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      Limiting myself on accident

      I used to be really into lucid dreaming and I am just starting to get back into it. I have been doing reality checks whenever I sit down and stand up and last night I had another lucid dream. I had the uncanny ability to push myself through objects like I was intangible but with some resistance. The problem is that I always have trouble teleprting myself or getting to a new setting and I think I limit myself in my lucid dreams because I don't beleive that I can do any sort of ability strongly enough. Any tips for believing more in my lucidity powers?

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      Just realize, that there are no limits in lucid dreams. You can try other techniques, like turning around, or taking a bus!
      Bollocks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Delphinus View Post
      Just realize, that there are no limits in lucid dreams. You can try other techniques, like turning around, or taking a bus!
      Instead of taking a bus
      how about a limo?
      Okay before this goes off topic now aha why dont you just tell yourself that when you clap your hands or something youll be where u want to be?
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      Quote Originally Posted by crash_productions View Post
      I used to be really into lucid dreaming and I am just starting to get back into it. I have been doing reality checks whenever I sit down and stand up and last night I had another lucid dream. I had the uncanny ability to push myself through objects like I was intangible but with some resistance. The problem is that I always have trouble teleprting myself or getting to a new setting and I think I limit myself in my lucid dreams because I don't beleive that I can do any sort of ability strongly enough. Any tips for believing more in my lucidity powers?
      lately i have been attempting the zetsu push through matter to teleport technique, i is fun because it feels weird and can be done anywhere...

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      I tend to have this same belief problem. It's pretty annoying not being able to do what I want to


      What is the zetsu method...? I'm interested.
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      Thank like a magician! I myself am an Illusionist, so things in dreams come quite easily..
      Obviously to everymagic trick, there is a technique, so tell yourself that there is a technique to doing things you want to do in a dream, such as clapping your hands.
      When you become lucid, just sit down, and really really really relize it is only a dream!
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      For me dream control tricks come down to belief, like you said. For me the sure-est way to believe I can do whatever I am trying to do is to not question how I do it, and to just do it, with as little thought as possible.

      If I reach through a wall without thinking about it it is easy. But if I notice and think, "oh yeah, I can do that because anything is possible in dreams" it becomes harder. To think that it is possible (for me) also introduces the opposite -- doubt that it really is possible. And that leads to failure.
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