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      Dream Possesion Technique

      I tried this technique last night acting on the adivce of a dream character (possibly my dream guide, though I'm not sure). For a while now, as soon as I become lucid my dreams have lost vividness, and have either faded to blackness or became more like a daydream than anything else. Usually this is followed by waking, or a false awakening.

      Last night when this started to happen, the DC told me to "become" one of the other DC's. It was sort of like I posessed the body of another dream character, and it put me fully into the dream. I experienced a vividness that I have not noticed for a long time, if ever. The particular dream character that I posessed was Monk, from the detective show. Sometimes I dream that I am Monk, in non-lucid dreams. The DC that was giving me the adivce told me specifically to summon and then posess him.

      The dream journal is here. I am curious to hear other's thoughts on this.

      Has anyone had a similar experience?

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      Never had this experience, but it seems like something worth cultivating if it works for you! I'll have to try this some time.

      Did you act like Monk completely or were you just yourself in Monk's body?

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      Maybe I should try this, I have been losing lucid dreams like that too

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      Did you act like Monk completely or were you just yourself in Monk's body?
      I was completely myself. It was more like I had simply abandoned the body that was waking up for one that was part of the dream. Once I had taken over, my new avatar was indistinguishable from myself. I don't believe it even had the form of Monk's body anymore once I had posessed it.

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      That seems funny. One of the things I want to learn is impersonation of a DC. Espionage spy movie material, I guess.

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      I did it again last night. It was successful in preventing me from going into the Void. Things started to get vivid, but I was in the middle of a fight with a DC thug when I got lucid, and he didn't let up. The vividness allowed me to feel the punches, and he knocked me conscious (as opposed to unconscious) before I could achieve the degree of realism that I noticed in the other dream.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cedward1 View Post
      and he knocked me conscious (as opposed to unconscious)
      I love it! Twisting common expressions around when talking about dreams is so much fun. Just yesterday, I thought about having a character in a fanfic use the phrase "stabbed her to wakefulness" (rather than "to death") when describing a past dream experience.

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      How about "stabbed her to life"?

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      Hmm, it sounds like you're increasing your clarity and stability by believing it will happen. Know you can do this all on your own. Activate your senses while calming down.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Halfbaker View Post
      How about "stabbed her to life"?
      That works, too!

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