Discussion about out-of-body experiences (astral travel), lucid dreaming, and other sleep related phenomenon such as night terrors and sleep paralysis.
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I think I had some form of a lucid dream but I would like some more insight on it. The first part of the dream involved a giant facility with towers of snow starting to crumble and I was in it. As I was trying to make my escape I realized it was a dream and I managed to start playing around a bit. I made fire within my hands and then I just decided to fly out the window. I met someone really nice and quirky who started flying with me and the sensation felt like I was swimming in air. The whole area outside was sunny and suburban, but nothing too surreal.
The weird part was I woke up in my bed again- at least I thought O-O
And I felt it was very real, but some element just seem fake in feeling. I went up to the wall and I did a reality check and I stuck my hand through it. I tried to create a character in a story of mine when I was outside but it ended up failing and some random person with strapped on wings came out, like shooting a gun and having the weird flag come out where the bullet was supposed to be.
It was really surreal but was it a lucid dream that turned into an astral projection? Or just a lucid dream?
Also when creating things should it be effortless or does it take time to practice? Cause it felt like loading up items in a laggy video game
And is there anything else I can do to enhance the experience and make it more chaotic and fantasy like or just keep practicing? I have been meditating for only a month and practicing astral projection. Any tips and stuff would be helpful
Thanks for any advice \(^--^)/
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Sounds like you are very near control within the dream.
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