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Lucid dreaming
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Lucid dreaming

Lucid dreams are wonderful, exciting, fun and enlightening! I have had 6 lucid dreams. In case you don't know what a lucid dream is: A lucid dream is a dream state in which the dreamer knows he/she is dreaming. Lucid dreams are more vivid and feel more real than regular dreams and real life. In a lucid dream, you can control your dreams and carry out anything your heart desires. You must have a high expectation and firm belief that your wish will happen. Here are 15 things to do in a lucid dream

1. Fly

2. Get help in conquering your fears in real life

3. Get help in solving real life problems

4. Get the answers to your most easy or most difficult questions

5. Date the man/woman of your dreams

6. Meet your favorite celebrity or fictional character

7. Create and rule over your own world

8. Travel through different dimensions

9. Cast off nightmares

10. Shape shift

11. Cope with depression

12. Learn about your origins

13. Be in a video game

14. Experiencing serenity and peace

(This post was last modified: 03-09-2014 08:12 AM by Cianna200.)
03-09-2014 08:02 AM
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Lucid dreaming - Cianna200 - 03-09-2014 08:02 AM
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