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      True nirvana found threw lucid dreaming

      I realized that surrendering to the moment in a dream can bring true bliss if you are in the right setting (flying or better yet just falling). Instead of thinking of what to do or thinking of how to do it, just let go and dream in the NOW. this is the second time i have experienced this state of bliss threw lucid dreaming (wilds)

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      I do a wbtb and induce a WILD. 90% of my wilds i enter the dream falling either from the sky or falling threw space. last night i entered the dream falling threw space, it was a dull version of space but instead of making commands to increase clarity i decide im just going to let it flow. I just surrendered to the moment and the joy of being inside of a dream. I then began to push my momentum without alot of effort into a flipping motion. i was doing long slow flips threw space with my body fully extended and my arms stright out, all while falling at about 100 MPH. feeling the wind on my body and the freedom of dreaming. I cant put into words the freedom i felt. after a good 5 minutes of this i stop the spin and yell "increase clarity now" the dream then becomes more vivd and to my saprise im about to crash land onto earth. i then pulled my flight up barley skimming the ground. i fly around the town for a moment deciding what to do (land or keep flying) I see an old lady walking on the street so i decide to talk to her. I land and yell (HEY!!) as she looked back at me she tripped and fell down. i couldnt help but to lauph... come on its a dream. I then ask her what she represents in my dream? she gave me a good answer but i cant remember do to a very long F.A

      The point im trying to make is that it can be a better time just letting go rather than trying to complete a bunch of goals...I am fairly new to lucid dreaming but i have ben meditating for 5 years and The pure nirvana state that i reached threw this dream cannot be reached on earth, i can promise that.
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      Your promises of enlightenment are belied at your defeat at the hands of the word "through."

      "The human race will begin solving its problems on the day that it ceases taking itself so seriously."

      --Malaclypse the Younger

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      Yes, I have seen this already.... Through, not threw. I have already tried to change it but the forum wont allow it.
      I promise im not as stupid as my spelling mistakes, my promises for enlightenment are accurate.

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      The question is... Will you be able to reach this awe-some state of being and continue to maintain consciousness?

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      Wow this is pretty inspiring I will give you that. So do you think that meditating has helped you with lucid dreaming?
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      I dont think meditating helped me to have DILD's in any way. I do think it helped me with WILD's. A wild seems to be just meditating your way into sleep while holding awareness.
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      I just now started learning more about Buddhism and enlightenment. It's VERY interesting, and I'm definitively going to learn more about meditation, but I always wandered about the relationship between lucid dreaming the the meditation techniques practiced by Buddhist monks.

      I'm not an expert in lucid dreaming, though I've been practicing it for some time; nor am I an expert in Buddhism, and I can't help but think there has to be a connection, since there is always something so familiar about the Nirvana state. Every time I read about experiences describing Nirvana, there is always something that reminds me of a lucid dream.

      Think about it:
      Siddhartha's experience resisting Marra's temptation and would not lose his concentration.
      The notion that everything is on fire, what you see, hear, taste and touch.
      The idea of existing within oneself, the bliss, the happiness, the peace, being able to SEE each thought...

      Those are all things I read about, and yet, it felt like I were talking about lucid dreaming. Think how hard it is to concentrate, and not lose focus in the beginning of a WILD. Think about the imagery, the vibrations, the weight on your body; one might say your vision, hearing, taste, and touch are on fire. And then, all of a sudden "the fire is extinguished", and you exist within yourself, and there is that feeling of peace, happiness, the bliss of being a lucid dream, where each thought is as "real" as a thought can be.

      I'm almost convinced Buddhist monks lucid dream, actually. They say enlightenment changes you, and I'm a completely different person because of lucid dreaming. They say Nirvana is to see the absolute truth, to take the veil from your eyes, and isn't lucid dreaming pretty much the "materialization" of your thoughts? If your "thoughts" are a representation of your true self, then lucid dreaming is a materialization of your true self, which is hidden in flesh, and confounded by the chaos of this material world.

      Anyway, just some thoughts...
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      Buddhist monks do indeed lucid dream as a part of their self discovery. In fact they may have been the first culture to recognise the potential of lucid dreaming.

      "The ultimate goal in Tibetan dream yoga is to "apprehend the dream" (attain conscious awareness) then dissolve the dream state. When you are deprived of physical stimulus (from the sleeping body) and conceptual stimulus (from the dreaming mind), you can observe the purest form of conscious awareness."

      Dream Yoga: Lucid Dreaming in Tibetan Buddhism
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      I believe the aim of Buddhist Bhikkus and Bhikkunis is to not dream at all

      I can see how mindfulness of the present moment would definitely help with lucid dreaming. I can't remember if I read it on here or a Buddhist site which definitely recommended meditation within lucid dreams, something I really have to try!

      Not so sure on the bliss of flying being equated to that of nirvana/nibbana and letting go. Usually the higher states are where one disappears altogether

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