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    Quite the high-strung yet chilled guy. I don't really interact with other people much (And my social skills are not that great to begin with), but those I do talk to, I talk to a lot.

    Been in and out of lucid dreaming over the years. Some years I have it better than others however, but it has never been a regular part of my life for more than a few weeks or so.

    I'm more interested in the raw beauty of the dreamscape at the moment. Seeing a waterfall made of rainbows, standing in the middle of a wide open plain during overcast, going about my day in a beach shack in California, you name it.
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    Video game design, drawing and creating characters, lucid dreaming, traditional/digital art
    In school (That counts, right?)
    How you found us:
    Been looking up guides on this forum a few years ago and only recently have I actually made an account for it.


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    Those Gleaming, Red Eyes...

    by Jdoggad on 10-06-2017 at 04:57 AM
    Fell asleep at: 11:30 PM

    Woke up at: 7:00 AM

    Perceived dream time: A few minutes/A night


    I'm in my bedroom with about 3-4 other people at night. They're all huddled up against the window, talking frantically amongst themselves about an alligator in the backyard.

    I look out the window to find a slightly cartoonish looking alligator just...sitting there. It does not move one bit. To the left I spot a huge freaking Alligator Snapping Turtle. It is jagged and monstrous in appearance, and towers over the alligator in terms of pure height. To IT'S left I find a large Northern Spotted Owl with scarlet red eyes.

    Turns out these guys exist! Now I am never going outside ever again.

    Immediately I hide under the covers of my own bed, hoping that by morning all three monsters would disappear at the turn of the morning. I hopped into my bed, closed my eyes for 3 seconds, and the morning came faster than the Roadrunner. The dream ended shortly after.


    1. This was the first dream I had that incorporated a "Time Skip" to some extent.

    Updated 10-06-2017 at 05:12 AM by Jdoggad

    non-lucid , memorable , side notes

    Pretty Chill Emo Dudes

    by Jdoggad on 10-01-2017 at 05:14 PM
    Fell asleep at: 2:30 AM

    Woke up at: 10:50 AM

    Percieved dream time: ???


    I'm in a bedroom filled to the rim with movie and video game paraphernalia. There are bookcases filled to the brim with DVD's and video game box covers (Of which they seem to be mostly Xbox 360 games due to the distinctive green boxes they came in).

    There's a stereotypically emo looking dude in the room (His girlfriend is also there too but I never get a clear look at her). And we're actually pretty cool with each other in the dream! We exchanged jokes, went into deep discussion about our shared interests (Video games obviously), and at one point I experienced genuine, wacky laughter in a dream!

    Apparently I had a video game who's sprite varied depending on the region you bought the game in and what time it came out. We were searching on my phone about who had the very rare Dark Blue color variant that came with the first few copies. Only to find out it was a 10 year old kid who wouldn't shut his mouth.

    "HA! I retro-fagged before all of you guys! I'm a MILLIONAIRE HAHAHAHAHA!!!" I believe is what he said (And, no, I don't promote the term 'retro-fag').

    We laughed so much at that given moment that my face had a permanent smile fixed on it for the entirety of the dream. We joked about it, reciting Videogamedunkey by saying "I'M A MILLIONAIRE" and "HERE COMES THE MONEY".

    That was until my sister called me out of the room and I had to go. Maybe I should see that guy again, make him my dream guide. Hmm...


    1. As it turns out, the emo dude (In the dream) is actually a millionaire. The DC, not the real life counterpart.

    Updated 10-01-2017 at 05:43 PM by Jdoggad

    non-lucid , memorable

    3rd Person Narration/Dream Review?

    by Jdoggad on 09-28-2017 at 04:51 AM
    The scenario is as such:

    I am the narrator, covering the exploits of a woman with mannequin-like properties such as being able to take off her limbs and reattach them anytime she likes. Thing is, she's a bit flustered and doesn't know what to make of the situation.

    This all culminates when she ends up almost completely disassembled in the shower. Yep.

    Funny this is, this was meant to be a 'comedy', and my dream persona was talking about how "The humor always matches the situation" and stuff. Kinda weird.

    After that, the dream just ended. And I woke up with a feeling of supreme surrealness when I did so...yeah.

    Elevators. And lots of them. And mirrors. Can't forget about that.

    by Jdoggad on 09-14-2017 at 12:27 PM
    Fell asleep at: 12:00 AM

    Woke up at: 5:00 AM

    Dreamtime: 30 minutes of supposed dream time


    I'm in a fancy hotel somewhere with two to three friends. We were exploring the hotel, going inside elevators, checking the rooms out, and generally doing a whole lotta nothing. I'm in a room with a big mirror to the right. I instantly recoil at the sight of it, not wanting to look at any mirrors in a dream due to all the unpleasant experiences people have with them in dreams.

    I instead head to an elevator. I walk inside and suddenly, Slenderman. Now, I don't believe in the suited faceless freak, but that didn't stop my subconscious from shoehorning it in anyway. I keep my eye on him, fearing he might do something if I'm not looking.

    The elevator opens up to a narrow pathway outside of the hotel. There was no guard railing, and it seemed to be nighttime (There was also an aurora borealis forming in the distance).

    I head into another elevator and there is both a mirror AND the Slendydude inside of it. I look away from the mirror and focus squarely on the white faced man. The dream ended right after which.


    1. The dream was impressively vivid. Too bad this ended up being even more vivid than my own LD but whatever.

    Updated 09-14-2017 at 12:36 PM by Jdoggad

    non-lucid , memorable , side notes

    What A WILD Ride

    by Jdoggad on 09-14-2017 at 11:57 AM
    Fell asleep at: 12:00 AM

    Woke up at: 5:00 AM

    DREAMTIME: 20 minutes of perceived dream time.

    Pre-Dream State:

    Yup, this is a WILD. Okay, so I went to bed at 12:00 AM, but I had also fallen asleep for 4-5 hours beforehand, so I think I was in a state where I could easily initiate REM even if I didn't want to, and I did.

    Out of nowhere, my body began to shift into REM Atonia (Or as I and many others like to call it, Sleep Paralysis) and I began to hear slight snippets of audio as I'm making the transition. I also began to see small flashes of light, and my body also felt like it was convulsing WILDly. I was almost scared shitless, the only saving grace being I knew I was going to transition into a dream at the end of it. I was scared that hallucinations of demons would pop up out of nowhere, but I had to keep my eyes shut and suppress those thoughts as hard as I could.

    For what seemed like an eternity of blaring lights, body shifting, and small noises, I had finally, finally transitioned into an LD. I think it only lasted for 30 seconds, but shit like that makes you REMEMBER stuff goddammit.


    Anyway, I transition into a sort of dungeon lit by torchlights. For some reason there are girls in front of me that are inside giant Tabasco sauce bottles (Don't ask). I walk up to one of the girls (I think she was brunette, about my age) and tilt the bottle forward, and somehow end up covering her with chili powder. I don't know if my subconscious was being clever or not but here you go.

    The other girls next to her laughed and proceed to egg her on about the whole thing, but my eyes were fixated on another row of girls to the right, this time not inside of oversized spice bottles. I think of striking up a conversation with them, but I dismiss the thought entirely, and end up walking up to some kind of large metal door with orange trim.

    I walk through the door to find myself in a wide open tundra. It is the most beautiful, yet the most frightening thing I have yet encountered. My mind begins to race with thoughts of freezing up and dying in my own dream, but I suddenly begin to realize how null my body is to the cold, and my worries melt away. I keep traversing this surreal white acropolis (Thumbs up if you get the reference) when I come across a nice, temperate looking area with orange grass and where you can see the sunset.

    It is almost alien in appearance. The saturated orange color of the grass itself accompanied by the fact it was right next to a frozen landscape. It was also a mountain high up in the sky, to add to the craziness.

    I wind up finding a couple of my real life friends (Though I can only remember one clearly(Let's call him E)). I talk to 'E' for a bit, Lord knows what the hell I was talking about, but the tone of the conversation seemed to be pretty lax all in all. And no, I didn't try to convince him it was a dream.

    I try to fly in this dream, but end up stumbling in the air (If you can picture that) and falling right back down.

    I go back to the frozen landscape I was in, and get lost in thought as I lose lucidity and thus lose the dream.


    1. My memory of the LD seems to be highly muddled by my other dream that I had right after this one, so details are a bit sparse.

    2. This was most definitely a WILD.

    3. The LD seemed pretty long (About 20 minutes or so). I didn't need to do any reality checks along the way either as I seemed to have a consistent level of lucidity throughout.

    Updated 09-15-2017 at 03:35 AM by Jdoggad

    side notes , lucid , memorable