Lucid dreaming.

@Dropey (213)
United States
November 15, 2006 12:03am CST
Have any of you guys had any experience of lucid dreaming? If so share your stories. And if you dont know what lucid dreaming is Ill explain it to you. lucid dreaming is simply dreaming while being aware you are dreaming. You can think of lucid dreaming as being conscious while dreaming. If, by chance, during a dream it suddenly dawns on you that you are dreaming, then you have experienced a lucid dream, regardless of whether you have been able to attain control of your dream. Lucid dreaming is usually induced by some sort of cue—something that indicates to the person that what he or she is experiencing is a dream, and not reality. Cues, however, are not necessary for becoming lucid: sometimes people spontaneously become lucid without noticing anything strange or typical of dreams.
10 responses
@tmnjyk (3486)
• Canada
15 Nov 06
honestly, I think I don't dream at all. I think the last time that I can remember that I dreamed was when I was like 12 years old. I am serious and this is true! Or maybe i can't remember my dream at all. I don't know.
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@Dropey (213)
• United States
15 Nov 06
We all dream its just that we cant remeber most of them. I wish I could recall allof my dreams and write a book about them. I have had some crazy dreams.
@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
17 Nov 06
My fiance is the same way. He actually "turned off" his dreams. Every now and again he has a dream - maybe once every 2 -3 year. I don't think it is very healthy, not good to quiet your mind.
@swarn47 (1706)
• India
15 Nov 06
I dont know about lucid dreaming but if u r interested in knowing more about dreams, then following info can be helpful to u. A person’s life is full of dreams. Dream can be about one’s ambition which he gets fulfilled with the passage of time thru his own hard work, intelligence, good planning and with the blessings of Almighty. Another is day dreaming which is really not a good habit and can be controlled with one’s will power. But what about the dreams a person experiences during sleep. Do they hv effect in our real life? What do they mean? What is their interpretation? The person asks to his friends, elders and seniors in his social circle. Sometimes he gets satisfactory reply and sometimes not. These days Internet is a rich source of information. So one does not need to depend on others for one’s dream interpretation. The Yahanswerholics Community member suggests the following. http://dream-interpretation.readabout.net/ http://www.psychicguild.com/dream.php http://www.insightful-dream-interpretation.info/dream-interpretation-free.html http://www.edgarcayce.org/dreams/freedreaminterpretation.asp http://www.spiritcommunity.com/free-dream-interpretation.htm http://www.handresearch.com/hand/Evolutie/dream-interpretation.htm http://www.dreamdoctor.com/ http://www.divinedivination.com/dreams.html http://www.dream-guru.com/free-dream-interpretation.html http://www.dreammoods.com/ http://www.spiritcommunity.com/ http://www.network54.com/Forum/106909/ Please visit the above pages to find the interpretation of your dreams and to satisfy your different queries about dreams. I hope, that should do it for you. Please help yourself in finding out the interpretation of dreams and become independent for the knowledge of dream interpretation. You can teach others also about dream interpretation after visiting the above links. Greetings to you for the beginning of new learning too.
@Dropey (213)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Very nice post thanks for the links and the.
@Island_Geko (3760)
• Canada
15 Nov 06
If you mean like dreaming in almost realistic form (smell touch as vivid site) than yes, almost all my dreams are like watching a movie while I sleep yet I am involved/ I also remeber the dream day, months and years later. The dreams I enjoy the most are of flying or of flight without use of wings or a plane.
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@Dropey (213)
• United States
17 Nov 06
I hate flying dreams. All of mine have scared me. Thanks for you answer
@chikkadee (373)
• Australia
15 Nov 06
So there is a name for it! Yes Ive experienced it. They are the best types of dreams. Your kinda aware that its a dream but occasionally you forget but you are able to alter the things around you. Your not a bystander in your dream you can actively change things around. Very cool :P
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@Dropey (213)
• United States
15 Nov 06
Im so jealous. I havent been able to do that or at least I cant remeber if I have. Thats what sucks about dreams you dont remeber them all.
@Poison_Girl (4163)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I used to have lucid dreams more often when I was younger. I'd know I was dreaming and if I didn't like the dream, I would just wake myself up, not thinking of actually CHANGING the dream. Now I'm dying to have some lucid dreams so I can make whatever I want happen in my dreams, but I never have them anymore. :( --- --- --- "I certainly think Britney Spears is the devil. The way she projects herself and the fact that she is so obviously vacuous. I think it's such a shame that she became so influential to very small children." -- MORRISSEY --- --- ---
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@Dropey (213)
• United States
15 Nov 06
If you want I can give you the site that I have been reading on how to have lucid dreams. Its really intresting. I would love to have control of my dreams. Imagine all of the awesome things you could do.
@sudha_166 (183)
• India
15 Nov 06
Dream - morning dream
Ya so many times i realize in my dream that it is a dream. And a few days before i dreamed like i know that was a dream and i am telling that dream to another person in that dream itself that i dreamed like that. Did anyone got a exp. like this. Did u get me?
@Dropey (213)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I think I get what you are saying.
@yueer2006 (626)
• Hong Kong
15 Nov 06
Only has the dream which does in the morning quick sober before thatperiod of time, after wakes the comparison to be able to remember
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@gandor (509)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
You must be a Psychologist to figure that out correctly. It's nice to have fresh grads, let out what they know. Nice topic man.
@Dropey (213)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Thanks for the reply. I like to learn about and try new and odd things.
• United States
17 Nov 06
I dream all the time but most of the time I don't rmember them. I don't think I have ever had a lucid dream. Hmmmmm....but it would be intresting to look into it
@Dropey (213)
• United States
17 Nov 06
It is very intresting I wish I could do it. Imagine all the place you could go. You could breathunder water and explore the ocean or explore outer space. Thanks for your response
@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Ever now and again I do. My dreams are so real that I feel like I am there, I can feel things touching me, smell things around me....it can be very creepy!
@Dropey (213)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Tha sounds creepy. Thanks for your response