Let's lift that one off.
I have affiliations with picturemaking and illustration, so It'd be really cool to experience firsthand the imaginings in my head, and get closer in touch with them. I also like Jungian archetypal ideas, so I'd like to meet them in person, then there's experiences which are altogether impossible or too hard to consider in real life, such as flying in space or getting swallowed by some creature, which are too desirable. Fairly commonplace goals.
Also, I believe, prove me right or wrong, through lucid dreams one can treat various psychical handicaps or straight up shattered parts, I read stories about how one experienced user, who smoked a lot rid himself of a scent block and his smell sensibility increased so much he couldn't stand the scents of the cityscape around him, or his own room even, the only thing he could smell without hrowing up were flowers. Or other who drank from the memory river in his dream and aided his memory noticeably. It's usually done by fixing stuff which is broken, it's symbolical.
Let's get to template.
Reality Checks: (the lower the rarer I use them)
-Remembering past events
-Pushing through palm
For that, I didn't really list any yet.
-Trip to various fantasy worlds
-Transforming into a dragon
-LD a week (? I don't know, it probably won't be shont term at all)
-Various LD funstuff.
-LD once a night
-Treat one insecurity or complex
-Create my own whimsical fantasy dimension
Lucid/Dream Recall History:
-Poor, I can spend a week writing dreams in, thoroughly, and then another or two slacking off, believing dreams aren't worthy of notice or it's no use anyway, foolish, I know.
I meditate before bed (when I do), and hope I'll get one in dream to come.
I also recently started to try and conjure in imagination a dream person to tell me I'm in a dream when it's time.