• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views

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    1. #1
      Join Date
      Aug 2008

      Talking It Finally Happened!

      Yes! OMG yes! I finally had one!

      I've been trying to get myself to do this since about August, and I finally had one. Best of all, I was able to control it!

      I was having this horrible nightmare where this crazy woman was holding me in her house, forcing me to eternally be her friend, and if I didn't, she was the type to torture you for not understanding her or leaving her house. I was terrified, and suddenly, I realized it was a dream. I had complete control of myself, which I had never had before! I was super excited about it, but I was so scared, and all I wanted was this torment to end. So I used it to my advantage. I stood up, and for about 2 straight minutes, I was yelling to my subconsious self. "Brandi! It's a dream! Wake up!" That's all I kept yelling. When that wasn't working the greatest (things were kind of disappearing, but I wasn't ending the dream), I said to my dream self "Oh yeah! I remember reading on dream views that you can spin on the spot and your dream could change!"

      So I did.

      My whole dream started sort of melting away and going farther into the distance. I spun and spun, but my dream wasn't completely over yet. So I tried yelling a few more times, and the next thing I knew I was sitting bolt upright in bed, breathing heavily as I realized I was actually awake this time.

      I'm really psyched about being able to do it! I'm so glad I remembered what to do when during a dream, and I can't wait to have another one. Maybe this time, I'll stay dreaming and form it to what I want! Hooray!!!

    2. #2
      Join Date
      Nov 2007
      LD Count
      im here for you
      Well Congrats!
      That's one of the best ways to achieve lucidity, in my opinion, as you're getting over your nightmare as well!
      This is techincally a DILD, if you wanted to know. Look up more of that in the tutorials if you're interested in sticking with that path.

      Good luck, and here's hoping for many more!


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