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      I went to bed last night (Jan 6, 2007) and concentrated on Lucid Dreams, Reality Checks etc (mainly, "Ludicity, Lucidity")

      I fell asleep and was on the pool holding some tokens. My mind told me Ihad been diving for them (this was an event at my resort holidary on Tuesdays, but my mind thought it was thursday.) Suddenly, I randomly said, "I am dreaming" without doing any reality checks whatsoever or wondering why I am at the pool. SO I gave the tokens away and made some DCs happy and lost lucidity as the dream faded. Then I was in a van and randomly (again) sid, "I am dreaming," and became so excited that I woke up.

      Would this be considered a Mild?
      The saying "in your dreams" has taken on a whole new meaning...

      Lucid Tasks Completed: 2 regular, 1 advanced

      Apparently, my dream name is Jharaerea.

      DO A REALITY CHECK NOW

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      I think Mild is when you tell yourself to do something in a dream and then do it to become lucid.

      sorry, I dont think it is. probably a Dild
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      Yeah, I'd also say this was a DILD. But either way, you were lucid! Nicely done.

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