posted on Jun, 7 2004 @ 03:53 PM
I've done this twice in my like when I was younger, but didn't know what to do once I realized 'where' I was. So In one I basically sat in the
back of a car with two mobsters in the front and the other wondered a radically altered shopping centre where I grew up.
The 3rd, different kind of dream, not so much lucid but more waking, took place at a big barn with a party with all my friends. I started to 'wake
up' but remained in the dream and started to rise up into the sky, through the wall (1st person view, not movie). I was fully awake and even though
far away I could still see all their faces, and was thinking to myself, this is pretty cool! Nothing much happened after that so I open my eyes and
was on my way.
One of the most important things I have heard if you want to lucid dream is to think to yourself as you are going to sleep "Look at your hands"; if
you can remember this command (maybe a tape player would help, hmmmm...) while dreaming and look you have a good chance of realizing you’re in a
dream. I have been close many times in the past years, I remember my dreams with annoying clarity (It's like I have a whole other life) and can
remember many times coming close to that realization but unfortunately not having it
Imagine if you could REALLY lucid dream every night, if you wanted, you could have a whole other life, and what a life it would be, sounds like more
work to me
PS. If you're concerned about your spelling, cut and paste into Word and run a spell check and cut and paste it back, quick and pretty painless,
sometimes a mispelled word changed your argument, dam I hate when that happens.