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      Lucid experiences becoming more real?

      Lately I've been experiencing more and more lucid dreams... I think I've used most of the common DILD signs I could think of (reading text, digital clock, light switch, obscure objects...) - all of which worked for me. The last one, I just unconsiously checked all of those signs.. and once I was convinced I was dreaming, I started walking/flying around, through the ceiling (as always) which, for reason, always feels like I'm going to through cake or something. And I end up at the top of some sort of hill. It's always night. I always see that same city of beaming lights, amongst a beautiful glow of stars over the other side, away from the city.
      Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that, these lucid dreams are feeling more and more real when I experience them. It's somewhat amazing, but it just makes me more curious... about the extent our minds are capable of creating, or 'deluding' even...

      Anyone have any thoughts on this?

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      I think, that during the sleep, our brain works almost the same as when awake, except it doesn't receive any sense preceptions from organs and creates its own instead. Lucid dreaming is just learning how to improve and control the emulation.

      Btw a cool trick for changing the night into a day Close your eyes and pull the sun up on the sky just like opening the garage door or something like that. You should feel that you're actually pulling some weight and your eyelids should ligten up. When you open your eyes, the sun is high in the sky The feeling is really great
      LDs so far: 14 (WILDs: 3, DILDs: 11)

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kexo View Post
      Btw a cool trick for changing the night into a day Close your eyes and pull the sun up on the sky just like opening the garage door or something like that. You should feel that you're actually pulling some weight and your eyelids should ligten up. When you open your eyes, the sun is high in the sky The feeling is really great
      haha I sometimes have problems with my eyelids opening during my lucids, so _I_ would be hesitant to use that one. Would be sweet though.

      (Which gives me the notion that I should use a sleeping mask.. 1, to see if it fixes the problem, and 2, if i'm actually dreaming it instead and it's some weird perception I have while accidentally waking myself up during an LD)
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      Quote Originally Posted by Daria View Post
      Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that, these lucid dreams are feeling more and more real when I experience them. It's somewhat amazing, but it just makes me more curious... about the extent our minds are capable of creating, or 'deluding' even...

      Anyone have any thoughts on this?
      Now you're getting me excited!

      I've been lucid about 4 times. Two in the past week. I remember these the most, and as excited as I was to have it, I was a little bit let down that they weren't as vivid as i had been expecting. But reading up somemore, I guess they're not what you're expecting at first, and you can only get better at it.

      Do you have any tips on how yours have been increasing in clarity and vividness? Or is it just the more you have been having them increases the realism in them?

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      I always try to concentrate and make up the details on something. For example, in my last lucid, I was on some path. Everything was REALLY blurry and I couldn't see anything. I crouched down, found some rock, picked it up (even the feeling of touching makes the dreams more vivid) and imagined how a rock should look like. Everything began to sharpen and focus and ended up as real (and maybe more ) as real life.
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