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      I can easily do what i want to do in my LD, but i do what my dream mind want.

      I dont if you guys understood what i tried to say.
      Well..

      I had 3 LD`s.
      All of them happened really early compared to what ppl say its normal to have.
      1:38, 2:00, 2:10. (i normally sleep at 11:00, or later)
      I dont know why i have LDs so early, i always drink Green Tea, and eat a Banana, or Apple.
      And do my mantras.
      (if anyone could explain why i just have LD`s at this times i would enjoy a lot)

      Now i will explain the title.
      In this 3 LD`s i knew it was a dream, and i could easily, fly, change the Weather, make things disappear (like trees, and clouds), Teleport from a place to another just with a Blink.

      BUT!
      yes, there is a big BUT in the middle of this.

      In this 3 LD`s i dont felt 100% conscious.. i mean, i knew it was a dream, but i was Apathetic, and when i waked up, i thought that if i was fully conscious i would do the dream 100% different!

      What the fuck is happening with me?
      i dont remember of doing the thing that make more lucid too. /:

      You open the door, and throw away the keys. Someone is my head, but its not me.
      The Lunatic is on the grass.

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      sometimes when you are dreaming, you forget what you wanted to do, then you do everything spontaneously to "enjoy" all the short time you have in the ld
      Longest LD: 2 hours

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      but i dont feel i am in fully control of my actions,you know?
      i hope you guys can understand what im trying to say!

      You open the door, and throw away the keys. Someone is my head, but its not me.
      The Lunatic is on the grass.

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      Yep, I get it. Its happened 2 times to me. One time I wouldn't even call it a real lucid dream. I was excited to see I was dreaming but my mom kept interrupting. I wasnt in control at all. Another time when I found out I was dreaming I was flying and thinking about all I wanted to do, but I couldn't stop flying.. Some lucid dreams are just...like that.


      Reality check?

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      Hey man, I understand what you're saying. A lot of times when I go lucid, the first few things I do are things I think of doing right there, not goals or tasks I'd wanted to do when I was thinking about it while awake.

      No worries though, keep practicing getting lucid, have longer lucids, and when you're awake compile a list of things you'd like to do, specifically laying them out so you'll know what to do when you go lucid again.
      DV Dictionary. / Verious: a definition. /

      I'm not on DV much these days, but I'll try to toss a cool dream or two into my DJ.

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      Try saying to yourself before going to sleep: ‘I will do xxx in my lucid dream tonight…I will do xxx in my lucid dream tonight’. It's MILD for lucid goals .
      Hgld1234 wuz here!


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      Complete a ToTM [] Hypnotize a DC [] Summon a DC [X] Teleport [X] Play with fire []

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      For some reason I can just do anything in my lucid dreams with 100% control. I remember reading up a thread on this a LONG time ago. You just have to know that it's true. For example: know that you left a sword in your pocket. Put your hands in your pocket and viola a sword.

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      I have the exact same problem, and I have found no answers yet.
      with lucid dreaming in mind,
      listen or read to Crazy by Gnarles Barkley
      It's amazing how with different viewpoints in mind before hand,
      a song can rally change.

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      I know exactly what you mean. It's like you were lucid, but not 100%.

      This is how all of my dreams are. When I wake up, I'll remember I had a lucid, but I don't remember being fully in control. Almost like a normal dream, just that I knew I was dreaming. It's not like real life where I am 100% consious of whats going on. Anybody have any help with this?

      I'm assuming that when I become lucid, I just need to stand there, take a few breaths, and take in my surroundings and actually become 100% consiouslly awake of whats going on.
      "Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?"

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      Maybe you weren't thinking of when you would be lucid what you would do. Sometimes people get so caught up -trying- to lucid dream, that when they finally obtain lucidity, then don't know what to do. Some mantras before bed should help with that issue.

      Everyone has different times in which they enter the REM phase; it could be that yours is just earlier than others'.

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