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10-07-2017, 02:55 AM
Post: #1
Rainbow Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
Shannon, I was wondering if you can add a Lucid Dream module to your subs, maybe apart of the skeleton script?

As Lucid Dreams are more real then awake reality to me and I think if you can experience the goals of the program each night as real as possible, as in a Lucid Dream (where you are consciously aware and in control) then it would be far more easier to believe and manifest in awake reality, because you have already experienced it vividly as real. Think of Lucid Dreaming and awake "dreaming" as blending into each other.

I am sure if you researched Lucid dreaming thoroughly, you could come up with something epic that would vastly improve the results of the program. I don't know if you have ever experienced Lucid Dreaming Shannon? Where your experience is more real then awake reality?

I mean, there is so many benefits to Lucid Dreaming, and soooo much vast information out there now, with your skills you could easily gather all the knowledge you need on this topic and make this really a great groundbreaking module.

Anyone that has experienced true Lucid Dreaming in their life would know that this would be amazing, so beneficial on so many levels and so much fun!

We all sleep and dream anyway, why not make it as real, vivid, conscious and epic as possible?


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10-07-2017, 04:51 AM (This post was last modified: 10-07-2017 04:52 AM by samba99.)
Post: #2
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
I think this is already in MLS as I experienced 3-4 lucid dreams while on MLS

I shifted to DMSI now.
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10-07-2017, 06:07 AM (This post was last modified: 10-07-2017 11:33 PM by Determined.)
Post: #3
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
I'm on the fence for this one (even though I voted no).

Lucid dreaming is a form of co-consciousness; where the Subconscious mind creates the setting and the conscious mind is represented by you moving through it freely. This is a really powerful state for personal transformation, as one can start working with personal intentions to interact with the subconscious (as represented by the lucid dream setting/ objects/ characters).

I did a training which aims to induce this in a waking state so one can make personal change. Basically in that training there were "7 rules of flight club". One of them was "if it moves, follow it" from which an interaction would take place. Another was "exchange a gift" which can be anything (but is usually something symbolic). Over time, by following the the "rules" trainees would begin to transform their inner landscape thereby transforming their lives.

Initially, the SubC mind will only ever let the conscious mind interact with what it can handle but over time, as the trust builds, deeper and deeper stuff starts getting unearthed. For instance, everyone has a metaphorical basement within their SubC which contains hurt memories, traumas, bad experiences, unresolved emotions, and the like which the SubC is working to keep at bay (so to stay locked up) in order to keep us safe. One of the consequences of this training was to symbolically interact with these in that lucid state in order to transform and heal them. Another, was to transform the architecture of the mind by removing/ transforming our current mental frameworks. To give an example, we all have internal frameworks which structure the way we operate, however, these frameworks also keep us trapped in our current state.

With that in mind, subliminal induced lucid dreaming could be a boon to the diligent practitioner of the aforementioned training, whereby the dreamer is actively working on themselves in the dream. However, I can see many people just getting lost inside their lucid dreams. Having a lucid dream as an option can create a degree of escapism. Hence being on the fence. As a tool it can be used for self development or it can be used for escapism. Which is why I voted no. Seems like playing with fire to me.
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10-07-2017, 06:18 AM
Post: #4
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-07-2017 04:51 AM)samba99 Wrote:  I think this is already in MLS as I experienced 3-4 lucid dreams while on MLS

I shifted to DMSI now.

So have I, but they were usually just a representation of what I'd been learning. Felt more like consolidation than actual exploring
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10-07-2017, 07:08 AM
Post: #5
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And OBE (out of body experience) would be awesome Smile
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10-07-2017, 07:28 AM
Post: #6
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(10-07-2017 07:08 AM)stefioan Wrote:  And OBE (out of body experience) would be awesome Smile

I’m assuming you mean astral projection, correct? Or there is a different one?

Has anyone in this forum did astral projection successfuly? Maybe enlighten us about it
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10-07-2017, 10:45 AM
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RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-07-2017 07:28 AM)samba99 Wrote:  I’m assuming you mean astral projection, correct? Or there is a different one?

From what I know, astral projection and OBE are the same thing.
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10-07-2017, 11:28 PM
Post: #8
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I voted no, but I don't know enough about lucid dreaming really. I'm not sure if doing that would actually affect your waking life or just kind of be like "Oh well the dream world is better so i'll escape to that."

That would be my concern, but I haven't really researched it.
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10-08-2017, 03:35 AM
Post: #9
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(10-07-2017 11:28 PM)Benjamin Wrote:  I voted no, but I don't know enough about lucid dreaming really. I'm not sure if doing that would actually affect your waking life or just kind of be like "Oh well the dream world is better so i'll escape to that."

That would be my concern, but I haven't really researched it.

I have a friend that can go lucid in his dreams and also do astral projections easily. He ended up addicted to it. He was trying to be in such states as much as possible and didn't care about his real life.

He gave me an analogy like his waking life is like he is on a long flight tied in an airplane seat and waiting to reach the next airport and his dreams and out of body experiences being like his normal life without limitations (not strapped on that seat).

I do agree with you on a level but with the research I did on the matter, on the dream and astral worlds you can get so much information that can help you in real life and not just you but the whole world. A quick example (and there are many) is a NASA engineer that used lucid dreaming to come up with the necessary design pattern for a complex design of one of the robots he was working on.
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10-08-2017, 03:52 AM (This post was last modified: 10-08-2017 04:16 AM by Determined.)
Post: #10
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-08-2017 03:35 AM)stefioan Wrote:  
(10-07-2017 11:28 PM)Benjamin Wrote:  I voted no, but I don't know enough about lucid dreaming really. I'm not sure if doing that would actually affect your waking life or just kind of be like "Oh well the dream world is better so i'll escape to that."

That would be my concern, but I haven't really researched it.

I have a friend that can go lucid in his dreams and also do astral projections easily. He ended up addicted to it. He was trying to be in such states as much as possible and didn't care about his real life.

He gave me an analogy like his waking life is like he is on a long flight tied in an airplane seat and waiting to reach the next airport and his dreams and out of body experiences being like his normal life without limitations (not strapped on that seat).

I do agree with you on a level but with the research I did on the matter, on the dream and astral worlds you can get so much information that can help you in real life and not just you but the whole world. A quick example (and there are many) is a NASA engineer that used lucid dreaming to come up with the necessary design pattern for a complex design of one of the robots he was working on.

Lol, it seems my post is a bit big so everyones skipping over it.

Yes you can use lucid dreaming to benefit reality. I did a training designed to induce lucid dreaming in a wake state, to cause personal transformation. Necessary safety precautions were introduced in the form of mindfulness training, which acted as a "saftey line" to ensure participants were brought back safely and whole.

Which is why I can understand the dangers as your friend experienced. Without the proper grounding in reality, people can get lost. There's also a degree of escapism. No drug user ever intends to become an addict. It happens over time as they continually indulge themselves.

This is the lucid dream training:
https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/beyo...-hypnosis/
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10-08-2017, 06:13 AM
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RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
I can't believe people are worried about escapism. You could say going to sleep is escapism, but do you want to sleep 24/7? Yeah probable if you are severely depressed.

If you experience Lucid Dreaming and then you want to escape from your life, then it is not Lucid Dreaming's fault, it is your own and if anything, that gives you a very big clue you are not living the life you want, thus you can do something about that.

Also, Lucid Dreaming is being completely consciously aware of being in a dream and then being able to control it. High, full Lucidity is what I am referring to with a Lucid Dream, not low Lucidity.

Making it more complex then that and you are just filtering your words through a set of belief systems. To which are infinite.
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10-08-2017, 06:22 AM
Post: #12
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-08-2017 03:52 AM)Determined Wrote:  
(10-08-2017 03:35 AM)stefioan Wrote:  
(10-07-2017 11:28 PM)Benjamin Wrote:  I voted no, but I don't know enough about lucid dreaming really. I'm not sure if doing that would actually affect your waking life or just kind of be like "Oh well the dream world is better so i'll escape to that."

That would be my concern, but I haven't really researched it.

I have a friend that can go lucid in his dreams and also do astral projections easily. He ended up addicted to it. He was trying to be in such states as much as possible and didn't care about his real life.

He gave me an analogy like his waking life is like he is on a long flight tied in an airplane seat and waiting to reach the next airport and his dreams and out of body experiences being like his normal life without limitations (not strapped on that seat).

I do agree with you on a level but with the research I did on the matter, on the dream and astral worlds you can get so much information that can help you in real life and not just you but the whole world. A quick example (and there are many) is a NASA engineer that used lucid dreaming to come up with the necessary design pattern for a complex design of one of the robots he was working on.

Lol, it seems my post is a bit big so everyones skipping over it.

Yes you can use lucid dreaming to benefit reality. I did a training designed to induce lucid dreaming in a wake state, to cause personal transformation. Necessary safety precautions were introduced in the form of mindfulness training, which acted as a "saftey line" to ensure participants were brought back safely and whole.

Which is why I can understand the dangers as your friend experienced. Without the proper grounding in reality, people can get lost. There's also a degree of escapism. No drug user ever intends to become an addict. It happens over time as they continually indulge themselves.

This is the lucid dream training:
https://hypnosistrainingacademy.com/beyo...-hypnosis/

If its true then shannon should get the perfect scripts for all his future subs by lucid dreaming
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10-08-2017, 07:14 AM
Post: #13
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-08-2017 06:13 AM)ALI6NMENT Wrote:  I can't believe people are worried about escapism. You could say going to sleep is escapism, but do you want to sleep 24/7? Yeah probable if you are severely depressed.

If you experience Lucid Dreaming and then you want to escape from your life, then it is not Lucid Dreaming's fault, it is your own and if anything, that gives you a very big clue you are not living the life you want, thus you can do something about that.

Also, Lucid Dreaming is being completely consciously aware of being in a dream and then being able to control it. High, full Lucidity is what I am referring to with a Lucid Dream, not low Lucidity.

Making it more complex then that and you are just filtering your words through a set of belief systems. To which are infinite.

I agree with you completely here, it's the users responsibility entirely.

The escapism element exists because people now have the ability to be a "god" of their own private world. They can do anything and be anything. Much like Cypher in the movie "The Matrix"; he got so sick of eating goo, living in cramped cold conditions, fighting an endless war and having unrequited romantic feelings, he decided he'd rather re-insert and be a "somebody" than go on and live that way.
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10-08-2017, 11:38 AM
Post: #14
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I have actually experienced both LDing and AP and I do see and experience them as different. I know I can Astral Project from a Lucid Dream, so this is why I am not fussed that we are concentrating on Lucid Dreaming.

There is just an overwhelming amount of positive reasons to implement this, it's just damn crazy good.

If I am being completely honest, I don't believe dreams are "created in the brain". Dreams, Lucid Dreams, Out of Body Experiences, Astral Projections, Normal Awake Reality are all connected and are just different levels of "Consciousness". There is many ways I can word what I just wrote, to understand it from a different perspectives, beliefs etc, but everything is neutral, we are the ones that put meaning on things, so none of what I just wrote is important to this topic, it is just that I expressed my belief, based on my personal experience of these things.

I also believe everything is infinite, so it is impossible to say if one truth, is truth, as everyone's perception is true for them and if that is true, then there are infinite truths, which means what we choose is true, is true. LOL.
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10-08-2017, 11:52 AM
Post: #15
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^^^^ Well can you maybe tell us how the astral world was like?
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10-08-2017, 01:22 PM (This post was last modified: 10-08-2017 01:24 PM by Cyanide.)
Post: #16
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
I would personally love to see a Lucid Dreaming subliminal. A subliminal aimed specifically at this goal would, I suspect, be quick to see the end goal because of how specific it is. Lucid Dreaming has always been a topic of interest for me since I was very young. In fact, I know quite a lot about it.

In my mind this subliminal would instruct the user to 1) become aware of when he / she is dreaming (a lucid dream) and 2) improve general visualization in the mind's eye. Of course there is much more to it than that - and If the chance ever arises for Shannon to make such a sub (He is extraordinarily busy) then I would love to personally lend a hand. Of course other programs are higher priority, although since this is so specific it may not take very long to craft. Time will tell.

In regards to adding this in a skeleton script - I can't say if Shannon will agree. My opinion: Not everyone wants to become lucid. There is a HUGE difference between a lucid dream and vivid dreams where you can generally recall upon awakening.
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10-08-2017, 03:46 PM
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I think a subliminal just for it maybe, but not in every other program.
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10-08-2017, 06:27 PM
Post: #18
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
(10-08-2017 11:38 AM)ALI6NMENT Wrote:  I have actually experienced both LDing and AP and I do see and experience them as different. I know I can Astral Project from a Lucid Dream, so this is why I am not fussed that we are concentrating on Lucid Dreaming.

There is just an overwhelming amount of positive reasons to implement this, it's just damn crazy good.

If I am being completely honest, I don't believe dreams are "created in the brain". Dreams, Lucid Dreams, Out of Body Experiences, Astral Projections, Normal Awake Reality are all connected and are just different levels of "Consciousness". There is many ways I can word what I just wrote, to understand it from a different perspectives, beliefs etc, but everything is neutral, we are the ones that put meaning on things, so none of what I just wrote is important to this topic, it is just that I expressed my belief, based on my personal experience of these things.

I also believe everything is infinite, so it is impossible to say if one truth, is truth, as everyone's perception is true for them and if that is true, then there are infinite truths, which means what we choose is true, is true. LOL.

That kind of thinking can be dangerous, especially to a person with a loose grip on reality. Believing dreams and reality to be connected, especially to an ungrounded mind, could spell disaster.

There are two types of beliefs; functional and dysfunctional. Functional beliefs enable one to move through the world and interact with others in a healthy way whilst dysfunctional beliefs do the opposite.

I understand the ability to influence ones own mind via lucid dreaming, but beyond that I can't say it'd have much purpose besides being a fancy lights show. Maybe you could tell us about these other positives that you're aware of
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10-09-2017, 01:49 AM (This post was last modified: 10-09-2017 01:55 AM by ALI6NMENT.)
Post: #19
RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
Determined, I am not here to convince you.

If it gets implemented great, if not, it's not the end of the world. I just acted on impulse with this thread, who knows, something great might be born from it.

This stuff I don't have any fears over, it's pretty normal for me, but sensing the amount of irrational fears around this topic on this forum, it will not be implemented by Shannon. Even though it would do them good because ..."fears".

At the least, consider it for a future sub, in all its glory for the people that do want to experience this, please Shannon.
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10-09-2017, 03:20 AM
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RE: Add a Lucid Dream Module into subs
I had a Lucid Dream last night, mainly because I have got interested in all this and my skills are rusty.

But in this Lucid Dream, I was watching this guy from behind him doing stand up comedy to a small crowd of people, I then become aware that I was dreaming, I then decided consciously to do stand up (As I have never done it before) and I then become this guy and I was walking around and telling whatever jokes came to mind, my crowd was tough, that started heckling me but I did not care, as I new this was just a "Dream", so I walked around and strutted my stuff even more and feeling bad ass because all these people could not effect me.

I then decided to move onto something else and I then morphed out of the body of the stand up comedian and as I saw him in front of me, he was now this old guy and his crowed was all old men and women. I thought this kind of sucks, I want to find a nice looking lady!

And as I scanned the room and came to the left side of me, there was his attractive women sitting there, the only attractive woman in the room. I thought ah she will do and I went over to her and I thought she was pretty hot and I grabbed her breasts and she gave me a funny look (Which is really funny in a Lucid Dream as the "Dream" Characters think your crazy most of the time, especially when you tell them you are dreaming haha)

She then started to like me touching her breasts, I sat down next to her and I then grabbed her and pulled up her bright red skirt and inserted my penis into her vagina and started bouncing her up and down my penis (This was crystal clear, I was in full conscious control, It felt 100% real, very pleasurable, I could do whatever I wanted) Whilst turning my head and seeing the old guy still doing the stand up to the old crowd and thinking to myself, this is awesome, this Lucid Dreaming is so cool and has so much potential.

I then woke up in bed early in the morning and I was thankful that I even had a Lucid Dream. This was a very short Lucid Dream, and I did not change hardly anything, apart from having the intention to do stand up and then find an attractive woman. If I had other intentions and was really good at staying Lucid I could of done other things and changed everything completely. I was only Lucid for like 10 mins. If you get really good, you can last much much longer, I am talking hours and in that time the world is your oyster.

I have gathered up other things you can do in a Lucid Dream, for you peace of mind, for example:

Fly across the mountains

Teleport

Time Travel

Meet famous celebrities

Convince a dream character that he’s in a dream

Talk to long lost relatives

Practice a job interview

Face your fears

Star in a movie

Play an instrument you’ve never played

Listen to dream music

Eat dream food

Be good at things you don’t know how to do

Be an acrobat

Experiment with thought control

Experience lucid sex

Become an animal

Live on another planet

See the world from space

Relive memories and experiences

Experience powerful Lucid emotions

Change the weather

Make things explode with your mind

Live in slow motion

Slow down time

Enter dream teleport's and mirrors

Explore the mind or another dream character

Change into another character

Create some art

Write some dream music

Transform into the opposite sex

Survive a Zombie Invasion

Be a zombie

Take a mystery dream pill

Experience a negative situation

Make a friend in the dream

Find your dream guide

Be your favourite superhero

Fly up to cloud level and observe the world below. This is the land of your unconscious mind - what is it like? Is it peaceful, surreal, overpopulated?

Dive underwater and breathe normally without oxygen. Think of the water as being like air; it's ok to fill your lungs with it.

Run super fast through fields and towns until you reach the sea.

Pass through a mirror portal and emerge in a different dimension. Is this Earth II? What's different? What can you learn from this place?

Go to a restaurant and eat the most extravagant thing on the menu. The flavors and texture of lucid dream food are fantastic.

Stand in your back yard and look up at the night sky. Draw an infinity sign in the air and announce: "To infinity - and beyond!" Wait and see what happens Wink

Morph yourself into an atom and explore the quantum world. The rules are totally different here. What bizarre new energies can you experience?

Ask the dream to show you bullet-time and warp The Matrix like Neo. In this virtual world, you are in command of the laws of physics.

Identify a dream psychiatrist and talk about your problems or life goals. Your unconscious mind is the best counselor in the world.

Shout out to the dream: "Show me something brilliant!” If nothing happens at first, just wait, or ask again with more conviction. The dream itself will respond.

Travel back in time and see how the pyramids of Egypt were built.

Soar over great mountains and valleys like an eagle. Feel the breeze against your skin, and taste the ultimate freedom of unlimited flight.

Take a journey to the centre of the Earth and explore what lies within. Remember this is fantasy land. Science goes out the window...

Obtain super powers like The X-Men. Bend metal with your mind, read other people's thoughts and teleport anywhere instantly.

Meet up with famous faces - it can be a Hollywood celebrity or academic idol. What's it like being them? Could you trade places for a day?

Perform real magic in front of a live audience. Real life stage performers can use the opportunity to practice their routine in a realistic environment.

Fly over New York City at night. When you're done, select a window at random and float right in - who's inside? What are they doing?

Bungee jump off of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Ask your dream "What are this week's winning lottery numbers?" (If anyone ever pulls this off, you deserve a Nobel Prize. Worth experimenting?)

Travel backwards in time and meet yourself as a child. What are their dreams and goals? What do they love most about life?

Travel forwards in time and meet yourself in 10, 20 or 30 years. What's changed? What wisdom does your senior self have to offer you?

Induce an out of body experience and explore the world as a ghost-like entity. What's it like to observe dream figures who don't know you're there?

Take your brand new Ferrari out for a spin.

Run at super speed through the desert, bouncing and rolling over towering sand dunes, knowing that nothing can cause you harm.

Teleport around the world instantly like Jumper by closing your eyes and spinning. (Hint: keep your eyes open just a little if you're like me and closing your eyes completely usually causes you to wake up.)

Walk through walls and observe the interior as you pass through. How does it feel to push your physical body through solid objects?

Fly up into the night sky and keep going till you reach the moon. Feel a wonderful sense of cosmic peace as you distance yourself from planet Earth.

Float in space and allow your physical body to dissolve before entering hyperspace. Travel beyond the known edge of the universe.

Visit an alien planet and seek out intelligent beings. How different is their reality? What wisdom do they have to offer you?

Shape shift into a shark and explore a tropical coral reef. How are your senses heightened or different from normal?

Go to a tranquil garden and meet up with spirit guides, angels or deities. Ask them if they have anything important they want to tell you.

Paint a beautiful sunset by breathing color into the atmosphere, or swiping your hand across the sky. This is your own original dream art.

Swap perspectives with your dog and experience the life of Fido.

Become the billionaire owner of your own fully-staffed tropical island. Marvel at your own private beach, heated pools and banquet-style meals.

Ride a superbike around a rollercoaster racetrack.

Gallop on a white stallion through the breathtaking scenery of Middle Earth.

Compete and win in the Olympic games. Real life athletes can practice their skills in a mighty stadium, improving muscle memory when they wake.

Grow your cat into a friendly Siberian tiger who follows you everywhere.

Fly through a canyon, powered by a jet pack, chasing an enemy spy plane.

Win a Golden Ticket and take the tour of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Taste the delights of a whimsical candyland.

Leap and bound over skyscraper rooftops on a dazzling sunny day.

Be a genius contestant on your favorite TV game show.

Direct the construction of your own private palace, installing state-of-the-art gadgetry and luxurious furnishings.

Walk down the street in an Iron Man armored suit, destroying enemy targets, saving civilians and taking to the skies when you're done.

Ask the dream to help you see music as you hear it. What form does it take? Is it fluid? Does it float? Can you touch the notes?

Transform into a giant lizard, Godzilla-style, and move through the city - aka your new adventure playground.

Become invisible and play tricks on your friends. Look at your reflection in the mirror. What do you see?

Become the world’s greatest rock singer and play a concert at Madison Square Gardens. Be your favorite artist or make it up as you go.

Gain the ability to telepathically talk to all people and animals.

Make the world's best hamburger and savour the delicious flavors of beef, cheese, bacon, gherkin, mayo, lettuce, tomato, BBQ sauce...

Tell your dream that peaceful intelligent aliens have made first contact with Earth, and you would like to be the first to meet them.

Your 15th-century ancestor has just woken up from cryogenic sleep! Be their guide to the modern world and all its technology.

Now you awaken from cryogenic sleep. In the year 2500! Your descendant introduces you to the new world...

Spend a day as a guest of The Simpsons. Dream in full cartoon!

Invite other dream characters to take part in your lucid fantasies.

Be the heroic defender of a group of survivors in the great zombie apocalypse.

Morph into a house fly and experience the world from its perspective. Jeff Goldblum's been there!

Point your finger like a magic wand to create and destroy objects in your dreamscape. What's the largest single object you can influence?

Go hang-gliding over Isla Nublar, the mysterious fictional island from Jurassic Park. Observe the dinosaurs!

Go back in time and observe the life of Jesus. Was he real?

Practice your public speaking abilities in front of a packed auditorium.

Experience your favourite movie first-hand, playing the central character and allowing the plot to change course naturally for an alternate ending.

Become a master ninja, gliding silently among rooftops to spy on an enemy agent. You are swift and agile... and can defy the laws of physics.

Drive a super-powered battle tank down the freeway.

Ride on the back of a friendly Diplodocus, Flintstones-style.

Practice parkour across rooftops and revel in the freedom of movement.

Morph into a majestic silver gibbon, swinging through the treetops with ease and grace.

Gravity does not affect you. Casually walk up your bedroom wall and onto the ceiling, then wake up your partner to see their reaction.

You are a world champion fighter. Step in the Octagon and unleash hell on your mortal enemy (or anyone else who happens to deserve it).

Take a flight of fancy on your futuristic hoverboard - which travels across land, sea, air... and even uphill. Marty McFly would be proud.

Possess the mind of other dream characters, in the style of Being John Malkovich. How do you appear from their perspective?

Create music by hopping along the horizon, forming each new sound as you make contact with the ground.

Drink a love potion that makes you the most attractive person in the dreamworld. How do other dream characters see you?

Play a relaxing round of golf with Tiger Woods on the world’s most exotic and adventurous golf course.

Win $100 million on the lottery and go on a spending spree. (What do you still yearn for now that you have it all?)

Play the role of a powerful psychic detective, employed by the Miami Police Department to solve murders.

Visit a dream art gallery, displaying vast collections of your own future artwork. Memorize the details and bring them back to waking reality.

Discover your telekinetic power to shape and manipulate water. Create magnificent water sculptures or invent elaborate water sports.

Jump high into the air, allow yourself to fall, and feel a wonderful burst of endorphins when you land perfectly the ground.

Uh-oh... You are captured by advanced aliens and placed in a universal zoo on a distant planet. Escape!

Ask other dream characters questions that are playing on your mind. Is it time for a career change? What should you name your unborn child?

Summon up a wise dream character and ask them "What is reality?" Keep asking for clarification until you get an answer that blows your mind.

Develop your powers of lucid dream telekinesis with increasingly bigger objects, starting with a pen and building up to an elephant.

Play first-person video games like Just Cause and Left 4 Dead to experience them more vividly than ever before.

Become a galactic overlord! Create your own solar system and populate the planets with complex civilizations.

Create a swarm of nanobots and marvel at their coordinated movements, as you control their collective goals.

Practice your favorite sports and reinforce your automatic procedural memory for each set of muscle movements.

Take on the viewpoint of a white blood cell, moving through your body as you fight an incoming infection.

Manifest superhero powers and travel at super speeds round the planet, diving into deep oceans and flying to the top of mountains.

Slide through a portal to another dimension and explore parallel worlds. Ask the dream to guide you to a particular type.

Experiment with dream healing. Focus on the part of your mind or body that you want to fix. Experience that improvement in the dream world. Does it translate at all to waking life?

Ask the dream to send forward a representative of your inner self. Ask them if they have anything to tell you, or pose burning life questions.

Confront nightmare figures directly and ask them what they want, or how you can help them. Approach them with compassion.

Address the underlying cause of irrational fears. Make a pact with your unconscious that you will no longer suffer them in waking life.

Look through a wormhole and observe the amazing evolution of the Earth over the last 4 billion years. What happens next?

Create every detail of your ultimate happy place; a positive environment where you can go at any time, during waking life, lucid dreams and meditation.

Find a quiet place in nature and meditate inside your dream. Focus your thoughts on this: "What's beyond the lucid dream world?"

Ask your unconscious dreaming mind to help you recognise the dream state more often, so you may interact more frequently.

Dissolve the dream state (a task found in dream yoga) and experience the purest form of consciousness without distraction.

Allow the dream to take you on an adventure, without attempting to control any aspect of it whatsoever. Simply remain lucid and open.

Ask your dream out loud: "Why am I here?" Then wait...


Just to name a few, so basically anything you want you can do. The limit is only your imagination.
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