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      Hi. I have had 3 lucid dreams so far. My dream this morning lasted over 40 minutes. The entire time I was just wandering aimlessly around, not doing what I planned to do. All the dream I've had it just seems like I go with the flow, but I don't want to. This morning before I went back to sleep, I told myself if I went lucid I wanted to fly, do the lucid task, and do some super powers. Well even though I told myself that, I never thought about it when I became lucid. Can someone help please?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Pyrox View Post
      Hi. I have had 3 lucid dreams so far. My dream this morning lasted over 40 minutes. The entire time I was just wandering aimlessly around, not doing what I planned to do. All the dream I've had it just seems like I go with the flow, but I don't want to. This morning before I went back to sleep, I told myself if I went lucid I wanted to fly, do the lucid task, and do some super powers. Well even though I told myself that, I never thought about it when I became lucid. Can someone help please?
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      I think we have cheapened the word "Lucid".

      You may have been lucid for a mere moment, a fraction of a second, but once you started wondering around like a zombie, YOU WERE NO LONGER LUCID.

      In the first moment of Lucidity you must move quickly to intensify and solidify the Lucidity.

      You need to organize a Lucid Dreaming Checklist... not just some wishlist that you have not been consulting in those critical first moments of Lucidity.

      Here, below is my blurb on Lucid Dreaming Checklists:

      Sit down and think to yourself what you expect from Lucid Dreaming, long term and short term. And then start putting together a Lucid Dream Checklist.

      Some aspects of a Lucid Dreaming Checklist should carry over from List to List even as one progresses, remembering that it is always important to stabilize a Lucid Dream.

      I had been going with S F L A which means STOP FOCUS LOTUS AUM


      STOP One must consciously halt the action that was involved in the Ordinary Dreaming, at least long enough to evaluate the Situation and one's conscious choices.

      FOCUS To intensify one's awareness and create the foundations for a prolonged Lucid Dream one must begin the practices that guarantee these ends. I look at my hands and begin deep and rapid breathing.

      LOTUS Typically I Fly out of my ordinary Dream Scenes and my Dream Higher Mind has been working my Lucid Dreams so that I lose altitude and land into what have been importnat and vivid Lucid Dream Scenes. Long ago I have learned that the Yogic Lotus crosslegged sitting position is the BEST POSITION from which to fly and levitate from. One can fly higher, farther, faster better from that crosslegged position, so reminiscent of the Sufi Dervishes who used to sit on their Flying Carpets in such a way.

      AUM One will find that certain Meditations, Prayers and Mantras have a great deal more power, apparently, in Dreams than they do while awake. The most powerful and the easiest Mantra for summoning Spirituality and the Higher Powers is simply AUM. Intoning a deep and long AUM offers another means of powering up before Flying off.


      After those constant elements of every Lucid Dreaming Checklist, then one can more to any particular items that one had been ambitious to work on.

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      You were doing the right thing thinking about what to do before going to sleep but you werent doing that long enough. It takes a few days to memorize what to do.

      It is possible to be lucid yet still follow the dream on some level. Yes, leaving the original dreamscape helps to prevent that.


      The best way of flying is to get rid of the dream body and float as a point of pure awareness. Without the body there's no gravity, so you will never fall. Also, you dont need to propel yourself. I havent tested high speeds, but it is possible to fly slowly at high altitude, tilt your perception in any direction and so on. Pretty much you "scroll" high over the terrain and rematerialize once you get where you wanted to get.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ev View Post
      You were doing the right thing thinking about what to do before going to sleep but you werent doing that long enough. It takes a few days to memorize what to do.

      It is possible to be lucid yet still follow the dream on some level. Yes, leaving the original dreamscape helps to prevent that.
      The best way of flying is to get rid of the dream body and float as a point of pure awareness. Without the body there's no gravity, so you will never fall. Also, you dont need to propel yourself. I havent tested high speeds, but it is possible to fly slowly at high altitude, tilt your perception in any direction and so on. Pretty much you "scroll" high over the terrain and rematerialize once you get where you wanted to get.
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      oh good i needed to hear how to fly last night i attempted to fly off a cliff with a jetpack which was a mistake anyway since pyrox has only had 3 lucid dreams he is unexperienced work on simple things and you should become more experienced i used to always have lucid dreams as a kid and in one month since joining the forum i have had 9 lucids yet i dont have full control i can change colours of things and summon people thats as far as i get

      I think it is harder to fly and change shape because we are uneperienced with such events so you must imagine flying and practice during your dreams.
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      This is weird. I always find flying and levitation to be very natural... As if I've been doing that for a very long time. The "force" that I feel in my dreams is also a very familiar and natural feeling.

      Lol, dont rely on anything mechanical to fly....

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      Leo, it wasn't that I wasn't aware of what I was doing. It was hard to remember it when I woke up, which might be the reason I can't remember thinking about what I should do too much.

      I was talking to people (telling I that they weren't real) and walking around exploring. But instead of thinking about what I wanted to do, I was kinda in awe when I was going through the dream. But it wasn't exciting me.


      About flying, I have only fallen. Which I have to say was exilerating! My heard was racing, and adrenaline was pumping. Very fun.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Pyrox View Post
      Leo, it wasn't that I wasn't aware of what I was doing. It was hard to remember it when I woke up, which might be the reason I can't remember thinking about what I should do too much.

      I was talking to people (telling I that they weren't real) and walking around exploring. But instead of thinking about what I wanted to do, I was kinda in awe when I was going through the dream. But it wasn't exciting me.
      About flying, I have only fallen. Which I have to say was exilerating! My heard was racing, and adrenaline was pumping. Very fun.
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      I remember having a lucid dream last week i know i was lucid but i cant remember when it ended i woke up 2 hours later and had forgotten the whole thing apart from 20 seconds of it

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      Quote Originally Posted by Pyrox View Post
      Hi. I have had 3 lucid dreams so far. My dream this morning lasted over 40 minutes. The entire time I was just wandering aimlessly around, not doing what I planned to do. All the dream I've had it just seems like I go with the flow, but I don't want to. This morning before I went back to sleep, I told myself if I went lucid I wanted to fly, do the lucid task, and do some super powers. Well even though I told myself that, I never thought about it when I became lucid. Can someone help please?
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      Hi Pyrox..

      It's not surprising to me, what you describe. You're relatively new to this, so let me tell you that it is perfectly normal at the onset of one's LD to have quite fleeting lucidity, a few seconds, before you forget yourself, get pulled into the dream and do things "aimlessly", as you put it. Practice will gradually increase the strength of your dreaming attention and the duration of your full lucidity, but it can take years before you accrue, say, 30 seconds worth.

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      I definitely can relate Pyrox It's amazing the feeling that comes over you when you enter the Lucid World. It's like the feeling you get when you've been anticipating that new Game for Playstation Xbox or whatever. I've been having Lucid dreams since I can remember and I never plan what I want to do until I actually get there, but even after all the years of Lucid Dreaming I cannot help but get excited every time I step into that realm of dreaming. Yeah Sometimes I wake myself up prematurely and sometimes no matter how excited I get I continue to stay Lucid. The key is to realize that you will have many more Lucid Dreams and you have plenty of time to do whatever your heart desires.

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