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      Does being to logical restrict dream control

      Last night I had a lucid dream about flying in a really cool looking city, but everytime I go to fly I have to imagin the wind blowing, I make a whisle sound to make it seem like the winds blowing, and I fly like a plane. everytime I go up to fast I fall down becouse of enersha, I have to rise slowly and catch drafts

      So if you are to logical could it stop you from doing certaint things like going through walls?



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      it would, until you could imagine a logical-looking way to do it
      like perverting modern phisic teories like most sci-fi writers

      being to logical makes things mor difficult, but more challenging too
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      That makes sense. Since, you can do anything, by thinking logically you are making it like there needs to be ogical boundrys, but there doesn't. So it's like you're making yourself restricted by thinking logically.

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      Wow, it must suck to have to comeup with a way to do stuff in dreams becuase it isn't lifelike. Maybe you should pretend you are in space when you fly?

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      I wouldn't say it restricts you, but it makes it a whole lot harder.
      Vivid, realistic, logical dreams are definitely far tougher to fly in, for example.
      The logical areas of your brain cause your inhibitions to flood back making it far more difficult to believe eg. that you can fly. Belief and expectation have a lot to do with dream control.
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      I probly spend to much time thinking logical, it's like my mind works that was I once read a book about a kid with aspergers sydrom, and he thought logical all the time he couldn't understand metophors, and I've got aspergers syndrom as well (mild) so I guess I'm just logical by nature, it doesn't bother me I've gotten good at making the wind blow and flying like a plain seems more life like



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      maybe not logic

      For me what often limits my dreams is my beliefs.

      When I read other peoples dreams it can change my idea of what's possible. And then I have better dreams.

      There are lots of good threads here about flying in dreams. If you want to try other ways of flying read other peoples experiences, and believe that you can do the same.
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      Re: maybe not logic

      Agreed. Once some new information reaches you, you change what you believe you can do in your dreams, thus it stretches your dreams to a even further extent.

      Originally posted by Asclepius
      For me what often limits my dreams is my beliefs.

      When I read other peoples dreams it can change my idea of what's possible. *And then I have better dreams.

      There are lots of good threads here about flying in dreams. *If you want to try other ways of flying read other peoples experiences, and believe that you can do the same.
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      If you we're truely being logical you'd realize you dont have to use tricks! but saying that, i prefer using tricks! I used to fly like Neo, as fast as I wanted wherever I wanted, but it leaves me feeling a little empty in the pit of my stomach. Its a feeling like Im not grounded in anything and I hate that. As people on this great earth, we want to be grounded in some way, wether directly on the ground, riding the wind or swinging by ropes. Now, I prefer doing a spiderman swing to get around and "swimming"through the air. I don't think it's holding me back at all. I love swimming through the air!
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      It sounds like you're not being logical enough tbh! Logic would tell you that it's a dream, and that the wind isnt real, and that you can do whatever you like! If this doesnt work, try to think up a tricky way to get around it, like putting on a 'wind-proof suit' before flying so it doesnt affect you! :3
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      Look at my "4th realm" thread on LD experiences. If you believe in the 4th dimention it will give you an idea how to use it to your advantage while being logical.

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      I agree with the others.
      What you're doing is being logical "reality wise''.
      But DREAM logic is "There is no logic".

      Everything that you want to do is possible (well some stuff at least, some stuff will just plain fail and make you wake up ).

      In any case, instead of applying your "E= MC^2" logic
      Apply this logic: "In the dream world there are no ''Constants, and no base rules of physics.'.

      Your MIND, is that physics.
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      You're not thinking logically enough within your dreams. One must only realize that every object, character, and physical law within a dream is merely a construct of your mind, mere electrical signals interpreted as images. As such, at the very base of things, there are no physical laws in dreams because none of the objects "exist" as matter created from atoms nor is they’re truly any large body to cause a gravitational field. There are no laws.

      I suppose that this statement is somewhat similar to a quote from the Matrix. “There is no spoon. Then you’ll realize that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself.”
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