The girl of my dreams. I am discontinuing my attempts at lucid dreaming, I do not wish to see her again... If you created her from your subconcious, then technically she exists. Even if she doesn't look the same, technically you created her from your life experiences lucid dreaming feels
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - zenberg
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If you created her from your subconcious, then technically she exists. Even if she doesn't look the same, technically you created her from your life experiences. The charm, the sense of humor, the connection. Technically you've experienced these human traits before in your real life experience's. I don't know because I didn't have the dream, but in a weird way i'm saying hang in there bro.
#4 to #3 - anon id: 7e578bf5
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no you CAN NOT create an entirely new face from your subconscious you're brain just cant do it. it will always be one you have seen before whether you like it or not
User avatar #5 to #4 - zenberg
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yeah, I'm saying that because your subconscious cannot create an entirly new face, wouldn't it also apply to the connection the he experienced? Wouldn't it mean he has experienced such a connection to someone before whether he knew it or not? Just my theory.
#6 to #5 - anon id: 7e578bf5
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yeh but in his thingy he was saying that he created her from nothing or some bla bla and the guy below me said maybe she's real so i was just saying that your brain cant create a person from nothingness he must have met her. i should have added that it means that he has a chance to find this person
User avatar #10 to #3 - lemonaid [OP]
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Like people have said, I know you can't make a face from nothing. Still, I find it fascinating my mind formed the perfect girl for me without my consciousness intervening, because I don't know, or at least remember, ever seeing or meeting a girl anything like the one in my dream.
User avatar #12 - vilmowd
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I am not really a tochy feely kinda guy but....DAMN IT OP YOU DID IT AGAIN
#13 - superhyperflying
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www.tulpa.info

Sounds like you did what these people did, Maggot.
User avatar #18 - westylegity
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You have done what I wish I could do. I will experience this though, despite your warnings. The emptiness I feel now is too much to bear.
#17 - nikewinchester
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A fact: The brain can only dream about people you have seen, all the people you see in your dreams are people you have seen the face of, even if you have only looked at them for a second. This means this girl could be real and you've seen her somewhere, but not sure if she has the same personality as this dream version of her.
User avatar #16 - lolothundah
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Just something to share; I think I know what OP feels here. I'm a Hopeless Romantic and back then I used to Dream about a girl. This girl had no distinct features and whatsoever but she just stands out. We would talk and hang out, do crazy things together, and the dream ends.

One day I decided to stop settling for my dream and start materializing this girl, see if I can get a good picture of her. (I know how to draw and sketch, do some portraits) and it seems a though that everytime I try to do this she just changes.

I got pissed off and said to myself "Well Damn If I can't draw her, then I'll just have to wait for her to come by."

Maybe we're technically subconsciously (all that hulabaloo) making the perfect girl for us and we're just out here waiting for a perfect match to come along. I think I read somewhere back then that souls were made in pairs and that they were separated when they are sent down to earth, and then they spend their whole lives looking for their pair
#15 - anon id: b40688d9
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Did she look like this? www.thisman.org/
User avatar #7 - ehzio
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I've always wanted to lucid dream, even if for a second I would like to know what it's like. To have a world at your finger tips and to find the love of your life never slipping away
User avatar #8 to #7 - lemonaid [OP]
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I've been attempting to do it properly for a couple months now and I can give you a few tips to help you, you really need to keep at it and don't stop trying after a week for it to be successful.
*On a daily basis question your reality.
You can often look back on dreams and notice that you had 3 fingers or something else out of the ordinary, but it seems ordinary during the dream. During daily life do simple things like counting your fingers, checking clocks and other things to confirm it's reality. Once you get into the habit of doing this, you'll start doing it in your dreams and you'll notice things that will indicate to you that you're dreaming.


*Keep a dream journal
Preferably keep a small journal with you and put it next to your bed every night wherever you are. You don't have to account for every dream. But if you have a dream think it may have an inner meaning jot it down as soon as you wake up to analyse later. You'll find after a while you start to remember all of your dreams more clearly.

There's a few more things you can do but these are the long-term and best working ways for me. If you really want to be serious about it look further into it because I'm sure they're other methods you might prefer. Either way you really have to stick at it to get it right.

User avatar #9 to #8 - ehzio
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I'll keep that in mind thanks
#2 - anon id: 7e578bf5
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your brain is incapable of creating a new human faces! you have seen the person in real life whether you are aware of it or not
#11 to #2 - anon id: 9586d64c
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That's scientifically unprovable
#14 to #2 - anon id: 50b81a71
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Yeah, that's an untestable hypothesis so it doesn't have much support from the scientific community.