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      Curious tigersandtrees's Avatar
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      Mar 2009

      In my first lucid dream, I was a murderer

      I just read a dream tutorial by Billybo (I think...), which was awesome. I will start with my experience, briefly:

      Last night I was dreaming. I had one dream which frustrated the heck out of me (it required me reaching into the toilet to retrieve several pieces of precious makeup cargo ), then I was in another dream where I was standing in a college building with other blurry faces. I suddenly realized I was dreaming!!

      The excitement literally shook the world, and I even saw a golden flash of light, but I reminded myself to stay calm and stay in control. After that though, the dream became a lot less vivid, especially as I was trying to force things around me.

      I'm only 19 (about to be 20), my sister turns 21 this month, so becoming 21 is a huge step for me and I'm pretty excited since it's the last milestone into "pure adulthood" (I get brownie points for being ALIVE! ). I wasn't really controlling where I was going, but I ended up in a little shop and was attempting to buy - you guessed it - alcohol, for a college party.

      I also really wanted some candy, and was trying to force the candy to be there, available for me to take, but that wasn't happening. Several times in the dream I closed my eyes and told myself, "There will be a reeses in front of me!"

      This method did work a few times - once when I handed my ID to the cashier, who accepted my age as 21, but was highly suspicious, once when I forced money into my pocket to pay for booze and goodies, and once when I wanted a guy to notice me and who stared at me open-jawed.

      Shortly after purchasing candy I only had 1 dollar on me and couldn't force anymore money into my pocket, but it was then that the cashiers suspicion became a little creepy. She wasn't suspicious of my age, she thought I had killed someone over the weekend and was trying to inquisition me .

      I pretty much high tailed out of there after that.

      After reading the LD tutorial by Billybo, I think from now on I will use his passive method rather than the forced one. Forced control really does take the magic out of it and I really do want to go with the flow.

      I don't really understand how to do RCs. My method of falling asleep has always been to put myself in a dreamy state by imagining fun, happy and good things and to fall asleep in those 'daydreams'. The last dream I had where a lightswitch didn't work I think I was 9 or 10, and I have been keeping a journal to keep track of my dreams, but I can't find any similarities that would point to RCs.

      Oh well, I just wanted to share this and ask about everyone else's weird LDs.

      edit: OOHH I forgot to mention, when I first realized I was lucid in my dream, the first thing I did was I jumped up and flew, hovered in the air a bit and then landed!

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      Green Mice Everywhere 12g951ad's Avatar
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      Jul 2008
      hey nice dream

      you don't understand how to RC ?
      ok there are many RC ways
      my most used is the ''nose pinch'' all you do is pinch your nose when your awake you cant breath but in a dream you can so you understand its a dream

      other one is to push your finger trought your hand works in a dream

      well these are the most simple ones but you will find more in tutorials
      Insanity is the mind's only effective defense against reality.
      sometimes dreams are so good that it hurts to wake up... .


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