I'm making a break for it and hoping to escape before they even know i exist. And i'm thinking what is beyond the complex? How will i survive without it? Just then I hear a voice talking in my head and it's them. Now i know i'm discovered.  The voice says: "We have already taken control over everyone and we want you to rejoin them. Come back and surrender your mind and body to us completely and in return you can have any woman you desire at any time". And for a second i though, that doesn't sound like such a bad idea. I could go back and live in the community that I know and love with the added benefit of having any woman any time. Then I thought, What are you thinking? Run! And the dream ended.

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@cetus56 I get those takeover dreams every now and then.    They are quite fun actually.  Sometimes it's an evil corporation or a military thing or something. 


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1 hour ago, seeking_brilliance said:

@cetus56 I get those takeover dreams every now and then.    They are quite fun actually.  Sometimes it's an evil corporation or a military thing or something. 

 Yes that too. And once it was an alien takeover. 

When I realize it's a dream i think "what am i running from? Turn around and face them head on.

One dream was of a huge evil sea creature that came onto the beach. i was running away from it when i realized it was a dream. So I manifested a sword and turned him into chum.:D

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To prevent the dream breaking down/losing lucidity look up the "spinning" technique. You literally spin in circles in the dream which activates part of the brain regulating motor control which prevents you from waking up, although you could spin yourself into another dream scene and just trick yourself into thinking you've awoken, but haven't, and lose your lucidity. Happened to me before. But to prevent this while you are spinning you keep repeating "I'm dreaming" over and over again till it stabilizes and you are under control again. 


"Started from the bottom and I just realized I'm still there since the money and the fame is an illusion" -Drake doing self-inquiry

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Dreams are so awesome, cool reports.

Lol'd at your post. 

As for the question, emotions can be destabilizing i guess, non-chaotic thinking another.


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17 hours ago, Serotoninluv said:

Lucid dreaming is very broad and deep. As well, one can lucid dream while awake. There are realms in which the distinctions between real and dream dissolve. Amazing explorations. 

Can you tell me more about your experience with having lucid dreams while awake? Sounds interesting!

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2 hours ago, universe said:

Can you tell me more about your experience with having lucid dreams while awake? Sounds interesting!

he might be talking about enlightenment BUT look into image streaming or WILDing. Two different but somewhat similar techniques.  This is how you lucid dream while awake. 


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