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      Waking LIfe/Deam Control Challenge

      Here's an idea to try and use DC to improve your waking life:

      Give yourself a dream goal to do something that is physically possible for you to do in waking life, something that you maybe have never done before, like skydiving, then go do it. or maybe play guitar in your dreams though you never have, then do it.

      or, a skill, you already have, and in your dreams you are doing it even better, like the pros.
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      Long time no see WakingNomad!

      So the purpose of this challenge would be to perform activities that you have not done in your waking life, to see how closely the mind can emulate the reaction/action?

      I actually did skydive for the first time (though it took quite a few attempts), in my dream Since I have never skydived in real life, I could only guess what it would actually feel like based on the sensations I got in the dream. I must say, it FELT like I was actually skydiving (at least what I can imagine it would feel like). The wind was whipping past me, my cheeks would flap if I opened my mouth, I felt completely weightless, and my stomach had that tingly feeling you get when you experience a sudden drop. It did take a good few attempts, almost three months since I kept waking up either as I jumped out of the plane, or as I was falling.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Chewnie91 View Post
      Long time no see WakingNomad!

      So the purpose of this challenge would be to perform activities that you have not done in your waking life, to see how closely the mind can emulate the reaction/action?

      I actually did skydive for the first time (though it took quite a few attempts), in my dream Since I have never skydived in real life, I could only guess what it would actually feel like based on the sensations I got in the dream. I must say, it FELT like I was actually skydiving (at least what I can imagine it would feel like). The wind was whipping past me, my cheeks would flap if I opened my mouth, I felt completely weightless, and my stomach had that tingly feeling you get when you experience a sudden drop. It did take a good few attempts, almost three months since I kept waking up either as I jumped out of the plane, or as I was falling.
      Yes, or do a skill you already have.
      ya gwan fok wid de Baron? ye gotta nodda ting comin. (Formerly known as Baking Nomad.)

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