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      was it freakin lucid or not?!?!

      ...I've had a couple dreams where I knew I was dreaming, but I was like, yeah I'll wait till I get over there (I was walking on a sidewalk) and then I'll become lucid...HOW FREAKIN LAZY IS THAT?!?! I KNEW I WAS DREAMING BUT DIDN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT!!! now, it had to be a non-lucid dream because if I knew I would do something not just let it go on non-lucidly...but...I DID know I was dreaming, so it HAD to be a lucid dream...GAH! I'm so confuuuzed!!!


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      I know exactly what your talking about. Its like you come in and out and never really focus. Maybe this happens when the mind is very tired. Does the mind get tired? Im not Sure. Or maybe you thats when you want to dream and not have control at that moment.

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      Bah! I hate it when this happens :x Usually you become lucid but then you forget that you are and slip back into the flow of the dream... it's annoying, sometimes I find I become lucid but can't actually do anything, thats annoying even more so :x
      But eventually this will happen less and less just as long as you keep on going at it.
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      Yeah, I've had those wasted lucid dreams. It's like you recognize that its a dream, but don't really care to do anything. Sometimes you'll still believe part of the dream. They're good signs though, they happen more and more frequently as your fully lucid dreams happen more and more.
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      Dont trip homey its just dreaming go with the flow

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      I really enjoy the feeling of knowing it's a dream and not trying to control it. It makes it seem more of an adventure. I've been LDing for so freakin long that I've pretty much ran out of things to do. Lately I have just been visiting the cities that I have created over the years and seeing how the people within have progressed.

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      that's not what did...I don;t think it was lucid...now that I think about it.


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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