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      Cool Practice room + Next LD goal

      Hey people!!!

      Okay so if you saw one of my earlier posts you'll know that I tried to go to a big white room to practice some dream control stuff in. It didn't quite work and I wasted half my dream trying to get there. Does anybody have any tips for this kind of teleportating? In my dream everything just got all cloudy and patches of white appeared but I simply couldn't get to that place.

      And while I'm here I just want to tell you all that my next LD goal will be to fly out of Earth's atmosphere and into space. . I'll post a new thread when I manage it. Wish me luck!

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      If you consider changing the dream scene as teleporting, then I suggest doing the old spinning trick. Try to imagine your destination while you're spinning.
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      Spinning never works for me.

      I would use the door method. If, for example, you are in your own room or house. Just find a door and think that beyond it will be your practice room.

      About flying, I find it's easy for me, I just... fly. I don't have any trick for it.

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      Spinning has worked well for me when conjuring people, but not places. Usually I have to tell my self, for weeks sometimes, that I am going to dream about such and such a place. Eventually, I end up there. The video game Portal may be helpful if you can get heavy into it.

      I had difficulty breaking through the atmosphere. Once I did, I began a huge Star Trek dream saga....
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      I like the idea of a practice room! But sometimes when you create nothing but a white void the dream can get really unstable . Maybe it would be better if you let your subconscious decide what your practice room should look like?

      And I've always wanted to fly out of the earth's atmosphere. The higher up I go the stickier the air gets and I usually get stuck some where up there. I've only gone to the moon once, via a portal, and that took three tries. Let us know how that goes

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      Wink Ideas for teleportation...

      Hey...man...sorry to hear you had to waste a LD just for that...sucks

      Strangely,so far,I've had no trouble teleporting to places,all I had to do is simply tell myself to be there...

      The funny thing about the door marked with the location you're going to,sometimes your mind will play a game with you and you'll have to find the door...
      So I guess you could cast a spell that will summon a portal or that door...make sure you perform the spell with your hands,cause frankly sometimes your magic "stick" might not be around...

      One idea is to get outside and catch a Lucid Cab...haha...

      I've heard someone do this...close your eyes (inside the dream) and think about the location you want to be in...see if it works...

      Hope this helps and good luck
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      The idea is to remain in a constant state of departure while always arriving..

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      This has worked for me:

      Walk around the dream world expecting to find a staircase leading down into the earth. Once you find this and walk down it expect to find another staircase heading back up to the surface. As you walk back up to the surface expect to be in your practice room. You will come back up into whatever scene was on your mind as you ascended the stairs.
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      Until I gain more control over the lucid environment, what I do is teleport by walking through a wall and imagining the place on the other side. It works really well because at first when you push against the wall you don't go through because of inner suspicion, but once you start melting through, you're able to accept that when you come our you'll be in your desired location.

      I find this better than the other tricks because if you're not entirely convinced that you actually can teleport, the other tricks won't work. However, with this one you prove to yourself you can do it WHILE you're doing it, so you have a higher rate of success. Also, it's not hard to find a wall usually, and falling backwards using the ground also sometimes works.

      By the way, thanks for the idea of a completely white void where you can practice dream control! I made use of it in my LD last night, it helped out with my confidence in manipulating the environment.
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      If I'm inside a building, I open a door and expect ("expect" is the key word here) whatever room I want to be on the other side. It takes hardly any time at all if you're in reach of a door.

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      For teleporting, I am using doors. Before opening a door you are visualizing where you want to go. Say to yourself: "On the other side of the door, there is a practice room."
      And no, I never have to search for a door. I only telling to myself:"There is a door behind me".
      And the door appears behind me.

      lol! Your message wasn't there Puffin when I begun writing mine...
      Well!
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      Quote Originally Posted by reere View Post
      lol! Your message wasn't there Puffin when I begun writing mine...
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      Well that's funny.

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      I love this practice room idea. As for where to have it, have you ever heard of the Room of Requirement?

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      Harry Potter...no?

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      There is this room at the end of the hall that changes into whatever you need it to be at the time. I think we could use this as our practice room.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tranquil Toad View Post
      This has worked for me:

      Walk around the dream world expecting to find a staircase leading down into the earth. Once you find this and walk down it expect to find another staircase heading back up to the surface. As you walk back up to the surface expect to be in your practice room. You will come back up into whatever scene was on your mind as you ascended the stairs.

      I've never heard of using a staircase for any kind of dream control before! I like this because it gives you more time to focus on what you want, versus just opening a door when you haven't fully realized what you wanted to see or believed. And, you're moving vertically - always a plus.

      Quote Originally Posted by Sabre2552
      It works really well because at first when you push against the wall you don't go through because of inner suspicion, but once you start melting through, you're able to accept that when you come our you'll be in your desired location.
      Shifting through walls is awesome! I can vouch for that. In one dream every time I shifted through a wall I entered a dream environment more vivid than the last. The hardest wall to shift through was a brick wall - I almost got stuck! But after that the environment was so life like, I could feel pebbles beneath my feet. I went through one last wall - a glass one. And at that point I couldn't tell the difference between dreams and waking. It was awesome!

      I never thought about shifting through walls to consciously change your environment though, gotta try that. And yeah, a great dream skill to practice, walls are so easy to find in dreams

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