Originally posted by legitbrah
had another ufo dream 2 nights ago... really weird looking ufo flying toward me and other people i know... again we were on the beach/ in the ocean
and last night had crazy vivid dreams about lots of people in my life,,, crazyness... and had a yelling arguement and a fight with someone im pissed
its scary how much my mind works at night.. and what kind of crazy stories its capable of creating...
i want to learn how to lucid dream to harness this power...
I am going to be lazy here and just copy & paste some suggestions I gave another person
(these do not fit exactly to your situation, but some of
them may help
"Here are some things that I suggest:
1. Since you have a lot of these dreams that you can examine, I think you should try to look for all the common patterns/elements/themes/etc in these
dreams, so you can use that knowledge to help you do some of my other suggestions.
2. Once you have done that, I suggest use that knowledge to practice recognizing these dreams, in the real world by/through the forms of
thought/written language/spoken language/physical action/feelings/etc; so that you can recognize these dreams while you are in the dream, so that you
can apply some of my suggestions that I am about to mention.
In the real world you can Think about some of these Patterns/Feelings that you recognized from those dreams, in a way that will help you to recognize
one of these dreams while dreaming, and hopefully you will remember to use some of the suggestions that I am about to suggest.
In the real world you can Read some of these patterns that you wrote down, in a way that will also help you to recognize these dreams while dreaming,
with the hope that you will also remember the suggestions that I will suggest.
In the real world you can Talk about some of these patterns that you remembered, in a way that will help you recognize these dreams while dreaming,
and hopefully this will trigger your memories of suggestions to try.
In the real world you can Physically practice some common defenses that will help you defend yourself in these dreams, while you try some of my
Etc, etc, etc.
3. At that point you can use that knowledge and would have trained yourself to be ready to hopefully better recognize these dreams while in the dream
and you can try to either make the dreams go Lucid and/or start Questioning the dream characters.
Since you are a Less-violent person and since Violence does not seem to be fixing the problem, I think you should try to Question the Attackers and/or
Command them to Stop.
You can practice this for Lucid and/or Non-Lucid dreams, but being able to go Lucid usually give you more control and power.
Either way, you can try to ask the Attackers Questions such as:
Who are you?
What are you?
What do you want?
Why are you attacking me?
What do you want me to learn?
Is this a dream?
Are you a dream character?
Are you part of me/myself?
If the Attacker or Attackers keep/keeps attacking, try using some Dodges and Blocks that you should have practiced in the real world already, to
defend yourself while still Questioning and/or trying to Command the Attacker/Attackers.
If you have practiced recognizing the dream Patterns for these dreams and/or have asked the right Questions and/or got the right Answers, you may be
able to realize it is a dream and go Lucid, and hopefully take charge of the dream.
Also try to release or let go of any Fear, you should also have already practiced this in the real world, remember to practice letting go of the Fear
or letting the Fear pass; before you confront the Attacker/Attackers; because sometimes they seem to Feed off of the Fear and it makes them More
Powerful, which is not what you want.
I should have mentioned that earlier, oops.
Once you have dealt with the Fear, then start to Question and/or Command the Attacker/Attackers.
If all of that fails, then you may have to try to Summon and/or Command other dream characters to help you, which you should also have practiced in
the real world but I forgot to mentioned that, oops.
These Other Dream Characters, could help defend you while you try to Question and/or Command your Attacker/Attackers.
If all of that fails, then you will have to either Kill the Attacker/Attackers as usual, Run, or Wake Yourself Up; and try again next time."
Basically, practicing trying to take charge of your dream and/or trying not to let the fear control you and/or trying to figure out what the dream
characters/dream environment wants and/or it is trying to tell you, etc may help.
Learning to increase your changes of lucid dreaming and keeping them stable, would probably really help a lot.
If you can learn to face your fears in many of your dreams, that probably will really help, and practicing that in the real world may be helpful for
Sometimes you can turn a negative dream positive, but sometimes you may have to fight and/or escape the dream, it depends; you do not always have to
face things alone in dreams, you can sometimes summon other characters to help you and/or talk to/command your attacker/attackers to stop.
Anyway, enough of my jibber jabber, good luck.