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    competition night #8

    by , 01-18-2016 at 05:48 PM (307 Views)
    I was riding a bike around an oval indoor track. I started thinking about how this would be a good lucid dreaming technique, just imagining doing something repetitively until I'm dreaming. It dawned on me that I was dreaming. Still riding my bike, I found an exit door and plowed through it to go outside. I got off my bike and jumped up to fly. It was nighttime but it was cloudy so there were no stars. My body was feeling heavy, so flying into space wasn't looking too good. I thought maybe I could go underground into the void and go to space from there. I dove down into the ground and entered a void. As I was dropping, I could hear a fountain. I landed and saw I was now in a huge domed building. Below me was a giant pool with a couple of large fountains and what looked like a track to a water ride. I jumped down into the water and swam along the track. I found that it wasn't really a track, but more a rubber snake. The ride went into another room. I found the ride was like a storybook canal with intricate miniature sculptures of villages along the side. I was able to rotate my right forefinger in order to speed up time to go faster. After a few seconds of fast-forwarding, though it lost it's effectiveness. I was trying to make it work again, when I woke up.

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    1. Gusto's Avatar
      Could you explain the technic with the bike ? It's like an anchor/movement practice technic ? like you visualize something you know very well in waking life (riding a bike) until you fall asleep, or ?
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    2. dolphin's Avatar
      I don't actually use this as a technique, not right now anyway. I was just thinking about it during the dream.

      There is a thread on this technique, however. Basically you imagine a certain rhythm until you do it during a dream.