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      My first experience...

      Hi,
      First don't look to close to my english, it's not very good. (I'm from France)
      I had only one dream of this kind, and it was really funny and very vivid.

      I was coming back home with a friend, and then I saw my father and my uncle building a huge indoor/outdoor swimming-pool.
      It's not really fantastic for a dream but this fact made me realize that there is no swimming pool at home, so, it is a dream!
      And I always wanted to be conscious in my dream to play God, making stuff appear and disappear, then I was ver exited.
      I was next to the swimming pool, staring at it and focusing my mind to make it vanish. And I succeed!
      I focused my glance once again at the place left by the swimming pool (wich became green lawn) to make it coming back and at this time I felt a force pulling me backward toward a wall behind me. There was a 7/8 years old boy next to me, I was shouting "It's a dream, it's a dream, it's not real, wake up!" as an endeavour to make him realise in wich illusion we were blocked.
      And he seemed to understand and he began to be pulled back too!

      I woke up before hitting the wall behind.

      I would like to know the meaning of this way to wake up. Why being pulled back? Why not simply wake up?

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      wow, that is an odd way to wake up. i don't really know why, but then again, dreams are weird things. i can give you some tips on how not to wake up if you would like them. congratulations of your (first?) lucid deram!!
      Be different: Conform.

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      This night, who knows?

      I didn't succeed to have another dream like this.
      but I'm still working hard on it.
      And maybe next night will be the good one, so I would need your tips!
      Would you like to share it?

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      spinning around works well for people and so does rubbing your hand...i really don't know why though....i'll let you know if i find some more.
      Be different: Conform.

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      Some say that by spinning you stimulte the arae of the brain responsible for balance, and that somehow ties in with that which regulates dreaming

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      Very interesting regarding the spinning... I was wondering what the explanation for that technique was. Sorry.. I don't know the meaning of that dream, but I have had similar experiences of being pulled backwards or in directions that I don't want to go like a magnetic force or gravitational force or something.

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      puh, frogs....


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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      frogs...?

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      Hi, *
      First don't look to close to my english, it's not very good. (I'm from France) *
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      Frogs...


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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