Have you ever had a lucid dream ?

@_Koko_ (350)
United Kingdom
January 16, 2017 4:29am CST
So i have heard a lot of people talking about having lucid dreams and how cool they are . From what I heard and searched up a bit is that a lucid dream is during which the dreamer is aware of dreaming ,and during lucid dreaming, the dreamer may be able to exert some degree of control over the dream characters, narrative, and environment. This sounds so cool to me but have never experienced a lucid dream , hell I hardly even remember my normal dreams . So have you guys experienced a lucid dream if yes how was its ? I'm so curios how that feels because every time I realize I'm in a dream i wake up . Are there any ways that i can get into a lucid dreams ?
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@atoz1to10 (6834)
• Australia
16 Jan 17
Sorry but what is a lucid dream? I've never heard of this term before... sweet dream, wet dream but never lucid dream.. Please explain.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
As stated above if you read it well @atoz1to10 a lucid dream is during which the dreamer is aware of dreaming ,and during lucid dreaming, the dreamer may be able to exert some degree of control over the dream characters, narrative, and environment.
@atoz1to10 (6834)
• Australia
16 Jan 17
@_Koko_ Sorry, I like to scan read... OK... So that's what lucid dream is. I think I have...
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
@atoz1to10 no worries
@supervalon (1225)
• North Las Vegas, Nevada
16 Jan 17
yes it happened to me but only once. it is scary indeed, considering that you are asleep but aware of what is happening around you.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
But in some cases they said that you can control it so that sounds really fun to me .
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• North Las Vegas, Nevada
16 Jan 17
@_Koko_ hahaha well I remember when my lucid dream happened, that time I saw my building burning and stuff, and I was screaming for help, It felt for a moment that I can control it, like controlling a character in a video game.
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@TRBRocks420 (75435)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Jan 17
Yes I have many times it seems so real.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
Well i haven't but i would love to .
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@sans224 (1834)
16 Jan 17
dont remember. i have only a vague picture of dreams watched.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
I can really relate to that i sometimes remember my dreams as only vague pictures .
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@pumpkinjam (5767)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
I'm not sure if I have but I know my partner has. He often says that his dreams seem more real than his waking reality. He is so dosed up on various medication during the day, and usually in pain, and has illnesses/disabilities (and side effects of some meds) which mean he doesn't feel a lot of emotions. One dream, I don't think he said what it was about but he did say he felt fear. He wanted to go back to sleep again because it was so exhilarating to him to feel that as it wasn't something he'd felt before!
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
So sad to hear about your dad :(
@Kandae11 (35967)
16 Jan 17
I don't know how it happens. Sometimes I have a dream and I am happy when I awaken and realize it was just a dream. Then there were other dreams in which I controlled the happenings.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
Sounds so cool to me i wish i could experience a lucid dream
@MALUSE (39137)
• Germany
16 Jan 17
I rarely remember my dreams but can't say that that disturbs me.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
16 Jan 17
Same
16 Jan 17
Yes. Many times.
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@Namelesss (1331)
• United States
13 Feb 17
I have had many lucid dreams. They are quite interesting and yes sometimes they can be scary but they can be wonderful and exciting as well. If you become lucid enough during the dream you should be able to somewhat control the events BUT it is truly best to just observe and go with the flow. If you try and control them you have only your own imagination to work with. If you let them flow there is absolutely no telling what direction your lucid dream will go and you might learn a thing or two. If you want to increase your chances I highly suggest that all you do is have the intention of having a lucid dream just before you go to sleep. Even think about it a bit during the day or whenever you are awake. Intent is key. Good luck.