posted on Apr, 11 2012 @ 06:10 PM
Originally posted by Azjazzer8
Although alot of the experience was hazy I DO recall that every time I entered a new dream, I promptly looked at my hand and "AHA!" I am dreaming!
After that, the dreams become foggy and uncentered, kind of like I had imbibed to much alcohol and don't remember my actions.
I am ecstatic, and am looking forward to honing the skills and becoming an avid Lucid Dreamer.
Any tips for increasing my control? I haven't done research on these things because I was always on that first stage trying to have one in the first
excellent, im always happy to hear when someone makes a personal breakthtough.
My advice is though is NOT to concider it a dream, think of it more like and experience or an adventure. While it is good to recognize that you ARE in
a dream state (in case something ..awkward occurs) perhaps it is that thought in your mind that is still hindering you from furthering your
Personally i think of dreaming as though i am sitting in a theater watching something i have no control over, in a lucid experience i believe that the
individual is a step or two closer to thier spitirtual self and a..different level of consciousness.
Some of my own personal experiences have changed my life and helped guide me through it.
Once you realize you are in that state (remember, it is different from a dream) try to place yourself in a familiar setting, somewhere you enjoy being
in/at, kinda like a "happy place". several times i found myself in a situation i could not control or did not want to be in and i found it good to be
able to "teleport" myself to that place.
if you want to try flying, i found early on that people can not fly, it was easier for me to think of myself as though i was moving through
that space, like picking yourself up and bringing yourself to the place you want to be as opposed to "teleporting".
Good luck and i look forward to hearing of your experiences, perhaps you can teach me something when you get the hang of it.
edit on 11-4-2012 by owtFsink because: bad typing skills