posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 02:14 PM
To start this post off I would like to state that I have been into lucid dreaming for almost 6 months now. I have always been ardent about it, but I
never seemed to get some techniques down on it (WILD, etc.). Needless to say, I have successfully dreamed lucidly about 6 times. I also have been
listening to binaural beats for a while, mostly theta, alpha and beta. But for a week now I have been listening to delta waves as well as epsilon
waves (Epsilon waves are 0.5 Hz and lower), as well as certain collections from the Monroe Institute. I have been a great dream re caller, and have
picked up great details whilst dreaming. For the past week of listening to only delta waves, I have noticed my dreams are much different than when I
normally dream. My dreams are much more vivid, and childish. I have also noticed that my dreams are complied from my memory and experiences (I can
point out many experiences from my dreams), contrasted to when I normally dream.
Now for the lucid dream. The dream began, and I was near my dining room downstairs. I asked myself, am I dreaming? At that moment I became aware that
I was dreaming. To make sure I was dreaming, I looked in the mirror and saw my reflection. I looked normal, but a little zoned out. This confused me
quite a bit knowing I was dreaming. I then looked over to my living room to find that chairs from our table were placed in a circular manner. I
contemplated at the chairs. I then proceeded for a strange reason to lift up the chairs using psychokinesis. I tried this and got a sensation that
something was floating. I then realized in a dream, you can't control your environment, so I have up the superfluous task. I questioned myself
weather I was actually dreaming, because it seemed very realistic. I finally tested the floor to see if it was soft (another reality check in lucid
dreaming/ astral projection). I have hardwood floors, and I felt nothing but the wood supporting my feet. I became frustrated and confused at the
conclusion, so I punched at the wall. I felt elusive pain when I hit it. After striking at the wall. I gave in and realized that I wasn't lucid
dreaming, but at the same time I knew I was.
Has this ever happened to any of you?