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      KuRoSaKi The B4NNED One Brandon Heat's Avatar
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      New Dream Scene Change Method.

      I just recently had an idea that may help some of you change your dream scene. I suppose this is similar to mirrors, and portals, being used as a means to transport yourself to a different location.

      Anyways all this requires you to do is find yourself a Art Museum. Once you have done this simply find a painting that contains a destination of your liking and step through it. Theoretically if you believe that in stepping through the painting it will take you to the depicted destination, the end result should be a successful dream change.

      I will try this the next time I am lucid. I would also like others to try this and post your results. If it ends up having a somewhat high success right. I may tweak/perfect the method to make it more practical and easily accessible.
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      This is a good idea. I used a similar technique once where I used a TV to jump into a scene. Then you can change the scene by changing channels. They might not be as interesting as a painting though.



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      Thats a good idea I see this om Zelda I think!
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      My other idea was using Holograms to enter a dream scene. Or perhaps going to a movie theater and watching a movie there and then entering the screen may be easier.
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      ...jump into paintings...
      Yeah, Mario 64 was a great game.

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      yeah, and I seen it on mario 64!!
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      You've got to get to the art museum first!

      I've got a pretty nifty technique that i use.
      A little hard to explain, but imagine the scene before you shrinking into a tiny dot, a bit like looney toons, don't let the dot completely dissapear but just so nothing distinguished can be seen, just a tiny white dot that you can focus on then imagine where you want to be and re expand the dot.
      Works every time for me.
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      This technique would give you a LOT more control than other methods, because you could paint the scene you need before jumping in.

      If all else fails... break out the holodeck!

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      Perhaps something a little more easy to find than an art museum would be a hallway or even just a single door. Then tell yourself what is behind the door, open it, and walk in. Even if one didn't need to find the art museum and just fabricated it from thin air, a door would be much easier. Alot less detail and alot more common. Though I still do enjoy such a surreal thought as to walk into a painting.

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      if you cant change your dream scene normally, how on earth are you suppost to change it to an art museum?!
      I think your technique is slighty flawed
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      This is a good idea, I might combine it with a method I came up with a while ago.

      What I did was put my hand on the ground and visualize myself pulling a door up from basically nowhere. I moved my hand upward and a door stretched up between my hand and the ground, growing to just over my head, as high as I held my hand. I then stepped through the door without trying to manipulate what the next scene would be, letting my subconscious pick it at random.

      Next time, I may try to pull my hands apart, and make a picture frame stretch into existence. Then, I can just kind of "dive in" to the painting for a dream scene change (in theory).
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      Plain and simple, doors rock.
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      hmmm i can get to a art musem easyyyy sounds like a good ideaaaa, ima try it tonight and il let u kno how it went

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      Get onto the Enterprise holodeck.
      Hopefully everything will work, because, being on a holodeck, you fully expect it to work.

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      When I was very very little, I used to do something similar in my LDs. If i closed my eyes in a dream, i would go to this menu. It was like a dvd menu where i could move and select which dream scene to enter. It worked very well back then
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      Quote Originally Posted by Barbizzle View Post
      When I was very very little, I used to do something similar in my LDs. If i closed my eyes in a dream, i would go to this menu. It was like a dvd menu where i could move and select which dream scene to enter. It worked very well back then
      but make sure you use the Blu Ray or HD version, because you won't have to stop the movie when scene selecting.
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      I've always wanted to step into The Starry Night, The Scream, or perhaps Paris Street, Rainy Day (that might be easiest since it's bigger and more realistic than the other two). It sounds really interesting. I'm not too good at dream control yet, but if I can manage to get myself in front of a painting, I'll definitely try to do it.

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