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      i was thinking...

      is it possible to focus and concetrate in a LD, an think about a .... car, is it possible to load a car in front of you while your dreaming?

      My question is.... is this possible?
      Is there a hi power of concentration in yourself who will make it possible? Is it accualy possible...?
      If ther is anny1 who ever done this? i like to know.

      If this is accualy possible... than would be dreaming be much more fun than real life.
      if people r able to 'load' items in a dream, isnt it the matrix? could you lirn stuff in your dreams?

      If this all is possible...
      the Idea of LD is growing a higher level...

      ...there is accualy more IN life that onley life...

      ; )

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      you can do anything your mind can conceive in a lucid dream

      and on the topic of matrix, in one of my dream a DC was shooting at me with a gun and I held my hand up and stopped the bullets, we then proceded to eating pizza

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      In some of my dreams I was some kind of a matrix, meaning I could change all the enviroment settings I wanted. Now that was fun! (They were not lucid dreams, but were results of enhanced control in "ordinary" dreams; the tehnique used was very similar with what I read here I think)

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      Typically it's reffered to as summoning, not uploading/loading, but yeah, it's possible. More than that, it's a pretty conventional subject, and there's a few time-tried methods around.
      If you're feeling confident, you can just wave your hands and have whatever/whoever you want appear. That's the only variable--confidence. If you're feeling a bit less confident, try finding a door, thinking "Whoever/whatever will be on the other side when I open this" and open it. Say it out loud if you want, for some people it helps them build confidence. Or you can look into a mirror and expect to see whoever/whatever behind you, then turn around and see them there. Or do that without the mirror.
      If you're still interested in more methods, type "summoning" into the search bar on the forum index page. There should be plenty of results.
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      Summoning/conjuring/manifesting... whatever term appeals to you the most

      I must say that conjuring such a large object as a car, especially a working one would be pretty hard... I had a little success summoning bikes, but that took a heavy toll on my lucidity.

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      ok so its possible... is it also possible to lirn stuff? i think it would be able later in tecnology... but now... how could you be able to lirn stuff in your dream? i mean how can you ream about something you dont know?? if you dont know you cant dream about it... Isn&#39;t it??
      ...there is accualy more IN life that onley life...

      ; )

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      i am a robot&#33; Do as I say&#33; Bleep bleep&#33;
      Dreamscape loaded...
      User loaded... Bleep bleep
      User attempting lucidity... Bleep bleep
      Error: Lucidity not allowed... Inducing False Awakening
      User becoming lucid... bleep...
      Loading car...
      Item loaded
      User content.
      Nikolaa: i&#39;m really good whit waves,energy and stuf like that,i feel like i almost did this,can you help me whit this [...] if you where 100% brane open,u wloudent be here talking to us on the net,if u where 100%,you wloudn&#39;t probably be on this planet.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Yatahaze View Post
      i am a robot&#33; Do as I say&#33; Bleep bleep&#33;
      Dreamscape loaded...
      User loaded... Bleep bleep
      User attempting lucidity... Bleep bleep
      Error: Lucidity not allowed... Inducing False Awakening
      User becoming lucid... bleep...
      Loading car...
      Item loaded
      User content.
      [/b]
      LOL.

      About the learning in dreams (It&#39;s spelled learn, by the way. I&#39;m assuming English isn&#39;t your first language?)
      Well, the simple answer is no. The information isn&#39;t in your mind, so in the dream you wouldn&#39;t be able to access it unless you&#39;d seen it at some other time and your subconscious stored it. If you tried to teach yourself calculus in a dream, for example, you might be able to force your mind into giving you some information, but it wouldn&#39;t be correct information. Also, a big problem with dreams is memory. If you try reading a few sentences of typing in a dream, then reread it, it won&#39;t be the same word-for-word, possibly not even bearing a resemblence to the original. The memory problems in dreams are what makes it so difficult to remember a dream in the morning. So if you could access the information in a dream, you probably wouldn&#39;t remember enough of it to make a difference.
      However, you could practice some physical actions in a dream. For example, you could learn martial arts in a dream if you wanted. There are limits, of course. If you&#39;d never practiced martial arts, you wouldn&#39;t have anywhere to start, so all you&#39;d be doing is practicing fighting using your current methods, not learning a new method. But if you&#39;d tried Judo before, and wanted to practice some moves you&#39;d seen but never tried, you could do that. It probably wouldn&#39;t be exactly the same as real life, but close enough that you could get the general idea.
      And anything you already know can be practiced in a dream, its just extending your knowledge that causes problems.
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      Assuming the most scientific beliefs about LDs, no, you can&#39;t really &#39;learn&#39; things in a dream. You can &#39;revise&#39; knowledge that you already know, or practice skills, or perhaps, &#39;learn&#39; what it&#39;s like to experience a certain stimulus or whatever, though it&#39;ll never be 100% accurate since you haven&#39;t experienced it before. The only way to really learn is how you said, via technology, or via some kind of weird, unknown mental communication, or act of God&#33;
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