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      Kraftwerks Gravity Challenge!

      Well Dreamviews, I have a challenge for you. A challenge concerning gravity itself.

      Really, its more like an experiment, so I can see how this works for other people. So the challenge is this:
      In a lucid dream, alter the gravity by:
      Making it lighter
      Making it Heavier
      Making it Disapeer,
      Making it change direction (I.E. Everything gravitates towards the walls or the ceiling.)

      Post back with how your experience went, and how you achieved this.
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      Hmm, I've manipulated gravity before. It's quite fun to do.

      Here's it is.

      "Oh, Shit. I'm dreaming right now." I feel a great surge of power. I look up and jump. intending to fly. I get maybe a meter up before I land. I try to get a running start. I run, but feel a great weight on me. I can feel my sleeping body and begin to wake up. "No! I won't lose this!" I try spinning around. The world blurs, but when I stop it comes back into focus. I try runing again. I get to the middle of the street when, in mid stride, I get frozen again. It feels like invisible monsters are grabbing onto my legs. I feel sure that I will wake up. "No" I push away my invisible attackers and try a new approach. I concentrate. Zero gravity. Slowly, objects begin to lift of the ground. First people, upside down, sideways, screaming lift over my head. Then a car in front of me, first its back end, so I can see it's black underside. Finally, I slowly rise into the air. I begin to fly forward. After about 15 seconds I notice a car sitting on the ground. I lose focus on my zero-g and fall out of the sky. I hit the ground and find myself at the hotel.
      So yep, Zero G

      Nice Idea Kraftwerk, Best dream ever.
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      Sounds like fun! I've yet to manipulate gravity but I'll try as soon as i can.
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      I have manipulated gravity before, but I only turned it off, made it lighter, and made it heavier. Using the expectation method, of course. But I never actually reversed it. Thanks for the goal!
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      Kraftwerk is the best dream. I don't know about the Kraftwerk very well. I was only heard about to my colleague. He was told me that It was so amazing for those who have wanted enjoyed the dream very well and preferred their dream more. I wish that I will enjoy it as soon.

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      Quote Originally Posted by reojohn285 View Post
      Kraftwerk is the best dream. I don't know about the Kraftwerk very well. I was only heard about to my colleague. He was told me that It was so amazing for those who have wanted enjoyed the dream very well and preferred their dream more. I wish that I will enjoy it as soon.
      Any idea what this guy means to say?
      'The petals dance through the wind,
      The crimson blood shimmers on the snow,
      The shattered heart weeps of hidden sorrow.
      And over a pure white sky,
      rises a black moon.'
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      That'd be frightening if I were to reverse gravity outside and make it really strong... I'd start flying out towards outer space.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidmax15895 View Post
      Any idea what this guy means to say?
      Remember kids, don't browse dreamviews while your on drugs!! Actually that thing about mistakes being the portals of discovery thing was pretty insightfull.. Uh.. I don't really know.
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      Gravity, uh, generally when I'm playing with it, focus on energy, and somehow transform it into gravity and end up changing it, same for gravity bombs, concentrate energy, make the air within it super-heavy and then release.
      Creating a new persistent realm, claiming it and breaking the last seal I made back in the beggining of my journey are my goals right now

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      Seems like an interesting challenge. I shall add it to my goals list.

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      I don't know if I'll try all that right away but I can mention my own adventures on what might be called a personal gravity field.

      I can use my own gravity in which way it will orientate so I can walk walls and even upside down on the roof while everyone else walk in normal orientation.
      It wasn't to many nights ago that I really started to get how to do the upside down roof walking and it was done by flipping my gravity around in one direction or another.
      It's not fully yet mastered but I've made good progress.

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      This is very interesting actually. The question is: how do you percieve the environment if the gravity goes sidewards?
      See, if you now stand upright, you'll say, the floor is below, the ceiling above. But if the gravity were to be rotated, you'd stand on say, the south wall, and the north wall would "feel" like being above you, due to the way our physical sense of gravity works. But, when you do this in a dream, do you "feel" like you're standing "sideways"?
      It might be better to rephraze the question this way: When you stand on the side wall with gravity rotated 90 degrees. Do you "feel" like you're standing upright, or do you feel like you're standing sideways? Like, lying but not falling to your side.
      I haven't had a lucid dream for over a week now (not sleeping very well these days). I need to try this the next time I have one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kraftwerk View Post
      Remember kids, don't browse dreamviews while your on drugs!! Actually that thing about mistakes being the portals of discovery thing was pretty insightfull.. Uh.. I don't really know.
      'The petals dance through the wind,
      The crimson blood shimmers on the snow,
      The shattered heart weeps of hidden sorrow.
      And over a pure white sky,
      rises a black moon.'
      - Max

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      Quote Originally Posted by BlÁb View Post
      This is very interesting actually. The question is: how do you percieve the environment if the gravity goes sidewards?
      See, if you now stand upright, you'll say, the floor is below, the ceiling above. But if the gravity were to be rotated, you'd stand on say, the south wall, and the north wall would "feel" like being above you, due to the way our physical sense of gravity works. But, when you do this in a dream, do you "feel" like you're standing "sideways"?
      It might be better to rephraze the question this way: When you stand on the side wall with gravity rotated 90 degrees. Do you "feel" like you're standing upright, or do you feel like you're standing sideways? Like, lying but not falling to your side.
      I haven't had a lucid dream for over a week now (not sleeping very well these days). I need to try this the next time I have one.
      I actually have to get the feeling of gravity existing in the direction I will orientate myself in or else it's hard and unstable. If I feel the 'gravity' any direction but toward my feet I tend to glide sideways or fall down if I'm standing on the roof or walls. It kinda can get disorienting of you start to do flips and tricks when your are oriented in some of these non 'normal' ways though. Gravity tends to want to go in it's normal direction if you don't pay attention or have worked to defy that.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Puffin View Post
      That'd be frightening if I were to reverse gravity outside and make it really strong... I'd start flying out towards outer space.
      I've done it. It's pretty scary. Especially when you do it by accident.

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      Hey Kraft!!!

      Sounds fun and challenging. I'll try.
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      Hi Kraftwork, I experimented a bit with gravity in one of my lucid dreams. I was outside my house in the dream and I decided to try and turn off gravity. I imagined a switch being turned off that controlled the gravity. Then I lightly pushed off the ground. I began to float in Zero G's, like I was in space. It was really awesome, and I pushed off the side of my house and flipped around, and to stop spinning I just changed the gravitational pull a bit. In my experiment though, I only turned off gravity for myself; the objects around me stayed under the gravitational pull

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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidmax15895 View Post
      Any idea what this guy means to say?
      Well there's the Kraftwerk band, and I suppose their music could be trippy enough at times to make for some interesting dreams. Just a guess. Actually when I saw the name of this thread I thought it was referring to the band

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mzzkc View Post
      I've done it. It's pretty scary. Especially when you do it by accident.
      Yeah i had that happen once... it was kind of fun actually.
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      Had more fun with gravity and wall walking stuff in a dream a couple days ago.

      I had more progress with being upside down on a roof. I even did a few jumps and dance moves. Though I do have a problem orientating myself when trying to cross several 270degree/90degree ground bend downward from where you currently stand.
      Just tried it to few times yet to get a hang on how to do it.

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      Definatly trying this, I can't fly so this might be a cool alternative, falling in another direction.

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