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      Awake and Lucid

      Has anyone been awake and aware of physical reality while maintaining their lucidity?

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      I had one experience where I was on a farm (maybe some sort of commune) and was interacting verbally with the woman that owned the farm.

      I awoke from the dream and was on my bed, but I was still able to maintain contact with the voice of this woman.

      We talked (through telepatch - typo, but really cool) for about 10 minutes.
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      Yes, i have.

      Basicly it was like a lucid day-dream... That is kind of what happened with me.

      I was laying in my seat in school, just with my eyes closed. Just sitting there with my head on my arms and having the dream. My teachers didnt notice, and i just day-dreamed that i got up out of my seat, and sharpened my pencil. Then i shortly was awaken, and i wish i would have done more when this happened, but my pencil was broken.

      I never knew it could have been concidered a lucid dream.

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      Not Exactly what I mean

      I was not only "Lucid", but I was AWAKE. I was on my bed, for real and not in a day dream. However, my communication with the woman voice in my dream was able to continue. I do not know if Lucid is the correct word from this state. I had transfered from a lucid dream state, to being awake while still maintaining contact with the person from my dream. We talked (well through telepatch ) for 5-10 minutes, until it was time to get out of bed.
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      In the only lucid dream I've had, I was touching the walls, and they felt like they should, but they also felt like the walls at home in my bedroom, so I realized that my hand must be touching stuff in the real world.
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      i've awaken from a dream and slipped back into it if that's what your asking. i haven't awaken and still had a conscious connection to the dream world. it usually takes me a few seconds to remember the dream so the two worlds could never flow that smoothly together for me.
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      I'm not sure, but I think this may have happened to me. It was only at the start of the dream, and it felt exactly like I was awake and dreaming at the same time. I thought that if I moved too suddenly or did anything too exciting I would wake up. Luckily, I road it out and ended up having a great lucid dream.

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      Yes, this does happen from time to time. The line between asleep and awake is very broad and fuzzy. On one side of the spectrum, you have dreaming, on the other, daydreaming.

      There are many fine shades of conciousness between the two. I suspect you were just barely in the dream state.

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      Maintaining the connection

      Originally posted by RedStarSoldier
      I'm not sure, but I think this may have happened to me. *It was only at the start of the dream, and it felt exactly like I was awake and dreaming at the same time. *I thought that if I moved too suddenly or did anything too exciting I would wake up. *Luckily, I road it out and ended up having a great lucid dream.
      Well... I did have to keep myself relaxed and breath properly to keep my connection. However, the only "dream" state that remained was audial. (I quote the dream, because I contest that I was in commune with was a real person)
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