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      Haha, guess I forgot
    2. Thought I'd drop by and say that's a sick sig.
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      Ha yeah, I'm trying too... so far, I'm failing, but I feel that I've been understanding the whole process much better, so I'm getting more and more excited about trying again tonight! I see you're from England, that's fun!!! I've only been to London twice, but it's definitely my favourite place in the world. I wish I could visit more of England, though. Which part of England are you from?
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      Hey! How are you?
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      I have a strong preference for EDM, I've fallen asleep at rave clubs before because the music was so comforting. But, like I said before, I'll listen to just about anything. I'd have to say that my favorite EDM besides dubstep is electro, they're both tied up there at the top for different reasons. I listen to more dubstep than electro especially these days because I'm a lot more chill than I used to be when I would go to clubs and stuff a lot, but electro hits me in a... special way. This is one of my favorite electro songs:

      http://soundcloud.com/djexceed/chocolate-puma-bingo-players-disco-electrique-exceed-remix-1 (it's not on YouTube)

      I can't even begin to describe how it makes me feel. Granted, I listened to at the peak of the furthest I have ever been from ordinary consciousness.
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      It's pretty good, huh? That's one of my favorite old songs. And undoubtedly, I just had to be sure. I haven't been focusing on dubstep in a little while because I overdid it for a long time, but I'll see what I can pull out of the old memory banks. Lemme build up a PM playlist and I'll send it to you!
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      Looks like a good list. Skrillex I like, and I've listened to some of the other stuff before but mostly I listen to the older, chiller, and more trippy stuff. I've been listening to dubstep for almost three years now. I'll listen to literally anything, but dubstep is probably my favorite genre, or at least among the top. Do you just listen to dubstep regularly, or do you listen to it in the "right" mindset?

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      Not a whole lot, I've been trying to find music all day for my new 160 GB iPod. I'm finally giving my ears a rest! What kind of songs are on the playlist? (Dubstep, obviously, but I mean more specficially. )
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      Hey, what's up?
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      hehe awesome!
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    Welp, name's Luke. Resist the urge to make Star Wars jokes if you can...

    I'm obsessed with music, I play bass and drums. I LOVE The Cure, more than anyone I know and most likely more than anyone you know. I collect records because I'm cool and retro like that.
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    First taste of flight!

    by LbV on 02-10-2012 at 03:47 PM
    Had a really short lucid this morning. I woke up for about 20 minutes and decided to try another MILD as I was still pretty tired.

    I was in a big house, looking at the view from the window it made me think I was on the third or fourth floor. The impression I had of the house, even without seeing it from the outside was that it looked like a traditional childs doll house, big pointed triangular roof, white picket fence etc. The room I was approaching was clearly a childs room, all soft colours, soft toys and a crib in the corner.

    As I walked through the door, I suddenly became lucid. I have no idea what triggered it, leaning against the wall I randomly told myself 'I'm dreaming' and it worked. So I did an RC, pinching my nose again. I can never remember to do any others for some reason. So far I haven't needed it but I know I should try to use them.

    Anyway, I tried shouting 'dream stabilize' and 'clarify' because it didn't feel stable, it felt like I was really dizzy or drunk. Things were blurry and I had trouble walking straight. I'm not sure if that's common. The dream did get more stable after a bit and I began to think about what I wanted to do with my time here. The first thing I saw while looking around the room was a high window showing a bright blue summer sky. The window was really thin but spanning the width of the room. I wanted to fly out of it, not thinking I'd be able to do it, I just lept up, arms in front of me and aimed for the window. Slowly, I glided to the window, almost like I was on a rope. Unfortunately when I got to the window I began to lose control of the flight and went off to the right, nearly crashing into the wall. I gave up on it when I got back to the ground and went to explore the house.

    After that I don't remember what happened, I probably started to lose lucidity. As I said it wasn't very stable. But this is the motivation I needed, just experiencing the buzz you get from it has reinvigorated my focus. Hopefuly it'll lead to more success.

    Lucid dreaming... without the lucid.

    by LbV on 01-29-2012 at 05:07 PM
    I got back home late last night from the pub so I didn't think to attempt a MILD or anything. Immediately crashed into my bed and fell asleep. I did have an interesting dream though.

    This was the tail end of a longer dream, the parts before I only remember fragments of.

    I was sat in a car on a long motorway with walls either side, I had the impression this road was really high in the sky. There were 4 other people in the car with, none of which I can remember recognising. The road was desolate and abandoned, not a single other person in sight, there were empty cars littered about the place. Our car wasn't moving, we had stopped just before going into this dark tunnel when our engine had stopped. The tunnel was on a bit of a downhill slant so me and another man got out and gave the car a push until we started rolling, avoiding the empty cars on the way down.

    Emerging from the tunnel it was clear that the road had collapsed and if we couldn't stop the car we were heading straight off. The car stopped before the drop and everyone got out to peer over the edge. It was a small enclosed area of rubble and dark green water, everyone took an aversion to the water as if it was dangerous. Gradually we climbed down the drop and started making our way over the water, jumping on debris and wooden poles. The man leading the group across reached the end of the path of debris to find it lead nowhere.

    He turned to me as I reached the end and told me this was just a dream, that we could simply fly out of here. So we did, we flew through the wall enclosing the pool of water to find nothing, a vast grey empty space. As if you noclipped through a map in a videogame. He turned to me again and sounded concerned about the lack of anything out here, I think his words were 'There's no world.'

    I told him not to worry as I remembered that you can summon things in dreams and told him that I'd created a big grassy field. It appeared as I finished the sentence. We flew around exploring the infinite field.

    And that's all I remember, I wasn't actually lucid but had dreamt about being lucid. A strange experience. I kicked myself in the morning for not noticing it as a sign to become lucid.

    Intense luciditiy

    by LbV on 01-15-2012 at 07:36 PM
    This just happened to me as I was having a short recovery nap, I may have gotten pretty drunk last night lol. I decided to take a go at MILDing again seeing as I hadn't tried in a few days due to family visiting and stuff. This is what happened.

    I live on a big housing estate in a small town in rural england, the high street is about a 20 minutes walk from my house, a walk I make regularly.

    In the dream, I was at the bottom of the hill approaching the estate, it was a warm day with the sun shining bright in the sky. As I continued walking my usual path up the hill I suddenly came to realise that I couldn't remember how I had gotten there, why had I gone into town? Why was I going home? I think it was around then I became lucid as I toyed with the possibility that this could be a dream.

    My next thought was to do an RC, I really wasn't expecting it to work for some reason. The surroundings were so familiar, something I see so common that I just couldn't imagine why it would be a dream. So I pinched my nose, tried to breath... and I could. At this point the excited feeling came all at once over my body, I didn't wake up just yet. I turned around and the sun had filled the horizon, vague blurry outlines of rooftops and the churches steeple waved back and forth in front of me like a heatwave on hot tarmac. It felt like the earth was crashing into the sun. On my right a dark silhoutte of a man wearing a long trench coat came walking leisurely towards me, as if nothing was out of the ordinary.

    And I woke up.

    Pretty intense right? I think it could easily have been inspired by one of my favourite films: Sunshine. Although I haven't watched it in a while, I've always been blown away by everything in that movie.

    First lucid since joining!

    by LbV on 01-11-2012 at 12:07 PM
    I finally did it! Immediately wrote it down when I awoke, althought I didn't get lucid until near the end of the dream.

    I was visiting a large shopping centre, in a bookshop. On my way out I was accused of stealing by the shopkeeper and she tried to grab me, I resisted because I knew I was innocent. Eventually I pushed her away from me and walked out the shop, at this point it became apparent that I was with some school teachers and I was a student. Obviously the teachers were very angry with my behaviour and started shouting at me as I walked away, ignoring them I carried on through the mall. Still walking away I noticed an old friend had come up beside me and told me that she skips school a lot with her friends. She then told me that they like to go and lucid dream when they skip school. We carried on walking until we left the shopping centre, outside it was a dark very cloudy night. Me and my friend sat on a ledge overlooking a back road down below, she told me that she wanted to jump down but she was scared of hurting herself. I looked at her and told her that it was a dream and it didn't matter, so she jumped and disappeared from my vision.

    It was then that an old style london taxi cab came reversing down the road below me, I read the last 3 numbers of the rear license plate, it carried on reversing until I could see the front license plate. I read the front plate, noticing it was different from the rear, I read it again and it had changed. This was how I became lucid.


    Realizing I was in a dream now, I read the license plate a couple more times noticing the changes. Telling myself I was dreaming over and over again helped me calm down a little. So I thought the next thing I should do is some more RC's, still sat on the ledge, I looked at my hands and tried counting my fingers and then pinched my nose while trying to breath.

    I remembered the next thing to do would be to stabilize the dream, so I started rubbing my hands together while taking my surroundings in. The sky was dark and cloudy but bright stars were still shining through casting light onto the scene. The shopping centre was still behind me and the road was below me, the taxi had stopped now. I stood up and looked back to the sky, I wanted it to be day. So I focused on where I thought the sun should be and snapped my fingers to try and change the time of day. Instead what happened was a flash of lightning. But as I watched I realised that the same area kept flashing with light, it looked like the sun was blinking on and off like a light bulb trying to turn on.

    Giving up I went into the shopping centre, where I noticed a door that wasn't there before. I was reaching for the handle when my sister opened the door and asked if I would like to come in, I said yes and squeezed past her. It was a very posh looking hotel room. She and her friends were sat on a bed counting down to midnight like it was new years.

    I'm not sure what happened really after that, I think I began to lose control of the dream and woke up not long after.


    by LbV on 01-09-2012 at 04:14 PM
    I've been recalling more and more dream fragments since starting lucid dreaming and I do write them all down on paper but as most of them are just stuttered sentences of what I remember I don't feel like writing them all up on here too. But I had quite an interesting dream last night.

    I was sat in a large grassy field late at night, soft rain falling constantly. Although I knew it was a field, I couldn't really see it because it was full, to the brim, with people sat on the ground. We were all waiting for busses to leave, I think the notion was that I was leaving a festival. Me and a few friends were sat together on the wet ground trying to talk over the ambient sounds of a thousand other conversations.

    Somebody tapped me on the shoulder, I turned to face the person and they offered me some sweets but as I turned back there was now a small building amongst the crowd in front of me, it's door was open, shedding a yellow light across the crowd. A voice called for me from inside. I got up off the ground and made my way through all the seated people and entered the building. Once I was inside I realised the building was bigger than I had first though, the ceiling was low and the whole room was at a slight angle. The room I entered was a part of a surgery, complete with operating table but I could also see past that was a sort of living room type area with grand leather sofas and bookshelves. A few patients were sat around quietly, reading magazines/books, watching TV etc.

    I turned my attention to the person who had called me in, she was obviously a surgeon judging by her clothing. Then I realised it was a character from Being Human called Nina, who is a doctor on the show. She told me I had to have an operation as something was wrong with my breathing, I laid back onto the operating table and they put an oxygen mask over my face. My vision started going grey, everything around me was fading away until my vision was completely grey. As that was happening, I was thinking about how I could try and do a lucid dream while under the knife.

    The dream continued after that but I don't remember the rest as well. I woke up from the operation and went over to the leather sofas in the other room but that's about all I can recall.

    Thought that was interesting enough to share. It's very clear to me that the dream was inspired by the book I was reading before I fell asleep last night, Never Let Me Go. If you've read it, you'll know what I mean.