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      Dream Control Help

      I had my first lucid dream last month, and this month I had a second lucid dream, however in the first one, when I tried to fly, I fell flat on my face instead of falling, and in the second one, my Dad tried to kill me, and even though I knew it was a dream, I still lost it and simply woke up. What can I do to stay in control of the dream, and use magical powers?

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      The biggest thing to remember is to believe that you can do anything in a dream. Just make sure you note that breaking the laws of physics is ok, and nothing can harm you. This tutorial may help.
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      You can not convince the one with faith who needs not look for fact that the facts "prove them wrong".
      Likewise, you cant teach some one who looks for facts to have faith in the absence of facts.

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      If you're having a hard time with control, then try to use things around you. Instead of flying without anything, strap on a jet pack and just go! Passive control is suggested for new people. The more LD's you have the easier it gets. Just keep on trying and believe in yourself!

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      Im not having trouble becoming lucid or any aspect of stabilising it.. The only hurdle I seem to face is actually remembering my goals in time to be able to work on them!

      In saying that, I do seem to remember to stabilise with methods I read about, so maybe its just a matter of time.
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      LabRat just think of your goals durring the day and when you reality check. I've been visualizing how I'm going to do the tasks of the month all month. So I know that once I get lucid it's going to go down mostly that way. Visualizing your goals helps them become real. Although it takes some of the spontaneousness out of the dream.

      As for other elements of control believing you can do it does help as mentioned above. Although sometimes using new techniques is better. I've used rocket shoes to fly before when I wasn't confident enough. But my best advice is to just climb something tall and jump. If you can't fly just pull your parachute

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