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    Thread: My First Lucid Dream

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      My First Lucid Dream

      For the past couple of months, I have become very interested in Lucid Dreaming. As I would read more and more on this subject, I also read about techniques that can be used to achieve one; the one that stood out to me the most being the DILD technique. This one seemed very easy, and dream journals and reality checks are something that I've applied to my daily routine with ease.

      Although I would research Lucid Dreaming for quite some time, I never truly began to practice the DILD technique March; the first bit of time was spent getting more interested and learning. It was on a Sunday when I began to write in my dream journal and do reality checks, and it all payed off when I finally experienced my first lucid dreaming two weeks later, on a Saturday night.

      In my dream, I was lying down on my bed. It was daytime, and a bright white light was coming from the window, as if the sky was covered in clouds that were scattering light everywhere. I reached my arm out towards the wall to touch it, and as I made contact, my hand went through the wall completely. No cracking in the wall at all, nor any feeling in my hand. It just went through as it if was a hologram.

      This was the moment in which my consciousness was unlocked, and had entered my dream. I said to myself, "Okay, I'm dreaming.. I'm dreaming..", and then thought of a place to go. Mt. Everest was what I had in mind, and in that instant, I saw a portal-like opening surrounded by hazy clouds open up. Inside of the opening was the top of Mt. Everest, and I didn't move towards it; instead, it simply opened up further and consumed me. There I was, on the top of Mt. Everest, viewing the layers of clouds under me and the peaks of other mountains in the horizon. I remember hearing the wind blow against me, as well as the cold air surrounding me. This dream lasted for a few seconds, until it ended and I entered another dream.

      My next dream wasn't lucid. However, I do remember smiling to myself in that one, knowing that I had just experienced a lucid dream. It's as if my consciousness was still there, but didn't want to engage in becoming lucid. All in all, this was an amazing experience, and I hope to have more in the future.
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      Congratulations. Keep up the good work.
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