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      Question Help: Can't change dream scenes

      I read somewhere, that in order to change dream scenes or to stop yourself from waking up, you should spin around. I am, I'd say, an intermediate LD, but I still can't do this. Whenever I start to think about doing it because it feels like I am going to wake up, I just wake up. Can anyone help me???

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      Well, if spinning don't work (for waking up) try just to focus on one thing, feeling, some sound, something in the dream, that should help with the waking up to some extent. Or so says my experience.
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      To change the scenes just find a door, imagine an object or scenes behind the door then open the door.

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      close eyes imagine a different place then open them. or imagine a different place with eyes open then both the old scene and the new scene morph together which is fun. or imagine a place and then walk around a corner.
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      Turning around, opening doors, teleporting. These all are good ideas to change dream scenes.

      Here's the Dream Control tutorial.
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      try closing your eyes. While they are closed, imagine the place you want to be. Let's say the beach; Try to imagine what the warm sun feels like on your body. Try to image what the sand feels like between your toes. Try to imagine the sensation of a breeze and the smell of the ocean. Finally start to see the imagine. Now tell yourself "when i open my eyes I will be at the beach". Now open your eyes and you WILL be there. So much of this technique depends on you believing it will happen. If you think it will, it will. If you think it won't it won't. Good Luck.
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      Teleport: Close eyes, imagine scene, either the scene will form in front of you, or when you open your eyes it will be there.

      Off topic: lucidreamsavy, this has been bothering me for a while, YOUR NAME HAS ONLY ONE D. Therefore it can only be interpreted as "lucid ream savy" or "luci dream savy."

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      I've always imagined closing my eyes, then 'waking up' to a new dream scene. :]

      Also off-topic, Savvy has two V's in it.
      Last edited by panta-rei; 04-17-2009 at 09:20 PM.

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      One thing I didn't see mentioned was rubbing your hands together.

      I believe that rubbing your hands causes more vivid dreams. You may try that when you get something going in your dreams.

      Good luck with scene changing!

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