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      First lucid dream - came out of nowhere!

      I did it! I had my first lucid dream I can't believe it!!

      What an experience!! So very real! It seemed to happen around mid morning - about 10am - and after what i've read about REM cycles, seems about right for me.

      At first it was just a normal dream, though i don't remember much about it, that is, until I became lucid I was in a room with this scary black magician type guy with a top hat and all, and for some reason i just decided to show him that this is NOT a dream this is real. I said "look" - pinched my nose and tried to breathe. What i was "expecting" was not to be able to, however it didn't feel like my nose was blocked even though I knew i was pinching it. So i put more thought into it this time really focusing on the RC - Low and behold I really can actually breathe through my nose! Which means but one thing - I'm in a dream! It was surreal to finally experience what everyone else talks about. I remember those dreams where I could breathe under water, and it felt exactly the same - "i shouldn't be breathing right now but i am", however this time i became aware I also pushed my fingers through my palm - not quite what I was expecting, but I could clearly see under the skin of the back of my hand finger 'dents' moving as i move my fingers, and when i held my hand up side on, i finally saw what this RC was about and how distorted and unpredictable my fingers were - just like a strobe light flashing on and off.


      So yeah, once i came to the conclusion i was dreaming, floods of emotion and thoughts hit me, however I managed to keep my cool as I remembered reading about how excitement destabilises the dream, and now i'm in my first lucid i don't want that to happen! So i just took a few deep breaths and began walking around, just to take in the senses - Everything was so much "more" colourful and abstract, like nothing i've ever seen before (duh), the sounds seemed so much more gentle on my ears, a lovely canaries-like climate, the smell of the canaries (if you like). The only sense I didn't really engage, for some reason, was touch. Either way off I go

      I jumped with excitement as I started walking and I expected nothing out of the ordinary, and next thing I know i'm 50ft in the air hovering there - Thought I had a chance here given to me so I could fly, managed to go forward a few feet but fell back down but nice and gracefully. I started just walking around - All I wanted to do at this point was show my girlfriend that i've finally done it and show her it's a dream (she's a natural lucid dreamer - she thought everybody could do it)! What a waste right? Not so much, I didn't really want to push my luck and get excited or risk the dream falling apart, so keeping this goal in mind helped me keep what lucidity i had (i'm not sure on the 'scale' but I was plenty aware enough that it was a dream and had control over the direction i was walking etc - i could make decisions).

      The dream then 'changed'? I was now in what felt like a hospital, and whilst walking around it i kept RCing to help me stay aware - It's like the few times during the day where i try to raise my awareness of certain things carried over into the dream, so while i was going about my normal 'duties' i did RCs and it reassured me i'm still dreaming. After I did this I remember getting a blackness in the centre of my vision and decided this was me not paying attention and getting pulled out of lucidity, so I closed my eyes, span and really thought on the word 'clarity' (again, i've read this in real life that it help stabilise so i went for it - albeit slightly wrong lol), opened my eyes again and it was all very much more colourful again - literally multi coloured corridors etc. Anyway back to the hospital, I was trying to find my girlfriend, and I was being led by some kind of maid dressed in very ww2 style clothing. She took me to this room where I found my girlfriend, and there she was, she looked very similar to real life, slightly bigger chest and a bit shorter overall but this horrid 'addict' type hair. So i straight up asked her - are you an addict? And she replied that she is addicted to heroin. She then walked off and i instinctively just followed her, didn't ask any questions. She was showing me around the hospital/rehab. Very nice simple place. I think at this point i felt that i wasn't as aware but that was it - i just thought about it, i didn't DO anything about it.

      The dream changed to me driving along the motorway, but it just seemed like nobody could drive, busses, trucks, cars etc, all going at each other robot wars style I was still aware at this point, until i was distracted by a pileup on the motorway. Two cars had bashed each other off into the central reservation - one car was crushed almost and the other disappeared? i pulled over my car and put my hazards on. I called out to see if there was life and heard faint whimpers. I ran over and saw a blonde girl in a turquoise top and jeans stuck in the car, but when I went to help her out, she said "stand back, i've got this" and just got out as if nothing had happened... hey ho, at least i tried I then found her an ambulance and she was taken away. At this point I really think that I just stopped paying much attention to anything and slipped bck into nonLD.

      What an incredible experience though! I can't believe how spontaneous it was - Hell, i even had a LOT to drink last night

      Let me know what you think, and thanks for putting up with my child-like excitement
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      Congrats!! I remember my first lucid experience and it was beyond what I expected!

      It's cool also because you pretty much described the exact experience I had with the finger in hand RC, it was not what I expected either lol, but congrats! I'd like to hear more some day.

      Lucid dreams make your dreams come true!!

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      Thanks sparkley Hopefully it's the start of more to come.
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      Wish you many more .
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