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      Post Mapping Dream Control

      I love lists, i love perk trees and i'm working on a personal project of making an all-encompassing lucid dreaming guide.
      Naturally control is covered as well, the thing is that i've never seen a summary of areas for dream control. That's why i'm looking for the help from experienced lucid dreamers, if you know about a trick, unusual obstacle you encountered or area of control, please let me know about it.

      Summary:

      Journey - Moving around the Dream Scene without changing it
      • Jumping
      • Hopping
      • High Jump
      • Jumping over Buldings

        Running
      • Cheetah-speed
      • Supersonic

        Flying
        Bodily Flight
      • Superman
      • Swimming
      • Flapping
      • Wings
        Flight Devices
      • Gliders
      • Parachute
      • Jetpack
      • Hoverboard
        Mastery
      • Levitate - Slightly over the ground
      • Hoverflight - free movement in the air
      • Airwalking - treating the air like ground

        Blinking
      • Short distance
      • Seven-League Step - Teleport to anywhere visible


      • Changing the Dream Scene
      • Door Portal
      • Fall backwards
      • Run
      • Swipe the Dream Scene with your hand like on a smartphone
      • Spinning around your own axis


      Summoning
      • Indirect Summoning - Expecting something to appear without seeing it appear
      • Door Method - Finding the desired thing behind a door
      • Corner Method - Finding the desired thing around corner
      • Phone Method - Calling someone to come over or a delivery company to bring you an object
      • Wishing - Wishing something from the dream itself

        Direct Summoning - Expecting something to appear while seeing it appear
      • Teleporter - Using a sci-fi style teleporter to summon something
      • Summoning Circle - Using a Magic Circle to summon something
      • Snapping - You snap your fingers to summon something before you


      • Powers - Everything i couldn't categorize
      • Walking on Water
      • Underwater Breathing
      • Manipulating Physics
      • Reading Minds
      • Controlling DCs
      • Possessing the Body of a DC
      • Tools - Using Wands, Remotes and similar gadgets cause anything
      • Phase through Walls

        Telekinesis
      • Telekinesis with Gestures
      • Telekinesis without Gestures


      Controlling Matter
      • Transformation - Transforming one thing into another while looking at it
      • Transforming Objects
      • Transforming DCs
      • Transforming Environments
      • Transforming your own body
      • Transforming Landscapes

        Manifestation - Manifesting something while looking at it
      • Manifest Objects
      • Manifest DCs
      • Manifest Environments


      • Clarity - Not really control
      • Doing simple math
      • Solving Equations
      • Full Memory


      Summoning and talking to your 'Subconscious' reliably
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      Make a full map and include reality checks and lucidity stabilizing methods as well. Also once I had incredible physical power (I kicked a car and it bounced away as if it was made of rubber), which could be also a category. I'm very interested in your idea.

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      thanks for this
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      A strategy I like to use is something I like to refer to the three pillars of dream control. Basically it's an idea of redundancy. You preform a body motion, say a voice command and have an intention. When all three are working in tandem your dream control can be very precise and powerful, and generally I find if one or two pillars are weakened you will still at, at the very least least produce an interesting result, at best be successful.

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      Please give an example that illustrates what you are talking about.
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      i can agree with jadegreen here. espacially when its stuff that i find more difficult or just dont seem to work in a lucid that would in others.
      for example:
      i want thunderbolts come out of my hand. i point at something (gesture), concentrate (intention; but not too much or it will not work) and i make sounds of electricity. with this its way easier to summon lightning than just sheer will it out of nowhere.

      when i enter a car and want it to drive and i dont want to bother about a key or something i do the routine of turning my hand where the key should be and make an engine start sound and just push on gas and the car starts driving no matter if i have a key or the car has an engine

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      Quote Originally Posted by tblanco View Post
      Please give an example that illustrates what you are talking about.
      Say I wanted to stabilize the dream, since that's probably about the most practical kind of dream control.

      I use a voice command. For stabilization, I use "Semper Stabelem" or "Always Stable". (Yes, that's Latin. Some other ones might be english. I have one based off of Spanish, and some that are just gibberish.) So I would say that. Of course I think this is where someone would have the most freedom to use whatever they wanted. If they wanted to use something less archaic and just say "Clarity" or something, it would probably have the same effect. I just was in love with the idea of my dream control being like a magical spell and wanted to create my own spells.

      For a physical motion I would press my hands against a surface and feel it.

      For an expectation I would focus on the dream lasting longer and staying stable, and not losing stability. Possibly also focus particularly on my hands "pumping the life" into the dreamworld. (This wasn't my intention when I created this 'spell', but in the half-dozen times I've used it, I plant my hands on the ground and its like a gentle wave of energy radiates out from my location and makes everything more clear and alive, and I've just gotten accustomed to that being my means dream stabilization.)

      Take note of how different oneironauts might only attempt one of these three approaches. Oneironaut A might focus only on voice commands to stabilize, Oneironaut B might only be rubbing their hands together and touching objects, and Oneironaut C might just will and expect the dream to become more stable. But your dream control should much more precise and less prone to failure if you use all in conjunction. Granted I've only tested this on myself, so maybe your book on dream control will help to get others to experiment with my triforce dream control technique.
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