• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views




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    1. Sivason's Avatar
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      I have had a few different dream guides over the decades. I can sense the difference between normal DC and dream entities. She does not always look 100% the same, but fairly close as far as size, hair colors, eyes and so on. More than anything she has a very specific 'feeling' to her. She has been in many dozens of dreams (hundreds?) and I remember the first time I met her vividly.
    2. Occipitalred's Avatar
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      Talk about responsible astral traveling!
    3. Occipitalred's Avatar
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      Nice dream!
      Updated 02-12-2017 at 10:04 PM by Occipitalred
    4. Occipitalred's Avatar
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      I got scared for a moment I would have to witness (or read rather) innocent happy people be destroyed by two warriors in a berserk rage. Then, I accepted it and was up for it. Then, it didn't happen. And the happy people continued to be happy. Neutral sigh.
    5. fogelbise's Avatar
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      Awesome! Thank you for the run down Sivason! I will plan on trying this a number of times. I'm guessing the first few times I may forget a step or two.
    6. Sivason's Avatar
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      The jet powered ice surfboard sounded like a blast! I find myself doing half-hearted wild attempts more often than not. If you get the chance, what are the basic components of your formal routine?




      So just highlights, wake up after 7 hours give or take. I lay on my back with the shoals of my feet touching. I relax and picture the kind of adventure I would like. I stop thinking as much as I can. I repeat something simple like counting slowly in my head. This stops you mind from wandering as much. The try to relax just repeating the numbers, but not focusing then, just relax and get closer to sleep, avoid side thought. Before long you feel groggy and you are frequently for get ting the number,in fact never worryy, if you have to think it breaks the pattern. Start one at one and try to relax almost to sleep. So let's say you are there totally on the edge of sleep. Now you erase the body form the feet up. Become aware of you toes. Trace a spiral around them using you mind's eye. Keep counting so you will think less. Trace mentally around your feet,ankles,calves,knees and on like that. This goes clear to the head. If you can still feel much of your body, do it two more times, keep it sleepy and slow. Imagine that when you mind moves upward the lower body parts should be ignore, we want you body asleep. So you succeed in loosing focus on your body and should be heavy. Your body will scream for you to lay on your side. You must not, yet. Now laying on your back in a very close to sleep stage. +++it helps to read my lesson on visualization+++ you use visualization to move your dream arm not waking arms. So all in your head you experience some odd stuff use the two visualized arms to grab a rope ladder. The just reach up and go through the motion of ladder climbing, your brain should give a sense of touch so the hand end up sort of feeling the ladder.You are half asleep. Your body wishes you would turn over. You are climbing an imaginary ladder. Do not focus on you true body, let it go you do no need it for dreaming. I usually climb until I am disconnected enough to bring dream body feet int it. I then imagine climbing until dream weirdness happens. One example the was a platform kept me from going up and I had to climb around it.You are now actually mostly asleep but aware. Now the next time your body tells you to roll on your side, you do it. Repeat'this is a dream' very casually and fall asleep. Stay as aware as you can but not enough to prevent sleep. That is one reason for the repeated words. Sleep, dream, remember the words, "this is a lucid dream." Good luck. It is way more complex, but gets much better results.
    7. NyxCC's Avatar
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      Ohhh, that sounds like a really pleasant experience. The visuals must have been awesome!
    8. fogelbise's Avatar
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      The jet powered ice surfboard sounded like a blast! I find myself doing half-hearted wild attempts more often than not. If you get the chance, what are the basic components of your formal routine?
    9. oneironautics's Avatar
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      how did you first realize this person was your dream guide is she in alot of dreams, and does she always look the same?
    10. Sivason's Avatar
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      [email protected] this amazing stuff is what the mystic/ magical part is about. You can play the game and learn from your DG. The emotional stuff is well worth doing. If your DG chooses to take you along in a dream, be nice and have fun, then slip in some control so you get points in the game. Find a nice drink for the DG, summoning(5), float it to him or her TK (5 have them let you try and overhaul the visuals to make the dinner a space ship. Stuff like that.
    11. spellbee2's Avatar
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      I spent the most pleasant time hanging out with my DG and her friends. Did not worry about the comp at all. It feels good just to be around her. There was no sexy stuff, just the warm comfort of being near someone special.
      I totally understand, I love that indescribably awesome feeling of just being with my DG. I'm a little conflicted at the moment if I'm honest - whether or not to focus on hanging out with her and getting to know her better, or to try and rack up as many points as I can for the comp.
    12. Sivason's Avatar
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      Thanks. No, it actually was pretty spontaneous.
    13. NyxCC's Avatar
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      Cool battle with lots of detail! Did you use any incubation before bed to help set the scene?
    14. <span class='glow_FF1493'>DawnEye11</span>'s Avatar
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      There have been times where I wonder to what degree I am interpreting this correctly. Humans have an amazing ability to self deceive. However, the laws of how things work in these places has been slowly learned by me and maintains a very specific congruity. For many many years this has evolved and the details are consistent. I can not swear this whole thing is not a grande misinterpretation by me, but at some point you believe what you experience over and over. To me it is very real.
      Okay. I understand. Thx for explaining and sorry if it was a personal question. I just get curious sometimes. : )
    15. Sivason's Avatar
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      Thanks, this was a very big one for me. In all my time this has to be a top 10
    16. Occipitalred's Avatar
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      Beautiful.
    17. Sivason's Avatar
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      There have been times where I wonder to what degree I am interpreting this correctly. Humans have an amazing ability to self deceive. However, the laws of how things work in these places has been slowly learned by me and maintains a very specific congruity. For many many years this has evolved and the details are consistent. I can not swear this whole thing is not a grande misinterpretation by me, but at some point you believe what you experience over and over. To me it is very real.
    18. <span class='glow_FF1493'>DawnEye11</span>'s Avatar
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      That sounds interesting and exciting.I hardly read dreams related to astral stuff but do you ever find holes in the belief of it being an astral place? Also, idk why, everytime I see you around I think of percy from dreamviews. XD Maybe because you are both spiritual or something like that.
    19. Sivason's Avatar
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      I was a little concerned,as I want to believe he is very happy, but this is not the 1st time he has seemed confused and upset when I tell him what happened.
    20. Serene's Avatar
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      Wow this is a very powerful dream. Thank you for sharing it. What were your emotions like from this?
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