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      Was it my first lucid dream?

      Hello dreamers,

      I think I had my first lucid dream last night, but I'm not quite sure. (3rd attempt)

      In the two days before, I didn't do my RC's well, (I have only briefly checked if I can push my finger through the palm of my hand or not, without really asking myself if it is a dream or not) and kept sleeping after my alarm went off (WBTB). My dreams have become clearer and have gone from an average of 1 a week to 3-4 a night, so i guess my dream journal is working. (Unfortunately, I can't imagine how clear a dream can be.)


      The day before my first lucid dream, I changed my reality checks. While doing it, I really imagined that something unnatural was going to happen, and I was more preoccupied with the question of whether I was dreaming or being in reality.
      I went to bed at about 12am and woke up by my alarm at 6. Until then I had no important dreams. I was then about 30 minutes awake.I went back to sleep then but couldnt concentrate. Got up at 7:40. Then I fell asleep again. Around 11am I had a dream where I was in a kind of classroom/train compartment and I had some strange lesson (in this situation I didn't question the lesson). I really don't remember doubting anything and doing an RC because of that. (it somehow felt like I did the reality check while falling asleep in real life and took it with me into the dream) In hindsight I think that the dream in the classroom/train compartment went over to my final supposed lucid dream while i was doing my RC (which was in another classroom).

      In the new dream I was still trying to push my finger into the palm of my hand (it looked like my fingers were trying to come out on the other side of my hand). Automatically I remembered that I (I'm not sure if I really remembered myself) should continue to perform RC's. I covered my nose, could breathe. Then I checked the time. After the last check I immediately got up and walked to the front desk where a girl was sitting. I screamed "HEY!". (I thought I'd check if anyone was paying attention to me) She turned to me looking realllly scared . I turned around and there stood a girl. Immediately I thought to myself (as I said, now I doubt that I have done all this myself) I should lift her off the ground with telekinesis and intuitively I used my hands for it. (like in movies) She flew around in the air without any problems and waved her arms and feet around. I wanted to get out of the room so I just threw the girl to the middle of the classroom and ran out (it felt like I couldn't enjoy the moment and was under stress) Maybe I didn't want to believe I made it inside that dream? In front of the classroom I saw a window and wanted to fly straight out, but then I was distracted by a woman who walked behind me. I shouted: "stop", whereupon she held very briefly and then went on again. Then I remember that I thought to myself "shes going to stop" and she stopped. Right after that I looked out of the window and wanted to fly away, but then I woke up.

      I wonder now whether I really controlled my dream, or whether I really dreamed it or just imagined it after i woke up , or whether I simply dreamed of having a lucid dream. When I got up I definitely thought i've done it (I've never really had such "meaningful" dreams and where there is such cool stuff).

      1) How do you feel the day after? Do you know 100% that it was you? Do you still see everything crystal clear in your memory?
      2) Why did I do the reality checks just like that.. And then why did they seem to have a value? What do you think? Is there a method where you think about your RC's while falling asleep?

      Right now I'm using nothing but WBTB, binaural beats and a standard mantra.

      3) Can you recommend a certain method to me? That night, I was apparently only able to do that by luck...
      4) Can I remember in a lucid dream what i've planned in reality? Do I have my "mind" there?

      Sorry for the length, and for my english!

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      You said that day you "imagined something weird was gonna happen" and "really questioned reality."

      Those two looks like the key trigger for you.

      So you can keep questioning the reality during the day time. While imagining something weird happening with rc as you go to sleep.

      Good job keep it up!

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      The day after lucidity I always have a crystal clear memory of the events. Those strong memories stay clear for weeks for me while the non-lucid events of the same dreams fade rather quickly. I am able to build on each lucid event.

      I also always feel well rested and clear during the day after a lucid event.
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      Thank you for your answers.

      I had another one last night. Much better then the first one. This time after about 1,5 hours of normal dreaming a policewoman behaved strangely, whereupon I became directly lucid without RC's.
      Unfortunately I become hyperactive immediately and do things without thinking. Have me involved in a shooting with the police, and when it became too much I flew straight away. Without really thinking about it, I petrified someone within a second because I tried to talk to someone else.. Then I woke up after about 2 minutes of lucid dreaming.

      Hopefully I can calm down in the future...

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      Congratulations that you had your first lucid dreams. Yes those were lucid dreams, you were doing RC's in them. :-)

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