There is a lot of potential with experimentation in Lucid Dreaming. I’m coming up with a list of ideas I’d like to add to my “to do” of LD experiments.
The main one that sticks out in my mind is experimenting with Shared Lucid Dreaming. I think that if two or more people could get into a mutual lucid experience, it would open up the floodgates of potential for even more ideas. And it just sounds flat out COOL to me.
I am interested to know what sorts of experiments you’d like to try out when the time comes.
Let me know with a comment.
Once you are to the point of being able to have an occasional lucid dream, or even several per week, it’s time to take control.
One of the most promising aspects of lucid dream is the notion of controlling the dream itself. What are some things you can do within the dream?
In order to help give you some ideas of what you can do once you learn the art of dream control, I came up with a list of a few things you may want to try out. So, here is a partial list of thing you can do (don’t do anything I wouldn’t do 😉 ): (more…)
I’ve decided that I would like open up my blog a bit to allow other Lucid Dreamers to share Lucid Dream experiences.
I’m a huge fan of Darren Rowse’s Group Writing Projects over at ProBlogger, so I’d like to do something similiar here.
The major reason I’d like to do this is that Lucid Dreaming is recognized by a surprisingly small but growing group of people. I think this could be a really interesting opportunity to help expand the awareness of Lucid Dreaming more into the mainstream.
So, without further ado, submit your entry, according to the following guidelines: