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      Command Prompt.

      I dont know if this has been done before but i'll write it anyways.

      I was in a DILD and i came up with a dream control tecniqe after dong a lot of batch
      programming(In Real Life).

      In a dream i where writing a batch file wich where to generate electricity by repeating the command"give me electricity"(xD) wich was when i realised that i was dreaming because i was sitting on a field with cows walking around me.

      Then i came up with the idea to use a command prompt to do things in a dream.
      In the dream i wrote "give me super flying abilities" and i where able to fly.
      Then i wrote "teleport me to my home" and i suddenly was in my home.

      I know that what i wrote wasnt real commands, but i think that you just can come up with whatever you want as long as it gives meaning.

      This is not a real tutorial but this is what i think you should do:
      1. Find somthing with a screen.
      2. Write a command.
      Info . 2: The command do not need to be a valid command, it could just be a sentence.

      I am really sorry with the bad grammar/sentence building, im not very great at engilsh. I am also verry sorry if this has been suggested before.
      Last edited by Huf; 03-03-2014 at 10:43 PM.

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      Welcome to DreamViews Huf!

      I really like that way of controlling the dream. I never tried writing anything, but I have for several times yelled commands inside the dream, like "Increase brightness!" or "redesign scenario" (to change the dream setting). It's fun assuming the dream as virtual reality (well, and it indeed is ^^), and even more fun to act like you possess the language code of "creation"
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      Quote Originally Posted by Zoth View Post
      Welcome to DreamViews Huf!

      I really like that way of controlling the dream. I never tried writing anything, but I have for several times yelled commands inside the dream, like "Increase brightness!" or "redesign scenario" (to change the dream setting). It's fun assuming the dream as virtual reality (well, and it indeed is ^^), and even more fun to act like you possess the language code of "creation"
      Thanks, but this isnt my first post on dreamviews.
      I had/have onother user called NinjaBich but i forgot the password for it and i had the same password
      on the email i used to create the email.

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      I've seen this technique work before, not only for lucid dream control but also in terms of finding out information (something like "query memories" or something). It's pretty interesting, what other things have you done with it?

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      I've thought of using something like application commands/code in dream before, haven't got to try it yet though. It can be worth a try if one is into computers/programming.

      *Moved to Dream Control*
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      Not much

      Quote Originally Posted by Soulless View Post
      I've seen this technique work before, not only for lucid dream control but also in terms of finding out information (something like "query memories" or something). It's pretty interesting, what other things have you done with it?
      I have only done this in a dream once(the time i came up with it wich was today)
      and i am still kind of a noob, so i am only able LD with good lucidity once or twice every week.

      But the only other thing i did was making a cow dissapear.
      I called the cow Cow 1 and i wrote "remove cow 1".

      Quote Originally Posted by Scionox View Post
      I've thought of using something like application commands/code in dream before, haven't got to try it yet though. It can be worth a try if one is into computers/programming.

      *Moved to Dream Control*
      I dont think you need to be good at using a command prompt to do this.
      Because what you are doing isnt "real" coding as in coding in batch.

      What i rather would be to say if i where to explain it to somone would be
      to write what you trying to achive as if you where to write it to a human .



      If any pro-lucid dreamer could check if they could do it aswell and share their resoults it would be great.
      Last edited by Huf; 03-04-2014 at 03:36 PM.
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