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      Trying to teleport to a new location

      Grant I haven't had too many LDs so far but with the ones I've had I have tried around 3 times to walk through a door and teleport a new location. So far I've merely only expected a new location on the other side of a door but I always wake up without fail.

      Any help would be very welcomed
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      Hm, so you just think "I want a new location" and try or imagine the location first and then try it?
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      Yeah, I just assumed it'd work that way. I walk toward a door, imagine a different place beyond it and open it.

      Any other mothods would be welcome though!
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      You know passive control? Where there is a reason for your teleportation instead of just willing it to happen? I suppose the door method could be called passive control but it still requires alot of willing of things to happen which screws with alot of beggining dreamers.

      Think of an even more passive method. One that will get you to expect a desired outcome but allows the dreamscape itself to do the work for you! (Example, shooting a bullet out of your hand means you have to do the work whilst shooting a dream gun allows the dream-world to do it for you.)

      So if you're a trekkie...

      Say out loud, "Enterprise, one to beam directly to (insert desired location here,) energize."

      If you're a Heroes fan, just say, "I'm'a now bending 'a time and'a space'u. "(Japanese accent optional.) Then wobble your face like Hiro and see if you arrive.

      And so on and so forth if you like whatever... The important thing is that it is something you are familiar with so that your sub-conciouss fully understands what is supposed to happen after you do a particular thing. (Reffering back to the Star Trek thing, my mind has seen Picard say 'Energize' enough times that it relates that word to teleportation.)

      Auto-suggestion to the enviroment works wonders, and it doesn't require you to will the changes concioussly, which is probably what is lowering your stability.
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      I like that idea of trying to tie it in with something that I'm fond of. Thinking about it now it seems like it could work very well.

      Thanks for the response
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      No problem. If you want a more advanced understanding of that general idea, you might want to give this tutorial from the late Billybob a read through, http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=38954. That and The Cusps Guide to Dream Control helped me out alot when I was starting.
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      What I like to do is to open the closet where "I keep my teleportation pods", and type in the location (yes, I can read and stabalize what I typed).
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      I was also going to suggest a form of teleportation you're familiar with, like Star Trek, or a Stargate, etc. This should theoretically work better because your subconscious is 'used' to some objects being able to teleport things. It's the shock of being teleported that's waking you up.

      You might also try imagining a real wormhole like general relativity describes. If you read wikipedia or some place, it will give a description of what real portals look like. This might work because they have real-world credibility.

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      I've had dreams where I fly down into the area of the earth I want to go to. It's kind of like how Google Earth looks, actually, except I can see the details of the locations immediately/ I don't have to zoom in.

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      Quote Originally Posted by spockman View Post
      No problem. If you want a more advanced understanding of that general idea, you might want to give this tutorial from the late Billybob a read through, http://dreamviews.com/community/showthread.php?t=38954. That and The Cusps Guide to Dream Control helped me out alot when I was starting.
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      He had had appraoching a thousand LDs and it wasn't the same for him anymore. He'd rather spend his energy being extroverted to make his RL better. He kept saying that having good LDs was like eating a peanut and the real world was a snickers bar...
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      you need to "believe" that it is on the other side of the door

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      Ya even though I've gotten really good at controlling most powers/abilities within my dreams, I've been having some trouble with teleportation too for some reason. Alot of the times when I try a door it just continues my area (probably not believing it) or ill close my eyes and imagine a new place or spin around but it still won't alter the dreamscape. Just inconsistent I guess but I'm going to try more passive techniques I think that will help alot.
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      Quote Originally Posted by spockman View Post
      He had had appraoching a thousand LDs and it wasn't the same for him anymore. He'd rather spend his energy being extroverted to make his RL better. He kept saying that having good LDs was like eating a peanut and the real world was a snickers bar...
      wow, i wasn't aware of that, thanks for the info. i've heard similar things happened to other people on DV. they just got too into lucid dreaming and put their real lives aside i guess, and found out that RL was much more important, so they pushed lucid dreaming aside altogether. i just try to balance the too to compliment each other (RL and LD).
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      Quote Originally Posted by spockman View Post
      you.)

      So if you're a trekkie...

      Say out loud, "Enterprise, one to beam directly to (insert desired location here,) energize."

      Thats the best dreamscape change idea I've ever heard.

      I'm so trying that next lucid.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mustbe18 View Post
      Thats the best dreamscape change idea I've ever heard.

      I'm so trying that next lucid.
      Glad I could be of help. It could lead you to some cool transportation visions of blue lighty things as well!
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      A method of teleportation that works well for me is to pretend you are where you want to be.

      Say the dream has you in an airport and you want to go to the Sun I suggest walking around thinking "Wow, the sun is hot, and bright. Its so good to be here on the sun." Hopefully the dream setting will edit itself to oblige
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      Quote Originally Posted by apachama View Post
      A method of teleportation that works well for me is to pretend you are where you want to be.

      Say the dream has you in an airport and you want to go to the Sun I suggest walking around thinking "Wow, the sun is hot, and bright. Its so good to be here on the sun." Hopefully the dream setting will edit itself to oblige
      A similar thing happened to me once. I wanted a zombie dream. Even though the setting was totally normal, I siad out loud to this kid, "Wow, did you notice how all the people in the world have suddenly turned into zombies? Not the weak kind but the kind that can run around trying to eat your brains and that are sprinting around that corner," (I pointed to a building obstructing my view,) "right now?" Sure enough, everything that I said happened.

      i agree with you about dreamscape suggestion. Though I've enver used it to actually change my enviroment.
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      Funny thing, I have the same problem. When I'm trying to get somewhere, I do not use doors though. Instead, I simply imagine everything changing to the place I want to be. So far, I'd give this a success rate of 1/5.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Denny22 View Post
      Grant I haven't had too many LDs so far but with the ones I've had I have tried around 3 times to walk through a door and teleport a new location. So far I've merely only expected a new location on the other side of a door but I always wake up without fail.

      Any help would be very welcomed
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      I too have had that happen before. What i've discovered is that if you expect something on the other side, itll be there, but your mind will de-stabilize from dream to merely active imagination, which works badly. However, using that same door, if you simply expect something different to be there, without knowing what it was, it is more probable that the subconscious will interpret it as such.
      Also, i would try just looking at the door, and then looking back at the dream world, and it will probably be different

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      This is important to me especially... I have a specific place that I can envision that I'd like to visit. First I tried the door thing with no luck. I'm too much of a logical person to really make that method work. Then I decided to try and use a "magic key" which, when I placed in a door, would make it lead to the place I want.



      It didn't work.

      So my new plan is to use The Subtle Knife (for those of you who haven't read the trilogy of which this is the second book, the subtle knife attaches to the owner and allows him to cut through the fabric of reality into other ones.) Essentially, one would feel around with the blade until "finding" the right place, then slice.
      Hopefully this will work - I'll post after I've tried it next lucid; of course that could be a week from now
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      Last night I tried the Hiro Nakamura method without succes , when I closed my eyes I felt like floating in the air and then found myself in a normal dream.
      Also, I'd like to know, does anyones has had an Ld where they travel time? I'd love that
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      All righty. I told you last time that I was going to use the knife method, and here are my results:

      Wednesday, 12-17: Dream a bit shaky. Knife wasn't quite a stable object, hard to open.

      Last night, 12-21: Success!

      I became lucid, and decided to try the knife method. At first I was dismayed, because the knife wasn't in my pocket: so I said "That's because I put it in my other pocket." I found it there and took it out. Interestingly, it resembled more of a large pocketknife than what I had imagined. I opened it up, and because I had pretended how this would work in real life (I REALLY want this to work XD) I took it about eye level and began slowly slicing through the air in a large arc. I didn't feel any resistance until about halfway through my semicircle. It 'caught' on a small rip in reality, and I pulled it the rest of the way, creating a nice flap. I could see some light coming in from 'the other side', too. Happily, I pulled it aside.

      Gasp.

      Infinite nothingness, stretching in all directions. Deep blackness that I knew if I entered I would fall forever and ever without hope of salvation. It was breathtaking.
      But in the middle of the Nothing was the most important part.
      I saw before me the Eye of Sauron.

      *pause for laughter in audience to die down*

      Seriously! And it was absolutely TERRIFYING. Huge and flaming and evil. I was like "OMG!!" and shut the flap as fast as I could.


      In conclusion: the system works. And now that I know that it does, I can concentrate less on making it happen and more on where I want to go. Good luck to everyone else!




      *Final note: This is EXACTLY a week from my last post. Just like I said. O_.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Denny22 View Post
      Grant I haven't had too many LDs so far but with the ones I've had I have tried around 3 times to walk through a door and teleport a new location. So far I've merely only expected a new location on the other side of a door but I always wake up without fail.

      Any help would be very welcomed
      To be honest when i teleport its kinda accidental sometime all have to do is walk around a corner and bam im in a completely different area if you can get your dream guide to help

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