posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 05:39 AM
Originally posted by ErengI remember looking around and I looked at my hands and everything was a lil wavey and got a weird feeling of
nervisness. I then remember looking at the part of the roof where my room would be and started to think thats where my body is lets go see it. But
insted of going there I remember waking up.
Like the above poster said, looking at your hands is a good way to lucid dream. Think about it, when you dream you could be anybody, or anything, you
dont see yourself, but as soon as you see your hands you remember "you," and then the new you can decide to take action in the dream.
Also when dreaming remember that a thought is what causes action. If you maintain control over your body when dreaming, as sometimes happens, remember
not to move your arms but to think about where your arms should go, and they will go there. If you move too much you will wake up. You may be able to
move your body a very little and very slowly tho.
On a side note: A couple of nights ago I was having several dreams back to back and having trouble sleeping, which is usually when I have the real
strange lucid type dreams, or dreams that happen when im awake.. Anyways I looked at my hands and they werent fully formed, they looked whithered (?)
kinda, or deflated. It was so obviously wrong that it freaked me out and woke me up instantly. I guess it just shows the attachment we have to the
illusion we call I