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      Lucid dream experiences

      Hello, I am new here but have looked at some threads. I thought I would share my own experiences.

      I will eventually post my dreams but they will be either out of order or I will add them as I feel up to it.

      The one dream that sticks out the most was when I used the door technique.

      I was in some kind of church. It was very small and I was in the back. Everyone was in front of me on a balcony. I was dreaming. Everyone just stood there looking at me. Realizing that I was dreaming, I imagined a door behind me. I turned around, and there was the door. It was the third time I used the door, and the most successful yet, though it was unsuccessful. I opened the door ignoring the crowd behind me. Opening the door revealed a world dusty, similar to your stereotype of the Oklahoma dust bowl. Cars drove very slowly down the road before me. I closed the door. I opened it again. This time it was a city. I didn't look around much and shut the door again. I looked behind me, and everyone was still looking at me. I thought really hard. But I couldn't think of anything. I opened the door again. It was a vast sea, in which the raves gently rippled. As I had experienced before, I knew I could dive down and fly through it. The ocean has always freaked me out. Its deep, dark, unknown, scary. I looked at the sea and the horizon knowing what I could do, but I passed on it out of fear. I shut the door again and woke up.

      Looking back at this now, I know what my mistake was. I had no goal. In my dream, I knew what I could do, but I could not make it happen because I had no goal nor could I think of what I wanted. Even now I cannot think of what I want. Therefore, each time I opened the door, it was completely random.

      I think the most important thing to have before you have lucid dream are goals. What do I hope to get out of it? I read online that you can talk to your subconscious... maybe then I can figure things out.
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      Yo and welcome to Dreamviews!
      Goals indeed are important, and if you don't have goal list yet, be sure to make one and read it sometimes through the day and especially before going to sleep, that will make it sure that you will remember it in dream.
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      Yes it is good to have some idea of what kinds of things you want to do when you get Lucid. At the same time too many goals can take some of the sense of freedom away. There was a time when I had so many different tasks I was trying to complete that I got thoroughly sick of tasking. I missed doing completely random things with whatever interesting opportunities presented themselves. So I think it's good to have a balance between the two. If there is a fun challenge immediately presenting itself, or just a quirky idea that comes to mind after becoming Lucid. Go for those first. But then there are always those moments when one finds them self wondering what they should do next. Those are the ideal moments for trying pre-planned experiments.

      For the record, I thought your experiment with opening and closing the door was a good one. Though one of my favorite things to do is to overcome scary situations. I'd recommend diving head first into the sea next time. With the knowledge that there isn't anything there that can harm you. Even if some giant scary creature tries to bite you in half, lol. Let it, and see that it's no big deal after all.

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      A couple nights ago I only remember the lucid part of my dream. I was in space and flying around. I was playing some kind of game, shooting missiles like in star fox. What really stands out, is that there was no such thing as up and down, and Earth was there only as a reference point. It was exhilarating traveling in any direction at any time I decided. I am aware that there can be a phobia of such an environment, and a few times it freaked me out, because there was no up or down, only where I was. Every time I got freaked out I was so scared that I would stopped flying and would kick my feet to move over.

      Flying seems to be the most common theme in my lucid dreaming, and, I think it is because, I still, have no goals.

      But I do have one goal, but I have no idea how to achieve it. I want to talk to my subconcious. I read that this is possible. I want to talk to myself. I hope I can make it happen.

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      Nice one, congrats.
      Also remember that there's nothing to be afraid of in dreams, and LDs are definitely one of the best methods to defeat fears, phobias and such.
      As for talking to subconscious, it's kinda different for everyone. You could try summoning DC that represents your subconscious, maybe copy of yourself or finding a dream guide, or maybe even think up your own idea how to do it.
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