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posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 12:58 PM
I'm curious as to how you reacted the first time you had a lucid dream.
Was it exciting and you couldn't wait to fall asleep, again?
Or did it scare you and you couldn't/wouldn't go back to sleep?

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 01:05 PM
Lucid dreaming is being in a dream and knowing it
and being able to change factors in it..

I have lucid dreamed since being a kid,
I know I was in a dream, I would pinch myself
in the dream and realize it was just a dream,
I believe it was sort of a defense mechanization
from having nightmares. Now I can lucid dream and control it
it is not scary at all..

What gets scary is when you level up to ASTRAL PROJECTION..

When your on the first plateau in astro land you see very weird things..

Astral projection just hit me one night when I opened my eyes but
they were my spiritual/astral eyes. I can literally leave out of my body walk
around and look at myself. Lucid dreaming is nothing compared to astral projection..

When you start lucid dreaming and astral projecting you open doors
that sometimes you did not mean too.

One night I met my doppelgänger, I thought I was woke up
I opened my eyes and there was me staring at me. It got up out
of my chair and started coming toward me, I freaked out and stopped it.
Then I really woke up...

It gets weird... Not something to play with.
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posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 01:09 PM
I though it was normal as I've always had moments of being aware of myself still dreaming. Not necessarily having full control but just total awareness. Having nothing to compare to I just went along as it being part of being asleep.

The worst ones I have are where I'm constantly falling beside a cliff face and smacking into a shelf...then continuing on to the next shelf. it doesn't hurt, just the feeling of free fall and sudden stoppage over and over and over....until I "wake up".

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 02:45 PM
Having an almost too clear memory of events, i will not forget my first lucid dream.

I was in what struck me as Russian territory, & I was running from a man that was attempting to kill me as far as i could gather. I ran across a courtyard with him about 15 yards behind me, yelling alerts to two guards standing near a gun-mounted hummer.

I quickly dashed into a vacant dormitory building, & then i stopped & recalled that - "i have never panicked this much in my existence" - & i then realized this was my dream.

I continued up the dormitory to the 3rd floor to where a large paned window stood at the end of the long hallway. I picked up my speed a notch and went right through the window, performing a basic aerial & planting in the grass below. The mounted truck was alerted to my presence & began to fire on me. I dashed through the men, severely injuring one with a punch to the throat as i ran past them, jumped a 6ft tall hedge, & woke up.

This was a few years ago. Since then Ive traveled to various parts of the universes, & picked up some abilities along the way. Peace

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 02:59 PM
I am not shure if this is a lucid dream, I was walking in my garden and was looking up in the sky, I saw hundreds of golden butterfly like ''animals'' in the sky, it was beautifull, I ran into our house and I told my mom about it, in my dream she said, boy, you are just dreaming and she laughed, I was confused, then I suddenly realised I was dreaming my alarmclock went off

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posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 03:22 PM
All of my dreams are lucid dreams. Untill joining this website, I thought everyone had lucid dreams.... I'm still not quite sure how someones dream would seem if it wasn't lucid. Its a strange thing huh? I love my dreams, from the horrible nightmares to the fantastic fantasys, I look foward to going to bed at night so that I can have some wild dream.

posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 10:07 AM

Originally posted by popsmayhem

Now I can lucid dream and control it
it is not scary at all..


How do you know you're not just dreaming that you think you can control dreams at the time? In reality you may have zero control over your dreams but when you dream you dream that you do have control. In your dream you make a decision, you think it's you making it but it's all controlled by the dream.

posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 06:48 PM
Dreams seem to be a very natural part of my sleeping process and even controlling them from an early age, I.d say about 7 years old... I could reel off loads as I remember every single one.... thats 43 years of lucid dreaming.
I'll give you my first lucid dream: I was very, very young.... I was looking up and out of what appeared to be a hole I was in, at the rim of this hole stood a doctor with a mirror with a hole in it strapped to his head and 3 other people in white coats and masks... the hole got smaller and smaller until....... Pop I woke up to resume figuring out how to unlock the metal fixings to my cot.
It was only later I realised the true importance about certain types of dreaming.....I reacted in two ways because I'd never actually took them seriously until ten years ago.....
I dreamt the dream in question in 1993/4 Wife of the time in the passenger seat of a small white car with a fat guy driving it on a road called Wetmore Road an old bus terminus....
In 2001 I found out my wife was having an affair..... With a short fat guy, who drove a small white car and he was a bus driver..... Shock then Anger then Realisation.

I have never stopped writing them down since... and yes I continue to get them and the events that follow.
The lucid dreaming part is the easiest for me, it's the making the important ones last longer so I can glean as much information as I can from them. 5 seconds tops.
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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 07:43 AM
Recalling my first lucid dream would be a difficult task however I have progressed to lucid dreaming 99% of the time. I still have what I refer to as my psychological dreams - on occasion.

I don't try to control things in my lucid dreams but for me it is about realising where I am and what I can learn from the experience. Sometimes I can feel textures - smell odours and interacting spontaneously with others is what I find truly amazing.

Have studied my dreams for about thirty years now. I recall my first vivid dream at about four years of age. As a Contactee & Life Long Experiencer I can consciously recall experiences from when I was still in my cot - I clearly remember the bars all around the cot.

Lucid dreaming is fabulous - I now go to bed most of the time wondering what adventure awaits me.

Much Peace...

posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 09:04 AM
reply to post by lllNixielll

i have always had lucid dreams, up until recently i thought that everyone dreamed that way. the first time i did it i was very young and thought it was normal

posted on Oct, 16 2011 @ 01:29 AM
Thanks everyone, for replying! Some of your lucid dreams are quite interesting

posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 05:28 PM
hi i had a dream some day ago about a cat and like someone mentioned above icould control the game
i asked friends and googled around (a friend told me of this site)
so is that true :

To see a cat in your dream symbolizes an independent spirit, feminine sexuality, creativity, and power. It also represents misfortune and bad luck. The dream symbol has different significance depending on whether you are a cat lover or not. The cat could indicate that someone is being deceitful or treacherous toward you. If the cat is aggressive, then it suggests that you are having problems with the feminine aspect of yourself. If you are afraid of the cat in your dream, then it suggests that you are fearful of the feminine. The dream may be a metaphor for "cattiness" or someone who is "catty" and malicious. If you see a cat with no tail, then it signifies a loss of independence and lack of autonomy.

To dream that a cat is biting you symbolizes the devouring female. Perhaps you are taking and taking without giving. You may be expressing some fear or frustration especially when something is not going as planned.

To dream that a cat is scratching you suggests that you are feeling threatened.

To see a black cat in your dream indicates that you are experiencing some fear in using your psychic abilities and believing in your intuition. You may erroneously associate the black cat with evil, destruction, and bad luck. In particular, if the black cat is biting, clawing or attacking you, then the dream means that you must acknowledge what your intuition is trying to tell you. You can no longer ignore it. Do not be afraid to face the situation. If you see a white cat, then it denotes difficult times.

To dream that a cat killed a spider suggests that you are expressing your femininity in a seductive and cunning manner rather than in an overtly and almost destructive way.

can anybody help me ?

posted on Oct, 22 2011 @ 10:22 PM
reply to post by chats

Hello - in order to help you interpret your dream there needs to be a description of the dream. Also with cat dreams you need to factor in whether you - when you are not asleep actually own a cat or like cats.

Hope you find some answers. I can help get you started but I will need some more information.

Much Peace...

posted on Oct, 22 2011 @ 10:36 PM
This will perhaps be the oddest entry in this thread, but I find nothing works better than a glass of orange juice when I can't root back after spending time in dreamland.

Lucid dreaming is a tremendous experience, and the first step into a brave new world.

posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 05:04 PM
brave new world :

are you happy about that ?

posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 05:17 PM
reply to post by lllNixielll

It was very empowering, and I remember feeling very happy to be so aware. I did want to go back to sleep and try and lucid dream again, but it is not always easy. I wish I knew how to lucid dream at will, but I do not have lucid dreams often, but I do have dreams that bring me to the same exact "dream world" where it feels the same as previous dreams, almost like a parallel universe. Anyway, I go off on a tangent...

posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 05:22 PM
It was better than sex (maybe I need better experiences j/k)
better than any drug I have ever done
seemed real as any conscious experience I have ever had
It appeared that many mysteries were waiting to be discovered through each subsequent lucid dream
I in fact, felt reborn

posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:52 PM
hopefully everytime a dream like this occurs,
there is a cat to rescue me !

posted on Nov, 10 2011 @ 02:39 PM
reply to post by lllNixielll

I don't remember my first lucid dream, so long ago that really it's fog by now.

But I remember the end of my most recent lucid dream.....I dreamed of hyperboria for the first time in a long time last night.

I don't remember how the dream started and what was going on, but I remember the end....I was on a helicopter crossing the ocean, and looking out to the sea....Don't know who else was in the helicopter or were it was going, but I remember just looking out the door....And eventually we hit turbulence, and when I looked outside at the ocean, I could see waves both small and huge coming up on the shore of a land completely covered in snow and ice...Literally the whole landscape up ahead was blindingly white.

Looking at the waves trying to crash onto the shore it was something to see. I say trying because some of those waves were huge almost up to my helicopter, but before they would reach the shore the wind would pick it up and blow it out to the sea again. It's difficult to explain how it looked, but basically if you picture the biggest surfing wave you can imagine as it's coming in, then as it reaches it's apex, the force of the out-coming winds bends it backwards and blows it in the opposite direction.

Kind of like a candle flickering and flaming real hard then somebody blowing on it and as it bends and tries to stay in form and shape it thins and spreads till it literary dissipates and disappears. And it was a constant thing these waves the size of multiple story building keep coming in, and keep being blown back in on themselves.

It is really hard to express the images of it but it was really lifelike and something that would only be really described if you saw it. But not only that there are birds, which look like giant eagles flying in and out between all that or soaring way above it all, only flying and gliding in and out between all that, to dive into the sea once in a while way of in the distance...

And these eagles are freaking huge....I mean they were the size of cars and even the helicopter and even bigger once you see them spreed there wings fully... I remember thinking in the dream how does a creature of that size stay up in the air? But then the weird wind and strong bursts of air coming from the land which is freaking unbelievable strong is what keeps a creature that size in the air and allows it maneuver in those nimble ways.

Anyways once I got past the waves blowing out I got to the shore, and the whole place was covered in ice and snow....But for some reason once you reach the shore, the winds stop or lessen a lot....And as I was flying over the shore landscape I saw the same giant eagle birds again, they were standing on what looked like vents in the ground and on top of mountains close by...And every once in a while those vents and mountains would vent hot air straight upwards, on which the eagles would spreed there wings and literally take off into the air like a kite. Were they would fly and glide out to the sea, or into the landscape.

I remember flying directly over one of these vents in the ground and in the ice, it was right over a little mountain/hill not far from the shore, were I got a clear view of one of them doing exactly that, and that is the part in the dream were I really learned the full size of these birds, because as it spreed it's wings it was freaking huge I mean scarily huge. And as I got a more up close view of them I remember thinking it could knock the helicopter I was riding out of the air if it got to close.

And as I flew past that place I looked back forward and away from the ground. To see what was up ahead, And also wondering what was in the ground that caused all those chasm like vents in the ground to shoot up hot air in the manner that it did. And also wondering what I would see as I got past the shore and more inland? .

And that is when my alarm clock rang, and my dream ended.

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posted on Nov, 10 2011 @ 03:25 PM
I was so excited that I woke up because I had heard about them from my uncle. Didn't get to do anything as I woke up right away, but I remember everything seemed to bend. After that I was usually either partially lucid. The only time I am lucid is when I get bored or hated something that's happening. I usually go along with my dreams because my dream people like to attack me sometimes for some reason.
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