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Offline soupfistDEV

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Lucid Dream Personal Log
« on: October 30, 2017, 10:31:42 PM »
Day 1

It all happened by accident.

The night the paper was due would be another victim of my procrastination.
Second paragraph done, the urge to rest had taken over me.
Little did I know that night, my life would never be the same.

I was unconscious by around 1:00.
Darkness, like always.

Seems like the mind wouldn't be getting a break for long though.
Awake by 3:00.

Work continued from there, words typed out each passing second.
Third paragraph done, the second urge to rest reigns supreme.

This time it was around 5:00.
I was in bed with someone, I don't know who.
Next thing I knew, I was strolling around aimlessly.
The word "dream" came into my thoughts.

Everything I saw was dark grey.
I fell back, it was like being in space.
I was awake but I was not.

Then I remembered the paper, I was back to reality.

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Re: Lucid Dream Personal Log
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2017, 10:31:07 AM »
Wow. Even though I have no idea which part was the lucid dream, I can say for a fact that you are a writer and true lucid dreamer. Those are two things I kinda envy. I subscribed to these email chains that teach you how to be both, so maybe I'll fulfill my dreams someday. Again, this was amazing, and I hope to see more of your supernaturally natural adventures in the Dreamscape soon!

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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2017, 10:59:28 AM »
The part that was the lucid dream was where everything was like dark grey and I felt like I was floating in space. I could vividly remember that I felt awake, but I knew I was sleeping. It's weird that I had used the "Wake-Back-to-Bed" method by accident and it worked. Maybe I'll try it again sometime and see if I'll get any success. If I do have any more of these dreams, I'll be sure to post here. ;D

Yeah, the way I write is usually weird. I'm taking a creative writing class at college and my writing has become a lot better than before. I hope you do end up becoming a better writer and have a lucid dream someday because they are the best.