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    1. Missed it!

      by , 10-14-2011 at 01:29 AM (function OnLucidDream () {)
      Just two nights after my last LD, i had another one this morning. Exact same, where i could breathe through my nose. This time though, a dream character came up to me and told me that i wasnt asleep enough to be really lucid.
      I believed him.
    2. The Nose RC! It Worked!

      by , 10-11-2011 at 01:00 PM (function OnLucidDream () {)

      I had been awake most of the night, and it was around 5 in the morning or something. I tried to WILD. Im not sure whether my lucid dream was a WILD or a DILD. I think it was a WBTB DILD. Anyway....
      I was in my room. At least, thats what i though. My eyes were stuck closed, and because i couldnt see, i RCd. I could breathe through my nose. Suprised, i checked again.
      Yes. I was lucid. Next next second or two, millions of colors from the scene that were once unsaturated in the dark came alive, and my "Dream Resolution" skyrocketed. I still could barely open my eyes, so i spent the next minute stabilizing the dream and increasing my vision.
      As i got out of bed, i realized i was not in my room at all. Im not sure where i was, it was a very nice room. I saw a window, and I jumped though it, and it disappeared out of sight as i did. I landed on a patch of gravel. I felt it, but it wasnt painful. I was outside at a park near my old house. I felt the grass. I could feel the grass blades run between my fingers.
      "This is cool" I said as I walked around, taking everything in.
      I jumped out, and landed a hundred feet away, instinctively did a PK roll. Realizing i didnt need to, i took off in a great sprint. Then i jumped again, floating slowly back down near the street. I walked down, and summoned my friend to appear around the next corner. Then i did it again, but this time, the dream began to fade, and i woke up.