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      Wink Lucid Dream characters

      Hi. My name is ashley im new to
      dreamviews i just started lucid
      dreaming 3 weeks ago. I've been
      reading techniques on how to induce
      them at will && i just recently kind of
      got the hang of it. I had 2 last night
      with the WBTB && WILD technique.
      Well that was just a introduction
      of who i am. Here is my question i
      got frustrated with a dream
      character last night lol because she
      would not move so.. How do you
      make dream characters do what you
      want/tell them to do?

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      Hi Ashley, welcome to Dreamviews!

      You sound like you're off to a good start - 2 lucid dreams in one night. Congratulations!

      You should be able to get the dream character to move any way you want to. Remind yourself that you're in control of the dream, and that he's just a part of your mind. You could use mind control (just make him want to move), use super strength to shove him out of the way, vaporize him, etc.

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me or any of the dream guides (members with green names).

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      Thx for the quick reply && the
      welcome! What i did was said in the
      dream was 'please go away, please
      in away!' && i turned around && she
      was walking to another counter. (in
      the dream i was at the movies trying
      to take nachos lol) .. Anyway, do you
      kno of any good techniques to bring
      certain people into a dream once u
      become lucid? Thx again!!

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      Ashley!

      Well there is this method of summoning dream characters into your dreams that I will explain to you. It has nearly always worked for me. Say you are standing in a room, and you want to summon someone. State to yourself, "Oh that person is in the living room." Just the thought, and boldly state it. Now go into the living room, and voila.

      Or if you are walking down the street, "The person will be around the corner." Just the thought can practically summon them.

      Try it out if you want, and if you have problems, just let me know.

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      Quote Originally Posted by MzCheekz View Post
      Thx for the quick reply && the
      welcome! What i did was said in the
      dream was 'please go away, please
      in away!' && i turned around && she
      was walking to another counter. (in
      the dream i was at the movies trying
      to take nachos lol) .. Anyway, do you
      kno of any good techniques to bring
      certain people into a dream once u
      become lucid? Thx again!!
      The best way to get people (or objects) to appear is usually to expect them to be somewhere, close by yet out of sight. It's hard to make someone or something just materialize in front of you, but if you expect them to be around the corner, they usually are.

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      Thx so much for the help &&
      welcomes you guys! I will use that
      technique u guys stated! I have
      another weird question. After one of
      my lucid dreams i was in a regular
      dream && it was kind of like a
      nightmare because i was scared but
      this is the weird part that i need help
      with.. I remember prying my eyes
      open trying to wake up meaning i
      knew to some instinct that i was
      dreaming to have been trying to wake
      up but why wasn't i smart enough to
      say hey i kno this is a dream
      because im trying to wake up why not
      go lucid instead of waking up? Was
      it because i was scared lol. Thx
      guys!

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      This happens sometimes, and there's not much you can do about it. I've had plenty of these - where I know I'm dreaming, on a very low level, but do nothing about it. Being scared is not going to help, since your instinct is to get out of the dream, not stay in it.

      These are good questions - feel free to ask if you have any more.

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      Oh ok i understand now. Heres another question.. is there any ways to do the "mind awake body sleep" technique? I was once interested in OBE's but find lucid dreaming much easier and fun but i heard u can go into a lucid dream kind of the same once your bodys asleep but your conciously awake?.. any insight on this? again thank you guys sooo much.

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      Keeping your Mind awake, while your body falls asleep, is how the WILD technique works. If you look in the Tutorial Section, and look up a WILD FAQ, you should find the information needed to induce one.

      Here is a good guide here if you want one: http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=30783

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      Quote Originally Posted by MzCheekz View Post
      Oh ok i understand now. Heres another question.. is there any ways to do the "mind awake body sleep" technique? I was once interested in OBE's but find lucid dreaming much easier and fun but i heard u can go into a lucid dream kind of the same once your bodys asleep but your conciously awake?.. any insight on this? again thank you guys sooo much.
      Yes, you're talking about WILD. Heres some tuts that ban explain it to you.

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=30783

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=40684

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ead.php?t=9806


      You can find others in the tutorial section too. - http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...splay.php?f=25

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      Quote Originally Posted by MzCheekz View Post
      Oh ok i understand now. Heres another question.. is there any ways to do the "mind awake body sleep" technique? I was once interested in OBE's but find lucid dreaming much easier and fun but i heard u can go into a lucid dream kind of the same once your bodys asleep but your conciously awake?.. any insight on this? again thank you guys sooo much.
      That's a Wake Initiated Lucid Dream (WILD). Here's a few tutorials about WILD:

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ead.php?t=1886
      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ad.php?t=40684
      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...ead.php?t=9806


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      Thx everyone for the links i will try
      them when i can

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      for some reason i imagine DCs as being the villagers from minecraft....

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