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    Lucid Dream!

    by , 01-23-2016 at 07:55 PM (261 Views)
    Ok, last night was an interesting night, but you'll need some background information to understand it. In real life, I got up at 4:30 am to leave on a trip. I decided to go to sleep in the car so I could count that as a wbtb.
    I don't remember much of my dreams from before I left, but after a left, it got pretty interesting.
    I had a false awakening of me waking up and sitting up in bed. My sister is just waking up too, but for some reason she says that she is going to take a snooze on the couch. I check my watch and see that the time is 4:11. I am confused, I thought we had already left. I wonder why I am not in the car. Then I say, "That can only mean one thing!" And I do an RC. I stick my finger through my hand, and what do you know? I'm dreaming. At that moment, I feel extremely happy. I pinch my nose and take a long breath. (As RelaxAndDream suggested.) It feels really cool. I guess I forget my LDing plan, because I decide to fly out of my house through the ceiling. I try it, and the ceiling sort of breaks apart, but I can't fly through it. Instead, I decide to fly around in my living room. (It's really tall and has a slanted ceiling.) I start to fly, and I'm really happy because my dad is watching, cheering me on, and I'm not falling. Sometime in the middle of my flight I pinch my nose and breath again. Once I am finish I land on my back on the ground, and greet my dad. He looks like Dumbledore, but is wearing my dad's sweatshirt. I try to transform him completly into Dumbledore, but it doesn't work. (I'm loosing my lucidity at this point.)
    I then have a false awakening, this time in the car on our trip. We stop at a gas station to go to the bathroom, but we accidentally go into the dining room. Because of this, dad lets us get breakfast there. I get a waffle and a cup of cherries.

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