lucid dreaming into alternate realities

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  1. Rikki

    Rikki High Priestess

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    My daughter Kate has been training to lucid Dream for a long time last night she tried on her own. The results were more than she bargained for. here in her own words is what happened.

    "It was the weirdest thing ever. I was trying to find out where I was and asked these people who said I was checked into this fancy room. And I tried to charge my phone which was all futuristic. And fb was something else all 4d emoticon. It was fucked up how vivid it was. So I was running around not familiar with the settings and pretending I was just drunk when I asked where I was. I looked in my pockets and found ticket stubs and a roomkey. And then I would try to escape and land in another scenario, and there was one where these creepy aliens found me billowing out of the nonetheless like smoke right in front of me, did an injection and then I had these bark like stuff in my mouth. I asked these people where I was taking the stuff out of my mouth, when this prudish lady with a small dog in her arms replied, "ewww..you aren't going to barf are you?". And then I was trying to call on my phone to my present self, but it was a whole different time setting. I ran through an emblazed city barefoot, the city horizon looked sun bleached. And then I was back and woke up. It felt like hours and it was only about 2 hrs after I fell asleep! it was incredibly emotional and palpable. I went to use my phone to connect out to people and I was a different person, but another version of myself at the same time. It was a future timeline from a whole different perspective. The land buckled The cities burned the waters ran red with blood. The mantis turned on us! the fucking mantis! all around me fire and death. Aliens Hostile. I don't understand all dead!"
    She is a novice She went somewhere where as she put it the pact was broken.
    Please post any thoughts on this and I will post some of my trips to other realities. and feel free to post yours.
    Blessed be
    Rikki
     
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  2. Sheltie

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    I'm not trying to get you in trouble or anything, but do you use any type of herbs, drugs, or alcohol as part of your trips? Carlos Castaneda was very open about his use of "power plants" during his experiences.
     
  3. Rikki

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    I have not recently but I have indulged in cannabis in my youth. And yes I have used Psilcybin mushrooms as well.
     
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  4. Shadowprophet

    Shadowprophet Truthiness

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    I indulge in cannabis daily. I have for over a decade. That said., I feel like explaining why my thoughts on this would be lost on people, I will say this,

    Fact. in alternate realities, People you are related to are not necessarily related to you anymore.

    I add. What is the Universe? is it this one "Verse" that we inhabit. Or do words like multi and omniverse lose their meaning? Because., It's all connected to a primary, "original" If you get what I am saying. The likeness or variant is still very much "related" In that, it is the polarity of that which one is familiar with.
     
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  5. Thomas R. Morrison

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    Kudos to Kate for honing such excellent dream recall skills - I know that it takes great discipline, and ideally writing down all of your dreams in a dream journal every time you awaken, to achieve this level of multi-scene recall. Happily, I tended to have far more uplifting and richly mysterious dreams to recall - hopefully if she sticks with it, she will too.

    But this is vivid dreaming, not lucid dreaming. In lucid dreams, you're fully aware that you are in fact asleep and dreaming - you can even check in on your body and realize "yep, I'm laying in bed asleep alright, and my vitals are steady." And the dream state is your playground at that point - you're basically a God of your own dreamworld. If you think it would be fun to be 1000 feet tall, then you're instantly 1000 feet tall...if you think it would be fun to have laser eyes and bring down a bunch of dragons in the sky, then you have laser eyes and you're dropping dragons out of the sky...you know that you're dreaming all of it. You're probably already aware of Stephen LaBerge's books on lucid dreaming techniques; his first book Lucid Dreaming: The power of being aware and awake in your dreams changed the world of lucid dreaming forever, and offers a wealth of clever techniques for attaining this rare state of consciousness. Basically once you get into the habit of checking during your waking state to see if you're dreaming, the habit slips over to the dream state as well, and a simple test informs you whether you're awake or dreaming, and at that point if you're dreaming, you wake up in the dream and have the power of a God within it. A truly awesome experience that I wish everyone could experience at least once in their lifetime.
     
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  6. pigfarmer

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    I've found that the use of weed and/or alcohol actually inhibits my sleep cycles, doesn't enhance anything except my appetite.
     
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  7. SonicSunset

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    My Lucid dreams (if they are that) is for the past year I can realise I'm in my home town but it night and empty and fly through windows and feels like a Playstaion game but can't master proper flying and always seems to be one lone person in it and then I can just get out of the dream without now having Sleep Paralysis these days.
     
  8. Sheltie

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    I have had lucid dreaming where I am sound asleep and full immersed in a dream but I realize I'm dreaming so I become able (usually only briefly) to control what happens.

    More often I will have a lucid dream just after I go to bed or just before I wake up. With these dreams, however, I tend to be mostly awake and only partially asleep. In this state the dreams are more like a vision or a TV show than a full dream experience yet I still see interesting information. Sometimes the sleep paralysis has not fully set in at this point and I may inadvertently wake myself up when I talk back to something I see.
     
  9. The shadow

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    I was the 2nd person to comfort her after the Nightmare. the experience shook her deeply. Her sister was holding her and it was clear Kate had a deeply emotional experience. I had some nightmares before but this was no ordinary dream.
    after 19 years of marriage I come to learn that there are things I dont understand. And my wife understands them better.
    Kate's recent FB post shows how this effected her.

    I had a vivid lucid dream about alternate realities. I woke up feeling the impending tension rising with realization that no matter what happens with expressing myself and reaching for goals...the tension is better walking into it and continuing to do what I may in order to create open expression space. It is the core of my creative heart and will to thrive. I just need a lot of support staying the path.
     
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  10. Rick Hunter

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    Rikki, what sort of training have you and Kate undergone to achieve this?
     
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  11. Rikki

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    I am glad you asked!
    As noted Kate recalled her dream perfectly. for this is the 1st step.
    The first step to successful lucid dreaming is tuning in to your dreams. Keep a dream journal by your bed, and the moment you wake up, write down everything you remember from your dream. If you think faster than you write, try recording your memories as a voice memo on your phone. Recall is key. I use a dream app called Awoken you can get it from google play. This app is key to step 2.
    look for patterns or signs. Like do you dream of flying or do you see butterflies? The more aware you are of your dream signs, the quicker you’ll be able to identify when you’re in a dream state!
    3. try to interact in light REM sleep try to do minor things like look at a clock. or your hands. this will begin a true journey to lucid dreaming
    4.
    Every night as you’re falling asleep, repeat the same phrase to yourself. It should be along the lines of “I will know that I am dreaming” or something similar. Keep repeating it until you fall asleep.
    By repeating this mantra, you’re encouraging your brain to be aware when you begin dreaming, increasing your chances of having a lucid dream.
    5.if you awake early try to go back to sleep and focus on the dream try to reenter and continue it.
    Don’t be upset if you have a lot of false starts at first. In the beginning, it’s very common to have difficulty spending a long time in the dream. Many beginning lucid dreamers get so excited by the realization that they’re in a lucid dream that they inadvertently wake themselves up. Or, their mind is just getting used to the sensation that they don’t stay in it for very long.
    Just start small and work up to a full Lucid dream!
    Blessed be
    Rikki
     
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  12. Rikki

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    I own this tome and highly recommend it!
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  13. The shadow

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    from Kate's FB more musings.
    I did a purple pink look. I love being ultra feminine when I want to be.

    I also love fusion with different things that feel creative. I am currently wondering how I can balance my love for nature and the city (suggestions please).

    I also (censored by dad) in my head while making this look. I channel things.
     
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    My wife has more info on this event yesterday. From my perspective I woke up and the smell of great grandma Burrus perfume. Debbie was in a panic. Kate was all in tears over a dream. Rikki said great grandma Burrus was here last night. My whole family was in panic mode.
    I left the whole thing to Rikki to try to sort kate out while I dealt with the rest of the family.
    then I found this on Kate's FB.

    "I just woke up crying
    I was dreaming of my grandmother I had walked to her house and she was saying she needed to take a bath. I kept telling her I’d help her. She was saying she had the water off because she couldn’t afford it and was catching rain water. It was so real, I looked in her blue eyes and I felt her. I texted my teachers for help it was so real. I kept telling her all you have to do is ask grandma I’ll help. She said she needed a bath. And she was lost. She needed to go home. But she said she needed a bath first."
    This is the 2nd or 3rd lucid or vivid dream she had as of late. I need to talk to Rikki about this.
    I will oversee the kids so she can post later.
     
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  15. Rick Hunter

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    Thank you so much for posting this. I have had a few dreams in my life where I sincerely believe I encountered another plane of existence, or received a visit from people or entities there. Sometimes they were people or animals who lived here and are now deceased, other times they had never lived here at all.
     
  16. Standingstones

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    It pays to keep a dreams journal, especially right after you awake and your dreams are fresh in your mind.
     
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  17. Rick Hunter

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    Thanks, I need to start doing that.
     

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