Well, I'll get straight to the point, this was really cool, but it didn't make much sense.

I woke up 15 minutes before I had to get ready for school, with no luck for any lucids. So in frustration, I said to myself, "You know what? I'm going to have a lucid, I don't care - I have fifteen minutes, so what? I'm going to do it." And then I did a lazy kind of MILD, and found myself drifting.

This is where it gets weird: I didn't feel like I was asleep, but I was, without consideration, imagining a dreamscape. Then before I knew it, I was inside the dream, lucid. But it felt kind of weak, like I was almost awake. Strangley, it was very vivid. I found myself levitating in a carpark, rising as high as the buildings and skyscrapers around me. I felt like someone was advising me to "Imagine beauty to energize lucidity", but I heard no voice telling me! (The beauty was the immense cityscape around me) Eventually, after about ten seconds, I fell backward into the carpark and lost lucidity, as I expected.

Then I had a false awakening, but I didn't know it. I tried to go back to sleep, imagining the dream again. WHAM! I am hovering mid air near a spectacular sized tree, and lucid. I flew out of the area near its gigantic branches, and I find myself back in the next-generation cityscape (like before). I flew all around, and the dream ended when I lost flight control and landed in a lake.

The coolest thing about it, was not only the amazing scenery and flying, but the way I got into the dreams. I simply imagined the dreamscape, vividly.

Could this be a form of WILD? The transitions happened so fast, and I didn't feel anything.

What do you guys think of this?