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i love controlling my dreams. i found a mantra technique that helps induce lucid dreams. but they arent always full control. incredibly entertaining, but i never feel like i get a good nights sleep, and i wake up after each dream finishes...
I like it when I realise I am dreaming....with any UFO type dreams I have, if I get indoors somewhere quick enough before I am spotted by them....I shut all curtains and lock all doors and they can't get to me as quickly, which gives me time to wake up!! and I feel I have won a game and escaped their obtrusive ways. I have quiet a lot of those dreams.
For some reason when I have dreams of being aware in my dreams....those dreams many a time turn bad. I get the feeling other beings are always after me once this happens, and I wake up with my heart thumping.
'Look After Them And That Of Them And That Of The House'
Hi guys. Yeah, you can train yourself to control your dreams. They are called lucid dreams. If you start a dream diary, and start to ask yourself during the day if you are dreaming, the idea is that you might ask yourself the same thing in a dream. This would hopefully then trigger a lucid dream.
One of my lucid dreams I was standing in my bedroom, realised it was a dream and then thought that I should try and fly. I levitated off the floor about 10 inches, and started to float through my bedroom wall. Everything went dark and I then got a bit worried about perhaps getting stuck in the wall, even though I still knew it was a dream. Then I woke up.
You should try and have a few lucid dreams. They can be a lot of fun!
Great! keep at it. With practise you get much more control.
I've had some really good experiences with lucid dreaming...and, some not so good. My dreams are always vivid and sometimes, I am convinced I'm not the only ones in them. I've come to the conclusion that there are times I am being contacted during a dream state...by what or who and for what reason I do not know. I never consciencely remember the conversations but I do remember the appearance of the speakers. Very tall, white/silver hair, large almond eyes, very angular features...I guess the closest thing to describe them are Tolkien elves. They speak in very musical tones and I'm sure I can understand them during the dreams but when I wake up, that part is always gone. However, there have been times that I've made major changes in my life just after these dreams. I've discussed this before so I won't go into it again but I am a firm believer that our dreams can be doorways for our light beings (souls) to journey to other worlds/demensions.
My Karma Ran Over My Dogma.
I experience lucid dreams all the time. I have many times when I know I'm dreaming, I also know its a similar dream I've had before. I will say to myself "I know this place, I've been here before in another dream".
What is very odd, is when go somewhere I've never been before, and have the same feeling, and I've been known to say out loud, "I've been here before, in a dream". People look at me funny, but its true. If I'm with a trusted friend, I'll even tell them what to expect next, and it usually happens. (I don't have many friends, most think I'm crazy, or they are afraid of me because of incidents like that, going as far as calling me a witch. I'm NOT a witch, just have a mind that works different then most)
I use to often be aware a dream was just that. That is why in those dreams, I could do, and did do, anything. They were exilarating experiences. I recall waking up and still feeling like I could levitate or pass through walls or...etc. I wish I still had such dreams...
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