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      Re-create Places?

      Hey,

      I got an 15 min long Lucid Dream yesterday, which was really awesome. And in the dream I created a door, and imagined a jungle, and it worked on my first try.

      And now comes the question; can you re-create places you've been on so the place you create looks almost exactly like it does in real life?
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      I tried sometimes it usually is similar but not exactly same. I remember that once I had a very vivid lucid dream where I was in my flat which was very accurate. I didn't pay much attention on details but it looked really good.
      The mind is very often trolling you and adding some strange things in your dreams. It would be pretty hard to make an exact copy of a real world place. But no impossible...it's all just about mind control ^^
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      It is possible to recreate previous places you have been to, but for me they are never 100% the same.

      The Dreamscape is not as stable as the waking state, and your dreaming brain will often through in random objects, people, and scenarios.

      Being a good lucid dreamer is like being a good sailor. You can't always control the waves, but you can learn to navigate through them to get to your destination.
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      Alright thanks for answers!
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      Heyy Row ^_^
      Nice to see you!
      So I don't want to make references to movies or anything, but in the movie Inception they say that you shouldn't create places that are real or where you've been. Mainly because you're subconscious mind will try and make it go away and some times even the dream characters will "lend a hand". I read where some people had the same problem, where they recreated places with exact details and dream went down. I am not saying that this is going to happen, because everybody is different. Lets not forget the when you are dreaming you're mind is gathering "moments" and places from trough out the day. So its actually creating the dreams with no exact match.
      So basically what I am saying is NOT to re-create exact places, but actually make the places how you want with. What I mean by that is to make them not the exact copy, but to make them a little bit unnacurate.
      Hope I helped ^_^
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      Quote Originally Posted by chance7hope View Post
      Heyy Row ^_^
      Nice to see you!
      So I don't want to make references to movies or anything, but in the movie Inception they say that you shouldn't create places that are real or where you've been. Mainly because you're subconscious mind will try and make it go away and some times even the dream characters will "lend a hand". I read where some people had the same problem, where they recreated places with exact details and dream went down. I am not saying that this is going to happen, because everybody is different. Lets not forget the when you are dreaming you're mind is gathering "moments" and places from trough out the day. So its actually creating the dreams with no exact match.
      So basically what I am saying is NOT to re-create exact places, but actually make the places how you want with. What I mean by that is to make them not the exact copy, but to make them a little bit unnacurate.
      Hope I helped ^_^
      Hey! You too
      Yeah I also thought about that they say that in Inception. I guess I will create new places, hope I get lucid tonight

      And thanks!
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      I have sometimes thought I recreated a scene exactly while with in the dream. But upon waking I realized things that should have been obvious were wrong.
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      I think the way to yield the best result is to not try to recreate a whole dream location, in detail, in one go. Settle for high detail on whatever you are directing your attention to. - Which I guess is best, and most consistant, if you have visualized the whole setting in detail by detail, in advance, while awake. So there's no doubt about what you are going to see (expect) when looking in a specific direction.

      It's tricky for sure. Especially the consistancy part. Regardles of a thing looking hyper real to me, looking away and then back again, I find the object either not there at all or at the very best looking just sort of the same as moments before.

      Undoubtedly your focus creates reality during dreaming, so once you loose focus/attention on an object it becomes sketchy or none existent, which in practical dream-terms translates to "what you see, is what there is".. Which is both an advantage, in that it becomes a way to conjure things from out of sight, and a drawback, since it empeeds complet consistancy.

      My main problem is actually getting to the setting I want. I always have to jump through hoops rather than simply start out where I want to be. Once there I have a fair control of the place.. which sort of seems ironic, in a annoying kinda of way.
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