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      Put my fantasy into a lucid dream?

      Hey everybody, I was just wondering if I could live out my fantasy life in a lucid dream. I have lucid dreams all the time, however I never know it while dreaming. In my fantasy, (at least one of them), I am twenty three years old. I live in a very nice house in Santa Barbara, with a wife and a kid. My wife's sister lives with us. The reason I created this fantasy is because I isolate myself from the rest of the world. I work from home, I am not social at all, and I am somewhat of a misanthropist. Imagining my fantasy is great, but it's just not as real. So, could I apply my fantasy to a lucid dream?

      Thanks, Man From The Moon (I love the moon )

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      Quote Originally Posted by ManFromTheMoon View Post
      I have lucid dreams all the time, however I never know it while dreaming. In my fantasy, (at least one of them), I am twenty three years old.
      ??? I am confused. A lucid dream is when you know you are dreaming when you are dreaming. You must be talking about dreams with a lot of control or dreams that are really vivid.

      vividness, lucidity, and control are not the same thing.

      If you are lucid, then you can live out your fantasy though. So the answer is yes.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BrandonBoss View Post
      ??? I am confused. A lucid dream is when you know you are dreaming when you are dreaming. You must be talking about dreams with a lot of control or dreams that are really vivid.

      vividness, lucidity, and control are not the same thing.

      If you are lucid, then you can live out your fantasy though. So the answer is yes.
      Oops, I forgot to mention that I DO have dreams where I know they are dreams. I just have more dreams where I have control, but I don't know it's a dream.

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      Gotcha, then if all you want is that fantasy, then you could either learn to LD, or you can learn dream incubation.

      Dream incubation is actually very fun and a lot easier, but you normally just have normal dream control in the dream.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BrandonBoss View Post
      Dream incubation is actually very fun and a lot easier
      Interesting, so are there any good tutorials or tips on how to perform dream incubation?

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      http://www.dreamviews.com/f45/dream-...3/#post1853618

      This one should work. It is a way to incubate into a lucid dream, but you can use it to incubate any dream.

      I think that lucid dreaming is worth the energy. Harder than incubating a normal dream, but you can learn to control every aspect of your reality. Most people seem to barely remember their dreams, and if they do, it is like remembering an OLD memory. Lucid dreaming is more like realizing the whole world around you is just inside your head and living through it. Like visiting a different dimension for an hour. I would recommend it for anyone.

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      I second that mr Brandon. Spoken like a true Dreamer.

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      And i third that. Lucid dreaming is always worth it and i think since you already have control in dreams, lucid dream control should be easier for you as well.

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