MFW trying to become lucid in a dream. .. Anytime I become aware in a dream I then try to control it. I immediately wake up and think aw man, so close. And then dragons fly over head, and naked bitches  Adventure Time Lucid dreaming jake GIF BLAH
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User avatar #5 - demigodofmadness (01/28/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Anytime I become aware in a dream I then try to control it. I immediately wake up and think aw man, so close. And then dragons fly over head, and naked bitches and I'm rich as **** and I'm like, "Welp, time to get back to the real world."
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#24 - wolviewolverine (01/28/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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>be 4 hours ago
>sleep before work
>have a dream I visited my girlfriends home
>really need to pee
>go to bathroom and pee
>bathroom has a ******* huge window with curtains on the outside
>girlfriend suddenly opens curtain, starts laughing at my wiener
>Her dad suddenly pops up in the corner and stares also.
>Dad yells "I jsut want to know if my daughter gets what she deserves"
>be really embarassed and can't pee anymore
>Run from bathroom
>wake up
>tfw no gf
User avatar #27 to #24 - thegamerslife (01/28/2014) [-]
that was sadder then I expected.
#8 - drhondaboy (01/28/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #17 - longboarders (01/28/2014) [+] (8 replies)
>Be five years old
>Always had clear dreams, usually of me trying and failing to fly
>This continues for years on
>Be fifteen years old
>Everyone I know is getting into parties, drugs, drinkings, cigarettes, etc
>I just read and dreamed, always sleeping
>One day, found an article about lucid dreaming and the amazing things that can happen when one lucid dreams
>Take six months of training my brain with bineural beats to learn how to lucid dream
>Somehow still cant fly even though I know how to become aware
>Research tells me that it is because I am lacking something that I even if I don't know it ambitiously want not in the dream, in real life
>Only thing I can think of is this girl, Shanon we will call her
>8/10 according to my friends, but to me, she was a 10/10. Her personality and looks were perfect to me
>When I don't lucid dream, dreams are of her. Never sexual, just me and her hanging out
>Decide to talk to her. At first, I guess I came on a little creepy. We never talked before, but soon we are friends
>We start hanging out regularly and become good friends
>Day I will never forget, last day before thanksgiving break, she tells me that she is glad we met and kisses me on the cheek
>It was my first kiss from a girl besides relatives. She sees I am blushing
>She just laughs and goes home
>Start overthinking it during break, realize that I have fallen for her harder than I thought I would
>My dreams are now all about her, lucid or not. One non-lucid dream, I proposed to her
>Decide to say " **** it," and start figuring out how to ask her out
>A week and a half later, I ask her out. She grows a big smile on her face, but told me that she would think about it and tell me after school
>Standing in parking lot after school, she jumps me by surprise, get my first kiss ever and she says, "Yes!"
#26 - kranske (01/28/2014) [+] (5 replies)
-kept having the same dream over a year ago
- in a hallway, standing,, suddenly somethings after me,
- naturally i run, as hard and as fast as i can finally i can see a door
- get closer to it
- fall down hole in front of it
- ********************* .avi
-happens repeatedly
-gf at time worried about me says i sound really ******* scared in my sleep
-fast forward a few months
- got rid of gf, ******* bitch.. but dreams continue
- one thing changes, i jump over the whole but the ************* door is locked, and whatever is chasing me catches up and grabs me
- mfw
#10 - mralfie (01/28/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I remember being in a dream, where i knew i was in a dream.
So i decided to see what would happen if i fell asleep in a dream.
I closed my eyes and when i opened them again i was standing over myself.
I was WATCHING myself sleep.
I knew it was current because i left my T.V on.
And it was still playing the movie i was watching (I,Robot)
I haven't slept the same since
#3 - mordakai (01/28/2014) [-]
Lucid dreaming is pretty hard to get the hang of. But when you realise you can pretty much do anything you think of it gets a little hectic
Lucid dreaming is pretty hard to get the hang of. But when you realise you can pretty much do anything you think of it gets a little hectic
User avatar #35 - DoktorHax (01/28/2014) [-]
every single lucid dream i have ever had has turned into sex. kind of annoying really.
User avatar #31 - wolviewolverine (01/28/2014) [+] (1 reply)
lucid dreaming is easy as hell.
1. Go to sleep early. If you are going to go to bet 2AM, totally exhausted, you won't even dream
2. Set your phone to ring after 7 hours. It is approximate time where you are in the shallow end of the sleeping wave. Meaning it would otherwise be easier for you to get up.
3. make sure phone rings isn't disturbing. Just lond and ong enough t wake you and then shuts up.
4. You'll wake up. Keep sleeping, and you will, since your natural 8 hour sleep isn't completed yet (adjust all these hours as your daily regime fits. I personally sleep only 6h a day, so I'd set my clocks at 5 hours 30 mins from the moment I went to bed
5. If you managed to have a dream that your phone woke you up from, you'll remember it soundly. Then just keep sleeping the rest 1 hour and you'll be able to manipulate your dream as you feel fit. If you force it into something else, it may end.
If it is interesting, you might fall asleep again, as the upper sleeping wave approaches, to finish off your nights sleep.
Expect some short controllable dream sequences, until you either wake up or fall asleep and then wake up.

Don't do drugs or alcohol as they will obstruct dreams. If you were horny before nights sleep, you may have awesome sexual dreams.
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User avatar #15 - stocxt (01/28/2014) [-]
I only lucid dreamed once but I didn't have much control of the dream, I just knew I was dreaming.

Usually my dreams are so realistic I I'm unaware of it and often confuse them with being actual memories
User avatar #12 - endface ONLINE (01/28/2014) [-]
I had lucid dreams at a young age long before I knew what they were. I thought demons were watching me every night and that when I woke up in the middle of the night I would catch them off-guard.
Until the symptoms of lucid dreaming were described to me, I had always assumed the supernatural.
User avatar #9 - shadowsynergy (01/28/2014) [-]
The best piece of advice I can give to anyone looking to lucid dream, is a simple trick I came up with a long time ago. If you feel yourself starting to wake up from over excitement, close your eyes (in the dream), lay on your stomach, and inhale the gentle smell of the grass. Doesn't matter where you are in the dream, the grass will be there, and it will relax you. I think it has something to do with connecting to the sleeping position and smelling your bed... It's always worked for me.
User avatar #7 - AnFour (01/28/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I lucid dream sometimes.

I can sometimes dream then wake up and go back to sleep and be in the same dream as before knowing that I'm dreaming. Pretty awesome.

User avatar #4 - darksideofthebeast (01/28/2014) [+] (2 replies)
One does not simply attempt to become lucid in a dream, it just happens.
The only time I have full control of my dreams if I don't subconsciously do reality checks is if I have a false awakening.
User avatar #2 - tomahawkit **User deleted account** (01/28/2014) [-]
i wish I could lucid dream. I tried to today, but everything seemed natural to me. for some reason it was perfectly logical to create a save file before I went and asked a girl out. it wasn't until I woke up until I noticed how ridiculous that dream was. I would never ask a girl out.
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