reply to post by ProphecyPhD
i beg to differ... every person's lucid dreams are different in intensity and shape... let me explain myself a little.
I've had lucid dreams since i ever heard about that term, when i was really little. Through the years, i can feel everything that surrounds me, all 5
senses and much more. I can read, turn on and off light, paint, draw, even sew (i'm a fashion designer in the make).... when i fly, i can feel the air
on my face, i can sense the smell of the air, i can feel the touch of other people, i can feel pain, etc. It's all about the person who's having the
lucid dream and how lucid the dream is. I've also had lucid dreams that weren't that lucid too, where the "common" reality checks do work and all...
but most of the times, they don't work for me. Sometimes i feel i'm more alive when i'm dreaming than when i'm awake....
I've also had dreams within a dreams within a dreams, like in Inception movie hahaha... waking up, seeing yourself in a mirror and noticing you're not
yourself because, i don't know, your eyes are another colour or something like that, and waking up again, doing the same and waking again.... it's
Still, there's something I hate about lucid dreaming, and it's that when you have this amazing kind of dreams and you're completely aware that you're
dreaming, and you can do whatever you want... waking up from a dream where you are basically a god
and suddenly realize that you're just a
common human being it's kinda sad and dissapointing... from time to time i've wondered how it would be if i'll keep on dreaming and never wake up...
in my teenager days i also considered a soft kind of "suicide", so instead of dyeing, falling in a deep coma and be able to dream forever, never wake
up. Course those years are so far away and now i want to make my life more "dreamy" every day. Maybe that's what made me got interest in majick! who
edit on 11-6-2011 by Caggy because: english...neurone...collapsing...in 3...2...