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      I asked a DC to draw something for me [interesting Results]

      So in my last lucid dream I wanted to try something new and cool, so I handed a marker to a DC and asked him to draw on the board what he thought math is, and then he started drawing bunch of stars aligned very closely with each other and overall it formed a nice picture. I cannot draw in real life to save my life, it was interesting to see my sub-concussions DC draw something for me. Then I asked another DC and he drew something else, it was just fascinating watching the DC draw with the marker and it was actually forming something nice.

      I thought that would be something cool if anyone wanted to try it! If you do, feel free to report it back here with the results
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      Kind of similar: once I told a DC to show me something interesting, and he flew me to some building with a bar indoors and a tennis court where people were playing what he called "Dream Tennis." It was essentially tennis, but what made it special was the physics were clearly unrealistic as if they were specifically made to be played in a dream. The ball would float, go in slow motion, shoot up into the air, even glow, and otherwise act unpredictably--and reacting to this was part of the game. You also didn't play with a tennis racket, just your hands, for some weird reason.

      I think it's really interesting what your subconscious can come up with when you ask a DC to show you something or do something for you and you don't know what to expect. It always results in the most creative and even the most beautiful things, it's one of the many reasons I like lucid dreaming. I've been running on a dry spell for a while now because of school, but I should be getting back into LDing full swing soon (around the start of June), and I'll be sure to ask a DC to draw me something and see what they can come up with.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Maxis View Post
      Kind of similar: once I told a DC to show me something interesting, and he flew me to some building with a bar indoors and a tennis court where people were playing what he called "Dream Tennis." It was essentially tennis, but what made it special was the physics were clearly unrealistic as if they were specifically made to be played in a dream. The ball would float, go in slow motion, shoot up into the air, even glow, and otherwise act unpredictably--and reacting to this was part of the game. You also didn't play with a tennis racket, just your hands, for some weird reason.

      I think it's really interesting what your subconscious can come up with when you ask a DC to show you something or do something for you and you don't know what to expect. It always results in the most creative and even the most beautiful things, it's one of the many reasons I like lucid dreaming. I've been running on a dry spell for a while now because of school, but I should be getting back into LDing full swing soon (around the start of June), and I'll be sure to ask a DC to draw me something and see what they can come up with.
      I wonder if we are allowed to take credit for the creativity of our subconscious? Haha

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      Quote Originally Posted by NeverOnce View Post
      I wonder if we are allowed to take credit for the creativity of our subconscious?
      Yes, we are ... Always take credit, because your unconscious is still you. Sometimes, creatively speaking, I think my unconscious is more "me" than me, if that makes any sense.

      Very cool thing to ask a DC to do, BTW; and what a curious result!
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