posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 10:12 AM
Hi everyone, I just found this thread and thinks it's really cool. I actually was born a lucid dreamer and have seen quiet a bit of "weirdness" on
many levels and planes over my life. I have another type of lucidity that I wanted to add to the OP's list there:
Lucid Remembrance: This is when you can remember gaining full lucidity in your dream, but as you wake up, all of those memories are gone. So you
remember being lucid, but not the dream itself.
I've been researching on my own many time/space implications on the "astral plane" and have found out quiet a bit. There's also quiet a few
different techniques to gain lucidity, and you definitely can read digital displays there
I've died pretty much ever way one can imagine, and one point in my life I used that as therapy of sorts. I've "hunted" demons, beat up aliens,
communed with aliens, chatted with spirits, ran into my future self, been to hell and back, ran around the stars, seen into the "future", solved
many of my own emotional and intellectual problems there, have remote viewed events, met people there before actually meeting them, and the list can
go on and on.
So many people quest for this stuff, I just thought that's what we all could do for the longest time as that's pretty much all I've known.
Those different "planes" of operation that people talk about I theorize we get to those various planes via modality of thinking. There's times
where you are purely in the constructs of your own head, then there's time you're in that information layer (akashic records), and there's times we
you are walking through time/space.
Lucid dream rocks and is difficult to master even for someone who's natually talented, but using LD can be infinitely beneficial in creating the life
you want, or better understanding the one you have.