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I Mastered Lucid Dreaming

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    I use magic in my dreams all the time.

    My whole life I have dreamt every time I sleep, I used to only have nightmares too. I was always afraid to sleep, then around 5-7 years old I figured out how to breath under water. I think that was the start, I realized if I could breath under water that other rules could be...
    brad1220 brad1220 36-40, M 1 Response Jun 7, 2014

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    Cannot Stop

    I started lucid dreaming soon after I had a psychotic episode. At first it was awesome. I would fall asleep, start dreaming, realise I was dreaming and then do whatever the hell I wanted. I started off with the usual: flying. However soon I started experimenting with all sorts of...
    phubbie phubbie 22-25, F 6 Responses Feb 18, 2012

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    So I think I have. I am fully aware I am

    dreaming. Before I go to bed I think of what I want to dream, I cannot fall asleep until I have chosen something. Then, from beginning to end I control the whole dream. Control everything every character does, if I don't like something I'll restart my dream, or re-do the scene...
    BlueMama87 BlueMama87 26-30, F 5 Responses Jan 3, 2014

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    Dream last night. I was in a war zone.

    It wasn't like some place out in the middle of nowhere though it was right in a city, and there were civilians everywhere. I decided to stay and help people. If I saw anyone shooting I transformed the bullets to be non-lethal. For example one man who was spraying machine gun...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 1 Response Sep 10, 2015

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    I did not! But aghh..

    . Masters... Forgive me. I truly wish I knew how. I would like to learn....
    meowmermaid meowmermaid 36-40, F 1 Response Jan 5

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    Need More Practice

    Yesterday, in one night, I had half a dozen times where I thought, wait, I'm dreaming, and then was immediately launched into the waking world, only to fall asleep right after. When I started dreaming, I would pull of some psychic tricks like levitating whatever was in the room...
    RakTalBu RakTalBu 18-21, M 2 Responses Sep 25, 2011

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    It's kind of strange sometimes.

    Like I'm living an alternate life in my dreams. When I fall asleep, I become this unbelievably powerful being hunted by everyone and everything. It's a real pain because honestly I just want to have fun and mess around with my powers. But people can't handle that and they always...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 1 Response May 11, 2014

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    FFS.

    Just remembered last night. The first half of my dream wasn't lucid, I was in some hotel room with Shia Labeouf. I don't know, he was very appealing in this dream for some reason. I woke up and then eventually went back to sleep to resume my dream. Unfortunately, I was now...
    MGoods MGoods 26-30, F 1 Response Sep 20, 2013

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    I just woke up from a lucid dream.

    It was relatively stable and I was speaking with a friend, who then disappeared. I then went to find her and I had to go through crowds of random people; I could only find people who looked extremely similar to her- but not her. This happens often when I wish to speak with a...
    MGoods MGoods 26-30, F Oct 29, 2015

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    Wild Night

    i tried for weeks to lucid dream by carefully recording all of my dreams and doing frequent reality checks during the day. Finally i decided to try the Wake Initiated Lucid Dream (WILD) technique and it was awesome to say the least. Stayed conscious through the hypnogogics and...
    genuineblockhead genuineblockhead 18-21 3 Responses Jul 21, 2010

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    How to Have Lucid Dreams

         We are most often lucid while dreaming if we are falling or flying. The intense nature of falling/flying increases our awareness to the point that we become lucid.    We can increase our chance of having these falling/flying episodes while...
    Dewduster Dewduster 66-70, M 3 Responses Feb 23, 2009

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    I don't know if this counts

    as lucid dreaming but i want people's opinion's on it or if they have the same experience. I'm able to go to a trance like state by just walking in a circle. I can imagine anything i want and it can become vivid to me. It's been happening since when i was young when i was 3,4,5...
    KIRa53 KIRa53 16-17, M 2 Responses Jun 14, 2014

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    I have not mastered lucid dreaming,

    but I was wondering if anyone could help me sort of decipher whether I was lucid dreaming or just dreaming of doing so. Please message me. NO creeps (if you do I'll just block you)
    whatonmars whatonmars 13-15, F 1 Response Aug 5, 2015

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    It allows me to empathize with really weird

    things. Like I've been watching a show with a time traveler in it, and she just keeps rewinding time over and over to try to save everyone and the world basically. She wants a happy ending. And I've been there before!! I can also mess with time in my dreams. I've had many...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F Jun 24, 2015

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    Thought I'd go over when

    and how I developed my abilities! Please share how and when you got all of yours too. I'm interested to see how other people grew as LD'ers! :) 1. First became lucid at around ages 7-9. After that point, about 95 percent of my dreams would be lucid until I reached my late teens...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 4 Responses Jun 13, 2014

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    Can someone help me out with this?

    I tried to lucid dream last night and started counting "One: I'm dreaming. Two: I'm dreaming" ect. I got to around 6 and I was out cold. When I woke up that's when I realised I didn't remember anything, so it obviously didn't work. Can someone help me achieve at having a...
    xItsChelsx xItsChelsx 16-17, F 3 Responses Mar 18, 2014

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    I have officially made it possible

    for me to completely control my dreams sometimes i control it or i go with whatever my mind think's which when i do that's it's some really random crap! xD
    DarkZenYuki DarkZenYuki 18-21, M 5 Responses Jan 3, 2014

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    I can, technically. But every time I do,

    I get so excited and my heart beats so fast that i wake up T.T
    BurnMySoul BurnMySoul 16-17, M 1 Response Apr 15, 2014

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    How do you master lucid dreaming,

    how do you control your dreams, I always wanted to lucid dream but don't know how to, I wish I could, it's better than not dreaming about nothing, or having dreams you can't remember when you wake up, so how do you lucid dream, I want answers bruhhhh :/ :)
    PrettyxFlocka PrettyxFlocka 16-17, M 2 Responses Nov 1, 2015

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    I summon the LD masters to explain how they

    mastered lucid dreaming and teach me the steps they followed to achieve it.
    simmerdame simmerdame 18-21, F 1 Response Dec 8, 2015

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    I'm getting excited just thinking about it now.

    Me in my beast form, brown pelt guarding against bullets, fire, anything. Sprinting on all fours, moving faster than any car, feeling the breeze against my face as I run. Jumping, multiple stories, then snapping my scaly purple wings out to glide. The wind rushing beneath them...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 2 Responses Nov 24, 2015

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    The earliest I can remember was nap time in

    pre-school. I had a lucid, reoccurring dream of falling. I am in a beam of light but the empty space around me is black or foggy. Coming from the vast darkness are MANY voices, mostly whispers, all speaking at one time so I can not hear any one voice in particular until BAM! I...
    livenlove111 livenlove111 26-30, F 1 Response Feb 13, 2014

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    I'm still in the process of mastering this

    ability. In most of my dreams I can control what happens, change the scene change the people, the mood and nightmares? What are those ? Don't exist to me..
    DeepZen DeepZen 22-25, F 1 Response Feb 5, 2014

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    We'll, lucid dreaming is an excuse to make it

    seem like you can't have spiritual experiences. One time i was with my sister in the living room and we were watching a video online and I froze on the chair out of nowhere I still saw my sister there and was calling her to help but she couldn't hear me and I saw the illusion of...
    sashakimi4 sashakimi4 16-17, F 1 Response Jun 14, 2014

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    well, nearly ^_^ i have quickly picked up the

    ability to control myself :3 i used to just be sat watching, like...concious it was a dream, yet unable to do anything 0_0 that was weird, but since then, i can now move freely and began doing tricks ^_^ am looking forward to progressing more, as this topic fascinates me
    PonderingPanda PonderingPanda 22-25, M 6 Responses Dec 31, 2013

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    An Avid Lucid Dreamer

    I have been lucid dreaming since I was younger. I can't remember a lot of my early dreams, but I have been practicing a lot lately so that I can lucid dream on a regular basis. I have been able to do a lot of things. A lot of people say that when they first start off they can fly...
    deliahernandez deliahernandez 18-21 1 Response Apr 12, 2012

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    Hey so does anyone here consider themselves

    very spiritual? Maybe even like you're not always fully connected to the physical plane? Just curious.
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F Aug 18, 2015

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    I have lucid dreaming all the time.

    Sometimes I do question myself. If this is a dream. Questioning people in my dream. Trying to get answers. So basically a lucid dream combined with a vivid dream. At the same time. The people I'm asking. Not giving me a straight answer. Answering my questions like a...
    deleted deleted 26-30 3 Responses Jul 31, 2015

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    I Have Total Control Of My Lucid Dreams

    I had my first lucid dream in 1993 after a guy i met in 1988 told me about having full concieness in his dreams he gave me a technique to use and of course me being in my twenties thought he was crazy after doing this technique off on for three years one day I woke up in my...
    KingTun KingTun 41-45, M 9 Responses Apr 13, 2012

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    It all started in my early teens

    when I was having nightmares all the time, until one night, I was about to wake up from one of them (usually from my own screaming or crying), when I decided I had enough of it. I managed to take control, and dreaming has never been the same since :) it's so addictive, though...
    Bethstar Bethstar 26-30, F 3 Responses Feb 9, 2015

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    The Night Conquered

    Unfortunately I suffer with chronic pain. When I fall asleep in pain it will effect my dreams. They quickly turn into nightmares that surround that part of my body that's in pain. ie: if I should have sharp stabbing pains in my lower back due to my torn disk then I would dream...
    maltesemermaid maltesemermaid 41-45, F 7 Responses May 15, 2012

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    As Someone Who Has Been Lucid Dreaming For 6 Or So Years Now, This Was A New One For Me

    I have chronic insomnia, and usually sleep for 4 or 5 hours, wake up for about 3, then go back to sleep. I lucid dream fairly often by maintaining awareness through my sleep paralysis. Anyways, tonight I had my first dream within a dream, and was blown away when I realized I...
    Liquidintentions Liquidintentions 31-35 6 Responses May 24, 2011

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    I did. But unfortunately I am

    now coming to accept that I don't nearly have as many lucid dreams as I used to. All of my dreams used to be lucid. All of them, with the rare non lucid dream thrown in. Now, most of my dreams are non lucid, with the rare lucid dream thrown in. I know it is normal to lose the...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 2 Responses Mar 1, 2014

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    Ive done it only twice.

    The first time I was being chased around n my housr by a killer and i had to blink really hard 3 times before i could wake up. The most recent lucid dream I enjoyed (in my dream world :3) but i wanted to wake up in case I woke up late. I still cant lucid dream at will, does...
    RedCookie RedCookie 16-17, F Apr 15, 2014

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    I never realized that this was

    such a common thing until now. I've had these dreams at least five times, the last was recently and It was awesome, knowing that I was asleep and feeling so alive in my dream. Normally I freak out when this happens and I try to wake myself up but this time I decided to go for an...
    Iamthecutegirl Iamthecutegirl 22-25, F 2 Responses May 27, 2014

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    Shut Out Of My Lucid Dreams

    I have had a number of lucid dreams.  I remember floating in a vast darkiness and being attracted to a distant light.  When I reached the light it was like a fog, surrounding me.  I began to rise slowly within this light, gradually picking up speed.  As I got higher, I felt...
    ronymaxwell ronymaxwell 56-60 6 Responses Nov 14, 2011

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    Need Help

    i cant seem to lucid dream i try i did it ince but i wasnt in control but i knew i was sleeping really want to lucid dream anything would help
    abstractthinking abstractthinking 18-21, M 6 Responses Feb 15, 2008

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    Yeah, It Really Happens..

    It should mean a bunch coming from a secular realist - lucid dreaming is a real phenomenon that really has miles to go when it comes to understanding it. For me, it seems to be a state of dreaming where I have some level of awareness and control. I can make decisions and take...
    FallaciesAppease FallaciesAppease 26-30, M 15 Responses Feb 18, 2011

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    For the most part I am able to control the

    whereabouts and content of a dream. However if I am really tired I lose control over it and I start having a random dream and it just becomes like Im watching myself do things in a random situation.
    Raptax231 Raptax231 22-25, M 1 Response Oct 2, 2014

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    I've Been Having Lucid Dreams For Probably More Than 10 Years...i'm Only 19.

    I'm just making this short, well as short as I can. I can do mostly everything & anything my mind can think of. Here's a list of some things I've done in my dreams before: *Wake up whenever I feel like it to the point I strongly believe I almost died, because my soul or spirit...
    AmandaPanda13 AmandaPanda13 18-21, F 6 Responses May 20, 2012

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    Don't Think of An Elephant

    When I was in therapy for the inability to sleep my therapist suggested I try this.  When you are falling asleep you have to try to be aware of the fact that you are falling asleep, without coming out of it. It is like meditation in a way. You are reaching a point...
    Krypton Krypton 31-35, F 14 Responses Jan 23, 2009

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    To everyone on this particular page,

    please give me tips on lucidity for I'm so fascinated and can't seem to achieve this awesome ability! X(
    Daivancey Daivancey 18-21, M 2 Responses Feb 11, 2015

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    Hardly Mastered!

    I played around with it for a while and got some funny results. I always think of it as directed dreaming, and basically I understand it as that experience of realising you are in a dream, then steering the dream towards something you'd like to experience or see etc. I started...
    tomfool tomfool 41-45, M 1 Response Oct 23, 2007

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    What I've Learned

    So I've been a lucid dreamer for a little over a decade now, since I was a young child, and it has taught me so much. First of all I know that when we dream we sort of retreat into our inner world, or mind so to speak. I know this because dreams operate based on your beliefs. For...
    Hush92 Hush92 18-21, F 4 Responses Aug 7, 2013

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