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    1. The Beginning of fOrceez Dream Yoga!

      by , 02-25-2012 at 10:21 AM (fOrceez's Quirky Subconscious!)
      Dream Yoga START (DILD)


      Iíve been trying to practice dream yoga, I think itís going reasonably well. It took me about 4 weeks to see any results. My first lucid came 4 weeks after starting to practice dream yoga. The week after that, I had 3 lucids and this week, iíve had 2. Itís probably too soon to say that this lucid rate is steady, but I definitely feel that thereís a lot of progress.

      My lucid from this morning:

      WBTB, DILD

      I sit up in my bed to realise that Iím in a dream. Oh. I couldnít remember falling asleep at all. Oh well.

      Itís dark.. the sun hasnít come up yet. My room looks perfectly normal, even my bedroom dream sign (no desk) wasnít visible. Iíve been reading Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self lately and remember that it mentions intermediate lucid dreamers explore their dream location upon getting lucid before going to explore. I make my way into the living room where I see my friendís computer set out on the floor, the sofa-bed is pulled out and my brother is sitting in an office chair with his back to me. I didnít think to interact with him, but I made a mental note to interact with dream characters in my next lucid dream.

      Having little hold my interest within the house, I walk towards the door leading to the backyard. Not noticing that my dog wasnít waiting outside for me, I ponder whether I should put shoes on.. finally deciding that it was a dream and so it shouldnít matter, I walk into my backyard. Surprisingly, itís a lot lighter outside, being lit up by the moon but pouring down rain.

      I decide that I want to change the weather, something Iíve tried but never been able to do before. Slowly, the rain eases up and within 20 seconds, the sun is out shining. Satisfied, I walk onto the grass and start flying.

      Flying in this dream was much different to any other.. It was like the only thing that was keeping my up was my speed. If I slowed down, it felt like I would fall out of the sky (kinda like flying a plane?). I fly over many rooftops, sometimes almost falling out of the sky due to day drea- .. Can it still be called daydreaming if youíre already in a dream..? huh..

      Due to the mindless flying with no objective, I lose lucidity and end up beating up a few goons.
    2. Note

      by , 07-29-2011 at 09:45 AM (fOrceez's Quirky Subconscious!)
      The next few dreams will not be in chronological order, so check the dates on the top right corner ^_^
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