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      Question Pain in a Lucid Dream and a few Other Questions

      I once again started trying Lucid Dreaming recently, and have since realized that I want to have a dream where I would automatically feel pain when engaging in, say, a fight, without waking up because of it. As weird as it sounds, I have a reason for wanting this; I want to fully immerse myself in a dream world, not as an all-powerful being, but instead as simply another character who plays by the rules of the dream, while still maintaining control. Is there a way to train myself to experience pain in a normal, realistic way during the lucid dream, without focusing on it?

      Additionally, tying in to what I said about being just another character in the dream, is there a way for me to tell my dream to not give me access to dream abilities, no matter how much I 'Expect' it during a particular dream?

      I know that this probably sounds like a rather undesirable request given our natural tendency to avoid pain, but I feel like it could work towards making the dream experience, as a whole, more enjoyable and less repetitive thanks an added sense of danger, and would probably also make fights in dreams significantly more exciting and engaging.
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      I totally agree with you!

      Anyways, when I created DW, my first persistent realm as people call it, made sure to make pain a rule in dreams.
      It was much simpler than expected actually.

      Basically, I had to convince myself in-dreams that you do not wake up to pain, that all dreams are connected to each other and that you are but another part of it.
      My thought process: I don't wake up from pain in non-lucid dreams, why would I do so in lucids? The world while awake is information I recieve from withouth, the one from within is the information I recieve from within, the only difference is how much I can do in each. If I find something different, it is because the world from within is not waiting for me to sleep, time goes by accordingly. I am but myself, the abilities I have access to are no more than the abilities every creature in the dream has since we are all a part of me, yep.

      ALSO it works wonders, sometimes in dreams I try to use abilities that need certain "conditions" to be met without thinking, I can't use them until the conditions are met no matter how much I try and do not have access to god-mod powers. Normally end up facepalming at myself for being stupid and not thinking right on what power to use.

      So yeah, you can try and create your own world in a dream and convince yourself that it is but another world made of "you". I can go in detail on the power I used for it if you want me to
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      Quote Originally Posted by Hukif View Post
      /unpopular opinions

      I totally agree with you!

      Anyways, when I created DW, my first persistent realm as people call it, made sure to make pain a rule in dreams.
      It was much simpler than expected actually.

      Basically, I had to convince myself in-dreams that you do not wake up to pain, that all dreams are connected to each other and that you are but another part of it.
      My thought process: I don't wake up from pain in non-lucid dreams, why would I do so in lucids? The world while awake is information I recieve from withouth, the one from within is the information I recieve from within, the only difference is how much I can do in each. If I find something different, it is because the world from within is not waiting for me to sleep, time goes by accordingly. I am but myself, the abilities I have access to are no more than the abilities every creature in the dream has since we are all a part of me, yep.

      ALSO it works wonders, sometimes in dreams I try to use abilities that need certain "conditions" to be met without thinking, I can't use them until the conditions are met no matter how much I try and do not have access to god-mod powers. Normally end up facepalming at myself for being stupid and not thinking right on what power to use.

      So yeah, you can try and create your own world in a dream and convince yourself that it is but another world made of "you". I can go in detail on the power I used for it if you want me to
      Interesting, thanks! As far as going into detail on the power you used, I think that would be really interesting!
      If you think hard enough about anything, you'll realize that, no matter what it is, it is actually nothing but organized nonsense -- like a clown. That's why humans are obsessed with discovery. They need to make sense of everything.
      Spoiler for Lucid Dream Goals:
      Go To Space[] Fight a Powerful Foe[] Have A Story Spanning Multiple Dreams[] Kill Danzo From Naruto several hundred times[] Fly[] Blow Up A Few Planets[] Play Chess With My Subconscious[] Adventure through Mythology[] Explore An Alien Planet[]

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