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  1. #1 Lucid Dreaming 
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    If you are capable of it, what sort of things do you dream about?

    If your not capable of it, but you learned to do it, what sort of things would you dream about?

    other than the fun things, :wink: I'd do experiments and try to harness my dreams for real world effects

    First I'd read or listen to something before going to bed and try to remember it in my dreams, and then repeat it, or write it down when I wake up. Then after I can do that, I'll try to practice things in my dreams, like foreign languages, songs, story telling, social skills and martial arts.

    I would also like to be able to listen to the world as I dream, to the point where I can identify things that are happening in the real world, while remaining in a dream state.


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    I don't know if this counts as lucid dreaming, exactly, but I've had a few dreams where something bad was happening and I was aware that if I didn't like the outcome I could simply start the dream sequence over again. For example, on more than one occasion I've dreamed that someone was chasing me and eventually caught me; in a few of these dreams, at the moment when I was caught, I was able to "reset" the dream, rewinding back to the chase and have it end with my not being caught.

    I've also had a few lucid-seeming dreams involving flight: for example, in my dream I'd be on top of a building or on some steep cliff, aware that if I lost my balance I'd fall, but then somehow decide that it is possible for me to fly rather than fall, and lo and behold, I leap off the mountaintop or whatever and fly. It's pretty thrilling.


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    Indeed, there isn't much that can describe the feelings associated with overcoming fear.
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