posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 11:38 AM
My current goals once in these state of consciousness are to talk with people about the fact we're dreaming or on another level of consciousness, or
ask about events or matters that I would not otherwise know.
I stumbled upon lucid dreaming when I was around 12 yrs old by accident and for the next several years I went through the different levels (as I call
them) from waking up as soon as I realized, to staying in control of my actions, to being scared once I realized I was in a dream freaking out and not
waking up as normal, to then learning how to wake myself up, to flying, to going through walls and as far as moving objects with my mind in the dream.
I did this for years and only used LD's for fun.
As well as in those years having occasional sleep paralysis and of course freaking out a little bit. I've experienced the high pitch screeching
sounds and the feeling of leaving the body with not a lot of control over those experiences.
Recently after not having them for several years I decided to get back into it. After a long time and trial and error I found a way that has been
successful almost 100% of the time. I do this as I fall asleep and focus as I go into sleep paralysis.
Back to the topic and question:
Once in these states of mind, my goal is to gain knowledge that I could not otherwise have known. I believe this is possible because we are all
connected and all known information in the world is accessible if only you know how to access it.
The big question is, what to do once in these states of mind? Can you prove that you gained knowledge you had not otherwise known? If so, can you
prove it to me, because otherwise it's just another story. I'm not looking for examples of dreams that came true or events that were similar, I'm
looking for anyone that has been able to get information not know prior to this dream, obe, etc. This is probably a question for the more experienced
LD'er, or sleep paralysis person.