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      Part lucid and FA

      Not much to remember off this guys!

      I remember being in a car and thinking i was lucid, the dream went blury and was faded away, i started rubbing my hands as fast as i could but no, but when the dream went i thought i woke up but it was just another dream and ive just really woke up now ans realised this.

      In the dream where It blurred out, i didnt feel as real as waking life, maybe i was part lucid, it felt as if i was seeing myself in 3rd person
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      Hey JoshMcNaught!

      It sounds to me like you could have had a dream that changed scenes. How did you become aware of the fact that you were dreaming in the FA? Did you perform a RC?

      As far as the "blurry" sensation you got, that is fairly common in partially lucid dreams. I find that verbal commands work best (at least for me) when I notice the dream is fuzzy, or not as vivid as I would like. I've never personally had much luck with the hand rubbing technique.
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      The only reason i thought it was an FA was because when i awakened from the dream i went about my normal day, i remember opened my bedroom window and when i actually woke up i had a sense of FA, so i confirmed this why checking my window and it was closed.

      Looking back on being part lucid, it felt likebi wasnt really aware of it but at the same time i was thinking about not exiting the dream.
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      By the sound of it, it may have been an FA (since you opened the window, which was then discovered to be closed). The most important thing to do once lucid is properly ground yourself, fully immerse your dream body into the scene. This will help with increased lucidity, clarity, and overall control
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      Quote Originally Posted by Chewnie91 View Post
      By the sound of it, it may have been an FA (since you opened the window, which was then discovered to be closed). The most important thing to do once lucid is properly ground yourself, fully immerse your dream body into the scene. This will help with increased lucidity, clarity, and overall control
      I didnt go lucid last last night, but i did recall like 4/5 dreams!!
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