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      Hey guys

      When growing up is safe to say I've have experience many forms of dreaming which maybe have not always understood and haven't really had a place to share such ideas with people.

      After going though a bad time in my life this was on hold for a while, though recently I seem to have more control over dreams I've been having.

      Mainly in this post wanted to share one dream experience I had not so long ago, after sharing it with someone who put it down to ohh yea you only dreamt you did that and dismissed it as that.

      We'll I can't remember full details though i was escaping from something in my dream, believe was zombie related sadly common theme in nightmares I have, any who's I was using a ladder to get away. Knowing I was in a dream I thought this ladder is right and was able, after trying a few times to change how it looked in size etc just by thinking about wanting it different. Though not liking dream I wanted to wake, even though I was enjoying being able to do this. I pressed my fingers on my nose to wake up, after many nightmares of having to wake myself up this was a method had never used.

      Well after waking up into a bed I had not known it was clear I just had a false awakening, this follow dream was short and not much to it.

      However would be interested to hear some views/ similar experiences people have had with things such as this

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      If you were lucid (knew it was a dream) instead of trying to wake up why not just ignore the zombie, if you ignore them they disappear.

      Generally I don't need any specific dream action to wake myself up. If I am lucid and have been so for a long time and I ask myself a question like how did I become lucid and I don't even remember (while still lucid) then I know I am losing as much dream as I am gaining so if it is a good one I just wake myself by thinking wake up. Sometimes when I have a lucid that is unstable and completely sucks then I try to run thru a wall into the void, to summon a new dreamscape (I call this attempt dream suicide, attempting to kill the dream).

      Of course I have false awakenings both where I begin to false journal believing I am awake, and where I realize hey how come I woke up on this bus or something and return to being Lucid. Sometimes when I survive the void I seem to have woken up somewhere but I'm not likely to fall for a false awakening from the void.

      Next time a you are being zombie chased in a Lucid dream try this. Hold out your hands not all the way out but mostly then stretch them and as you do grow into a giant. Then turn and stomp the zombie into a pancake then pull your arms in to shrink back down. Or try to fly away or go thru a door and close it and ignore the zombie, or draw a weapon and kill it (always throw away the weapon afterwards, walking around in your dream with a drawn weapon is just asking your subconscious to send you some more trouble, 'hey subconscious I want to fight' is the message it sends)
      Sure LUCID DREAMS are all fun and games until someone loses a third eye.

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