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      wanna test something

      Well I have this thought that by moving your hand pass your face will change the dream scene. Almost like the look-away and look-back to see if something is the same like a digital clock, only you use your hand to remove your focus temporarily.

      Has anyone ever tried or heard of it? If not, then can I get some people to test this?

      Also by summoning objects, has anyone ever tried it like the cartoons by just pulling stuff out of nowhere like a sledge hammer for example or even a door. just by reaching into your pocket or behind your back and just pulling stuff out even if its random.

      If this hasn't been confirmed, I wouldn't mind seeing people try it.

      I appreciate it and look foward to trying this myself

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      It sounds like a plausible idea to me. I do things like that all the time in non-LD's. Blink, or lose my attention for a moment, and suddenly I am somewhere else. I have also pulled things out of thin air that shouldn't be there, but I somehow knew it would be.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidspark64 View Post
      Well I have this thought that by moving your hand pass your face will change the dream scene. Almost like the look-away and look-back to see if something is the same like a digital clock, only you use your hand to remove your focus temporarily.
      I have my doubts about this one. It's going to take a lot more than waving your hand in front of your face to overwrite the influence of the dream scene you currently find yourself in.


      Quote Originally Posted by lucidspark64 View Post
      Also by summoning objects, has anyone ever tried it like the cartoons by just pulling stuff out of nowhere like a sledge hammer for example or even a door. just by reaching into your pocket or behind your back and just pulling stuff out even if its random.
      That works great. I do it all the time with swords. Reach down to my side, or reach behind a couch expecting to pull out a sword, and I always get one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidspark64 View Post
      Well I have this thought that by moving your hand pass your face will change the dream scene. Almost like the look-away and look-back to see if something is the same like a digital clock, only you use your hand to remove your focus temporarily.
      Here's a couple of long-shots because i'm always thinking outside of the box

      How about creating a chalkboard rubber from our old school days? You, know, the big wooden one's with a felt type of backing, then try rubbing the walls of the scene away.

      Or grab hold of part of the wallpaper at the edges, but maybe go a little deeper with your fingers and try to peel the wall away like a sticky label and see if there's anything behind if it doesn't work, then just stick it back up again and then hopefully your scene is still in place.

      And for full comedic effect after doing that just walk away whistling to yourself nonchalantly
      DILD/AILD (Anomaly Induced Lucid Dream ) 5

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      I don't have very much experience with dream control, but I like the idea of opening a portal like the ones in the game Prey, and having your intended destination on the other side.

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