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      Drifting vision

      This mourning I had a Lucid dream, I would rate it amongst the highest of my dreams. The dream was based in a train station, normal everyday hustle and bustle around me. After a while of messing about, as normal, I noticed a friend of mine in a queue. As I walked towards her my vision began to warp and within a moment I had tunnel vision. It continued like this until I was awake. The odd thing was it was as if the dream world was “morphing” into the real world.

      Any views on how to control this? Aside from the normal dream control techniques.


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      Well I usally get worst vision whe I close my eyes in lucid dreams, sometimes I can't even open them agian. But maybe blinking helps other people with their vison, guess dream controls work with some people more than other, besides that try the usaul stuff spinning, yelling for more lucdity, blah blah blah, maybe try putting glasses on in the dream? Or pretend you have some on and take them off.

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      I've never experienced that. Ocasionally my dream vision wavers a little when I become lucid, but that's it.

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      try felling it to stop exising,and fell the dream as it was before that

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      my preferred method is always to immediately shut my eyes while rubbing my hands. if theres any chance of saving the dream (for me) it involves focusing completely on my sense of touch.
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