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      Lucid again but with no powers!

      Last night, I was having a dream which had already lasted ages and then while i was running with my mate, i looked at my watch and it was 9.59. I had 1 minute to get somewhere but as I was running I became lucid and stopped running.

      My friend had disappeared but Dot Cotton (UK Soap character) from EastEnders was there. I told her this is a dream and she didnt believe me until i told her to fly and she did!

      Problem was, that when I tried to fly, i couldn't. I was jumping to fly like i normally do and I just wasnt going anywhere. I was so annoyed in my dream so i thought i'd try my Zanzoken Superspeed travel by commanding it. It felt as it it was about to work but still I could not do that (and never have been able to yet). I asked some DC's to help but they were useless. So I looked at my hands, front and back. They seemed perfectly real - (i love just observing how real every thing looks). I tried to fly again and got a bit further this time. Managed to float about a room wiht a high ceiling.

      Then I heard my alarm in my dream. I thought to myself "No way - No way am I waking up now". I saw my sister floating about and said "Go and turn my alarm off so I dont wake up. I even said LA LA LA LA and blocked out the noise of it! The alarm went off and I started to slowly fly upwards - my aim was to go into space again.

      Suddenly my vision became like tunnel vision and what i could see was fading. I tried desperately to remove the tunnel vision with my hands, like pulling my vision apart ! Weird... but I woke up at 7.26am - My alarm was set for 7.50 so it was all made up in my dream.

      Anyone know how to regain powers when you lose them? I have a feeling that the more lucid you are, the harder it is to use powers because you are more aware that its impossible to do these things really.

      Thanks 4 reading
      Lucid at least once a week, mainly on weekends.

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      Re: Lucid again but with no powers!

      Originally posted by bassaddict
      Anyone know how to regain powers when you lose them? I have a feeling that the more lucid you are, the harder it is to use powers because you are more aware that its impossible to do these things really.
      You answered your own question. It is all about believing in yourself.
      Keep practicing and believe! You will get better at it, I promise.
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      2 more LD's last night

      My LD's are getting better and better. Last night, after only just over 2 hours of sleep, I had an LD. I span on the spot when it started fading and actually felt dizzy but found myself still in a dream. This time in my brothers bedroom and i was about to climb out of his window to fly when he suddenly said "What you doing? You're not dreaming you know!". The dream was very very real and I said I must be I just came out of the last dream and now I am here. After a bit, i really started to think I was awake which is a scary thought at the time!

      Then I remembered the RC by looking at a digital clock. I said to him to look at the clock on his video and the digits were all over the place - it wasnt even displaying a readable time. And with that I knew myself I was dreaming, proceeded to climb out of the window and flew around a bit.

      First time I have ever used an RC in a dream !
      Lucid at least once a week, mainly on weekends.

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      Re: 2 more LD's last night

      Originally posted by bassaddict
      My LD's are getting better and better. Last night, after only just over 2 hours of sleep, I had an LD. I span on the spot when it started fading and actually felt dizzy but found myself still in a dream. This time in my brothers bedroom and i was about to climb out of his window to fly when he suddenly said \"What you doing? You're not dreaming you know!\". The dream was very very real and I said I must be I just came out of the last dream and now I am here. After a bit, i really started to think I was awake which is a scary thought at the time!

      Then I remembered the RC by looking at a digital clock. I said to him to look at the clock on his video and the digits were all over the place - it wasnt even displaying a readable time. And with that I knew myself I was dreaming, proceeded to climb out of the window and flew around a bit.

      First time I have ever used an RC in a dream !
      What would of done if you had forgotten the RC? xD...What if you were awake...Your brother would think you were crazy..xD

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      if you dont know wheather you are awake or not after about 10 seconds you are probably dreaming.

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      Who knows what I would have done if I'd forgotten it. I'd have probably tried flying around the room first to be safe. But I was lucid and i've never been told i'm actually awake before in a dream so an RC seemed logical.

      You know, recently during my normal waking life, i've been putting into place a thought, every time I come across an obstacle - well not so much of an obstacle, but a situation and it works because i've found i do this in my dreams which triggers an LD. Eg - If I was walking and needed to climb over something, I'd imagine i would fly over it. If i needed to get across the road before the car came past, i'd imagine using superspeed to get across. If I am looking for someone in a crowded place (usually clubs), i'd imagine X-Ray or zooming vision. All these thoughts are only split second but i've found I do it in dreams and it triggers LDs.

      In fact the once it didnt work though - I did it in a dream which seemed very real. I had to jump over a small wall and i thought "Ha! Imagine if this was a dream! I'd take off flying" When I woke up I was like "Oh man!"
      Lucid at least once a week, mainly on weekends.

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      hey man ive got the same kinda non power thing going on when i become lucid too

      when im lucid its like im not thinking straight because im not aware enough to think to myself "what to i want to try now that im lucid"

      instead

      i just do things without taking the time to think

      hopefully ill get better

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      well pcmsurf, i use to have those kinds of "Lucid Dreams" intill i realized that they were just really vivid dreams. maybe that's what ur expirerencing...
      -="No ones a virgin, life screws us all."=-

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      yeah ive only had about 15 short lds


      last night was my longest one and i forgot alot of it cuz i was so tired after waking up from it that i went back to sleep

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